Are you nuts?


If a passenger informs an airline that he or she is allergic to peanuts, the airline cannot serve peanuts in that passenger's entire seat row, nor in the rows in front of and behind the passenger's row, the Transportation Department has declared. What allergy-sufferer would cite this policy and risk infuriating eight snack-deprived people who have him or her surrounded? P.S. to the DOT: I have a medically documented allergy to people who hog armrests and snore, so whatever you can do...

Disney says that most of the problems that sullied the Magic's maiden voyage, creating long lines and sub-par passenger service, have been ironed out. For example, new signage at the dock makes it clear that "this is NOT the line for Pirates of the Caribbean," and passengers no longer need an "E" ticket to board.


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