Customer Service Awards for flight providers in the USA gonna be pretty tight this year :p

Customer Service Awards for flight providers in the USA gonna be pretty tight this year :p | ANYTHING YOU CAN DO . . . WE CAN DO BETTER | image tagged in american airlines,passenger assaulted | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
1,790 views, 50 upvotes, Made by anonymous 12 months ago american airlinespassenger assaulted
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First World Problems Meme | I WANT TO BOYCOTT BUT I ALSO WANT TO GET THERE FAST AND TAKE IT SLOW | image tagged in memes,first world problems | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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EXCELLENT | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
LOL :)
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THANK YOU KINDLY | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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YOU ARE WELCOME | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
I am having trouble with my laptop or else this site is acting up--lol
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they just made a change to the "add meme" section
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9 hours now, they've still not featured :/
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Yep, same with mine. 9hrs, 23 views, 3 likes
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https://imgflip.com/i/1npt4l 2 hours to feature!!! well, there goes my "get in first with the american airlines meme" plan!! :p catch ye later
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I see they never featured yours either. WTF? My little experiment seems to prove that It doesn't matter when you make the meme. I made this one 23 hours ago and submitted it almost 7 hrs ago. Still nothing.
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nope :/ i seen someone else earlier saying they'd made a "customer services" meme which didn't feature, not sure if it was an american airlines tho'
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You have any submitted and waiting right now?
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i'm all up to date now with my "pirate skull". i've submitted 10 this last week. that's way above average for me

and i can't believe no-one done that pirate skull before...i even searched on google (for a change!) and couldn't find anything :p
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Yeah, I've let that stop me from making stuff before. I'm like, "Nah, surely that's been done plenty". But when I look I find nothing and wish I had. Lol
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It's ridiculous! Hang in there Tokes!
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...and if you do you pay the price, not the customer. UA stocks down somewhere between $750M - $1Bn already
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I just hope that guy gets some serious jail time for what he did (the doctor on the UA flight).
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he won't, he'll get a ton of money for being physically assaulted. what did he do that deserves jail time? If he was in the wrong, why would UA feel it necessary to revise and update their booking policy as a direct result of this incident?
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He's the one who started the physical aggression on the flight.
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how did he start it? every report i've read and seen shows the guy curled up in his seat in an attempt to stop the staff aggressively and forcibly removing from his seat. how is this his fault?
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Nothing against your meme though, obviously. It's good to make memes making light of a situation like this (at least, I think so). Just wanted to point out that passengers need to take responsibility for the consequences of their misbehavior.
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Sorry, socrates. On this one I have to take sides with tokinjester. The misbehavior of the airline and airport security came before (and provoked) the 'misbehavior' of the passenger. The concept of freedom is objective, while that of responsibility is subjective. In a country based upon the liberty of the people - and thus the restraint of authority - like America, freedom comes before responsibility.
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He threw a tantrum and started flailing around. He endangered the crew, and endangered other passengers around him. United Airlines should press charges against him to the fullest extent the law permits.

There's no scenario in which it's legitimate to disobey an order from flight crew to disembark a plane.

I don't really know much about the American Airlines one, though. But I'm getting sick of this entitlement mentality where customers have unreasonably high expectations and threaten to make a lawsuit or a social media fuss when employees are just doing their jobs.
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he has every right to disobey the order he was given. he paid for his flight, UA overbooked, that's their problem, not his. UA have no right to tell any passenger to disembark when the passenger has done nothing wrong. and he did nothing wrong.

he initially agreed to help them out by taking the offer of $800 and a later flight, but when he went to disembark he was told the next available flight would be the next day, so he changed his mind due to him being a doctor and having patients to see the next day, he has every right to change his mind if UA were not forthcoming with the exact details of their offer.

and employees are not "just doing their jobs" when they physically manhandle customers. If a customer was being physically threatening to staff or other customers, fair enough, but when a customer is complaining, there is no recourse for physical aggression on the part of the company.
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did you see this one? v.funny :p https://imgflip.com/i/1nhvi6
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You're right. :)
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