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She posted it on Facebook? Oh, my..........{#emotions_dlg.sad}

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On 6/15/2014 nunya said:

I'm willing to bet, every child has had an accident in their pants. We just don't tell the world.

Well apparently they do now, and if you dare to side with the existing regulations for safe air travel......you may be labelled a 'hater', lol.

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On 6/15/2014 ROMARY said:

She posted it on Facebook? Oh, my..........{#emotions_dlg.sad}

That wasn't a smart move...
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I don't have anything against very young children on flights, or anywhere. Just feel very sorry for them.

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I remember the days when there were smoking sections on planes. One couple ended up in nonsmoking and were having a fit. The attendant asked them to be patient and they would sort it out once airborne. After takeoff when the couple was not moved fast enough for their liking, they just lit up in non smoking. When they were asked to put out their cigarettes, he called the attendant the "b" word and blew smoke in her face. Next thing I saw was the captain striding down the aisle. He stubbed the cigarette out in the palm of his hand and had them escorted off at our final destination. I'd take a crying child any day.

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On 6/15/2014 ROMARY said:

I don't have anything against very young children on flights, or anywhere. Just feel very sorry for them.


I agree 100%

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On 6/15/2014 brii said: Children have accidents every day. Ask a teacher...

As someone who taught 5 year olds for 20 years, I can attest to that and it wasn't because I wouldn't let them use the bathroom.

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On 6/15/2014 betty423 said:

I remember the days when there were smoking sections on planes. One couple ended up in nonsmoking and were having a fit. The attendant asked them to be patient and they would sort it out once airborne. After takeoff when the couple was not moved fast enough for their liking, they just lit up in non smoking. When they were asked to put out their cigarettes, he called the attendant the "b" word and blew smoke in her face. Next thing I saw was the captain striding down the aisle. He stubbed the cigarette out in the palm of his hand and had them escorted off at our final destination. I'd take a crying child any day.

Betty

I remember the days when you could smoke anywhere on a plane and people did.

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We were in a flight once and the girl one aisle in front of us was watching a por n o on her laptop. She was sitting on the aisle seat. People really have no common sense. Several passengers spoke up and she was quite upset.
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I would rather fly with a plane full of kids. In my experiences of being on planes only the adults were ever problems. Some were very rude, others drunk, once a guy was viewing pern. Give me the kids any day.