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Comment from: Chris Baldwin [Member] Email
First off, this is a great airline move. The whole you need to turn your cellphone off because it will interfere with the aircraft's navigation system is one of the biggest crocks in an airline industry full of them. Let people talk on their phones, type on their Blackberrys, yadda, yadda ...

Like anything else, this just means people need to show common courtesy to others. I.E. not screaming into the phone.

Two, Castle Baron boss Mark Nessmith not only allows you to fly, he lets you chose your airline? I'm hauling around the West Coast in a horse and buggy. Though that's still better than the scooter McDonald drives 5 mph in the left lane through Florida in.

09/04/06 @ 00:03
I assure you, Chris, Brandon took that flight on his own dime. In fact, when he went on a golf trip to Poland recently, I made him walk there. The little punk had the nerve to complain too (though I hear he had a GREAT time in Krakow).
09/04/06 @ 05:02
Comment from: Alex [Visitor]
Chris, Did you advocate "common courtesy" among cellphone users? Good luck with that! I've had one such person ignore my request to take his cellphone to a corner of the airport waiting area. This particular slob also had a large bag of goodies from Burger King to munch on while he made his multi-million dollar deals in public. If you can't get these idiots to get off their cellphones while they drive down the interstate at 75MPH, reading the morning paper and/or applying their mascara, they won't use common sense or courtesy on an airplane.
09/04/06 @ 10:54
Comment from: C.J. Bartzack [Visitor]
I think this is an abomidable decision. I sure dont want to listen to self important men making call after call and disturbing everyone around them. Let's hope this never happens in the US.
04/10/08 @ 10:52

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