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EU Approves In-Flight Calling

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Apr 20, 2008, 5:02 PM

Good job

I'm glad to see that the EU has taken this step forward. Hopefully this model will illustrate to the US Democrats that such a concept is usable and a ban on such is only going to be a damper on our already downtrodden economy.
As far as common courtesy is concerned, what is considered as such is different for each and every individual, hence individuality.
A government would be in-line to prohibit an action that could cause harm to another; theft, bodily and mental injuries, etc.
I cannot think a government would be in-line to suggest what activities a person can or cannot do when it has no detrimental effect on another person.
Let me give an example. It irritates me (quite a bit) when someone fails to attempt...

Apr 7, 2008, 9:04 AM

dont do this :(

b/c youwill always have idiots with their loud f'n mouths....i dont care if there are rules...your nto supposed to talk and rant during a movie but people do all the time...so why do it on flights now...damnit
I see people on their phone all the time, I never hear them cause I have my headphones on for the movie.

Would be cool, than I wouln't have to sneak and use my phone
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