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27th Apr '18 8:14:55 AM Glide08
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*** YMMV on that one. While this describes [[WeAllLiveInAmerica intra-U.S. flights]] accurately, it's still a big spectrum with lots of variance. One surprising airline on the opposite extreme of that spectrum is El-Al: It installs expensive missile defense systems [[TheresNoKillLikeOverkill on board all of its planes]], [[CrazyPrepared something no other airline does]], and yet, there's it still has enough spare money to offer free hot meals for ''all'' passengers on ''all'' flights. Given the average Israeli's tastes and El-Al's relatively palatial fleet choices[[note]]On a Tel Aviv to Paris flight, for example, Air France will only offer your typical intra-European fare - Narrow-Body A320, Overhead TV, Buisness Class is little more than Economy with prioritized service and a table replacing the middle seat. El Al, however, handles the Paris route with their long-haul 777s (plus the occassional 747 or 787) - the same 777s they use for Trans-Atlantic flights - half the time, and even the 737s and 767s they use the other half have an actual buisness class.[[/note]], that's not gonna change soon.

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*** YMMV on that one. While this describes [[WeAllLiveInAmerica intra-U.S. flights]] accurately, it's still a big spectrum with lots of variance. One surprising airline on the opposite extreme of that spectrum is El-Al: It installs expensive missile defense systems [[TheresNoKillLikeOverkill on board all of its planes]], [[CrazyPrepared something no other airline does]], and yet, there's it still has enough spare money to offer free hot meals for ''all'' passengers on ''all'' flights. Given the average Israeli's tastes and El-Al's relatively palatial fleet choices[[note]]On a Tel Aviv to Paris flight, for example, Air France will only offer your typical intra-European fare - Narrow-Body A320, Overhead TV, Buisness Class is little more than Economy with prioritized service and a table replacing the middle seat. El Al, however, handles the Paris route with their long-haul 777s (plus the occassional 747 or 787) - the same 777s they use for Trans-Atlantic flights - half the time, and even the 737s and 767s they use the other half have an actual buisness class.[[/note]], that's not gonna change soon.
27th Apr '18 7:36:26 AM Glide08
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*** YMMV on that one. While this describes [[WeAllLiveInAmerica intra-U.S. flights]] accurately, it's still a big spectrum with lots of variance. One surprising airline on the opposite extreme of that spectrum is El-Al: It installs expensive missile defense systems [[TheresNoKillLikeOverkill on board all of its planes]], [[CrazyPrepared something no other airline does]], and yet, there's it still has enough spare money to offer free hot meals for ''all'' passengers on ''all'' flights. Given the average Israeli's tastes and El-Al's relatively palatial fleet choices [[note]]On a Tel Aviv to Paris flight, for example, Air France will only offer your typical intra-European fare - Narrow-Body A320, Overhead TV, no First Class, Buisness is little more than Economy with prioritized service and a table replacing the middle seat. El Al, on the other hand, handles the Paris route both with the 737s and 767s they send to most European Destinations, as well as 777s (plus the occassional 747 or 787) from its long-haul fleet.[[/note]], that's not gonna change soon.

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*** YMMV on that one. While this describes [[WeAllLiveInAmerica intra-U.S. flights]] accurately, it's still a big spectrum with lots of variance. One surprising airline on the opposite extreme of that spectrum is El-Al: It installs expensive missile defense systems [[TheresNoKillLikeOverkill on board all of its planes]], [[CrazyPrepared something no other airline does]], and yet, there's it still has enough spare money to offer free hot meals for ''all'' passengers on ''all'' flights. Given the average Israeli's tastes and El-Al's relatively palatial fleet choices [[note]]On choices[[note]]On a Tel Aviv to Paris flight, for example, Air France will only offer your typical intra-European fare - Narrow-Body A320, Overhead TV, no First Class, Buisness Class is little more than Economy with prioritized service and a table replacing the middle seat. El Al, on the other hand, however, handles the Paris route both with the 737s and 767s they send to most European Destinations, as well as their long-haul 777s (plus the occassional 747 or 787) from its long-haul fleet.- the same 777s they use for Trans-Atlantic flights - half the time, and even the 737s and 767s they use the other half have an actual buisness class.[[/note]], that's not gonna change soon.
27th Apr '18 7:22:18 AM Glide08
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*** YMMV on that one. While this describes [[WeAllLiveInAmerica intra-U.S. flights]] accurately, it's still a big spectrum with lots of variance. One surprising airline on the opposite extreme of that spectrum is El-Al: It installs expensive missile defense systems [[TheresNoKillLikeOverkill on board all of its planes]], [[CrazyPrepared something no other airline does]], and yet, there's it still has enough spare money to offer free hot meals for ''all'' passengers on ''all'' flights.

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*** YMMV on that one. While this describes [[WeAllLiveInAmerica intra-U.S. flights]] accurately, it's still a big spectrum with lots of variance. One surprising airline on the opposite extreme of that spectrum is El-Al: It installs expensive missile defense systems [[TheresNoKillLikeOverkill on board all of its planes]], [[CrazyPrepared something no other airline does]], and yet, there's it still has enough spare money to offer free hot meals for ''all'' passengers on ''all'' flights. Given the average Israeli's tastes and El-Al's relatively palatial fleet choices [[note]]On a Tel Aviv to Paris flight, for example, Air France will only offer your typical intra-European fare - Narrow-Body A320, Overhead TV, no First Class, Buisness is little more than Economy with prioritized service and a table replacing the middle seat. El Al, on the other hand, handles the Paris route both with the 737s and 767s they send to most European Destinations, as well as 777s (plus the occassional 747 or 787) from its long-haul fleet.[[/note]], that's not gonna change soon.
27th Apr '18 7:03:22 AM Glide08
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27th Apr '18 6:47:01 AM Glide08
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*** YMMV on that one. While this describes [[WeAllLiveInAmerica intra-U.S. flights]] accurately, it's still a big spectrum with lots of variance. One surprising airline on the opposite extreme of that spectrum is El-Al: It installs expensive missile defense systems [[TheresNoKillLikeOverkill on board all of its planes]], [[CrazyPrepared something no other airline does]], and yet, there's it still has enough spare money to offer free hot meals for ''all'' passengers on ''all'' flights.
6th Mar '18 2:02:18 AM AmuckCricetine
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** Parodied in TheSimpsons with Rainier "[=McBain=]" Wolfcastle's "Why do men leave the toilet seat up?...[[DontExplainTheJoke That's the joke]]."

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** Parodied in TheSimpsons ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' with Rainier "[=McBain=]" Wolfcastle's "Why do men leave the toilet seat up?...[[DontExplainTheJoke That's the joke]]."
4th Mar '18 4:50:01 PM nombretomado
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* Kids saying the darndest things. Summed up by StewartLee as "Some of the things kids say are mad though. It's like they can only understand the world from the perspective of a child"

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* Kids saying the darndest things. Summed up by StewartLee Creator/StewartLee as "Some of the things kids say are mad though. It's like they can only understand the world from the perspective of a child"
8th Dec '17 1:18:52 AM meanmetalmario
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** A priest, a rabbi, and an ostrich walk into a bar. The bartender says, "What is this, some kinda joke?"
21st Oct '17 8:43:04 AM ironballs16
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* "[[OutsideJoke Why don't they just make the planes out of the black box material?]]" [[labelnote:Because...]]It would be too heavy to fly, and an unbreakable plane [[NotTheFallThatKillsYou wouldn't help all those poor breakable folks inside anyway]].[[/labelnote]]

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* "[[OutsideJoke Why don't they just make the planes out of the black box material?]]" [[labelnote:Because...]]It ]][[WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents It would be too heavy to fly, fly]], and an unbreakable plane [[NotTheFallThatKillsYou wouldn't help all those poor breakable folks inside anyway]].[[/labelnote]]
3rd Oct '17 11:16:06 AM jasonbres
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-> [[TheStinger Thank you! I'll be here all night, folks!]]

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-> [[TheStinger Thank you! I'll be here all night, folks!]] folks! Don't forget to tip your waitresses! And try the veal!]]
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