Though they 're disapprovin', Rawhide!"
Tired and saddle weary, all you want to do is rollout your bedroll and grab some shut-eye. It was a tough ride, but you've come through with the best of em, and you've got the bow legs and saddle sores to prove it.
Dude ranch cattle drive?
Just the latest Portland to Seattle shuttle flight.
If you can believe it, the airlines are looking to introduce a new seat to save on leg room, and doesn't it look comfortable? This will allow the already overcrowded flights to be even more...overcrowded.
Looks to me like Steven Slater picked the right time to bail out on JetBlu.
"They'd sit at an angle with no more than 23 inches between their perch and the seat in front of them — a design that could appeal"Their perch? Are these guys kidding?! As if air travel hadn't already sunk to the lowest possible level of discomfort and inconvenience, this is what the boys upstairs have come up with for us. You're gonna sit on a horse saddle for a plane trip.
Come on fellas, even your model is looking pretty darn sceptical. Look at her! What's she thinking? I don't know, but it sure as hell isn't "I wish I could have used one of these." Twenty-three inches?! No way! That girl is doing her darnedest not to bust out laughing!
Put the pilot and co-pilot in these things. Then let's talk.