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The phrase "A distinction without a difference" comes to mind...
Nope. Besides proving the idiocy and possible pyromania of a fellow passenger, those things are closed ventilation systems. Who knows if the burning did something nasty to the air quality on the plane?
Really, I just don't understand why they don't make airplane windows that are capable of opening. It would solve a lot of problems, and cause not a single other one.
My friend is of Polish ancestry. She got on a plane here in CT to fly out to her homeland, seeing all of the relatives and such. This was the morning of September 11,2001.
Her plane got like halfway through the flight, and then the tower told them to turn back. So they did; slowly and gradually turning around without telling the passengers what was going on. No one ever told them what was happening.
She disembarked at Bradley airport in CT, expecting to be in Poland. She was very confused that all of the signs were in English.
In Jacksonville Buck Showalter held an impromptu team meeting, in which he told Orioles players that Peter Angelos "doesn't think too highly of your worth. He put this team together because he thought we'd be bad enough to finish dead last, knocking attendance down to the point where he could move the team to Miami... and get rid of all of us for better personnel."
It's fun to pick on him, but it really shows peoples inability to get nuance if they watch that clip and for one second think he was being serious when he made his comments.
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