Time for a change (Score: 1) by email@example.com on 2015-05-04 16:22 (#8BZY) we're getting to the point where cargo of any sort, not just dangerous cargo, is going to simply have to go on a dedicated flight rather than on a flight with passengers. And for that matter, we're not far away from the point where you are going to go the airport, have a full body cavity search, step into a hospital gown, and be tranquilized into a light stupor before the plane takes off. Only way to thwart those terrorists, and as a happy side effect, nearly-comotose people don't need to watch movies, make filthy messes of the bathroom, or demand snacks and drinks. Win-win! Re: Time for a change (Score: 1) by firstname.lastname@example.org on 2015-05-04 23:32 (#8CPX) If I could be tranquilized, for free, for the entire flight, I might fly more often. The movies, snacks, etc. are just a distraction from how horrible being stuffed like sardines into a flying can for several hours really is.I've flown first class once, and it was brilliant. If I were rich, I'd take that route every time. Until then, sign me up for the tranquilizers. Re: Time for a change (Score: 1) by email@example.com on 2015-05-06 10:53 (#8G0A) The trouble with flying business or first class is that you can never forget it. Coach class sucks.