Weird airlines fees fliers are willing to pay

Mar 26, 2014 Full story: KMIZ 58

We live in an era of airline fees. Where once ticket prices included checked baggage, in-flight meals and seat selection, increasingly, those items are add-ons geared toward generating extra income for carriers.

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#1 Mar 26, 2014
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Fundies R Mentally Nil

Philadelphia, PA

#2 Mar 26, 2014
I'll pay the "keep the transponders on" fee.

Since: Mar 14

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#3 Mar 26, 2014
We don't mind paying for seats selection, so we get seats together, and window seat. Also the fee for an extra luggage is not much, 20$.
But when some fat ass is taking up part of my seat, or arm rest, he/she can pay for my ticket, or they can pay full fare for two seats if they are taking up that much. It is not the extra luggage that is weighing down airplanes, but the extra baggage so many people are carrying. Also if I am told I cannot eat peanuts because of someones allergies, then I am not putting up with dogs or cats on flight either.
Parden Pard

Catasauqua, PA

#4 Mar 26, 2014
AHarleyhoney wrote:
We don't mind paying for seats selection, so we get seats together, and window seat. Also the fee for an extra luggage is not much, 20$.
But when some fat ass is taking up part of my seat, or arm rest, he/she can pay for my ticket, or they can pay full fare for two seats if they are taking up that much. It is not the extra luggage that is weighing down airplanes, but the extra baggage so many people are carrying. Also if I am told I cannot eat peanuts because of someones allergies, then I am not putting up with dogs or cats on flight either.
Yeah,,I get your drift,,,I also hate them F$%^&* lard-asses sitting next to me. They stink and their sweaty demeanor is disgusting. I do not want to listen to their f#$%^ FOOD stories,,and how to stuff my F$%^&* face with ice-cream,,,jeshhhhh (and keep your f%^&* sweatty fingers away from my seat rest,,,,,,,,

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#5 Mar 26, 2014
Parden Pard wrote:
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Yeah,,I get your drift,,,I also hate them F$%^&* lard-asses sitting next to me. They stink and their sweaty demeanor is disgusting. I do not want to listen to their f#$%^ FOOD stories,,and how to stuff my F$%^&* face with ice-cream,,,jeshhhhh (and keep your f%^&* sweatty fingers away from my seat rest,,,,,,,,
LOL. I had a guy with his arm on the tv controls recently, and hard to get at because he was sound asleep, so my bf let me use his. I don't think the fees for food, are weird just a money grab by profiting airlines, what about the fees for headsets, blankets, pillows etc. All a money grab. Then on the way back home we had a women sitting on aisle seat with us, bf in middle me by window seat, and man she stank...it was gagging us at one point. Last year a really large man sat next to bf, and he immediately moved arm rest up, so bf immediately moved it back, and told him he paid for that part of seat. Just because a person does not take up all of the seat does not mean we got to share it.
Fundies R Mentally Nil

Philadelphia, PA

#6 Mar 26, 2014
AHarleyhoney wrote:
We don't mind paying for seats selection, so we get seats together, and window seat. Also the fee for an extra luggage is not much, 20$.
But when some fat ass is taking up part of my seat, or arm rest, he/she can pay for my ticket, or they can pay full fare for two seats if they are taking up that much. It is not the extra luggage that is weighing down airplanes, but the extra baggage so many people are carrying. Also if I am told I cannot eat peanuts because of someones allergies, then I am not putting up with dogs or cats on flight either.
I thought some airlines were already charging based on extra heavy weight (on the passenger.)

Extremely gravity challenged people are required to buy two seats.

The real problem is that all the seats are too cramped for anyone but children and young teens. And that has to do with money.

They don't let pets into the cabin - they're down in freight. You don't have an argument there. Take some snack food besides peanuts. Or am I speaking to a child?

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#8 Mar 27, 2014
Fundies R Mentally Nil wrote:
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I thought some airlines were already charging based on extra heavy weight (on the passenger.)
Extremely gravity challenged people are required to buy two seats.
The real problem is that all the seats are too cramped for anyone but children and young teens. And that has to do with money.
They don't let pets into the cabin - they're down in freight. You don't have an arguement there. Take some snack food besides peanuts. Or am I speaking to a child?
I did not see any of the fatties with two seats when I flew an international flight recently. The guy in the aisle seat next to us had a pet with him, as many others have had in the past when I have flown. Also I am not arguing I am stating facts. I will take what I want for snack foods.
If you want to have a civil discussion, then act in a civil manner. Or you get back what you deserve. Have you flown lately or am I speaking to an idiot? Most children who have been raised right have better manners than you. Also the seats fit adults as well.
Fundies R Mentally Eel

Philadelphia, PA

#9 Mar 27, 2014
AHarleyhoney wrote:
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I did not see any of the fatties with two seats when I flew an international flight recently. The guy in the aisle seat next to us had a pet with him, as many others have had in the past when I have flown. Also I am not arguing I am stating facts. I will take what I want for snack foods.
If you want to have a civil discussion, then act in a civil manner. Or you get back what you deserve. Have you flown lately or am I speaking to an idiot? Most children who have been raised right have better manners than you. Also the seats fit adults as well.
I said extremely gravity challenged. How heavy were the people who didn't have two seats who you thought should?

What airline and what flight so I can check to see they don't put pets in freight in carriers, like every other airline does?

Apparently you won't take peanuts despite your tantrum here that you can do whatever you like.

The seats are not adequate for most adults - that's why every thread is littered with complaints about putting luggage under the seat, the person in front tilting their seat back, battles over armrests. Everyone knows flights are cramped.

Maybe your made up material is supposed to only be about first class. I bet you'd be one of those ultra nightmare passengers for other fliers and for the crew.

If you want a civil discussion so badly, troll, then don't call people id iots. You moron.
Fundies R Mentally Eel

Philadelphia, PA

#11 Mar 27, 2014
AHarleyhoney wrote:
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Actually you started with the insults, if you can't take it don't dish it out...idiot! Also I don't plan on continuing this arguement with you, you seem to want to read what you want to see, not what is obvious.
I don't complain about insults, reject.

I point out when people who are whining about insults are themselves using insults. Is that simple enough? The hypocrisy of complaining about insults while using them?

Naturally you won't answer those points I raised. Because I'm correct regarding typical, commercial airline flights.

“I"M GOIN' STRAIGHT TO HELL”

Since: Mar 14

AIN'T NOTHING SLOWING ME DOWN

#12 Mar 27, 2014
Fundies R Mentally Eel wrote:
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I said extremely gravity challenged. How heavy were the people who didn't have two seats who you thought should?
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There is no such thing as "gravitationally challenged". The Earths gravitational force is a constant. Gravity is a measure of acceleration a body of mass imparts on another object near it's surface. This is roughly 9.81m/s^2 for the Earth. All objects in the Earth's atmosphere experience the same amount of so-called "Gravitational challenge".
Fundies R Mentally Eel

Philadelphia, PA

#13 Mar 27, 2014
FTW Forever wrote:
<quoted text>There is no such thing as "gravitationally challenged". The Earths gravitational force is a constant. Gravity is a measure of acceleration a body of mass imparts on another object near it's surface. This is roughly 9.81m/s^2 for the Earth. All objects in the Earth's atmosphere experience the same amount of so-called "Gravitational challenge".
I didn't say "gravitationally challenged."

Go back and read.

Then search the internetz to see what I said is a euphemism for, since you can't figure it out.

Thanks for the unreliable physics tutoring, however. Can you come over and do my laundry?

“I"M GOIN' STRAIGHT TO HELL”

Since: Mar 14

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#14 Mar 27, 2014
Fundies R Mentally Eel wrote:
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I didn't say "gravitationally challenged."
Go back and read.
Then search the internetz to see what I said is a euphemism for, since you can't figure it out.
Thanks for the unreliable physics tutoring, however. Can you come over and do my laundry?
Nah, you said " gravity challenged". Which is a grammatically ignorant way of saying Gravitationally challenged. I gave you the benefit of the doubt with your wording. We all know it's a euphemism. You used a stupid euphemism to make a stupid point. Used basic physics to point it out.
Can't take the ribbing without crying????
Fundies R Mentally Eel

Philadelphia, PA

#15 Mar 27, 2014
FTW Forever wrote:
<quoted text>I gave you the benefit of the doubt with your wording. We all know it's a euphemism.
No, you didn't know any of that. You didn't read it. You didn't know it's a joke for "fat." You weren't making a point. Now you're compounding your folly.

"Gravity challenged" makes perfect sense, btw. The individual finds gravity to be a challenge - an exaggerated challenge relative to a person of less mass.

You're wrong, wrong, wrong, but we could have overlooked that here had you been witty about being wrong. You weren't.

Since: Mar 14

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#16 Mar 27, 2014
Fundies R Mentally Eel wrote:
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I don't complain about insults, reject.
I point out when people who are whining about insults are themselves using insults. Is that simple enough? The hypocrisy of complaining about insults while using them?
Naturally you won't answer those points I raised. Because I'm correct regarding typical, commercial airline flights.
I don't argue with stupid ignorant people like you. I don't waste my time with those hate life so much that fighting is their life. You got insulted by me because you choose to in the first place. As I said, if you can't take it don't start.
Bout Time

Medford, NY

#17 Mar 27, 2014
Fundies R Mentally Eel wrote:
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No, you didn't know any of that. You didn't read it. You didn't know it's a joke for "fat." You weren't making a point. Now you're compounding your folly.
"Gravity challenged" makes perfect sense, btw. The individual finds gravity to be a challenge - an exaggerated challenge relative to a person of less mass.
You're wrong, wrong, wrong, but we could have overlooked that here had you been witty about being wrong. You weren't.
Ah....lol...Fundie

I see you have finally met "Marley"!!!!

Welcome to the club!!!!
Kettle Black

Medford, NY

#18 Mar 27, 2014
AHARLEYHONEY stated:
"Actually you started with the insults, if you can't take it don't dish it out...idiot! Also I don't plan on continuing this arguement with you, you seem to want to read what you want to see, not what is obvious."

Counterpoit:
Oh, I guess calling people "fatties" isn't insulting in your demented world.....

lol!!!!

“I"M GOIN' STRAIGHT TO HELL”

Since: Mar 14

AIN'T NOTHING SLOWING ME DOWN

#19 Mar 27, 2014
Fundies R Mentally Eel wrote:
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No, you didn't know any of that. You didn't read it. You didn't know it's a joke for "fat." You weren't making a point. Now you're compounding your folly.
"Gravity challenged" makes perfect sense, btw. The individual finds gravity to be a challenge - an exaggerated challenge relative to a person of less mass.
You're wrong, wrong, wrong, but we could have overlooked that here had you been witty about being wrong. You weren't.
Nope.... Gravity challenged would be incorrect in this case. Challenged is an adjective and adverbs are used to describe an adjective. Gravitationally challenged is the correct way of saying it....
The handicap for being a fat-arse isn't from gravity. Gravity is the same for us all. It is your mass that presents the challenge.

“I"M GOIN' STRAIGHT TO HELL”

Since: Mar 14

AIN'T NOTHING SLOWING ME DOWN

#20 Mar 27, 2014
Fundies R Mentally Eel wrote:
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No, you didn't know any of that. You didn't read it. You didn't know it's a joke for "fat." You weren't making a point. Now you're compounding your folly.
"Gravity challenged" makes perfect sense, btw. The individual finds gravity to be a challenge - an exaggerated challenge relative to a person of less mass.
You're wrong, wrong, wrong, but we could have overlooked that here had you been witty about being wrong. You weren't.
Someone who is only full of stupid puns critiquing the wit of others???? LOL

“I"M GOIN' STRAIGHT TO HELL”

Since: Mar 14

AIN'T NOTHING SLOWING ME DOWN

#21 Mar 27, 2014
Fundies R Mentally Eel wrote:
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No, you didn't know any of that. You didn't read it. You didn't know it's a joke for "fat." You weren't making a point. Now you're compounding your folly.
"Gravity challenged" makes perfect sense, btw. The individual finds gravity to be a challenge - an exaggerated challenge relative to a person of less mass.
You're wrong, wrong, wrong, but we could have overlooked that here had you been witty about being wrong. You weren't.
Believe what you want... I've noticed most of what you believe is BS anyways.

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#23 Mar 27, 2014
FTW Forever wrote:
<quoted text>Believe what you want... I've noticed most of what you believe is BS anyways.
No doubt he and DILF are one and the same,,don't you think?

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