A Real Life Airplane Seating Chart

I don't know about you guys, but this seems so darn realistic. It certainly applies to every time I've been stuck on a plane.

Link Via Laughing Squid

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When I flew to Europe, the front-most seats were reserved for older people or people with disabilities.

Anyway, reclined seats don't bother me anywhere near as much as turbulence does.
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If you're tall, buy your seat online in advance, and request a front row seat with nothing in front of you. I did it, it's not a big deal, or complicated. If you get last minute tickets and don't get the seat you want, ask someone to change, or talk to the flight attendants and see if they'll get someone to change with you.

Being tall doesn't mean you can't fly, it just means you have to be smarter than the midgets.
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As a tall person, I always hate it when the seat in front of me is fully reclined, which happens more often than not. I know I'll probably start a flame war, as comments ont his subject can often get quite heated.
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