Family Kicked Off Flight For Unruly Kids

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This must have been one honey of a flight.
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Male 7
wtf lol she is

so stupid that fat bitch
with autistic kids
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Male 1,002
Can`t spell Slaughter without Laughter!
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Male 52
Silly fatty can`t control her kids
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Female 74
ya if i was in that family i would die. they practically scream "i`m lovin` it." i like real food, thanks.
i believe that perhaps the parents should have tried harder to control their children, and the airline should have not been so harsh. they both have their responsibilities. lol. slaughter.
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Female 779
That woman should teach her children manners. Thankfully being booted off the plane was a good lesson for the youngsters, one that their parents who are too busy eating KFC to teach.
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Female 360
At the end, didn`t the guy say they were bought McDonald`s happy meals?
Just what that fat bitch needs: more Mcy` D`s.
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Female 1,545
lol I love that the airlines (worth billions of dollars) bought the family McDonalds.

I wonder if the family requested McDonalds or if the airline was just too cheap.

I`m betting on the former :)

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Male 788
You know whose getting backhanded tonight! hahaha and McDonalds? don`t you tihnk some of those people re a little to OBESE?!?
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Male 238
the airline must have tried to save fuel by kicking them off the flight
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Male 33
one kid with CP and another with autism?

even if CP itself isnt geneticly-linked, its possible whatever caused it is...


Doesn`t it scream inbred middle-american 1st cousin marriage stereotype to anybody else?

On a more serious note:

"F*ck those kids and every family that has kids like em."

Im pretty sure Adolf Hitler had a view not dissimilar to yours, you elitist thug.

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Male 592
::cough:: ::cough:: whitetrash ::cough::
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Male 44
More and more parents just let their [email protected] kids run amok with zero supervision and could care less if they disturb everyone in their vicinity. F*ck those kids and every family that has kids like em. This needs to happen more often on airlines.
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Female 34
I`m proud to be an american!
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Male 143
^^
well jojoabobo... like they say... you can`t have slaughter without laughter ;)
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Female 278
haha the first ladys last name was slaughter... i laughed

what the hell? those kids must be unco to get kicked off a plane!

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Male 2,788
they sounded SO ANNOYING...
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Female 362
I think the flight crew were right in what they did. They were being disruptive and bothering other passengers. The fat ass should have brought something for the kids to do or kept them straped in the seats. If you cant control your kids then dont take them anywhere.
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Female 209
They have no heart, you have no teeth, your last name is Slaughter soooo.... some one must die to complete at least one person who can take this plane trip
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Male 266
Ugh what a nasty bitch. Stop having kids, obviously you`re not meant to produce any. Learn toothless hick of a sister off the news. I`m so glad they got kicked off.

Who the hell travels without any money? With a family no less? Retards.

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Female 192
*cough* trailer trash.

either way, i feel bad for them.

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Male 191
Oh yeah, thats a giagantic bitch.
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Male 191
hmm.. most of the kids have some disease...I bet one of them is a retard.... are the parents related to each other? )-|
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Male 62
Did those kids really <i>need</i> the free mcdonalds?
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Male 340
id hate to be on a plane with a bunch of fat retards running around and being obnoxious. its the parents fault for not keeping the kids under control but then again they were prolly to fat to get up and make the kids stay in their seats.. or just to busy eating
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kinda agree with the airlines
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Female 101
maybe SWairlines blamed it on the kids because it was really the fact that her weight was making it harder to fly. you know with higher gas prices how they make you pay for extra baggage? well she had plenty. they should make fat people pay more.

just a thought.

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Female 101
ewwwwwwwwwwww she nastyyy
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Male 58
Yup... that`s white trash michigan for ya.
Parents need to start beating their kids and making them go outside and play. Those kids were all way too fat - in fact, the whole family (save the skinny crackhead sister/mom/whatever were chunkers, lazy, stupid, inbred, and plain ignorant.

I wouldn`t have even allowed them on my plane to begin with if I owned the airline.
Show some respect for yourself if you expect it from others.

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Female 1,260
I`ve been on flights where a little kid is either sitting apart from his parents (why?) or the parent just doesn`t pay attention. One kid kept pushing on the back of my seat with his feet and then rolling his tonka truck on top of my head...not for long though. I waited for his mom to say something and when she didn`t, I did...I told him if he didn`t stop misbehaving that I was going to have the pilot land the plane and take him off and spank him! His mother never blinked an eye and the kid left me alone.
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Female 1,260
I cannot believe how many people are focusing on the fact that the mother is overweight instead of the real issue...she should have given the flight attendants a `heads up` about the autistic boy and the girl with CP and that this was the first plane ride for all of the kids. Maybe the FA`s would have been a little more understanding. Also would probably have helped ALOT if the mother had brought things for the kids to keep busy with...we always did that with ours. Crayons, coloring books, comics, whatever. I don`t know how much discipline was going on with the mom and the aunt but that IS the job of a parent...not the flight attendants...and the kids should have been talked to by mom before the flight about what was expected of them and how to behave! If you have no control over your kids then you should strap those brats in their seats and tell them that if they get out of their seat to do anything other than use the restroom (once or twice) then there will be hell to pay!
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Male 375
Pilanus, don`t be mad because they come from the same trailer park park that you live in. They are fat and inbred trash and no one wants to deal with someone elses kids. Her kids probably wouldn`t be handicapped they weren`t inbred and she didn`t do meth while pregnant. You disgust me you hillbilly. Go f*ck your sister!!!

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Female 32
Good for Southwest. I`ve flown ALOT and I`ve been on flights with horrendous, undisciplined children AND adults. If you`ve ever been crammed on a plane for 4 or 5 hours with screaming banshees, you will agree with Southwest`s decision. And quit using "ailments" as an excuse for bad behavior. I had ADD as a child (and still have it as an adult to a degree) and you know how my dad solved it? He beat it out of me. MADE me learn to sit still and be quiet. It`s all about self discipline. And yes, the concept of self discipline applies to a grossly overweight white trash mother, idiot children, and a pregnant sister. Learn to accept responsibility for yourself and your actions. And on a side note, who was desperate enought to knock up THAT sister up and did they do it with the lights off?
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Male 1
If they don`t have any money, then where did they get 2000.00 dollars for more plane tickets.

Should have kicked them off the plane while it was still in flight. It when losers breed.

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Male 1,766
BS this lady`s kids did more then just get out of their seat stupid inbred hicks
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Female 215
I have an autistic cousin who has quite a short attention span too, but he knows when it`s time to play and when it`s time to sit down and be quiet. Quit using this as an excuse... you CAN control your child if he or she has autism, it`s just harder to get them to learn.

Also, no one mentioned anything about the other two, non-impared kids. If they had explained to the flight crew that two of their children had autism and CP, then fine, but I`m betting the other two were being brats.

People nowadays let their kids get away with anything. I work as a cashier at Wal-mart through college, and if I did half the stuff those kids do, I wouldn`t be able to sit down for a month. Don`t breed if you suck at parenting.

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Male 674
you people are sick, she gets kicked off a flight because her mentally handicapped children are incapable of controlling themselves, and all you can do is call them fat and inbred..

you disgust me.

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Female 532
Jesus... Slaughter?...and I thought MY surname was bad.

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Female 53
Ew, the sister was ugly D: It`s their fault that the kids were acting like that. They should have spanked them and told them to sit down, it`s what my parents would have done < <
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Female 41
I am so sick of hearing people say "i have a disability, i should be treated special" and in the same breath "i just want to be treated like everyone else". Grow up, be a responsible parent, and if your children don`t behave, smack `em. There is no reason to treat anyone with ANY kind of disability differently than everyone else. They should`ve been kicked off. That`s one reason I will not fly, too many crazy people out there and their unruly kids.
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Male 285
Ok I totally want the last name Slaughter.

This had everything. A lesbian, an obese woman, annoying children, `The Slaughter Family`. My gosh, we`re going to see this at the box office in a few years.

Alright, come and gone has my failed attempt at humour. Kids are kids, but if you know they can`t behave, try to teach them first and if you can`t do that, don`t take `em on an airplane k?

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Male 38
her last name was slaughter???
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Female 80
it was all an excuse to save on fuel costs!!
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Female 488
white trash scum.
control your frigging kids, you`re not different from anyone else.
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Female 1,380
isnt there like a contract when you buy the tickets?
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Male 4
dratwads. I was diagnosed with autism and ADHD when I was 8 and I never used that as an excuse. They need to get the drat over it and stop bitching.
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Female 128
Ayull said "Besides all of that, would you want to sit beside them? The public has a right to be protected from exposure to stupid, rude, ignorant, entitled and genetically disadvantaged hillbilly types.

Maybe they should have their own section..."

Yeah...in baggage.

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Female 128
Ok I`m gonna be a b*tch for a minute...
Four kids, one`s autistic, another`s got CP...
STOP F*CKING YOUR COUSINS!!!!
And that grandmother looked rather mannish...
And that sister, who`s pregnant (sigh), looked like a human rake. I should shove her on her belly, grab her feet and pull--I`d have my lawn cleaned up in no time in the fall.

OK, I`m done being a b*tch now.

I do agree that stupid SW airlines should`ve given them travel vouchers, cuz leaving them stranded is friggin ridiculous.

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Female 183
What a beautiful family.
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Female 109
I have no sympathy for this family. It`s incredibly rude to let your children wander all around the plane and be as loud as they want to be. If I ever do get up the guts to travel by plane (highly unlikely - one of my biggest fears), I know which airline to take.
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Male 3,058
Wow... lots more discussion since last night...

First, I MUST say that the Southwest was correct in removing them from the flight. For those that have never flown, the coach sections of commercial aircraft are normally VERY confined spaces. ANYONE continually getting up and walking around the aircraft is going to be a nuisance. If the person doing it is an unruly child, it`s that much worse. Other passengers are usually quite tolerant of MINOR issues BECAUSE it is such a confined space. For the cabin crew that no longer had to deal with them to make the decision to recommend that they not be allowed to continue their journey tells me that these kids were WAY out of line.

Second, for those that have never flown Southwest, let me tell you that as an airline, Southwest is comparable to the seventh level of hell. Yes, they had the right to interrupt their travel if the kids were uncontrollable. At the very least they should have fed them, and placed them on the next possible flight.

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Female 529
You have to consider the children`s safety as well. If they are incapable of staying seated (and belted in) what happens when the plane hits turbulence and they start flying around the cabin into hard objects or other passengers? Who wants a kid with his head split open or a broken spine?

I bet the parents let the kid stand up in the front seat of the car as well.

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Female 4,225
Wow, that lady was HUUGGGGEEEE!!!!!

Sedcoond, at least TRY to conrol them

Third, since when are kids with disabilities a tghreat?

Besides, I`ve been on planes with crying babies and all that such. Not the best thinbg ever to listen to screaming babies...and having your seat kicked by a three tewar old...but unfortunetly we have to deal with it.

The thing is, the three year olds- they don`t really know better so for the whole flight you have to deal with it.

Otherwise, I like flying. I just wish I had a summer vscation this summer...so bored

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Female 529
Grandma looks like a man.
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Male 15
They are inbred hill billys. They shouldn`t be leaving their trailors.
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Female 25
And this is what happens when parents are more concerned with being their kids` best friends rather than parents. Working in a restaurant, I see some unbelievable things when kids come in--from the parents allowing the kids to throw food, scream, and in one case the kid left the table entirely and walked around unsupervised.

I don`t feel bad for them whatsoever. If you are taking your kids out into public, be a PARENT and discipline them when they are acting out. When I was little, my parents told me that if I didn`t behave the next time the family went out to eat, I`d be at home with a babysitter.

It all comes down to the parent actually being a parent and having a backbone.

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Female 511
I can almost guarantee you that if I had been on that plane I would have been CHEERING when that crew of slack-jawed yokels got the boot. The comfort and safety of everyone else on that plane means tough s**t for this family and I don`t feel the least bit sorry for them.
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Male 207
3 - Consider, if you are on a flight and someone has a panic attack, you would accept their removal from the flight. This is no different.
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-yes I would accept their removal from the plane.

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Male 27
one autistic and one CP kid?

This is why it`s not a good idea for cousins to marry.

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Male 45
lol @ the walmart post

and yes they should have been kicked off the flight, the problem with people these days is they think they have way more rights than they do. You do not have the right to not be kicked off a flight no matter how much you drat around.

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Male 11,739
GOOD! It`s about time the airlines do something about annoying people like that. I don`t feel sorry for them at all. The only "exception" was the autistic child. But she should`ve taken steps to make sure he`d be able to deal with the experience. Cerebral Palsey isn`t an excuse for unruly behavior and the other kids had no excuse either.

You can just tell that these people are low class, the adults probably did nothing to control the kids. They probably just sat around yakking and eating while the kids terrorized the rest of the passengers. I`m so glad the airline took action and made them get off.

My kids have flown and they`re never like that. They get a little restless but they don`t bother other passengers.

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Female 35
All arguments aside, waa waaa waa her kids were this or that, "white trash poster family" whether or not she deserved that treatment. I know for one had I been on that plane I would`ve shoved them out the door myself. I can only imagine what that nightmare was like, I would love to hear from the passengers I am sure half of them are in Critical incident stress debriefing and on medication as I write this.
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Male 32
Ayull, you forgot about how they offer to tune your banjo for 1.00$ during mid-flight. Also if you want to listen to music, it`s always a backyard jug band. :-)

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Male 239
"What does it matter what a person looks like? My God, is it any of anyone`s business? We`re just living inside shells, what matters is the person on the inside"

That arguement doesn`t wash with me. Sure, she`s huge, and sure you can be obese without being a retard, but that was a family of fat retards. The kids aren`t the problem. The adults are the ones who should be responsible, and teach their kids to behave. Well, they learned that there are consiquences for their actions - and I applaud the airline for kicking those fat morons off the plane. I mean think of the environmental impact - the fuel consumption on that flight must have been halved for the rest of the flight.

Besides all of that, would you want to sit beside them? The public has a right to be protected from exposure to stupid, rude, ignorant, entitled and genetically disadvantaged hillbilly types.

Maybe they should have their own section...

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Male 205
"I love the sister`s comment: "It was one of the worst experiences of my life..."

I`m guessing it ranked right up there with that time she got hit in the face with a shovel."

Best comment ever :D


bmachine82: Who mentioned Down`s syndrome?


I agree with the company, if they`re disruly they shouldn`t be on the plane. Parents need to learn to control their kids, and if they can`t that`s their problem

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Male 239
Airline Agent: Sir will you be flying First Class, Coach, or Hillbilly?

Me: What is this Hillbilly option of which you speak?

AA: Hillbilly is our lowest cost seating, made available to meet the growing demand for extra wide seating for our inbred passengers. We`re proud to offer free dental service in-flight, but I should warn you that the body odor can be a bit of a problem. Pets and farm animals are permitted, provided you share your seat with them. The in-flight movie is always Deliverance.

Me: How much extra do I have to pay to be as far from there as possible?

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Male 30
Maybe, I am being an uneducated ass, but that girl did not look like she had cerebral palsy. Autism doesnt look like anything, but that little girl didnt have a 5head instead of a forehead.
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Male 1,024
children should be crated and placed in the cargo hold.
i don`t like kids, can you tell?
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Male 32
Ayull, if they had that section, it would be overcrowded.
While I see the familys point of view, it seems as if they really didn`t do anything. I mean, 3 grown adults versus 4 kids? Honestly, either it`s horrible parenting, the kids are unruly even WITH good parenting, or maybe some other third source that caused the kids to behave so badly. The adults really should learn to control their kids a little more. Such as bringing stuff to do on the flight, like a coloring book or whatever. At least it would keep them entertained.

Also, Not having enough money to buy food, another plane ticket(s) (Honestly I`d just ditch the family if I was travelling with them)
or other necessities is just plain neglectful. The family should have at LEAST a few hundred dollars or a credit card. IF they didn`t have enough money to pay for such things, they shouldn`t be on a plane in the first place.

Also, the Mcdonalds thing didn`t really help with their health.

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Male 30
And by the way I am so glad they where thrown off the plane. I have to deal with inbred pieces of poo like that everyday living just outside of Detroit.What kind of parent flies across country with no money to provide for your children during an emergency.
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Male 239
"What does it matter what a person looks like? My God, is it any of anyone`s business? We`re just living inside shells, what matters is the person on the inside"

That arguement doesn`t wash with me. Sure, she`s huge, and sure you can be obese without being a retard, but that was a family of fat retards. The kids aren`t the problem. The adults are the ones who should be responsible, and teach their kids to behave. Well, they learned that there are consiquences for their actions - and I applaud the airline for kicking those fat morons off the plane. I mean think of the environmental impact - the fuel consumption on that flight must have been halved for the rest of the flight.

Besides all of that, would you want to sit beside them? The public has a right to be protected from exposure to stupid, rude, ignorant, entitled and genetically disadvantaged hillbilly types.

Maybe they should have their own section...

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Male 1,455
Control your damn kids. It`s as simple as that.
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Male 74
I`d have kicked them off mid-flight.

I can`t stand people who complain and disrupt travels and then complain when they get asked to leave.

It`s like when I went on a train to Manchester. An extremely overweight man (could only just fit down the aisle) complained that there wasn`t enough room, it was too hot, the meal was bad, etc.

So I told him straight "Why don`t you lose some weight you fat **** and stop harrassing the workers for your own **** problem".

In short, he left

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Female 322
I agree completely with Wundt. I know plenty of autistic kids that have been taught to sit and behave. Yes, it is harder for them than other children, but it`s not impossible.

And secondly, if your kids have all of these conditions that prohibit them from sitting still for too long, then what the f*ck were you doing taking them on an airplane in the first place, when you admitted that you KNEW they couldn`t behave there?

I am personally glad that Southwest stepped up and removed this family from the flight.

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Female 173
People should control their kids. It`s an airplane, not a playground.
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Female 195
There were three grown people with the children right? You would think three adults would be able to control that amount of kids weather they are disabled or not. Even if it was their first flight that`s no excuse if you have a decent amount of control over your child you should be able to keep them calm.
As for the money thing, Who travels without having at least some form of backup money in case something happens? I mean they didn`t look like the type of people with a lot of money, but seriously if you`re going to travel be prepared.
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Female 675
i didnt feel bad until i found out about the boys autism and the little girl having CP BUT i still think that knowing the behavior problems taht could arise they should have been extra careful... oh yea and parent better!
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Male 409
I worked for 2 years with autistic children. I don`t think you can use that as an `excuse`.

- Their son was sitting calmy during the interview, which leads me to believe he is fairly easly managed. Many autistics kids I know would not sit still even for a couple of moments without showing some level of `behaviors`.

2 - Parents of autistic kids KNOW how to handle their kids and know what things are likely to set them off.

3 - Consider, if you are on a flight and someone has a panic attack, you would accept their removal from the flight. This is no different.

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Male 409
My thoughts...

- I have never had good experiences with Southwest. I think their customer service and operating procedures suck. I will not fly them if it is at all possible to fly another carrier.

- If I were on that plane I would have cheered when they were removed. A plane is one place where parents MUST keep control of their kids. There are somethings you cannot control (screeming, etc), but she could have found some way to keep them in their seats, especially with two adults in the party. Most parents travel with toys and activities to keep their kids occupied.

- I think the airline did the right thing in removing them from the flight. They must consider both the safety and comfort of the other 200 people on the flight. The ONLY mistake the airline made was not to offer them any support once they were removed. They should have offered them another flight, a refund so they could get a flight on another airline, etc.

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Female 18
Everyone is talking about the "disabled" children...but the family had two more kids as well. Who`s to say they weren`t causing trouble, too?

On another note, I think that if you DO have children with "disabilities" that could possibly affect their behavior on an airplane, that it would be best to drive to your destination. Yes, it takes longer, but at least you won`t be stranded when you`re kicked off the plane. And if you can afford an airline ticket, you can afford the gas to drive an automobile instead.

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Male 3,369
quick_sand8
Female, 40-49, Southern US
284 Posts Tuesday, July 08, 2008 10:05:42 PM
If her children have medical conditions that would aid them being unruly and obnoxious, she should have gotten medication from their doctor to keep them calm!!!
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Yeah..thats cause your a stupid cow who obviously thinks doping a kid up with Autism solves the problem. I feel sorry for your kids if you`d turn them into a vegtable at the drop of a hat!

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Male 3,369
Ok..part of me says "the mother + her sister look like trash"...but c`mon. 1 kid is autistic, the other has cerebal palsy? Anyone who knows anything about either condition knows its not as simple as "controling your kids". Simply because I do know, I`m siding with the family..though obviously I have no idea exactly what happened and how much she ignored!
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Female 101
And yeah all you people with your Autisic jokes and crap.
SHUT THE HELL UP.
I don`t have it personally no, but I had a very close friend who had it. And sometimes he would just lose his temper, and it took awhile to calm down. But he was a good guy he wasn`t a "Retard" or "Dis-abled" Jeeeze people, grow up. Look it up if you don`t believe me.
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Female 101
their last name is "Slaughter"?
Maybe that`s the real reason the police kicked `em off. Because their last name implied that they were serial killers =D.
No but seriously, thats a bunch of crap.
There KIDS for crying out loud...being unruly is just what they do.
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Female 228
maybe she should eat more of her children. less hassle that way.
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Male 42
Although they probably shouldve directed them to a motel 6 or something it was mostly that ladies fault
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Male 42
they look like the kinda people to have unruly kids but what Im wonderin did that bobby tucker use to be a dude? he had a girls voice
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Female 53
maybe the plane people hate fat people
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Male 37
White Trash
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Male 2,616
I love that airport.
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Male 171
Inbred hippos shouldn`t be allowed to fly in the first place
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Female 217
You people make me sick. As someone with a form of Autism, Asperger`s Syndrome, I can say, Autism is NOT a "disability", nor should "medication" be taken for it. In fact, medication coming from fixing Autism has a slew of side effects that not even YOU`D want. My childhood was ruined because of it. If you people think that "quick fixes" are going to fix the child, you`re quite wrong. Usually, not even medicine works if the kid is being unruly, what`s a better fix is to find an outlet for it. I will admit, that woman was quite stupid though. =\
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Female 8
I`m guessing that if MOM says they were not completely under control ( and isn`t that an oxymoron? You are out of control or you are NOT under control.... ) then they were probably very out of control. If you can`t get your kids to settle down on a plane, well, it`s not like you can just take them outside.

"Ma`am, your children are disruptive and behaving inappopriatley, please throw them out of the nearest emergeny exit! ( Cha!)

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Male 3,255
WHAAAAAAAAA! I`M A PIECE OF poo PARENT AND I BELIEVE THAT THE WORLD OWES ME poo!

drat you you dumb mean person. I have four kids, and I drating GUARANTEE if we were on a flight no one would even notice them. It`s called being a good parent, and it`s NOT a drating option. Do it or face the consequences.

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Male 5,194
People THAT fat are psychotic.

That first image of her waddling toward someone with her mouth open is indelibly burned into my memory right next to that image of goatse.cx

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Female 61
one of my few cousins is autistic. he is pretty well behaved. a lot of people love him `cause he is sweet as sugar.
on a side note: HOLY drat THAT WAS A HUGE WOMAN!!!!!
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Male 1
As a parent of an Autistic daughter, some of you make me sick. When a Autistic child is upset, it is nearly impossible to calm them down, while they may or may not have not made the best choices on dealing with the kids, one can not assume that they are bad parents because of the problems. If you were not there. I fear for my daughter because mfers like you!
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Male 49
Snakes on a plane? mo` like hippopotomus on a plane xD
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Male 27
From Michigan here and there are plenty like those folks. I`ve been behind those kids in line, at the movie theater, in the grocery store--you name it. I`m glad they were rejected by Southwest. Someone has to say something at some point.
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Male 410
Lmao the grandmother is a massive dike
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Female 294
OH MY GOD, EVERYONE, LET`S OBSESS ABOUT THE OBESE WOMAN.
Does not matter if she was fat, guys. Half of her kids were mentally ill. No amount of skinniness could have kept them any more in check. Grow the f uck up.
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Male 410
Those women look like the type who don`t discipline their children.
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Male 108
HAHAHAHAHA McDonald`s food
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Female 173
Serves `em right.
Because of course they aren`t telling us the full story, I mean they wouldn`t kick people of a plane if they were just being `somewhat` unruly.
No I bet six were being complete obnoxious pains in the ass.

Plus, they did get free McDonalds and lodging, they make it sound liked they were left in a godforsaken desert without any means of survival -.-;

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Female 193
Anyone who walks around looking like such a slob has got to have serious issues. Total lack of self esteem. And so typical of lower income American citizens... Thanks, Walmart.
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Female 1,142
LOVELY FAMILY.
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Female 91
one word...
Dramamine
its safe and it knocks your kids right out so they wont bother anyone
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Male 3,058
And was it just me, or did Grandma seem extra butch?
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Male 3,058
I love the sister`s comment: "It was one of the worst experiences of my life..."

I`m guessing it ranked right up there with that time she got hit in the face with a shovel.

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Male 155
that family should all just die
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Female 531
i despise having kids on planes. i remember even at 15 on a school trip we had a bunch of kids being unruly because it was their first plane ride and we as a group got in collective trouble.
i don`t doubt that these kids were being complete prats.
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Male 533
"Attention WalMart shoppers!"

As a former Wal-Mart employee I fully understand that statement.

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Male 2,486
I`m glad, they look like dumbasses anyway.
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Female 6
Whoa am I dreaming or is that huge lady`s last name `Slaughter`?
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Male 9
You know, it sounds `sad` and all. But guess what, we never get the real story. The real thing is typically played down, just like everything else. I`m willing to bet the kids were out of control, and extremely obnoxious. When you have kid`s who have disabilities you need to know how to control them. If you can`t control them, which it seems they couldn`t, then you have no right disrupting a flight and possibly putting others in danger. If this was the case, the flight company doesn`t owe them isht, they need to wake up and smell the F`ing coffee.
While not the same thing, but when I go to my local motorcycle dealer, I`m outraged when I see 5 year olds roaming around, pushing one bikes (possibly tipping them over and causing damage to multiple bikes)
People need to learn to control their kids, they`re responsible, Other people are NOT responsible for keeping their kids in line.
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Female 466
I traveled with my kids once when they were little.
No way were my kids going to act up on an airplane.
Running around having a good time is for the back yard not a plane full of other people. The mother is at fault completely! If her children have medical conditions that would aid them being unruly and obnoxious, she should have gotten medication from their doctor to keep them calm!!!
I don`t feel sorry for that woman at all!!!
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Female 1
lol police officers bought the family mcdonalds i think they must have been offended but were happy to have big macs
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Female 71
lol her last name is slaughter.
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Female 538
People are too sensitive about disabilities. I have HFA and was very misbehaved as a child, but with hard work my parents got me to behave as best as I could... I even sat still on occasion (lol). No one should use that as an excuse. It gives everyone a bad name. The parents need to try harder....
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Male 2,422
Yeah for Southwest! Take note lazy parents: your little b**tards won`t be tolerated any longer!
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Male 81
I think that if the children were being that restless, then it wasn`t the worst decision to kick them off the flight. However, I think that they should at least offer them a flight at a later date to the city that they were closer to.

I feel sorry for her because it`s only two of them, and four kids. If it were my kids, I`d strap them down to the seat, look them square in the eye, make some threatening comment, and leave it at that. I`m not afraid to be strict with my kids.

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Female 386
how can you feel sorry for them, i dont care whats wrong with the kids, its your children, BRING THEM UP RIGHT
Just because they are autistic doesnt mean you have to let them do whatever they want...
shut the kids up fatty
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Female 68
The large woman shouldn`t have been worrying about food.

Her Sister: (the lady that made the comment about "no heart")

Needs to quit smoking, and for crap`s sake, VISIT A DENTIST!

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Male 292
I`m thinking inbreed. =\
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Female 375
i feel bad for them
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Male 1,556
Omg she was fat, maybe if she could put down her f ucking Double Big Mac she could control her kids.
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Female 306
What does it matter what a person looks like? My God, is it any of anyone`s business? We`re just living inside shells, what matters is the person on the inside.

I`d be furious about what happened. I`ve had an issue with an airline before. Letting someone cancel my flight who has no right to.

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Male 292
Gross...
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Male 152
wow that lady was fat
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Male 456
"no money` no place to stay........
...No food!"

...errmm..that was mean, im sorry, that wont happen again

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Male 68
I thought they were literally kicked OFF the plane.
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Male 1,825
also if its pretty obvious you are lacking in the gene pool department, you shouldn`t have more kids to make up for it
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Male 891
1) that`s a huge bitch.
2) i bet they won`t be running around on any planes any time soon.
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Male 541
Just kidding. I think that they were a bit harsh... and I agree, that woman was huge.
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Male 3,431
Sounds like they all need a good Pimp Smackin`. You know why you don`t have to tell a kid with two black eyes to sit down? Because you already told him Twice.
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Female 58
*Autism (spelling)
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Male 541
That`s what you get for being American!
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Female 58
(continued) may be hazardous to the safety of the flight and its passengers are unable to board, because I think that there is. I mean, I`m sure that they wouldn`t let a hysterical, frightened person fly on the plane, no matter what the circumstances. If I was Southwest, I would immediately offer them free travel vouchers and my sincerest apologies if I had not believed that the company acted in the best interest of its customers.
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Male 265
well if you cant control your kids then spit like that is gonna happen
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Female 58
hm. This is interesting, considering the fact that I am going to become a flight attendant for Delta Airlines one day. :) I mean, I`m sure, by FAA laws, that there must be atleast 1 FA for every 50 passengers. I`m not sure as to why these children would have become of a great concern to the safety of the flight, unless, after offering activities and refreshments to them, they would simply not settle down. Running down the hills is unacceptable in an airplane at 30,000 feet, of course. Unfortunately, the parent couldn`t keep their children under control. I would be a bit more understanding and try to be as caring to their needs as possible, especially since the young boy has a condition of Autiusm, but in my opinion, there MUST have been a better way to deal with this particular situation.
However, what I am not sure about are the laws regarding the supervision of one`s children. Does anyone know if there is a law that states that those, children, who are behaving in a manner that
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Male 1,825
how about you put down your bucket of kentucky fried chicken and control your f cking kids
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Female 432
^^ why???
i think i missed something
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Male 5
Attention WalMart shoppers!
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Male 548
Serves em right...

Side note: that woman was huge.

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Male 236
lol "family kicked off mid-flight: man claims `the runt wouldn`t stop kicking my seat!` charges are being pressed against the family, who scratched a passenger while getting pushed out."
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Male 1,853
all i did on my first flight was cry.
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Male 20,911
Link: Family Kicked Off Flight For Unruly Kids [Rate Link] - This must have been one honey of a flight.
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