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CRY ME A RIVER

CRY ME A RIVER
Airlines say “new tax” to pay for added security measures will be the difference between breaking even and losing money.

Maybe each CEO could chip in a few million for the cause. It’s not like they’re paying federal taxes anymore.

3 Responses to “CRY ME A RIVER”

  1. cube Says:

    I think the cost should be moved to the customer.

    That is what happens in the freight industry. If i ship somthing by fedx they have a secruity charge.

    I also think planes should charge by the pound (that way healthly, normal weight people get charged less, and fat people get charged more. Because we all know that it is fat people making it more expensive to fly)

  2. pearatty Says:

    I feel people over 5’5″ should get charged more — if not for them, airlines could fit more seats in the plane and charge less per seat. Also, they could charge for all checked baggage. Also, they chould charge parents who carry infants on their laps. Also, they could charge the constipated more than the “regular” passengers (extra weight, eh).

    Or, we could suck it up and accept that calculating all the relevant factors to figure out each passenger’s “fair” share isn’t worth the effort, and have everyone just pay the same fare.

  3. Hi there Says:

    Are you there?

    I was waiting for this kind of posts …

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