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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ
CRAZY IDEA: If you refuse to move when a flight attendant tells you to get up, you should expect bad things to happen.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 10 Apr 17
Replying to @DanielMiessler
Absolutely agree that United's mistake should not have resulted in asking people to get off the plane, but THAT should have been the story.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 10 Apr 17
Replying to @DanielMiessler
When you refuse to get off of a commercial airplane, you've become the problem, not the staff. Two separate issues---don't conflate them.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 10 Apr 17
Replying to @r13mann @united
100% agree. But if you refuse to do what an attendant tells you to do, on on a commercial airplane, you should expect to be injured.
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joyce dewitt meals 11 Apr 17
You, sir, have a mindset that accepts violence as response. Apparently you're lacking verbal skills necessary for discussion instead.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 10 Apr 17
Replying to @DanielMiessler
I also agree that this was executed in messed up way, but it sounds like this person thought they were special and didn't need to respond.
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Genetically Modified 大学院生 11 Apr 17
Replying to @DanielMiessler
Objectively speaking, they were. They had patients at a hospital to see the next day.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 11 Apr 17
If you're on private property, the owner asks you to leave, calls the police, and the police show up, what happens if you don't?
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Just Joan 11 Apr 17
They sold him a seat on that flight. Not sure it remains in the private property category.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 10 Apr 17
Replying to @Trevor_0 @nasboat
Also, forget about the flight attendants. The police showed up and told him to get up as well. He said no, and grabbed the chair.
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ᴅᴀɴɪᴇʟ ᴍɪᴇssʟᴇʀ 10 Apr 17
Replying to @r13mann @united
1000% agree. They're the cause of the mess.
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