Thursday, March 15, 2007

An Airline Safety Tip I Doubt Will Get Implemented Any Time Soon

Flying from New York to Chicago on ATA this morning I overheard one twenty-something woman say to another, "Airplanes should have some kind of knockout gas on board so that if the pilot knows the plane is going to crash and everyone is going to die he can turn on the gas and put everyone peacefully to sleep."

Her companion was trying to sleep and responded with silence until the woman added, "I'm going to recommend this to some major airline." At which point her companion replied, sleepily, "You do that, honey."
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