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Please, please, please...take off your backpack while boarding

Please, please, please...take off your backpack while boarding

Old Jan 27, 2012, 4:50 pm
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I carry a backpack and a CPAP, travel frequently over many miles each ear, and hardly consider myself a "Kettle". That being said, it's best to take that baby off at the door and carry it in front of you so you don't become a menace to the folks in the aisle seats.

Smaller backpacks aren't as much of a problem; it's those behemoths that people have packed a week's worth of clothes in, a computer or two, food for their row, etc. etc. that stick out a good foot or two from their backs that I find the most dangerous.
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Old Jan 27, 2012, 6:56 pm
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The backpacks are almost as bad as the large handbags ladies carry on their shoulder while carrying other stuff in their hands - hitting just about every passenger they pass right in the face.
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Old Jan 27, 2012, 11:14 pm
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We all deserve to have sufficient space.. so if someone unknowingly flips the backpack into private spatial area.. then I would fend the backpack off
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