Jet Blue: Is it standard procedure to force 3-year-olds to pee on your seats?

Jun 14, 2014 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Examiner.com

Flying the friendly skies is one thing, but you evidently have to have liftoff to make that idiom come true.

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free spech

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airlines have rules in place for a reason.the only one at fault is the mother.
who obviously doesnt do a good job taking care of the daughter.no she
got her 15 mins.now shut up and stay off tv and news shows.we dont care
JASPER TUDOR

Sapulpa, OK

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free spech wrote:
airlines have rules in place for a reason.the only one at fault is the mother.
who obviously doesnt do a good job taking care of the daughter.no she
got her 15 mins.now shut up and stay off tv and news shows.we dont care
You obviously don't have a small child. Small children CANNOT hold off the need to urinate the same way an adult can.

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