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JetBlue repurposes a Christmas classic

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Poets and singers often reinvent well-known holiday verses and carols. Such is the case with JetBlue, which took some liberties with "'Twas the Night Before Christmas" (aka "'Twas the night before a JetBlue flight"). 

The story line revolves around a family settling down for a cozy pre-flight evening. Upon hearing a TV news flash of crowds at the airport, they made a mad dash, went through security and finally boarded their flight.

"The plane took off and soared thousands of feet,
Then came unlimited snacks, including holiday treats!
EatUp boxes looked tempting, so that's what they chose,
They sat back and relaxed and watched all of their shows."

And then Santa, er the captain, came over the intercom, and said with much might, "Happy holidays to all, and to all a good flight."

— Gay Nagle Myers
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