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February 22, 2007

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girl_sedated

I fly an insane amount for my job and I can only say YOU ARE ABSOLUTELY RIGHT! I espeically like your drinking game and medication instructions.

wkmaier

OUTSTANDING!

Old Guy

I know they have two airports in Chicago but I didn't know they actually fly planes out of them.

Gary

JetBlue has just changed its name to JetBlew. If you have sex in a JetBlue lavoratory, you join the "Tarmac Club."

The Curmudgeon

Mr. Levine wrote, "Never fly to, from, or around Chicago."Speaking as a Chicagoan, I suggest that this statement is a tad harsh.Also speaking as a Chicago taxpayer, please come to Chicago -- and bring money.

Tom Quigley

When it comes to air travel, Chicago seems to be the weather capital of the world... Last time I flew into O'Hare and we encountered some turbulence, a rabbi two rows in front of me started singing the Prayer for the Dead... As for Jet Blue, one business associate I know refuses to fly anything else... His wife won't let him have cable at home, so airline flights are the only time he can indulge his two favorite passions by watching the Golf and Cooking channels... A 10-hour holdover on the tarmac would have him in ecstasy...

Michael Zand

The bastards cite security reasons for not allowing you to use the bathrooms in first when you're in coach. You defy them and you'll be taking your next dump in a crowded room of dangerous men on a toilet with no seat.

Herb Popsfarter

Just last Tuesday I flew American into D/FW, and the pilot gets on the intercom and says, "Well folks, because of a good tail-wind, we've arrived in Dallas 25 minutes early." I was about to start cheering and doing an interpretive dance when the plane suddenly stopped on the tarmac. Pilot: "Because we arrived early, our gate is occupied by another flight - but they should be pulling out in approximately 5 minutes, so sit tight." (Apparently they were using the "rhythm method")FFWD: We ended up pulling into the gate 40 minutes late. During that time I sat bathing in an entirely different type of "tail-wind"And it's nice to know some of the planes are now equipped with airbags. One served me a diet coke just before we landed.

Cap'n Bob Napier

I'm old enough to remember the days when the stews were all young and attractive. Now they need those oxygen masks to fall from the ceiling every time they push the drink cart up the aisle. Flying used to be fun. Now it sucks.

Dwacon

I used to be 100% traveler but after 9/11 cut it down considerably... only taking fun trips to burn off my quarter-million frequent flyer miles...

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    Ken Levine is an Emmy winning writer/director/producer/major league baseball announcer. In a career that has spanned over 30 years Ken has worked on MASH, CHEERS, FRASIER, THE SIMPSONS, WINGS, EVERYBODY LOVES RAYMOND, BECKER, DHARMA & GREG, and has co-created his own series including ALMOST PERFECT starring Nancy Travis. He and his partner wrote the feature VOLUNTEERS. Ken has also been the radio/TV play-by-play voice of the Baltimore Orioles, Seattle Mariners, San Diego Padres.
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