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  1. Given the way Chicago cops handled that United “customer” this week. Maybe we should’t let them have guns .. they seem such gentle nice people (not) …

  2. Oh F no. Chicago Aviation Police needs to be in continuous customer service training until they learn not to assault the traveling public. Whatever happened to protect and serve?

  3. I think all cops need to carry guns. I just think that the Chicago airport police need the wooden Flintstone guns.

  4. That magazine deal comes with a big caveat. The reason they want $2 is so the next year they can automatically renew your subscription at an obscenely high annual fee.

  5. EVA acts like it is adding more Helly Kitty jets to its fleet…at least that’s the message it’s trying to confer. However the reality is quite a bit more nuanced. It has the same number of jets with Sanrio characters on them as they had before…five. But less overall Hello Kitty jets…3. And they’re putting them on more narrow bodies which means the overall range of Hello Kitty flights goes down…limiting destination choices.

    Muddying things further is the fact that there have been at least seven other Hello Kitty liveries on EVA planes that no longer exist.

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