Monday, January 28, 2008

Do What?!

As she scanned my boarding pass, the lady at the podium wished that I would, "Have a safe flight."

I had a couple of questions.

1) Have you been having trouble with that? Cause I can always wait for a better day.

2) Isn't that whole, "safe flight" thing your job? Why should this burden be on me now?


James Wigderson said...

But if a passenger stood at the gate and said to everyone else, "Gee, I hope this plane doesn't crash", he'd be arrested.

Billiam said...

Just don't make comments about seat cushions being flotation devices in the event of a waterlanding being irrelevant due to the disintegration of the plane. It tends to turn weaker flyers green and, if your stew doesn't have as evolved sense of humor as you, can earn you a lite smack on the back of the skull. :-)

Anonymous said...

As you fly home tonight, think of the words we heard the first time you took me to the airport. "We're late because they had to de-ice the wings but I don't think it helped."

Hope you're back on the ground in Madison by now. Lovely weather we arranged for your homecoming, huh?