Thursday, October 6, 2005


Oregon woman kicked off flight in Reno over offensive shirt

`A Portland woman’s flight home was stopped short in Reno, all because the message on the T-shirt she was wearing.

Lorrie Heasley claims it’s a freedom of speech privilege, but airline officials say the message brings safety concerns.

Heasley, “There are bigger problems in the country, I can’t believe people can be so petty.” [..]

The shirt had pictures of members of the Bush Administration, and a phrase based on the movie “Meet the Fockers,” but with one crucial vowel changed.’

Can you guess the vowel? I’ll give you a hint – it wasn’t an “e”. 🙂

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