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Discussion in 'Hangar Talk' started by RJM62, Jun 1, 2016.
Oh give me a break.
Did it suddenly turn 1950? Gee whiz she's showin too much leg!
My personal feeling is that if there were still any classiness left in airline flight, they might have a case. But if they're going to make the experience into something like a city bus ride, then anything goes.
What she wore was nothing worse, maybe even better, from what I saw during 24 years at an airline.
Does seem a bit draconian, especially since she offered to wrap a blanket around the offending integument.
In the 1970s that would have been a flight attendant's uniform on some airlines ...
I suspect it may be a stage name.
A stripper wore her stripper costume out in public. She didn't do it because she didn't want to attract attention. As my mother always says, "Be careful what you ask for."
And I guarantee she pulled those shorts down as far as they'd go for the pictures.
Miss McMuffin should hang around POA more often. Had she done so she would have been presented with a couple of obvious solutions to her dilemma:
Alternate 2 - fly an airline where the flight attendants are wearing even less:
"The pilot said your outfit is inappropriate for..."
"If the pilots see you they might invite you in to the cockpit for a private session. That's my job, b***ch."
Didn't they throw Ron Levy off a plane once for wearing shorts?
Ok, for the long term members, there was a photo circulated of Ron's legs. That's all I will say about that!
good grief.... I guess her mother was not there to dress her.
And they would all be hot as heck!
That's nothing compared to what I saw boarding an AA flight one day. Imagine a T-shirt with the arm holes torn out much wider. Nothind underneath...
I don't understand how her occupation has anything to do with the fact that the airline denied her boarding. Well, except for the reason of purposeful shaming.
I agree, since she offered to cover up what she bared but others couldn't (pun intended), that should have ended the "problem" right there. Why they did not offer her a blanket is the weird part.
Again, another artificial problem in need of no solution. Such is the human race. That's why I fly myself.
Yeah, but that's because he was the pilot.
(He insisted the Chief Counsel had no problem with it, however, and had a letter to prove it.)
Good on the pilot, it would be nice if JB actually stood behind him though.
There just HAS to be more to this story.
Sorry, in 2016, I just don't believe someone would be kicked off an airplane only for wearing short shorts. Even if Prudey McPrude were flying.
I was thinking the same thing.
Give me a break,now the aircrews are the cloths police.
It's only relevant because she was wearing her work clothes. I've never seen a stripper outfit that was appropriate "going out in public" attire. At least not a good one. Self-serving victim-provided photographs notwithstanding.
If the airlines are going to toss folks off they could start with the loud and poorly breed children.
Some little low-class trollop doesn't bother me. Its the ones that smell bad, talk too loud, and insist on manhandling the back of your seat, or on thrusting the back of their seat back in your face with the force and suddenness of an olympic clean-and-jerk. Those are the ones I'd like to see the "captain" toss off the flight.
She is seeking publicity, to promote her career as a stripper.
When the publicity mentions her name, career, and comments upon her appearance, and the news makes headlines, as this did, well, that is hitting the publicity jackpot.
It's a clever stunt to use the airline as a foil. The news media love to report on problems faced by airline passengers, much more than most any other customer experience one might have. So, she was well served by provoking an airline to cause her a "problem" based on her appearance. She did very well here.
She should have brought along an emotional support lemur.
Not enough. If all she did was wear a classless outfit, the airline wouldn't care and nothing would happen.
I'll take her where she needs to go.
Had to look that one up.
"Career as a striper" lol
I don't think it works that way.
And yet this would be allowed to board every day (and I've seen worse):
But the self-righteous here think Ms. McMuffin is worse? Really? Gimme a break.
And take up the adjacent passenger's space too! Or were you referring to the blonde on the other side?
Why Tim, why??? I need soap for my eyes!!!!
I'm really curious as to what constitutes self-righteousness, in your opinion, since you seem to be so fond of using the term.
having or characterized by a certainty, especially an unfounded one, that one is totally correct or morally superior.
convinced of one's own righteousness especially in contrast with the actions and beliefs of others :
"self-righteous indignation and complacency"
synonyms: sanctimonious, holier-than-thou, self-satisfied, smug, priggish, complacent, pious, moralizing, preachy, superior, hypocritical;
"we listened to Mom because she wasn't as self-righteous as you"
1. Where did #3 occur in the thread, maybe I missed it?
2. Why do #1 & #2 not apply to you? It appears that you are the only one intent on labeling others.
maybe jet blue is like the old McDonalds.........after 10:30am they no longer serve McMuffins. HIYOOOOOOOOOOoooooooooooooo
This post is merely to provide a benign image so that we don't gave to look at Tim's every time we view PoA using Tapatalk
Edit: dang, that did not work. Darn Tapatalk.
Don't forget to tip your waitress!
OBTW...I missed one definition.
Self Righteousness: The fear that some woman, somewhere, is actually enjoying sex.