Get Your Hands Off Of Me

People are upset with United Airlines for dragging a customer up the aisle to evict him, but we’re “dragged up the aisle” every day by banks that are charging nickel and dime nuisance fees, airlines charging for baggage (they made $4 billion on this last year, a charge that didn’t exist several years ago), and health care copays.

Why are we only upset when it’s egregious? Dragging is dragging….

One thought on “Get Your Hands Off Of Me

  1. I think people have become desensitized to the indecency of what “business and usual” has become. It literally takes someone getting beatten into a pulp for people to say: “hmmm… I don’t think thats OK”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

3 − 2 =


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.