Tuesday, May 17, 2005


An Italian airliner was diverted to Bangor, Maine, before finally being permitted to land in Boston, its original destination. Seems that once again, some dangerous person (like Cat Stevens?) had a name that matched up to the US government's "no-fly list," and they determined after the flight had already departed for Boston that this person possibly represented a hazard to the United States of America. Of course, this has already happened several times, and I find myself wondering one thing.

Shouldn't they just call the "no-fly list" the "no-land list?"


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