Sep 30th 2010 5:25PM There's just no excuse for being that rude. Michael Bolton had family there watching that show...he's not a dancer...but I'll bet they knew he would boost their ratings because of his celebrity status. Shame on them. What an awful message to send to children watching that show. I'm really disapponted and I'm not going to make a real effort to watch it anymore, I don't care what ANY of you say. It makes me feel uncomfortable for the guests...
Aug 25th 2010 3:33PM You've got to be kidding! That is NOT what the first lady of the United States should be wearing ... anywhere! Maybe in the privacy of her own home, but not out in public. Kudos to the President for his good taste in attire..
Aug 6th 2009 5:26PM What a wonderful, "feel good" story! Susan Boyle looks adorable! I love reading about ordinary people who have a chance to enjoy life doing what they really love!
Jul 17th 2008 10:37AM Oh my God! What is wrong with people that they feel as though they have to complain about everything? Why can't you just say "no" your bag is a bit too heavy to life so we'll just check it for you?" Maybe another passenger will hear and offer to help? If it can't be done, just politely tell the passenger that you'd be happy to check it for them. Period. I flew for TWA in the 70's and 80's and I would never have thought of being rude to a passenger - what we did was all about customer service. We were young, pleasant, had a neat appearance and acted as though we were always happy to see everyone! That was part of what we got paid to do. We were representatives of TWA. We served a choice of 3 hot meals with drinks on the trays and carried them out in record time - and we constantly picked us trash without using a nasty TRASH BAG! No one had to lean over their neighbor with their dirty cups and napkins! It's changed so very much - where's the customer service? Where's the offer to help with bags, pillows, blankets, magazines or even a friendly chat with someone? It's time for some of you old flight attendants to retire - you've been doing this job for way too long and it shows.
Jul 12th 2008 3:23PM I don't care what color your skin is, nasty and mean is just what it is! She's lucky to have gotten as far as she has. The papparazzi needs to stop giving her that extra "15" minutes of fame - and I use that term loosely!!
Apr 10th 2007 11:12PM Thanks, Mike, posted at 9:36 on April 10, are there any more like you out there?! What a wonderful spirit you have and such a true perspective on what is most important in life! You have one lucky girlfriend! Thanks for the uplifting moment!