Old Jun 20, 17, 4:54 am
  #6  
nmh1204
 
Join Date: Jan 2014
Posts: 416
Originally Posted by Giggleswick View Post
Whereas dads will, of course, be either more reasonable or better informed?
No, but most of the posts on here about parents demanding to sit next to their kids are about mums.

Originally Posted by CPRich View Post
What are you thinking the difference is (other than the correct spelling?). There aren't barriers between airline seats as is the difference in hotel rooms.

It also says "to the maximum extent practicable", not just "whenever 'practicable'"
Adjacent doesn't have to mean touching, directly next to. And I didn't say whenever, I said wherever. Yes, the law says maximum extent practicable, but there's not always going to be an option that's practicable, hence I said wherever.
nmh1204 is offline