GE made a video reminding us how beautiful and amazing air travel is. If you’d never thought about air travel that way, this video is your chance. They wanted to “share the intricate choreography of flying” so they “captured all the take-offs and landings that happen over the course of one day”. This blog post should end with a snarky joke related to the TSA, but you’ll have to do it yourself.
You can imagine all sorts of crazy ideas, but you’re not a true visionary until you imagine a floating airport platform 8-13 miles off the coast of San Diego. This is an idea that seems about as new as any I’ve heard this week. Let’s do it!
John Cole touches on something I think about every time I go through airport security. While I don’t agree so much on the death penalty part for Reid, I consider him the most successful terrorist of all time. 2 minutes per person per flight is what he has done. Obviously, this is much better than people dying, but, man, let us keep on our shoes!
2.) Although I do not support the death penalty, I think an exception could be made for Richard Reid. Millions of people all over the country have to take their shoes off every time they fly because of that jackass. I bet more collective man-hours are lost to this one man than anyone else who has ever lived.