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(Opposing Views)   Did Spirit Airlines decide to kick a group of people off the plane because they a.) were caught with weapons, b.) attempted a mass orgy in the bathroom or c.) spoke Russian? Hint: It's not the one subby wishes it was   (opposingviews.com) divider line 70
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2013-05-26 04:28:39 PM
I'll wait for the dashcam footage to reveal what really happened.
 
2013-05-26 04:31:24 PM
Sounds like they were just being belligerent/rude/loud...
 
2013-05-26 04:32:35 PM
B? I apologize for nothing.
 
2013-05-26 04:35:22 PM
Nyet! It cannot be true!
 
2013-05-26 04:35:35 PM
Its been my experience that being rude, smelly, loud and all around obnoxious often accompanies speaking Russian, so i approve
 
2013-05-26 04:36:11 PM
Well, for what it's worth, Russians tend to be belligerent assholes to begin with. Especially when they are drunk, which is nearly 24/7.
 
2013-05-26 04:36:12 PM
I'm just happy that the news organization reporting this is counterpoint. . . I mean opposing views.
 
2013-05-26 04:37:43 PM
The Cold War never ended for some people
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2013-05-26 04:39:05 PM
Spirit is quite literally the worst air line I've ever flown. When I flew them to Chicago the day of the really big spring snow storm, they were going to have us fly with a so-so tire until the pilot refused because he didn't want to land the thing in a blizzard on a tire they'd already announced to us was iffy. Oh, and this was after they flat out lied to us and said O'Hare sassy closed, which we all called bullshiat on because we had the FAA real time airport status page open on our phones.

They may be cheap but I'd rather take Amtrak. With all Spirit's delays it's not much slower.

/CSB
 
2013-05-26 04:41:18 PM
Is it OK to speak jive on a plane?
 
2013-05-26 04:42:30 PM
content.internetvideoarchive.com

Mitchell Gant knew they were just trying to launch the rearward missiles.
 
2013-05-26 04:43:46 PM

rynthetyn: Spirit is quite literally the worst air line I've ever flown. When I flew them to Chicago the day of the really big spring snow storm, they were going to have us fly with a so-so tire until the pilot refused because he didn't want to land the thing in a blizzard on a tire they'd already announced to us was iffy. Oh, and this was after they flat out lied to us and said O'Hare sassy closed, which we all called bullshiat on because we had the FAA real time airport status page open on our phones.

They may be cheap but I'd rather take Amtrak. With all Spirit's delays it's not much slower.

/CSB


Did you know Spirit is the only two-star rated commercial airline flying in North America? That puts them in the same company as Sudan Airways.

//CCSSBB
 
2013-05-26 04:45:16 PM
Sounds like US Air, which incidentally flies to Tel Aviv, diverting to an airport and asking that an Orthodox Jew be arrested for praying in Hebrew.

They must use the same casting couch from the 50s in airline HR offices when hiring stewardesses.
 
2013-05-26 04:47:41 PM
i.imgur.com

"Yew gotta talk American or yew can't go nowhere."
 
2013-05-26 04:47:50 PM

BitwiseShift: They must use the same casting couch from the 50s in airline HR offices when hiring stewardesses.


Apparently you still use the same terminology as they did in the 50s for flight attendants, so it fits.
 
2013-05-26 04:48:57 PM

friedo: rynthetyn: Spirit is quite literally the worst air line I've ever flown. When I flew them to Chicago the day of the really big spring snow storm, they were going to have us fly with a so-so tire until the pilot refused because he didn't want to land the thing in a blizzard on a tire they'd already announced to us was iffy. Oh, and this was after they flat out lied to us and said O'Hare sassy closed, which we all called bullshiat on because we had the FAA real time airport status page open on our phones.

They may be cheap but I'd rather take Amtrak. With all Spirit's delays it's not much slower.

/CSB

Did you know Spirit is the only two-star rated commercial airline flying in North America? That puts them in the same company as Sudan Airways.

//CCSSBB


I did not know that. I expected no frills, but I didn't expect just that level of suck. On the bright side, they're such cheapskates that they don't cancel flights unless they have to, and we were one of the only flights that actually made it into Chicago that day. Everybody else canceled early.
 
2013-05-26 04:50:38 PM

rynthetyn: Spirit is quite literally the worst air line I've ever flown. When I flew them to Chicago the day of the really big spring snow storm, they were going to have us fly with a so-so tire until the pilot refused because he didn't want to land the thing in a blizzard on a tire they'd already announced to us was iffy. Oh, and this was after they flat out lied to us and said O'Hare sassy closed, which we all called bullshiat on because we had the FAA real time airport status page open on our phones.

They may be cheap but I'd rather take Amtrak. With all Spirit's delays it's not much slower.

/CSB


Well unless you have a direct flight flying isnt that much quicker anyways between"security", layovers, and nothing ever arriving on time.
 
2013-05-26 04:51:46 PM

awalkingecho: BitwiseShift: They must use the same casting couch from the 50s in airline HR offices when hiring stewardesses.

Apparently you still use the same terminology as they did in the 50s for flight attendants, so it fits.


Peanut tossers? Air mattresses? Sky waitresses? Stewie doesn't sound so bad now.
 
2013-05-26 04:52:51 PM

Oldiron_79: and nothing ever arriving on time.


Seriously? I've never been on a flight that wasn't ahead of schedule.
 
2013-05-26 04:54:08 PM

friedo: Did you know Spirit is the only two-star rated commercial airline flying in North America? That puts them in the same company as Sudan Airways.


They're not the only one in North America. According to that site, Cubana (Cuban airline with flights to Canada and Mexico) also has a two-star rating. Which I guess sort of proves your point.
 
2013-05-26 05:01:10 PM

rynthetyn: Spirit is quite literally the worst air line I've ever flown. When I flew them to Chicago the day of the really big spring snow storm, they were going to have us fly with a so-so tire until the pilot refused because he didn't want to land the thing in a blizzard on a tire they'd already announced to us was iffy. Oh, and this was after they flat out lied to us and said O'Hare sassy closed, which we all called bullshiat on because we had the FAA real time airport status page open on our phones.

They may be cheap but I'd rather take Amtrak. With all Spirit's delays it's not much slower.

/CSB


I don't think I've ever heard a good word about Spirit, except for price of course.

/sassy closed?
 
2013-05-26 05:03:29 PM

Ivo Shandor: friedo: Did you know Spirit is the only two-star rated commercial airline flying in North America? That puts them in the same company as Sudan Airways.

They're not the only one in North America. According to that site, Cubana (Cuban airline with flights to Canada and Mexico) also has a two-star rating. Which I guess sort of proves your point.


Good call. I always kinda suspected Spirit was in the company of the dirty commies.
 
2013-05-26 05:06:40 PM
FTFA:  The group is preparing to sue the airline.

See? They're learning to speak American already.
 
2013-05-26 05:09:14 PM
St. Repetersberg
 
2013-05-26 05:12:29 PM

awalkingecho: BitwiseShift: They must use the same casting couch from the 50s in airline HR offices when hiring stewardesses.

Apparently you still use the same terminology as they did in the 50s for flight attendants, so it fits.


Most places hire flight attendants. Spirit hires stewardesses.
 
2013-05-26 05:21:20 PM

Rozinante: Peanut tossers? Air mattresses? Sky waitresses? Stewie doesn't sound so bad now.


You forgot sky hag.
 
2013-05-26 05:25:58 PM

Oldiron_79: rynthetyn: Spirit is quite literally the worst air line I've ever flown. When I flew them to Chicago the day of the really big spring snow storm, they were going to have us fly with a so-so tire until the pilot refused because he didn't want to land the thing in a blizzard on a tire they'd already announced to us was iffy. Oh, and this was after they flat out lied to us and said O'Hare sassy closed, which we all called bullshiat on because we had the FAA real time airport status page open on our phones.

They may be cheap but I'd rather take Amtrak. With all Spirit's delays it's not much slower.

/CSB

Well unless you have a direct flight flying isnt that much quicker anyways between"security", layovers, and nothing ever arriving on time.


Whereas if you book an Amtrak sleeper berth you can stretch out in comfort, your meals are covered, and you can bring all the alcohol you can drink as long as you stick to drinking in your roomette. It's not a bad way to travel.
 
2013-05-26 05:26:26 PM
Did they get charged the "pre-flight deplaning" fee?
 
2013-05-26 05:34:02 PM

Gyrfalcon: awalkingecho: BitwiseShift: They must use the same casting couch from the 50s in airline HR offices when hiring stewardesses.

Apparently you still use the same terminology as they did in the 50s for flight attendants, so it fits.

Most places hire flight attendants. Spirit hires stewardesses.


Pics or it didn't happen.
 
2013-05-26 05:34:14 PM

rynthetyn: Spirit is quite literally the worst air line I've ever flown. When I flew them to Chicago the day of the really big spring snow storm, they were going to have us fly with a so-so tire until the pilot refused because he didn't want to land the thing in a blizzard on a tire they'd already announced to us was iffy. Oh, and this was after they flat out lied to us and said O'Hare sassy closed, which we all called bullshiat on because we had the FAA real time airport status page open on our phones.

They may be cheap but I'd rather take Amtrak. With all Spirit's delays it's not much slower.

/CSB


I'd take Amtrak if it wasn't four times as expensive as airfare, twice as slow as driving yourself, and about as comfortable as spending days trapped in a no-tell-motel room with a bed with the "magic fingers" stuck on.
 
2013-05-26 05:39:39 PM
I'm surprised they were kicked off of the plane.  It's Spirit Airlines.  I just would have expected that they would have been charged a fee for speaking a second language.
 
2013-05-26 05:42:49 PM

thisiszombocom: Its been my experience that being rude, smelly, loud and all around obnoxious often accompanies speaking Russian, so i approve


Sweet Jeebus this
 
2013-05-26 05:48:56 PM

runwiz: I'm surprised they were kicked off of the plane.  It's Spirit Airlines.  I just would have expected that they would have been charged a fee for speaking a second language.


No, that would be Delta.
 
2013-05-26 05:51:28 PM

rynthetyn: Oldiron_79: rynthetyn: Spirit is quite literally the worst air line I've ever flown. When I flew them to Chicago the day of the really big spring snow storm, they were going to have us fly with a so-so tire until the pilot refused because he didn't want to land the thing in a blizzard on a tire they'd already announced to us was iffy. Oh, and this was after they flat out lied to us and said O'Hare sassy closed, which we all called bullshiat on because we had the FAA real time airport status page open on our phones.

They may be cheap but I'd rather take Amtrak. With all Spirit's delays it's not much slower.

/CSB

Well unless you have a direct flight flying isnt that much quicker anyways between"security", layovers, and nothing ever arriving on time.

Whereas if you book an Amtrak sleeper berth you can stretch out in comfort, your meals are covered, and you can bring all the alcohol you can drink as long as you stick to drinking in your roomette. It's not a bad way to travel.


Yeah well I usually drive if I gotta get somewhere, I can cover up to 2000 miles in a shot before Im so tired I gotta get a motel or something.
 
2013-05-26 05:51:51 PM

thisiszombocom: Its been my experience that being rude, smelly, loud and all around obnoxious often accompanies speaking Russian, so i approve


Oddly enough, that's the stereotype a lot of people have of Americans.
 
2013-05-26 06:09:15 PM

Satanic_Hamster: Sounds like they were just being belligerent/rude/loud...


Slavic languages always sounds like that. It's like Mandarin Chinese always sounds like people are having an argument, or Vietnamese sounds somewhat condescending.

At least to Yankee ears.

Russians and Bulgarians and such sound belligerent just because its an aspect of how their languages function. The tones and rhythms bear no correlation to the Germanic languages that English is descended from. But Yankee English speakers, like any other native speaker of a particular language, interpret the sounds and tones of an unknown language within the context of their own linguistic rhythms, and the emotional construct that those tones convey within the context of their own linguistic tradition.

Imagine the first Spanish to interact with the Chinese back in the late 1500s. They must have felt like they'd just landed on Mars. Their answer to that problem they had in the Americas was to ban the domestic languages altogether and force the natives to learn Spanish, under pain of death.

An awful lot of witchcraft prosecutions under the Spanish conquistadors were entirely based on the idea that they couldn't understand the language being spoken, and therefore it had to be some sort of sorcery. They systematically butchered millions of people for that reason alone.
 
2013-05-26 06:12:59 PM

Deathfrogg: Satanic_Hamster: Sounds like they were just being belligerent/rude/loud...

Slavic languages always sounds like that. It's like Mandarin Chinese always sounds like people are having an argument, or Vietnamese sounds somewhat condescending.

At least to Yankee ears.

Russians and Bulgarians and such sound belligerent just because its an aspect of how their languages function. The tones and rhythms bear no correlation to the Germanic languages that English is descended from. But Yankee English speakers, like any other native speaker of a particular language, interpret the sounds and tones of an unknown language within the context of their own linguistic rhythms, and the emotional construct that those tones convey within the context of their own linguistic tradition.

Imagine the first Spanish to interact with the Chinese back in the late 1500s. They must have felt like they'd just landed on Mars. Their answer to that problem they had in the Americas was to ban the domestic languages altogether and force the natives to learn Spanish, under pain of death.

An awful lot of witchcraft prosecutions under the Spanish conquistadors were entirely based on the idea that they couldn't understand the language being spoken, and therefore it had to be some sort of sorcery. They systematically butchered millions of people for that reason alone.


So Messicans are witches because they dont speak the Queen's English?
 
2013-05-26 06:24:42 PM
Subs, isn't "mass orgy" a bit redundant, subby?
 
2013-05-26 06:26:38 PM

Oldiron_79:

So Messicans are witches because they dont speak the Queen's English?


Thats pretty much the attitude in Arizona, Alabama and South Carolina. As well as a few other states. There was a woman on the news just a couple years ago who made herself fifteen minutes famous for throwing people out of her restaurant if they were speaking their native language to each other. She posted "English Only" signs all over the place. What became obvious was that she was just a nativist, racist asshole.

In other words, a perfect TeaPottier type.
 
2013-05-26 06:35:05 PM

octopied: thisiszombocom: Its been my experience that being rude, smelly, loud and all around obnoxious often accompanies speaking Russian, so i approve

Oddly enough, that's the stereotype a lot of people have of Americans.


Oh, come on now, that isn't true. We don't think they're smelly.
 
2013-05-26 06:35:51 PM

Deathfrogg: Slavic languages always sounds like that. It's like Mandarin Chinese always sounds like people are having an argument, or Vietnamese sounds somewhat condescending.

At least to Yankee ears.


That, or they were just loud belligerent tourists.
 
2013-05-26 06:41:57 PM

Satanic_Hamster: Deathfrogg: Slavic languages always sounds like that. It's like Mandarin Chinese always sounds like people are having an argument, or Vietnamese sounds somewhat condescending.

At least to Yankee ears.

That, or they were just loud belligerent tourists.


I've read about how the Hoteliers and Cruise ship workers around the world say the Germans are the worst for that sort of behavior.
 
2013-05-26 06:43:08 PM

Deathfrogg: I've read about how the Hoteliers and Cruise ship workers around the world say the Germans are the worst for that sort of behavior.


No.

The bloody Dutch.  farking swamp Germans.
 
2013-05-26 06:50:50 PM

Deathfrogg: Oldiron_79:

So Messicans are witches because they dont speak the Queen's English?

Thats pretty much the attitude in Arizona, Alabama and South Carolina. As well as a few other states. There was a woman on the news just a couple years ago who made herself fifteen minutes famous for throwing people out of her restaurant if they were speaking their native language to each other. She posted "English Only" signs all over the place. What became obvious was that she was just a nativist, racist asshole.

In other words, a perfect TeaPottier type.


Wow, do I need to offer the services of my larger scales?
 
2013-05-26 06:58:22 PM
I guess it's up to me to speak the obviousness of the truth.....They are Russian, and all Russians are communists, and Obama is a communist, and Obama threatens America, and wargarble purple monkey dishwasher.

\America, f*ck yeah!!!!
 
2013-05-26 07:12:40 PM
Spirit did them a favor.  Worst airline I've ever flown on.
 
2013-05-26 07:24:14 PM
drtfa, but Spirit is possible the worst airline in the history of airlines.
 
2013-05-26 07:24:52 PM
er, possibly.
 
2013-05-26 07:31:07 PM
Knowing Spirit, the passengers probably had to pay a pre-flight fee for speaking a language other than English.  Spirit ought to be called Gotcha Air.
 
2013-05-26 07:40:56 PM

KellyKellyKelly: Spirit did them a favor.  Worst airline I've ever flown on.


This.
 
2013-05-26 07:57:19 PM
I'll see your "Spirit sucks man" and raise you an Aeroflot.
 
2013-05-26 08:14:09 PM
Let's see my choice is:

(A) Listen to someone else's inane conversation in a language I can understand
(B) Listen to someone else's inane conversation in a language I cannot understand

I'm going with (B) - I can still converse with another passenger (with my damn inside voice), read, listen to music, etc.  (A) just pisses me off.

/yes I have asked adult airline/train passengers to please use their indoor voices
//the reactions are predictable - typically including rather inspiring speeches about the freedoms won by the purchase of a ticket
///when I ask children to use their indoor voices, they are typically polite about it
 
2013-05-26 08:31:38 PM

Oldiron_79: Deathfrogg: Oldiron_79:

So Messicans are witches because they dont speak the Queen's English?

Thats pretty much the attitude in Arizona, Alabama and South Carolina. As well as a few other states. There was a woman on the news just a couple years ago who made herself fifteen minutes famous for throwing people out of her restaurant if they were speaking their native language to each other. She posted "English Only" signs all over the place. What became obvious was that she was just a nativist, racist asshole.

In other words, a perfect TeaPottier type.

Wow, do I need to offer the services of my larger scales?


I'll bring the ducks.
 
2013-05-26 09:05:48 PM
My girlfriend is currently in Florida training to be a  flight attendant with Spirit. She used to be a special education teacher with Chicago Public Schools (CPS) but given how the Rahm is tearing apart the district she felt that Spirit would provide her with a better work environment. Thing is... I'm afraid she's right.
 
2013-05-26 09:09:41 PM
Well, I guess we know they'll never make it flying international routes
 
2013-05-26 10:50:55 PM

Rozinante: awalkingecho: BitwiseShift: They must use the same casting couch from the 50s in airline HR offices when hiring stewardesses.

Apparently you still use the same terminology as they did in the 50s for flight attendants, so it fits.

Peanut tossers? Air mattresses? Sky waitresses? Stewie doesn't sound so bad now.


The preferred nomenclature is "stewpersons."
 
2013-05-26 10:53:56 PM
As someone about to fly Spirit for the first time in the coming days, I'm really getting a kick out of these replies!

/i bought first and read reviews later
//Is making damn sure his carry on is under the chargable size.
 
2013-05-26 10:54:17 PM

Bonobo62: Rozinante: awalkingecho: BitwiseShift: They must use the same casting couch from the 50s in airline HR offices when hiring stewardesses.

Apparently you still use the same terminology as they did in the 50s for flight attendants, so it fits.

Peanut tossers? Air mattresses? Sky waitresses? Stewie doesn't sound so bad now.

The preferred nomenclature is "stewpersons."


Flightslut
 
2013-05-26 10:55:57 PM

Arthur Jumbles: My girlfriend is currently in Florida training to be a  flight attendant with Spirit. She used to be a special education teacher with Chicago Public Schools (CPS) but given how the Rahm is tearing apart the district she felt that Spirit would provide her with a better work environment. Thing is... I'm afraid she's right.


Awesome. Ask her to wear the uniform during sexy time.

I mean, WONT ANYONE PLEASE THINK OF THE CHILDREN
 
2013-05-26 11:02:07 PM
i3.ytimg.com


Just the usual RAVs?
 
2013-05-26 11:47:04 PM

Rozinante: awalkingecho: BitwiseShift: They must use the same casting couch from the 50s in airline HR offices when hiring stewardesses.

Apparently you still use the same terminology as they did in the 50s for flight attendants, so it fits.

Peanut tossers? Air mattresses? Sky waitresses? Stewie doesn't sound so bad now.


Trolley dollies.
 
2013-05-27 03:12:25 AM
Makarov: Remember- no Russian.
 
2013-05-27 03:14:44 AM

Bonobo62: Rozinante: awalkingecho: BitwiseShift: They must use the same casting couch from the 50s in airline HR offices when hiring stewardesses.

Apparently you still use the same terminology as they did in the 50s for flight attendants, so it fits.

Peanut tossers? Air mattresses? Sky waitresses? Stewie doesn't sound so bad now.

The preferred nomenclature is "stewpersons."


Sounds like the meat counter in cannibal country.
 
2013-05-27 05:46:28 AM

Gyrfalcon: Oldiron_79: Deathfrogg: Oldiron_79:

So Messicans are witches because they dont speak the Queen's English?

Thats pretty much the attitude in Arizona, Alabama and South Carolina. As well as a few other states. There was a woman on the news just a couple years ago who made herself fifteen minutes famous for throwing people out of her restaurant if they were speaking their native language to each other. She posted "English Only" signs all over the place. What became obvious was that she was just a nativist, racist asshole.

In other words, a perfect TeaPottier type.

Wow, do I need to offer the services of my larger scales?

I'll bring the ducks.


SCIENCE
 
2013-05-27 07:45:26 AM
This is Spirit Airlines we're talking about, these people were better off being left back at the terminal.
 
2013-05-27 10:03:58 AM

Radak: Rozinante: Peanut tossers? Air mattresses? Sky waitresses? Stewie doesn't sound so bad now.

You forgot sky hag.


Hostitute. Learned that one from the daughter of a long-time Delta pilot.
 
2013-05-27 10:07:33 AM

Deathfrogg: Satanic_Hamster: Sounds like they were just being belligerent/rude/loud...

Slavic languages always sounds like that. It's like Mandarin Chinese always sounds like people are having an argument, or Vietnamese sounds somewhat condescending.

At least to Yankee ears.

Russians and Bulgarians and such sound belligerent just because its an aspect of how their languages function. The tones and rhythms bear no correlation to the Germanic languages that English is descended from. But Yankee English speakers, like any other native speaker of a particular language, interpret the sounds and tones of an unknown language within the context of their own linguistic rhythms, and the emotional construct that those tones convey within the context of their own linguistic tradition.

Imagine the first Spanish to interact with the Chinese back in the late 1500s. They must have felt like they'd just landed on Mars. Their answer to that problem they had in the Americas was to ban the domestic languages altogether and force the natives to learn Spanish, under pain of death.

An awful lot of witchcraft prosecutions under the Spanish conquistadors were entirely based on the idea that they couldn't understand the language being spoken, and therefore it had to be some sort of sorcery. They systematically butchered millions of people for that reason alone.


Yeah, except a lot of Russians/Ukrainians sound rude and belligerent when they speak English, too. Because they're rude and belligerent. I spent a couple weeks once working daily with Russian-speakers in Ukraine, and it never sounded rude to me. Just a lot of szhuzhing sounds.
 
2013-05-27 10:14:30 AM
The airline worker went on to say the group had been talking too loudly and ignored requests for them to lower their voices. The Russians, however, say they never heard heed any warnings.

That looks better.
 
2013-05-27 11:04:56 AM
this is amerika! sit down! shut up! hope the plane don't fall out of the sky, where you think u at??!? russia??!!??
 
2013-05-27 11:55:52 AM

Betep: I'll see your "Spirit sucks man" and raise you an Aeroflot.


That may have been true up to the 80s and early 90s.

But, ff you didn't mind hanging out in a bar for several hours then Aeroflot was for you. The exact moment that any Aeroflot plane got to cruising altitude, at least a hundred cigarettes were simultaneously light and fifty bottles of alcohol were opened.  Of course, it sucked bigtime if you were a nonsmoker.  Many quaint things about Russian air travel are now changing.  Russians used to always applaud when the airplane landed safely.  Now you hardly ever hear it.

You do still get a basic meal flying Russian domestic airlines.  free meal service  is long gone here in the USA.  I fly at least a handful of different countries' domestic airlines every year in my business.  Since the countries I visit changes from year to year it's easier for me to witness first-hand how things are changing.  It's sad to see USA domestic airlines become more like Aeroflot of the late 70s -- rude and mean except without the trade-off features of smoking and binge drinking.

This is the airline I fly when I'm traveling in Russia.

www.ljplus.ru

NOT to be confused with...


behance.vo.llnwd.net

/inside joke
 
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