Teacher Inquisitiveness: “It was the blind leading the blind!”
Recently, I was at LaGuardia airport ready to board a plane to Minneapolis. It was September 11, 2008. I hoped this would be a routine flight.
But what caught my attention was the gate attendant for a flight to Dallas who announced a limitation on the number of passengers able to fly.
“Flight 335 from New York to Dallas will be limited to 130 passengers. All those who can delay their flight plans will be provided with a coupon worth $300 anywhere in the United States. Please see me at the counter.”
Now, that's odd, I thought. Why are they limiting the flight to a certain number of passengers? Does it have to do ...