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Southwest Airlines opens unwelcome chapter: Writers on a plane

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Just when you thought flying couldn’t get any more unpleasant comes this unwelcome bit of information: Southwest Airlines is introducing public readings in the air. According to Slate, an author named Eric Greitens, head of the veterans nonprofit organization The Mission Continues, read and answered questions about his new book “Resilience: Hard-Won Wisdom for Living a Better Life” last week on a Southwest flight from St. Louis to Washington, D.C. (www.latimes.com) More...

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preacher1
preacher1 2
I'm kinda like the writer, a plane is not the place for a reading. You have no place to go if it's something you are not interested in. At home or on the ground, in most cases, you can leave. Similar to a dull monologue from the boss in a meeting you can't get out of.
stevecostello
A.) Do not want.
B.) If you are going to write and article about SWA, how's about using a 737 instead of a Delta MD-88 for the cover shot? Details, people. Details!
preacher1
preacher1 1
I got's a stupid question; with the shot totally black/dark/silhouetted, How can you tell that is a DAL plane and how can you tell it's an MD88?

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