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Weird airlines fees fliers are willing to pay

There are 56 comments on the KMIZ story from Mar 26, 2014, titled Weird airlines fees fliers are willing to pay. In it, KMIZ reports that:

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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Kettle Black

Huntington, NY

#26 Mar 27, 2014
AHarleyhoney wrote:
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No doubt he and DILF are one and the same,,don't you think?
You're even more stupid than you look.......lol

Since: Mar 14

Location hidden

#27 Mar 27, 2014
Poke!
Kettle Black

Huntington, NY

#28 Mar 27, 2014
AHarleyhoney wrote:
By the way DILF is the villlage (topix) idiot, he spends endless days and nights changing his name continuously in a pathetic attempt at attention. Someone did not get hugged enough as a youth...lol!
LOL.....
I guess this is another one of your "general statements" and not specifically directed at DILF right!!??

Crawl back into your hole....TYVM!!!

8-)
Kettle Black

Huntington, NY

#29 Mar 27, 2014
AHarleyhoney wrote:
Poke!
Joke!
Fundies R Mentally Eel

Philadelphia, PA

#30 Mar 27, 2014
FTW Forever wrote:
<quoted text>Gravity is the same for us all. It is your mass that presents the challenge.
Gravity affects people of different mass differently. Obviously "gravity challenged" is fine, just like "carbohydrate challenged" would be fine if that were a meme.(A noun.)

I have learned that people do use your "gravitationally challenged" as an alternate form. I did not know anyone did until now - never heard it in use.
Fundies R Mentally Eel

Philadelphia, PA

#31 Mar 27, 2014
AHarleyhoney wrote:
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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.
You're a low information poster.

I am sure there is an explanation. Perhaps when you said you always see dogs in the cabins of commercial flights you were thinking of yourself.

(Okay, maybe tiny dogs in your purse on some flights, but usually sedated and down in cargo. Which is why people should not fly their dogs or cats unless they absolutely have to.)

“"Eatin' Ain't Cheatin!"”

Level 1

Since: Sep 06

Thompson's Station, Tn

#32 Mar 27, 2014
I miss the days flying in my early teens. The stewardess handed me a complimentary pack of Winston cigarettes. We used real metal eating utensils. Remember Southwest Airlines had the only stewardesses wearing hot-pants? International flights recently had free alcoholic drinks a few years ago.

Now you go through redundant I.D. & ticket checks every 50 feet, remove your shoes, and have your flight cancelled due to snow???? I feel like Charley Tuna being packed in an oil filled can.
Fundies R Mentally Eel

Philadelphia, PA

#34 Mar 27, 2014
FTW Forever wrote:
<quoted text>That is because you are a dope. It has always been gravitationally challenged by anyone but yourself, as it is the grammatically correct way of saying . Gravity challenged....... Gravity challenged what????
Stick to the silly puns.
Gravity as a noun works just fine. Lots of comedy routines use it. You can also search for "gravity challenged" and find instances if you're not too stupid to.

Since: Mar 14

Location hidden

#35 Mar 27, 2014
FTW Forever wrote:
<quoted text>That is because you are a dope. It has always been gravitationally challenged by anyone but yourself, as it is the grammatically correct way of saying . Gravity challenged....... Gravity challenged what????
Stick to the silly puns.
I think he is just challenged!!! When challenged he crawls, spits and sputters, oh and repeats, but no real explanation. You know one of those types who uses big words, thinks he is a big wheel, but in reality one with no spokes.

Since: Mar 14

Location hidden

#36 Mar 27, 2014
Mexican Hillbilly wrote:
I miss the days flying in my early teens. The stewardess handed me a complimentary pack of Winston cigarettes. We used real metal eating utensils. Remember Southwest Airlines had the only stewardesses wearing hot-pants? International flights recently had free alcoholic drinks a few years ago.
Now you go through redundant I.D. & ticket checks every 50 feet, remove your shoes, and have your flight cancelled due to snow???? I feel like Charley Tuna being packed in an oil filled can.
I miss those days too...lol! Especially the free drinks...yahoo! Security has gone nuts...I would have to say the terrorists won!

“WHERE BORN AN A-HOLE OR DID ”

Since: Mar 14

YOU WORK AT IT YOUR WHOLE LIFE

#37 Mar 27, 2014
Fundies R Mentally Eel wrote:
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Gravity as a noun works just fine. Lots of comedy routines use it. You can also search for "gravity challenged" and find instances if you're not too stupid to.
It's grammatically .incorrect....... Stupid??? Well I know the proper use of nouns and adverbs.....

“WHERE BORN AN A-HOLE OR DID ”

Since: Mar 14

YOU WORK AT IT YOUR WHOLE LIFE

#38 Mar 27, 2014
Fundies R Mentally Eel wrote:
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Gravity as a noun works just fine. Lots of comedy routines use it. You can also search for "gravity challenged" and find instances if you're not too stupid to.
I can also find instances of people quoting Congreve as saying " Hell hath no fury like a woman scorn", but that is incorrect as well.
Fundies R Mentally Eel

Philadelphia, PA

#39 Mar 27, 2014
FTW Forever wrote:
<quoted text> It's grammatically .incorrect....... Stupid??? Well I know the proper use of nouns and adverbs.....
I already gave an example. Are you insane?

"Carbohydrate challenged" would be fine as a meme; it communicates the idea understandably.

Or is "carbohydrate" not a noun in your _syntax_ challenged world [sic]?

Since: Mar 14

Location hidden

#40 Mar 27, 2014
FTW Forever wrote:
<quoted text>I can also find instances of people quoting Congreve as saying " Hell hath no fury like a woman scorn", but that is incorrect as well.
LOL, it can be so of men too.

“WHERE BORN AN A-HOLE OR DID ”

Since: Mar 14

YOU WORK AT IT YOUR WHOLE LIFE

#42 Mar 27, 2014
Fundies R Mentally Eel wrote:
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I already gave an example. Are you insane?
"Carbohydrate challenged" would be fine as a meme; it communicates the idea understandably.
Or is "carbohydrate" not a noun in your _syntax_ challenged world [sic]?
Not with the meme crap.
Being a noun is the problem....
Fundies R Mentally Eel

Philadelphia, PA

#43 Mar 27, 2014
FTW Forever wrote:
<quoted text>Not with the meme crap.
Being a noun is the problem....
Oh good, you can explain a problem with "carbohydrate challenged," then.

Everyone understands what that means as a figure of speech.

Same thing, so enough of your twaddle.

By the way, as I said earlier, the search engines show both gravity challenged, which sounds better, and gravitationally challenged.

“WHERE BORN AN A-HOLE OR DID ”

Since: Mar 14

YOU WORK AT IT YOUR WHOLE LIFE

#44 Mar 27, 2014
Fundies R Mentally Eel wrote:
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By the way, as I said earlier, the search engines show both gravity challenged, which sounds better, and gravitationally challenged.
No it doesn't x 2

“WHERE BORN AN A-HOLE OR DID ”

Since: Mar 14

YOU WORK AT IT YOUR WHOLE LIFE

#45 Mar 27, 2014
Fundies R Mentally Eel wrote:
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Oh good, you can explain a problem with "carbohydrate challenged," then.
Everyone understands what that means as a figure of speech.
Same thing, so enough of your twaddle.
By the way, as I said earlier, the search engines show both gravity challenged, which sounds better, and gravitationally challenged.
Look Google agrees with DuckDuckGo!!
https://encrypted.google.com/#q=gravity+chall...
https://encrypted.google.com/#q=gravitational...
Fundies R Mentally Eel

Philadelphia, PA

#46 Mar 27, 2014
FTW Forever wrote:
<quoted text>No it doesn't x 2
Many instances of "gravity challenged" show up.
Fundies R Mentally Eel

Philadelphia, PA

#47 Mar 27, 2014
FTW Forever wrote:
<quoted text>No it doesn't x 2
Oh, you somehow "forgot" to explain why "carbohydrate challenged" doesn't work as a figure of speech.

(Because it does, thus the "oversight.")

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