Tuesday, February 23, 2016

One of these things is not like the others


Source: Alaska Airlines

Thank you, Laurie!

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Glad they specified human organs. I would've taken my pipe organ with me.

Nurse Lilly said...

Does that mean my torso is a carry on bag? It's where I keep my organs.

Packer said...

Alaska The Last Fontier.

Otto don't forget the kidneys need to go to Nome.

bobbie said...

"That? Oh, that is just my spare kidney ~ you never can tell when you might need one!"

Derek Smalls said...

Warning: getting human organs past airport security can be difficult sometimes.

Damien Hirst said...

But how can I bring my art portfolio onto the plane if I'm limited to 3 oz of formaldehyde?

gardenqueen said...

Were I a transplant recipient I would be glad to know that it didn't end up in the cargo hold, even if it would be disconcerting to see someone carrying human organs onto a plane.

Anonymous said...

So THAT'S how you're supposed to fit into an economy class seat.

Yogi said...

I send my sinuses to Arizona, I send my liver to Peru. I send my Lungs and my kidneys, for teh summer to Sydney, but I'm sending my heart to you!

Gotta love George Carlin.

Anonymous said...

When you're fishing for Alaskan salmon, you want the best bait.

Anonymous said...

I love Alaska Airlines. I always have ever since the 70s when I first flew a red-eye stateside to study 'farming'. But, no, seriously. Last time I flew economy AK Airlines the guy four seats ahead stuffed a frozen salmon in the overhead compartment. The attendant came by and asked if everyone was in agreement that they make that accommodation, (especially the folks sitting underneath). This is also the airlines that while I was waiting in the airport lounge for the flight to Seattle, there were five people sitting in wheelchairs with big white bandages on their lower extremities.1q`

Bob said...

I've got two eyes, one, two,
They're both the same size, one, two...

idialyze said...

Don't worry, the organs are transported in Igloo coolers, you'll never know!

Anonymous said...

I'm kind of curious what human organ would exceed the carry-on dimensions usually specified by airlines.

 
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