Monday, June 30, 2008

David's Airline

Writing in The New Yorker, David Owen outlines the rules for his airline. An excerpt:

As always, tipping back in your seat is fifty dollars, payable to the person sitting behind you, unless you are sitting in front of me, in which case the charge begins at a hundred dollars and my permission is required. Ask nicely, and if we can agree on a figure I will ask a flight attendant to unlock your seat.

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