Mar 26th 2011 11:19PM In case any of you are wondering, this isn't country...
Jan 30th 2010 12:13AM this is the best posting (s) I've ever seen...thank you for being aware and not over reacting. I am a flight attendant...have been doing this for a very long time. was around for the first burst of terrorism via twa. I'd wager that not many twitters even remember John Testrake on the tarmack in Beirut , but it happened. All of this rigamarole is just that. A lot of people might be surprised to learn that the rules apply to them. When I go to work, I'd much rather focus my energy on security from point a to b. And yes, taking care of you... Those of you that engage in this behavior might be wise to remember that from where you sit. All of these type things are distractions. The sad part is that due to current press, many feel that they are trained to run an on board emergency. Just disregard the not needed "waitresses" anyway and be ready to hop into action if someone displays anything out of what you might consider normal.. With no information other than what is available to you via your apps. You only have any given sliver of information on any given day. When a plane takes off the crew has the final info. Please do not mess around with rules, etc. We are there to get you..and us..safely home. You have no idea what is in the cabin regarding security risks, body organs or weapons, etc. or sky marshalls for that matter. By the same token I am not a banker or dot com king. Just get on and let me do my job. In an emergency, you'll be very happy with my experience...we have only the hudson in nyc to prove that we are trained. they didn't get out of bed that morning expecting to be national new by lunch. this is what we do... And by the way, there have been on board disruptions since for ever. Not all are terrorists.
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