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Oct 5th 2013 10:35AM This should not be a big deal. The sign law was in place previous to this year's "holiday signs", so must be honored. If the law needs changing, so be it, but that's the only recourse the man has. Fox news is at it again--trying to make something out of nothing!!
Aug 1st 2013 4:04PM FULL of sexism! But telling it the way it is/was required that.
Aug 1st 2013 1:16PM Not completely true. First-class people are a regular part of the mob waiting to get on and off, and are not really isolated from coach once seated. The seats are more comfortable, but that and service from a dedicated attendant hardly makes the much higher ticket cost worthwhile.
Aug 1st 2013 12:07PM What's not mentioned is that fliers in the 50s were treated like royalty from the time they got on to the end of their flight. The attendants were pretty and well-spoken women--which was part of their hiring qualifications--and almost any reasonable request during the flight was given credence. Unlike today, the planes were built to accommodate wide, comfortable seats for all classes and provide a center aisle you didn't have to squeeze your carry-on bag down while seating. There was no such thing as holding a plane at the gate because another paying passenger MAY be on the way, or the crew lying as to why the take-off time was not being met. The food was restaurant-quality and even short trips provided decent snacks, to say nothing of blankets and pillows readily available. All this ended with American's stewardess union becoming too strong--which ushered in older, ordinary-looking females and eventually (shudder)men, and then deregulation, which brought the unwashed masses on board for a cheaper ticket.
Mar 17th 2013 5:04PM Why would anyone be stupid enough to advertize that he had a gun collection? Sure you can have them, but keep it to yourself out of common sense.
Jan 8th 2013 6:39PM I'm surprised nobody mentioned the Mormons. I'm not religious or a musician, but the thought of visiting that tabernacle, and/or hearing that magnificent chorus or pipe organ really turns me on.ea
Jan 3rd 2013 10:53AM Other than smash the door casing and snoop around looking for valuables, they really didn't do much damage, did they(?) Was this worth expensive toys to guard against? I don't think so.
Dec 3rd 2012 9:23PM Wow--there sure must be a lot of "imbeciles" out there--it must be comforting to know you're not one! Would it bother you in future years to read that historians rated Pres. Obama much better than you did? I've been around since FDR and consider him at least average--with four whole years to do better. Stop being so negative--you've apparently made Fox news and Rush Limbaugh your idols, rather than consign them to the trash heap as most others have.
Nov 28th 2012 12:47PM If money was owed before the power went out pay it! When the lights went out, there is no charge untul it returns. SIMPLE!
Aug 5th 2012 12:30PM They did nothing wrong except stupidly thinking they could buy a house for $5000. Whatever the gov't squeezes out of that realtor should go toward that lost money.