You know the rules of the road going in

Our friend Keith writes of the most recent incidence of extreme greed and arrogance, and the price many people had to pay for the idiocy of one person. Thank you, Keith for reminding us who we DON’T want to be!

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Last week, an airplane departing from Miami headed to London had to turn around after 500 miles due to an unruly first-class passenger who refused to wear a mask. The first-class ticket may have given a sense of entitlement or maybe the free drinks unleashed his inner jerk, but yet another plane had issues with a passenger. It should be noted being a jerk is not restricted to first-class as a plane has many passengers

What is frustrating to all of the other passengers is you know the rules of the road before you get on the plane, so all one has to do is abide by them. If a store says no shoes, no service, one should not be surprised if they get no service. If a club says a tie is required, one should not be surprised if the Maitre’d walks up with a selection of ties to…

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  3. Words worth remembering are found in Theodore Roosevelt’s annual message to Congress on Dec. 7, 1903 : No man is above the law or below it; nor do we ask any man’s permission when we require him to obey it. Obedience to the law is demanded as a right; not asked as a favor.” WHAK!! Thank-you!

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  4. I was THRILLED to death that the Australian government sent Novak Djokovic, the Serbian 8-Time Champion of the Australian Open tennis tournament and world-ranked #1 Men’s player home… for the same type of arrogant self-perceived entitlement that you are the exception to apriori rules.

    Very well done Keith! 🙂

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