Old Apr 17, 17, 6:00 am
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Originally Posted by Carl Johnson View Post
OK, what about this. Suppose there is a tour group of youthful pool players on the airplane, as well as members of a boys' band. The band boards the airplane, and once boarded they consist of 75 trombones with 110 cornets close at hand. One trombone short, with all confirmed passengers boarded and no empty seats. One trombone is on standby, and doesn't clear. Shouldn't the airline be entitled to re-accommodate one of the pool players, in order to make room for a 76th trombone?
Sounds like there would be trouble in River City...
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