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2013-06-04 01:57:17 PM
22 votes:
"Why is this flight different from all other flights?"
2013-06-04 01:56:12 PM
21 votes:
Air Israel, Please clear the runway!

gndn.files.wordpress.com
2013-06-04 03:14:09 PM
16 votes:
Kicking them off the plane was a solution, but I'm not sure it should have been the final solution.
2013-06-04 03:11:55 PM
14 votes:

what_now: I was in the airport recently for an overnight flight, and I saw a group of cheerleaders and their moms walk into the gate area. That was an incredibly terrifying few minutes, but they were headed for a different plane.


Dear Penthouse;
2013-06-04 02:31:30 PM
11 votes:

ItHurtsWhenIDoThis: FTA: Another student in the group, Michael Mamiye, said he was one of the first to be kicked off the plane. He said a flight attendant did not give him a chance to turn off his cell phone before asking him to "get off the plane."

It's not the attendants job to threaten you. I'm thinking maybe the first 8 times they asked you to turn it off, and when the captain came back and asked you all, was enough.


You see the stewardess and captain asked the group to turn off their cell phones. However no one asked Michael specifically to shut his off. How was Michael to know that the rules applied to him if he wasn't told?!!?
2013-06-04 01:56:46 PM
10 votes:
One hundred one students

Picture of the stewardess:

jlcauvin.com
2013-06-04 03:13:37 PM
9 votes:

PunGent: Shrieking tubes of misery would be a great band name.


It's called Nickelback.
2013-06-04 02:10:50 PM
9 votes:
That flight attendant did those people the biggest favor of their lives.  All 108 of them.

drbristol.files.wordpress.com
technabob.com
2013-06-04 03:07:08 PM
8 votes:
I doubt if they will sue, it's not like 109 Jewish people are related to any lawyers or anything.
2013-06-04 02:52:47 PM
8 votes:
That's a lot of kosher meals.
2013-06-04 03:24:48 PM
7 votes:

Tom_Slick: BunkoSquad: "Next year at Six Flags!"

I am trying to figure out why the hell a group from an overpriced NY private school planned a senior trip to Atlanta.  I mean Six Flags is OK but for the passed few years they seem to be on the deferred maintenance plan, the aquarium nice but not of interest to most people above the age of 12, white water rafting on the same river where they filmed Deliverance, a little weird considering there are much better rafting opportunities in the Northeast. Atlanta is an airport you pass through going to somewhere good.


They got a deal.
2013-06-04 04:43:45 PM
6 votes:

Man On Pink Corner: That's what kills me about this whole "Turn off your cell phones" BS. So, my cell phone can apparently crash your plane... and this is somehow *my* fault? Maybe the airplane companies should hire some engineers from Apple.


Apple certainly knows how to make sure a device cannot receive a cellular signal.
2013-06-04 03:05:59 PM
6 votes:
I was in the airport recently for an overnight flight, and I saw a group of cheerleaders and their moms walk into the gate area. That was an incredibly terrifying few minutes, but they were headed for a different plane.
2013-06-04 04:02:04 PM
5 votes:

Truther: No Tatsuma????


He's on a plane to Atlanta.
2013-06-04 03:24:19 PM
5 votes:

tripleseven: On a flight recently, I saw the stewardess tell a kid three farking times to shut off his hone for landing.  Each time, he nodded, then continued to ignore her.

Really, it's not hard to be without your phone for 20 minutes.

Oh, yeah, and before the internet electrical engineer brigade gets on here to tell me that "it's no big deal"  well, I suppose, but lets just say something did happen, would you want to be the assfark who just killed 100 people cause you didn't want to listen?


facepalm.naurunappula.com
2013-06-04 03:58:16 PM
4 votes:
"A SECOND LAWSUIT HAS JUST HIT THE SOUTHWEST AIRLINES!"
2013-06-04 03:17:17 PM
4 votes:

Mr. Coffee Nerves: the shrieking tube of misery


Hey! That's what my wife calls my penis.

Wait .. that's not a good thing..
2013-06-04 03:07:37 PM
4 votes:
Stewardess: `THAT'S IT! We're flying this plane to Winnipeg!'

Boys & Goils: `AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHH!!!'
2013-06-04 03:07:15 PM
4 votes:

TrollingForColumbine: That's a lot of kosher meals.


Want to know how it's obvious you don't fly often?
2013-06-04 02:51:01 PM
4 votes:
Only once in all my flights have I ever seen the pilot leave the cockpit to tell an asspipe "turn the phone off or you're gone" so I can only imagine the shrieking tube of misery this plane must have been to inspire such a forced exodus.
2013-06-04 02:19:35 PM
4 votes:
With that many kids, it should be referred to as shoveling snow.
2013-06-04 01:57:52 PM
4 votes:
Student Jonathan Zehavi said he felt they were targeted because they are an identifiably Jewish group.

According to Wielgus, some students may have had to be told twice to sit down or turn off their phones, but everyone listened.

"We were more behaved than kids should be," he said.


i119.photobucket.com
2013-06-04 01:50:13 PM
4 votes:
I think this is the sequel to that movie.

"Jews on a Plane"
2013-06-04 08:03:05 PM
3 votes:
lol all the kids were grounded.
2013-06-04 04:14:17 PM
3 votes:
I heard they only kicked off 107 of the kids because one of the girls hid and they couldn't find her.
2013-06-04 03:57:19 PM
3 votes:
img.pandawhale.com
2013-06-04 03:26:33 PM
3 votes:

Tom_Slick: BunkoSquad: "Next year at Six Flags!"

I am trying to figure out why the hell a group from an overpriced NY private school planned a senior trip to Atlanta.  I mean Six Flags is OK but for the passed few years they seem to be on the deferred maintenance plan, the aquarium nice but not of interest to most people above the age of 12, white water rafting on the same river where they filmed Deliverance, a little weird considering there are much better rafting opportunities in the Northeast. Atlanta is an airport you pass through going to somewhere good.


It's really too bad.  I wonder how many of them would have been stabbed at Six Flags Over Georgia.
2013-06-04 03:17:06 PM
3 votes:

Mr. Coffee Nerves: so I can only imagine the shrieking tube of misery this plane must have been to inspire such a forced exodus.


You shouda seen the last exodus.

Possible reenactment.
s3.amazonaws.com
2013-06-04 03:14:06 PM
3 votes:

PunGent: Mr. Coffee Nerves: Only once in all my flights have I ever seen the pilot leave the cockpit to tell an asspipe "turn the phone off or you're gone" so I can only imagine the shrieking tube of misery this plane must have been to inspire such a forced exodus.

Shrieking tubes of misery would be a great band name.


Or a feminine product...
2013-06-04 03:11:10 PM
3 votes:

Pray 4 Mojo: I think this is the sequel to that movie.

"Jews on a Plane"


I preferred "Sheikhs on a Plane," though Hollywood panned it and idk why.
2013-06-04 03:05:59 PM
3 votes:
Here's a picture of the pilot
s3.amazonaws.com
2013-06-04 03:02:38 PM
3 votes:
Really, CNN?

img600.imageshack.us
2013-06-04 02:57:13 PM
3 votes:
They were just upset about having seats in the rear of plane, that's just not kosher
2013-06-04 02:56:54 PM
3 votes:

Confabulat: rumpelstiltskin: "We were more behaved than kids should be," he said.

The experiment has failed.
We must bring corporal punishment back to schools.

No kidding. Here's a kid explaining away bad behavior because they are kids. If you're mature enough to rationalize your actions this way, you're mature enough to know what's expected of you in society.

I think all these children need a serious beating. Getting kicked off a plane should be the best thing that happens to them this week.


But these are special kids from a special school. Their family, school, and community with back them no matter how bad their behavior. Privileged perpetual victims beget Privileged perpetual victims.
2013-06-04 02:16:27 PM
3 votes:

gimmegimme: That flight attendant did those people the biggest favor of their lives.  All 108 of them.

[drbristol.files.wordpress.com image 350x176]
[technabob.com image 600x344]


Beat me to it.  There should never be 108 of ANYTHING on a plane.
2013-06-04 08:21:29 PM
2 votes:

rat_creature: umad: rat_creature: OHDUDENESS: what_now: I was in the airport recently for an overnight flight, and I saw a group of cheerleaders and their moms walk into the gate area. That was an incredibly terrifying few minutes, but they were headed for a different plane.

[pic of two blokes playing vidya games]

Possible threadjack, but I'm curious 'cause it shows up in threads from time to time: what the blink is this pic supposed to indicate?

Know how I know you're gay?

...okay, that has got to be the most out-of-left-field accusation of being gay I've ever heard. Does not knowing about an image make someone gay now?


lol. I was really hoping this would happen.

/do a GIS of my previous post
2013-06-04 03:57:55 PM
2 votes:

Kome: I'm very glad the author said "one hundred one" instead of "one hundred and one" as the former is correct when indicating 101 of something, whereas the latter means 100.1 of something.


1/10. Too subtle. This is a thread where people think a cell phone will bring down a plane or blow up a gas station.
2013-06-04 03:57:36 PM
2 votes:

Snarfangel: mrmyxolodian: Kicking them off the plane was a solution, but I'm not sure it should have been the final solution.

108 Jews crammed into public transportation, headed for an uncertain destination...

CONNECT THE DOTS, SHEEPLE!


Atlanta macht frei

/imsry
2013-06-04 03:49:04 PM
2 votes:
Either:

- An entire airline crew engaged in mass discrimination knowing 100+ teenagers with video capable cell phones were their target and felt their disgust and vicious glee would be overlooked by other passengers

or

- 100+ entitled students armed with video capable cell phones behaved like a bunch of rowdy farkheads, got kicked off the plane and withheld their video footage until they can edit it

I dunno, that's a stumper.
2013-06-04 03:47:18 PM
2 votes:
"I think if it was a group of non-religious kids, the air stewardess wouldn't have dared to kick them off."

Congratulations Christians, you're not the only religion who can pretend to be victims.
gja [TotalFark]
2013-06-04 03:46:26 PM
2 votes:

Pray 4 Mojo: I think this is the sequel to that movie.

"Jews on a Plane"


"I am sick and tired of all these muthfarkin students on this muthfarkin plane"
t0.gstatic.com
2013-06-04 03:42:17 PM
2 votes:
Maybe they should have taken the train.
2013-06-04 03:36:58 PM
2 votes:

insano: Then the kids learned a valuable lesson: even if you think rules and laws are silly, you still need to follow them or there are consequences.


media.fakeposters.com
/hot like an attack chopper.
2013-06-04 03:35:26 PM
2 votes:

deadspace: i actually posted on CNN's forum and it seems they deleted it.  All i said was the following:

I would like to know if any of the passengers who remained on the plane has made any kind of a statement yet?  I'd really like to hear what the other passengers on the plane felt about the incident.  I have a feeling the airline was not in the wrong.

i really wonder why they deleted my comment...


You....ASKED A QUESTION!!!
2013-06-04 03:30:26 PM
2 votes:

what_now: I was in the airport recently for an overnight flight, and I saw a group of cheerleaders and their moms walk into the gate area. That was an incredibly terrifying few minutes, but they were headed for a different plane.


3.bp.blogspot.com
2013-06-04 03:29:48 PM
2 votes:

deadspace: i actually posted on CNN's forum and it seems they deleted it.  All i said was the following:

I would like to know if any of the passengers who remained on the plane has made any kind of a statement yet?  I'd really like to hear what the other passengers on the plane felt about the incident.  I have a feeling the airline was not in the wrong.

i really wonder why they deleted my comment...


encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com
2013-06-04 03:20:51 PM
2 votes:

BunkoSquad: "Next year at Six Flags!"


I am trying to figure out why the hell a group from an overpriced NY private school planned a senior trip to Atlanta.  I mean Six Flags is OK but for the passed few years they seem to be on the deferred maintenance plan, the aquarium nice but not of interest to most people above the age of 12, white water rafting on the same river where they filmed Deliverance, a little weird considering there are much better rafting opportunities in the Northeast. Atlanta is an airport you pass through going to somewhere good.
2013-06-04 03:19:53 PM
2 votes:
"We take this matter seriously and have started our own investigation,"


Ooooh.
Double secret probation.
I'm so scared.
2013-06-04 03:18:41 PM
2 votes:
If I was the pilot and the kids were not listening to the crew to take their seats and buckle up:  www.popularmechanics.com
2013-06-04 03:16:58 PM
2 votes:

PunGent: what_now: I was in the airport recently for an overnight flight, and I saw a group of cheerleaders and their moms walk into the gate area. That was an incredibly terrifying few minutes, but they were headed for a different plane.

Dear Penthouse;


I remember being in an airport that a group of cheerleaders was flying through.

It was glorious.  Mostly because my eyes were open and my iPod was blasting, so I didn't have to listen to them talk.
2013-06-04 03:12:21 PM
2 votes:

rumpelstiltskin: "We were more behaved than kids should be," he said.

The experiment has failed.
We must bring corporal punishment back to schools.


I'm sorry, Corporal Punishment is busy -- we're going to have to bring in

www.noisetosignal.org
2013-06-04 03:10:33 PM
2 votes:
"Next year at Six Flags!"
2013-06-04 03:10:18 PM
2 votes:
On the way back from Hawaii a couple weeks ago, we ran into a senior class trip going to London.  They were all normal white folk, though, so they were alllowed to be as noisy and obnoxious as they wanted to,.
2013-06-04 03:08:32 PM
2 votes:
encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com
2013-06-04 03:07:41 PM
2 votes:
Students and chaperones from the Brooklyn-based school said the flight crew overreacted to the teenagers who were looking forward to visiting Six Flags and rafting, among other activities.

THEN THEY SHOULD HAVE SAT THE fark DOWN AND SHUTTED THE fark UP
2013-06-04 02:22:42 PM
2 votes:

AdolfOliverPanties: gimmegimme: That flight attendant did those people the biggest favor of their lives.  All 108 of them.

[drbristol.files.wordpress.com image 350x176]
[technabob.com image 600x344]

Beat me to it.  There should never be 108 of ANYTHING on a plane.


I think that's their new slogan.

th04.deviantart.net
108-free since 2004.
2013-06-04 02:21:22 PM
2 votes:
Ha ha!  You just learned the real world doesn't think you are a precious snowflake.
2013-06-05 03:54:10 PM
1 votes:

Surool: Now come over and get your gold star you big palooka!


Watching you lose your shiat is the only reward I need.
2013-06-05 10:55:22 AM
1 votes:
"It blew out of proportion. It was a mountain out of a mohel," said teacher Marian Wielgus, one of the chaperones.

FTFY
2013-06-05 01:19:09 AM
1 votes:

TheVeryDeadIanMartin: I once sat next to a woman who was escorted off the plane by the police because she had refused to show her boarding card again when she entered the plane. For some reason she decided to take a very vocal stand on this non-issue. The rest of us applauded when she was gone.


i hope someone has the picture...  "no ticket!"
2013-06-05 12:23:06 AM
1 votes:

spidermilk: killershark: ggecko: So you are telling me there were 101 kids on this plane, most using their cell phones or ipad's, and not one video??

They were supposed to be turned off at that point. A student posting that would just incriminate themselves. So I guess we'll see it in a few days on Facebook maybe?

Yea I think if the flight crew actually did something wrong, the kids would have video of it.

I fly SW all the time and I have never heard a SW/Airtran crew even say more than 'oh, you'll have to turn that off now' (even as the third warning). I decided these kids and their chaperones were idiots when I heard they were going to ATLANTA for their senior trip.

I get it, you're from New York so you have been to the northeast... but why not Florida, California, a national park, etc. Nobody goes to Atlanta just to go to Six Flags and "white water rafting" (there is not white water rafting in Georgia. wtf.).


Bet you anything they called up every airline in the New York area and asked what was the cheapest price they could give them for 100 kids. Where that flight went was the second question.
GBB
2013-06-04 09:05:51 PM
1 votes:
cdn.acidcow.com
GTFO the plane, dirtbags!!
2013-06-04 06:16:00 PM
1 votes:
Marine1: ...the FAA has cleared iPads to replace flight log books in the cockpit, so... why do the cell phones need to be off, again?

Because most people know wifi and cellular signals aren't the same thing? Just asking questions...
2013-06-04 06:07:40 PM
1 votes:

ceebeecates4: doglover: TNel: Sorry you should have told your students to stop messing around and sit and listen.

Used to be 7 teachers could control 100 students in public because if and when you acted up they had authority to punish you. Hell, Victorian teachers had more leeway than military interrogations do now.

Now, it's freakin' impossible. Not only do teachers not have the legal and social authority to punish kids, the kids know it.

I think you have it backwards.  8 chaperones can't begin to properly control 100 kids.  Maybe my class was terrible, but I remember having 5-6 chaperones for just 20 kids.  That being said, I went to a high school that could still motivate with its punishments.  (CSB: 5-day Sun-Fri boarding school making you stay the weekend was always a nasty punishment.)


The summer after 8th grade, I went on a one-week trip to the East Coast that was run by the school.  Only kids who were invited got to go, so the worst troublemakers were already excluded.  Two dozen 14-year-olds and three adult chaperones.  Now, clearly my memory of things will be biased, but I don't think we were much trouble.  The flight attendants never had to ask us to sit down and shut up; we stayed in our seats the entire flight and, while we certainly chatted excitedly with each other, there were never any complaints made to the flight crew or our chaperones about us being too noisy.  It was a red-eye flight, too, so I'm pretty sure if we'd been too loud  someone who needed sleep would have biatched.

Of course, before we left, all the students were told in no uncertain terms that if they created trouble on the trip, they would be shipped home on the first available flight and their parents billed for the airfare, on top of what they'd already paid for the trip.  None of us wanted to have to call our parents from the other side of the country and say "Hey mom and dad, I've been such a little brat that they aren't willing to put up with me anymore and they're sending me home.  You'll need to be at the airport at ass-thirty tomorrow morning to pick me up.  Oh, and expect a bill for a couple hundred dollars in the next week or so.  That's also because of me."
2013-06-04 05:53:22 PM
1 votes:

Great Porn Dragon: Dear Staff of Joel Braverman High School at Yeshiva of Flatbush:

Airtran did not remove your schoolchildren and their chaperones from the plane for Flying Whilst Orthodox; they were removed because a) the kids were being insufferable shiats who apparently are too damned derpy and distracted to be able to read the in-flight safety brochures and listen to the pre-flight safety instruction that pretty explicitly says "no phones in flight, and no electronic devices until the captain gives the OK and even then the iDevices need to be in airplane mode" and b) your chaperones were doing an utterly piss-poor job at chaperoning and making sure the insufferable shiats mentioned in a) actually followed the instructions of the stewardess.

Perhaps if your chaperones did their job (making sure the kids turned off the electronic devices and pay attention to the safety instructions so they can know what to do in case something goes Very Wrong during flight) and the kids followed the instructions (which are not just a thing that the flight attendant makes up to be an Evil Nazi Meanie but are part of FAA instructions and thus are federal laws), we'd not have to worry about this.

(And just in case you wonder why the attendant gets extra persnickety on this on takeoff and landing--"flight" is basically the art of falling without hitting the ground.  Takeoff and landing are the most dangerous times in flight because you're trying to throw the airplane up in the air in such a way that it will fall without hitting, and then gently having it fall instead of smacking very hard and very fast into the ground.  This also happens to be the times that the pilots REALLY tend to rely on THEIR electronic doodads.)

Shalom,
-GPD


Associate Principal Bacon frowns at your shenanigans.
2013-06-04 05:38:50 PM
1 votes:

fluffy2097: BrainyBear: I'm sorry, Corporal Punishment is busy -- we're going to have to bring in


"How old are these kids!? Damnit Venture! I've got a court order!"


"What, did Henry Darger write this?"

/love that show
//so glad it's back
2013-06-04 05:09:10 PM
1 votes:
Being on a plane with 101 teenagers is a close to the definition of a living hell as you can get.

I was on a plane with like 10-15 and it was insane.  Constantly being told to not do this or that by the crew and other passengers, yelling , laughing, singing, whistling, tapping on things.  It was basically every single violation of plane (or just plain societal) etiquette:   FOR 12 HOURS.
2013-06-04 05:07:45 PM
1 votes:
Dear Staff of Joel Braverman High School at Yeshiva of Flatbush:

Airtran did not remove your schoolchildren and their chaperones from the plane for Flying Whilst Orthodox; they were removed because a) the kids were being insufferable shiats who apparently are too damned derpy and distracted to be able to read the in-flight safety brochures and listen to the pre-flight safety instruction that pretty explicitly says "no phones in flight, and no electronic devices until the captain gives the OK and even then the iDevices need to be in airplane mode" and b) your chaperones were doing an utterly piss-poor job at chaperoning and making sure the insufferable shiats mentioned in a) actually followed the instructions of the stewardess.

Perhaps if your chaperones did their job (making sure the kids turned off the electronic devices and pay attention to the safety instructions so they can know what to do in case something goes Very Wrong during flight) and the kids followed the instructions (which are not just a thing that the flight attendant makes up to be an Evil Nazi Meanie but are part of FAA instructions and thus are federal laws), we'd not have to worry about this.

(And just in case you wonder why the attendant gets extra persnickety on this on takeoff and landing--"flight" is basically the art of falling without hitting the ground.  Takeoff and landing are the most dangerous times in flight because you're trying to throw the airplane up in the air in such a way that it will fall without hitting, and then gently having it fall instead of smacking very hard and very fast into the ground.  This also happens to be the times that the pilots REALLY tend to rely on THEIR electronic doodads.)

Shalom,
-GPD
2013-06-04 04:40:35 PM
1 votes:

balki1867: balki1867: Unless there's some really other facts behind this, I'm with the airline here.

Unless there's some really COMPELLING other facts behind this, I'm with the airline here.


What goes around, comes around.  10 years from now - may any of them who fail to learn from this check into in a hotel on a personal or business trip, near any major metro airport.  On the same floor as every graduating senior from Burnt Corn (Iowa) High School.  Where they can neither jump out of a window themselves, nor toss them all through one.

*smirk*
2013-06-04 04:34:19 PM
1 votes:

RevMark: Here's a test... remove all the names from the article, including the school and airline and the fact that they were Jewish, then have someone read it. Dollars to doughnuts whomever read it would get to the end of the article and say, "they're Jewish, aren't they?"


I would have said black.
2013-06-04 04:33:53 PM
1 votes:
Perhaps the best punishment would have been rebooking them on Spirit via Fort Lauderdale.

I shudder to think what would have happened had this been El Al.

...or if this was the FA:

encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com
2013-06-04 04:33:48 PM
1 votes:
I would bet good money this was said at some point:

"What are they going to do? Throw us all off?"
2013-06-04 04:30:11 PM
1 votes:

Gunny Highway: StaleCoffee: Either:

- An entire airline crew engaged in mass discrimination knowing 100+ teenagers with video capable cell phones were their target and felt their disgust and vicious glee would be overlooked by other passengers

or

- 100+ entitled students armed with video capable cell phones behaved like a bunch of rowdy farkheads, got kicked off the plane and withheld their video footage until they can edit it

I dunno, that's a stumper.

Nothing in between?


I liked the extremes presented in the story. If we can get Tim Curry to play the role of the pilot we have ourselves a summer blockbuster.
2013-06-04 04:28:51 PM
1 votes:

Persnickety: StaleCoffee: Either:

- An entire airline crew engaged in mass discrimination knowing 100+ teenagers with video capable cell phones were their target and felt their disgust and vicious glee would be overlooked by other passengers

or

- 100+ entitled students armed with video capable cell phones behaved like a bunch of rowdy farkheads, got kicked off the plane and withheld their video footage until they can edit it

I dunno, that's a stumper.


Try this one on.  Either:

- One or two of the flight crew were having a bad day and overreacted.

or

- 100+ students with chaperones from the Jewish school were all being uncontrollable hellions.

Still stumped?


So because they're from a Jewish school, they're different from other teenagers? Okay.
2013-06-04 04:04:50 PM
1 votes:

umad: I have news for you. If everyone you meet is an asshole, that should tell you that you are the asshole.


As an asshole, I'd like to state that even most of the people I meet are pretty nice despite me being an asshole.

It takes a special kind of asshole for everyone you meet to be an asshole.
2013-06-04 04:01:33 PM
1 votes:
Here's a test... remove all the names from the article, including the school and airline and the fact that they were Jewish, then have someone read it. Dollars to doughnuts whomever read it would get to the end of the article and say, "they're Jewish, aren't they?"
2013-06-04 04:01:19 PM
1 votes:

Snarfangel: 108 Jews crammed into public transportation, headed for an uncertain destination...

CONNECT THE DOTS, SHEEPLE!


Dude... Not cool...

We Jew only get nervous around trains.
2013-06-04 03:59:03 PM
1 votes:
if they had bee acting civilized there would be video proof. the fact that no one posted a video shows that they don't want to show what was really going on and that the flight crew was in the right about things.
2013-06-04 03:56:57 PM
1 votes:

skullkrusher: deadspace: skullkrusher: deadspace: skullkrusher: deadspace: i actually posted on CNN's forum and it seems they deleted it.  All i said was the following:

I would like to know if any of the passengers who remained on the plane has made any kind of a statement yet?  I'd really like to hear what the other passengers on the plane felt about the incident.  I have a feeling the airline was not in the wrong.

i really wonder why they deleted my comment...

[encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com image 183x275]

Hm... if you think so...

No, I don't. Seemed to be the direction you were heading, however.

again, if you think so.   All i did was pose the question - sounds like you jump to the same conclusions as the would-be passengers do.

ok Glenn


images4.wikia.nocookie.net

Thanks!  how'd you know?

but seriously, to imply that asking a question benignly written, looking for no more than an objective view into the incident is in any way improper is utterly ridiculous.
2013-06-04 03:56:24 PM
1 votes:

mrmyxolodian: Kicking them off the plane was a solution, but I'm not sure it should have been the final solution.


108 Jews crammed into public transportation, headed for an uncertain destination...

CONNECT THE DOTS, SHEEPLE!
2013-06-04 03:53:51 PM
1 votes:
No Tatsuma????
2013-06-04 03:53:50 PM
1 votes:

Drunk and Bitter Jesus: Screw that. Bring back keel hauling.


But planes don't have keels.
2013-06-04 03:51:54 PM
1 votes:
Also (I said this in another thread about this) Airtran attendents are coonts. They'll kick you off for looking at them wrong. I was threatened by an attendant for telling my seatmate that the reason the plane was doing maintenance on the tarmac with us onboard instead of at the gate before we boarded was so they could protect their "on time departure" numbers. The stewardess got up, came back to my seat in (business class) and told me in a no-nonsense voice that I needed to settle down. Someone behind me said "he got in trouble for telling the truth"

That is being "disruptive" to those pricks and they WILL kick you off for less.
2013-06-04 03:49:19 PM
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Kyosuke: Tom_Slick: BunkoSquad: "Next year at Six Flags!"

I am trying to figure out why the hell a group from an overpriced NY private school planned a senior trip to Atlanta.  I mean Six Flags is OK but for the passed few years they seem to be on the deferred maintenance plan, the aquarium nice but not of interest to most people above the age of 12, white water rafting on the same river where they filmed Deliverance, a little weird considering there are much better rafting opportunities in the Northeast. Atlanta is an airport you pass through going to somewhere good.

They got a deal.


Who would pay full retail for such a thing?
2013-06-04 03:48:56 PM
1 votes:
I call this one a draw. I hate flying, I'm a big dude that smokes so the whole flying thing is as close to spending a day in prison as i care to get. However I do hate children that aren't mine. Not sure which way to tip the scales
2013-06-04 03:47:23 PM
1 votes:
"Chatty." <--that's what I saw a pediatrician put in some asshole teenager's chart so she would be reminded in the future that she's dealing with a little turd.

/True story
2013-06-04 03:46:58 PM
1 votes:

skullkrusher: LessO2: TrollingForColumbine: That's a lot of kosher meals.

Want to know how it's obvious you don't fly often?

I do


Meals? What's that?
2013-06-04 03:44:19 PM
1 votes:
People who are unfamiliar with Orthodox NY Jews coming to the defense of their well-earned stereotypes ITT.

Live and/or work in NYC for a couple years first, friends.
2013-06-04 03:42:54 PM
1 votes:

jst3p: I find it kind of funny that your example to support a bullshiat position is another bullshiat position:


They still have the no cell phone warnings at the gas stations around here, and they can cause static, which that article admits is a threat. It's one of those things you can't count on happening, so it's hard to quantify, but people try to be safe anyway.

But you're more than welcome to not take such precautions. Be sure to argue with the flight staff about it, too.
2013-06-04 03:35:28 PM
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tripleseven: Oh, yeah, and before the internet electrical engineer brigade gets on here to tell me that "it's no big deal" well, I suppose, but lets just say something did happen, would you want to be the assfark who just killed 100 people cause you didn't want to listen?


This is why I am a member of every religion, because even though there is no proof, any of them might be right. It is also why I do what my horroscope tells me, and why I believe absolutely everything I read on the internet. Better safe than sorry!

It is nice to meet a fellow idiot on the internet. We should get together and do idiot things.
2013-06-04 03:34:55 PM
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Kyosuke: TNel: Ok now I feel even less pity.

"They treated us like we were terrorists; I've never seen anything like it. I'm not someone to make these kinds of statements," Zehavi said. "I think if it was a group of non-religious kids, the air stewardess wouldn't have dared to kick them off."

They have to play that card. It's the only one they have.


What right does a woman have telling them what to do anyway?
2013-06-04 03:33:20 PM
1 votes:

BrainyBear: I'm sorry, Corporal Punishment is busy -- we're going to have to bring in



"How old are these kids!? Damnit Venture! I've got a court order!"
2013-06-04 03:32:12 PM
1 votes:
i621.photobucket.com
2013-06-04 03:29:49 PM
1 votes:
DRTFA-

But I suspect a combination of the following-

Disrespectful brats
Overreaction from airline
No kosher meals
2013-06-04 03:25:20 PM
1 votes:

J. Frank Parnell: jst3p: If it were possible for a cell phone to bring down a plane they would require that they be checked. Your "what if" is silly.

It's not a certainty, just a precaution. You can use your cellphone while pumping gas for years and nothing bad will happen, then one day you die in a fire.


I find it kind of funny that your example to support a bullshiat position is another bullshiat position:

http://www.snopes.com/autos/hazards/gasvapor.asp
2013-06-04 03:23:06 PM
1 votes:
The gate right after the kids were kicked off.
thatwasabitmental.files.wordpress.com

/Candyman is coming for their asses now.
2013-06-04 03:20:18 PM
1 votes:
imagine that many people acting like Kyle's cousin Kyle:  constantly complaining about everything, highly sensitive to the dryness of the air, allergic to most meats excluding fish, and penny-pinching in nature. That's alot of BUH-BYE's  but I wouldn't have blamed them.
2013-06-04 03:19:13 PM
1 votes:
We're flying in a Lockheed Eagle Series L-1011. Came off the line twenty months ago. Carries a Sim-5 transponder tracking system. And you're telling me I can still flummox this thing with something I bought at Radio Shack?
2013-06-04 03:19:12 PM
1 votes:

PunGent: Mr. Coffee Nerves: Only once in all my flights have I ever seen the pilot leave the cockpit to tell an asspipe "turn the phone off or you're gone" so I can only imagine the shrieking tube of misery this plane must have been to inspire such a forced exodus.

Shrieking tubes of misery would be a great band name.


"shrieking tube of misery" is what I'm calling my ex from now on.
2013-06-04 03:14:16 PM
1 votes:
Jews crying antisemitism when called out for acting like douchebags?Say it isn't so!
2013-06-04 03:14:10 PM
1 votes:
I bet the stewardess was Jewish too. She just realized with that much concentrated Jewery on one plane, the chance of a spontaneous terrorist incident occurring was rapidly approaching one.
2013-06-04 03:13:56 PM
1 votes:

ggecko: So you are telling me there were 101 kids on this plane, most using their cell phones or ipad's, and not one video??


cdn.smosh.com
2013-06-04 03:12:32 PM
1 votes:

Mr. Coffee Nerves: Only once in all my flights have I ever seen the pilot leave the cockpit to tell an asspipe "turn the phone off or you're gone" so I can only imagine the shrieking tube of misery this plane must have been to inspire such a forced exodus.


Shrieking tubes of misery would be a great band name.
2013-06-04 03:09:13 PM
1 votes:

MadMonk: This reminds me of a kid that started college where I work, he walks around telling everyone he's one of God's chosen people and nobody has the right to tell him what to do.  I'm not exaggerating, not even other Jewish people like him.

Best advice: introduce him to '70 yacht rock music
2013-06-04 03:08:52 PM
1 votes:

LessO2: TrollingForColumbine: That's a lot of kosher meals.

Want to know how it's obvious you don't fly often?


lightenupfrancis.jpg
2013-06-04 03:07:01 PM
1 votes:

Killer Cars: Really, CNN?

[img600.imageshack.us image 640x264]


Hey Hey, when did CNN start showing THOSE types of videos?    They should advertise more, might increase page views!
2013-06-04 03:01:27 PM
1 votes:

rumpelstiltskin: We must bring corporal punishment back to schools.


Why not capitol punishment?
2013-06-04 03:01:05 PM
1 votes:
In the words of Henry Rollings "Sit the fark down and shut the fark up"
2013-06-04 03:00:27 PM
1 votes:
"We were more behaved than kids should be," he said.

/put them all on the no fly list.
2013-06-04 02:58:58 PM
1 votes:

Mr. Coffee Nerves: Only once in all my flights have I ever seen the pilot leave the cockpit to tell an asspipe "turn the phone off or you're gone" so I can only imagine the shrieking tube of misery this plane must have been to inspire such a forced exodus.


LOL
2013-06-04 02:49:53 PM
1 votes:
"We were more behaved than kids should be," he said.

The experiment has failed.
We must bring corporal punishment back to schools.
2013-06-04 01:54:12 PM
1 votes:
Ok now I feel even less pity.

"They treated us like we were terrorists; I've never seen anything like it. I'm not someone to make these kinds of statements," Zehavi said. "I think if it was a group of non-religious kids, the air stewardess wouldn't have dared to kick them off."
 
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