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Thought I'd start a thread where facts don't rule....just opinions.
I was on a flight recently on an airline that typically hands out little bags of peanuts and pretzels.
But on this particular flight, they didn't hand out any peanuts. When I asked why, the attendant told me it was because there was someone with a peanut allergy on-board.
Thankfully, I had my own peanuts in my carry-on!
If your child wants a peanut butter & jelly sandwich to bring to school, then by all means, your child should get to bring a classic P&J sammich to school.
Let us not be ruled by tyranny of the minority.
Seriously you start a thread about peanuts on a plane or lack there of. Why couldn't there have been a snake on the plane under your seat to bite you on the azz? What about that women suing southwest airlines for $800K for giving her a cup of tea that was to hot. She spilled it and burnt herself. Her lawyer said the tea was to hot for the airline industry.
Peanut Allergy People should not eat peanuts, I can't recall ever smelling peanuts unless I stuck one up my nose but of course I could be wrong.
"do you smell something"
"yes, i think it's peanuts"
"this is the captain speaking, please put on your seat belts, we're going to crash"
Co-Pilot To Captain:
Its just being safe Harry. You honestly think if there are instances of people having allergic reactions to peanuts even from the slightest contact, the company won't take extreme measures to protect them from suits?
Any smart business would be wise to make this election, or I'm sure they won't be in business very long. With that being said, as the thread starter mentioned, he managed to sneak peanuts on the plane. I think the better question is what are the flight companies going to do about that, if this is the case indeed? Are companies going to begin taking legal action against people that "smuggle" peanuts on planes now?
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