Invisible Plane & Kid’s Swearing Book

  Oh man do I hate this idea. Here’s the plan – a glass bodied plane so travelers can see the sky around them. Are you Effing kidding me?! No thank you. When I’m on a flight,  I like to think I’m actually just sitting in someone’s living room, especially really long flights on massive  planes. After a while, I almost forget I’m in the sky – and that’s a good thing. I don’t need any reminders of where I am, of how vulnerable I am, of how mortal I am.  There is one really cute feature of this plane – they want the passenger’s body heat to power the in flight entertainment. Check it out here…

Oh! If you want to buy that kid’s book called “Go the F— To Sleep” you can do so at —

http://www.amazon.com/Go-F-Sleep-Adam-Mansbach/dp/1617750255

click here ( to see the plane )

Leslie

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