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Feb 19th 2010 6:07PM And then if u refuse to deplane until further travel arrangements are confirmed, you get arrested for being disruptive, right? There is a saying that a satisfied customer will tell 1-2 people, a dissatisfied customer will tell 10-12 people. Hopefully, each of these passengers tells at least 12 and they tell people, and so on so this airline will be forced out of business. Even if it is in your fine print, the good business decision would be to make sure these people had some transportation. That's ridiculous
Oct 15th 2009 4:45AM I haven't yet seen the movie, I definitely plan to. It almost seems, though, from reading such conflicting comments, that there is something subliminal going on with the movie. Maybe the bored audiences just didn't get the film with them in it or something. It would be an awesome way to study human behaviors!
Mar 15th 2009 11:45AM Wow, I live in Texas and usually manage to go to Six Flags in Arlington and San Antonio at least a couple times a year. I have noticed in the last couple years the lines have disappeared. The one in Arlington has put up lockers that cost $1 every time you use them and you are no longer allowed to set your drinks or sunglasses near the exit of the ride. It has made my family drink only water(free so we throw it away when we get on a ride) and we now only carry what we can fit in our pockets into the park. Other than that, security seems to keep pretty good control over stuff. Any large city where you group alot of teenagers together will see a few problems, but I've never felt threatened. As far as the prices go, it's less than a Seaworld one day ticket for a season pass good for any Six Flags park. I can't imagine their insurance premium alone, let alone maintenance, upkeep, etc. As far as food goes, we usually bring a picnic and the parks have a picnic area outside the park(you get a stamp for reentry), so we seldom spend the high prices for the food.