Friday, March 13, 2009


Airline Agent - Montrose Airport, Montrose CO 3/2009
All reproduction rights reserved Wm. Greiner

It appears that once again, US Senator David Vitter, has managed to have negative light shine upon him. It has been reported last week that Senator Vitter showed up late at Dulles airport for a flight to New Orleans. The gate was already closed, but Senator Vitter tried to force the security door open, setting off a security alarm. The gate agent told the Senator he could not do that, but the Senator screamed at the agent saying “Do you know who I am”. Security was summoned but the senator by then had left the airport.


Blogger Yusuf Efe Bayar said...


5:29 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Interesting that there are mountains in the background of that photo in Montrose, Alabama. Also interesting that you have a photo from the airport in Montrose, Alabama... where there is no airport. Search acre by acre for a 20-mile radius (well, east, north and south, since there's only water to the west). There are 2 airports... neither have commercial service (obviously, if you know anything about airports) and nothing anywhere near Montrose, AL that could accommodate the jet shown in this picture. The logical answer is that this is a photograph from Montrose, CO, which--if you've been there--you'd know know has precisely this type of jet at its airport which is served by American and United airline regional services. Or, it is somehow a photo from Mobile Airport, not far from Montrose, AL. But, that wouldn't answer the question of why you've got mountains in the background. So, what's the deal, Bill?

9:21 AM  
Blogger William Greiner said...

Corrected! I know both Montrose(s)!

9:28 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Awesome. Thanks for clearing that up, Bill! I was confused!

9:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

oh yes ! big good

1:20 PM  
Blogger eda said...


7:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Seatbelts are 'of the devil' spawned by protectionist monsters. I recommend standing up during flights and automotive trips.

9:27 PM  

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