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Hero of Flight 93: Mark Bingham (An Advocate Books Life Story)
Bravery in the face of unimaginable terror prevented greater tragedy on September 11, 2001, when a group of passengers overpowered the hijackers of American Airlines Flight 93. Their heroism and sacrifice inspired us all. One of these passengers was Mark Bingham, a living-out-loud, gregarious, gay man. But who was Mark Bingham really? What was it about this man that caused his friends to unanimously say that he must have been one of the men who rushed the hijackers? The Advocate’s senior news editor Jon Barrett interviewed those who knew him best, starting with the mother who instilled in him the belief that he could be anything, to the friends, lovers, business associates, and rugby teammates who complete the picture of a man determined to never take second place. This is his story, told to remind all Americans that heroism knows no sexuality.
Jon Barrett is the senior news editor for The Advocate magazine, and the author of the cover story on Mark Bingham in The Advocate upon which this book is based. He lives in Los Angeles.
United Airlines is the WORST airline ever!
I hope that there aren't any flights as bad as this one. The food was horrible, the people smelled (ok, they couldn't help this one), the announcements were unprofessional, "oppps, we lied."....they didn't have extra blankets (I lost my jacket so I needed 2. it was cold)....again, the food was HORRIBLE but I was so hungry I ate half my dinner (the beef dinner)...during dinner it was so bumpy that I didn't get a good photo...after dinner it took them over an hour to start taking the trays. I was stuck between two men..the big one blocking the aisle...it was too difficult to get up with the two trays in the way (his and mine). breakfast was just a snack...a greasy bad one...yuck. and when I dropped my camera near my feet it couldn't get it with my hands because it was THAT cramped. I had to use my toes. WTF! I'm tiny! Imagine a normal size person. gheez. Oh, I booked this flight by mistake, I saw, "Nippon" but didn't see the, "operated by United Airline." Shesh...never again. well, actually, I already booked a flight to Toronto..let's hope that one isn't as bad...we'll see. AND they don't give you free goodies! When we took Korean Air we got goodies even in economy...I forgot about NWA but they do give goodies for business class. oh man, I forgot to mention that United had only 6 channels...1 was the Disney channel and the other 2 or 4 were in Japanese with Japanese subtitles...I don't know why. You can't select the movie you want to watch. When it plays and if you're lucky, you get it catch it from the beginning. Awful. I watched only 1 movie. And the TV screens were really tiny. They really need to update.
Airline Meals: SocioPolitical Decisions.
Recently I have booked a flight to Singapore and was given the opportunity to choose my seating and meals for my long-haul flight. This picture shows the first leg of my journey and the choices I had under the category "Religious Meals". Notice I was not given a choice for Buddhist or Christian meals. I wonder if Christian meals are the default meal if you decline to select your own meals. Do we live in a Christian world by default?
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