As reported by Fox News Insider on December 9, “A 90-year-old survivor of the attack on Pearl Harbor was bumped from a flight to Hawaii where he was headed to be part of an annual remembrance ceremony.”
United Airlines issued this statement:
“Severe weather in the path of United flight 1226 required the flight to carry additional fuel and reduce the number of passengers on board by 41.”
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I’m sorry, but there are some things you just don’t do:
- Spit into the wind
- Leave Reese’s Peanut Butter cups inside the tent in bear country
- Sign up for Obamacare
- Pour Gorilla glue into “Steel Neil’s” football cleats the night of the big homecoming game (trust me on this one)
- Bump a 90 year-old Pearl Harbor vet off a flight to Hawaii in December!
Kudos to United for re-booking Mr. Walt Shatz onto an American Airlines flight some six hours later. But here’s my question: There wasn’t ONE single passenger on the original United flight manifest willing to give up his/her seat for a Pearl Harbor vet en route to an annual remembrance ceremony in Hawaii? What’s with that?