Friday Funnies: Reaccommodation

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Chip Bok—Creators Syndicate

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  1. hey. Hey. HEY! This is airplane!

    1. Looool.

  2. Why is that lady wearing wax lips?

  3. Surely you can’t be serious.

  4. If you want a constitutional republic, stay out of airports.

  5. Sorry, but when an individual or a business tells you that you have to vacate their property, you have to vacate their private property. Period, end of story. If you feel that your contractual rights are being violated or you’re being discriminated against in the process, your proper next step is to then seek redress in the court system.

    Basic things like this didn’t need to be explained at Reason magazine in the days before it got infiltrated and hijacked by a bunch of lefty shitbags.

    1. Methinks his case in court will be a bit stronger (and more remunerative) now that he’s been dragged, bleeding, from United’s private property.

      1. You may well be right; his beatdown may prove to be well worth it in the end.

        Doesn’t change the basic truth of a single word I said though.

        1. Similar to a landlord being able to enter his property and evict a tenant at any time, regardless of any prior lease agreement.

          1. Contracts, FTW.

          2. Tenant rights of course vary considerably by state. In some states evicting them can definitely be a real pain in the ass.

            The proper analogy though is that when the sheriff’s department does finally show up and formally give notice that you’re officially being evicted from the landlord’s property, you’d damn well better leave by the deadline. I’ve seen what can happen to people who foolishly don’t leave in time. If you try to physically resist, you have a good chance of getting the living hell beaten out of you by the sheriff’s deputies.

            1. But the eviction is the result of a lawsuit, at which point it’s already been determined who’s in breach of contract. In my mind that’s not a better analogy.

              1. So the aircraft should just sit on the tarmac while all the other passengers wait until a court can adjudicate whether the airline has the right to have a person removed from the flight or not?

                That will never, ever happen.

                1. Or here’s a thought – the Airline could respect that a passenger paid good money for a fucking seat AND good money to be somewhere by purchasing that seat – a somewhere that is important for said passenger’s work. In paying for that seat, the airlines contractually obligated itself to fulfill that purchase to the best of their abilities – and physically removing a paid passenger so one of the airline’s employees can get somewhere is not a fucking excuse.

                  1. Agreed, Marc. Though it is amusing watching DD desperately squirm to find some sort of passable apologia for the cops.

    2. Like a womb, Mikey?

  6. Note the muted tones – bleak, bluish-grays – that paints the dystopian future that Bok has created in this work.

    1. But notice the cop still has a nice pink hue, like a tumescent penis.

      1. Tumescent penis was Mikey’s nickname in college.

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