Ah, Friday night. The most wonderful night of the week, the end of a long work week still fresh in our minds and the anticipation of the weekend ahead; pizza and a Netflix DVD of Ultraman. Does it get any better? Yes, because as you may remember, the wife and I are making that little jaunt to Europe this weekend to attend a little private affair with some good friends of ours. But I won't bore you with the details.
So have you seen that the puritan airline attendant who tossed our lactating hero, Emily Gillette, off a Freedom Airlines commuter flight has been...disciplined?
Spokesman, Paul Skellon would not give specifics as to the type of discipline the flight attended would receive, however our sources have obtained the following e-mail excerpt:
Dear Ms. ____insert name of malefactor_____; In the future we would appreciate it if you would no longer practice your puritanical beliefs on company time. In case you haven’t realized it, we’re living in a new millennium, where breast-feeding in public is not only allowed but encouraged. It's considered a beautiful thing. Yes we in middle-management realize that this act might be repulsive to some people, particularly if the breast-feeder in question is a fuglie. However, you must appreciate the position in which we, as management, are placed as a result of this negative press. We are forced to make public apologies, fabricate disciplinary e-mails and suffer jibes at the hands of idiot bloggers world wide.
It goes on, but frankly it gets boring once the lawyers got involved. Suffice it to say, I think she's learned her lesson. Lactaters 1 - Puritans 0.
Have a good weekend. We'll give TomKat your best...oops, I wasn't supposed to say anything. Oh well, the tomkat's out of the bag now. I'll be sure to report in with details...