I'd never fly that airline again, I can tell you that. Not everyone has to
watch that demo anyway, especially those that fly a lot. Just the music
would have been enough to make me check to see if the jetway doors had
A quick look around you and you know where everythng is. If you don't,
then watch the demo. I always ask for a door-window if I can get it too; no
one wants the responsbility so there's almost always at least one open seat
next to you. Plus I'm likely to be the first one out that particular door in
the event of ... !
You object to pretty girls gyrating...? Say what? Regardless of your
own personal view on the matter, you could clearly see that the
passengers enjoyed it. Happy passengers make for a friendlier, less
frustrating time in the tin can for everybody. Even people that don't
like to see pretty girls gyrating.
Funny, whenever I fly, those 'exit row' seats are considered premium
seats, and they charge more for them. They are also usually gone by the
time I can lock in my travel schedule. They have 3-4 inches more
legroom, so us tall people covet them. I have no problem telling the
stewardess, er, FA, that I am capable of blowing the hatch when needed,
and chucking it out the hole. I'm sure that if the driver has to park
the plane at other than the scheduled destination or wheels-up, I'll
have plenty of adrenaline to motivate me. They don't let kids or
physically-challenged or frail people sit there anyway.
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