With a name like that, she probably played drums for Prince.
At least two sides to every story and we’ll never get the truth of it.
That would be a stewardess.
Although I suppose a really appalling picture might convince us otherwise.
In a post 9/11 world, if they say that picture-taking is frowned upon on an airliner, then I would just accept that.
I think it comes back to one of my core beliefs: Property rights matter. The airliner is owned by a company. The company doesn't want you to take pictures. That's the end of it. It's their property.
The lunch counter sit-ins of the 1950s convinced a lot of people that a "customer" can walk into a place of business and do pretty much anything they want, while the property owner has no business saying "Get out! I don't want you here!" This, in my opinion, was a terrible precendent established during the Civil Rights era.
It's their place; follow their rules.
I'm a frequent traveler and amateur photographer. I reserve the right to photograph public settings, unless advised not to by security authorities. Sandy should expect no less.
The request to not photograph here is purely arbitrary, to suit the wish of the person being photograph.
Go big Sandy.
The passenger made the mistake of being too obvious in taking the picture of the name tag. With today’s tech toys, no one need know you’re taking a picture.
Absolute power corrupts absolutely.