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Alaska Airlines ends prayer cards on flights

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(CNN) - Passengers on Alaska Airlines will no longer get a free Psalm with their meal. (religion.blogs.cnn.com) More...

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WALLACE24
WALLACE24 1
iPhone's do not always do as you wish. I think you got my point. If not then only read posts fr the educated.
PetroHawk
I guess the Prayer Cards offset the crappy maintenance, eh?
WALLACE24
WALLACE24 1
"A wing and a prayer". Who needs maintenance?
koyanaasqatsi
One would assume that a passenger who gets comfort from a prayer card would have their own prayer with them. I sure don't want part of my fare going towards this piece of our forests.
mzk49o1
mzk49o1 1
I guess they were tired of the irony of providing prayer cards on an airline with one of the more notorious maintenance-related accidents in their history.
WALLACE24
WALLACE24 1
@loosemore. I try to find humor wherever. I not a racist how ever let me be clear. I do not embrace any race, religion,country, etc that stands against America. Muslims are in that category.
alistairm
alistairm 1
Educate yourself, first by learning how to structure a sentence. Then, by learning how to spell.
WALLACE24
WALLACE24 -1
I'll bet at 40,000 feet with severe aircraft problem everybody would accept the card!
WALLACE24
WALLACE24 -3
Why would a Muslim need an airplane? They have flying carpets.
koyanaasqatsi
A very touching, humorous racist comment. Enjoy yr narrow worldview.
euronorb
euronorb 1
Its not a racist comment, Islam and muslim are not a race.
Maybe Its just coincidence that Emirates are due to start SEATAC March 1st, we dont want to "offend" the radicals.
euronorb
euronorb -3
Hmmmmmmm I wonder If Muslims were the main reason for this decision.
HunterTS4
Toby Sharp -2
well that's good karma.............not

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