BlogFired?

Ok the main reason for my posting this is the picture, below. Coffee, Tea, or — yeah, I’ll have the Stewardess: Evidently this girl got fired by her airline for posting this and other pictures in her blog. Stupid airlines. Stews like that, I’d be flyin’ those friendly skies. Maybe she should get a job […]

Ok the main reason for my posting this is the picture, below.

Coffee, Tea, or — yeah, I’ll have the Stewardess:

Hello Stewardess

Evidently this girl got fired by her airline for posting this and other pictures in her blog.

Stupid airlines. Stews like that, I’d be flyin’ those friendly skies. Maybe she should get a job with Virgin Air; now there is an airline that appreciates babe stewardesses.

(ok, fine, flight attendants. Whatever)

All I’m sayin’ is, we need more sex in the sky, not less.

0 thoughts on “BlogFired?”

  1. I like this part:


    “Firing people because of their blogs is a ridiculous trend,” said Simonetti, 29, who lives in Austin, Texas.

    Turns out she lives here.

    Which is only four blocks from my old house here.

    Looks like I need to check out the old neighborhood.

  2. WTF? It’s not even PG-13! I’d understand if she was buck-naked on a corporate-logo backdrop, but damn….

    and I’d download it if she she was buck-naked on a corporate-logo backdrop too.

    Female Flight Attendants: Another reason not to go Greyhound. 😉

    Million Dollar Idea: Mile-High Club webcam.

  3. It’s stuff like this that scares me. People getting fired because of their blogs? Is it becoming more frequent? (Am I next?) You hear about people having their blogging used against them in child custody cases and divorces and with the CPS. Remember that woman who got a night time visit by the Secret Service because of her blog comments on Bush?

    Are we fooled into believing that the Internet is a conduit to free speech? When our words are being used against us?

    It worries me a whole lot…

  4. It’s certainly something to be aware of; these very words I’m typing, thanks to echelon and archive.org, are NEVER going to GO AWAY….almost makes me wish I was typing, like, the answer to life’s problems or something 🙂

    Moreover, as the “Queen of the Skies” notes on her blog, it’s worse in places like Iran.

    Of course, things like this could represent a situation where the employer was twitching on the button, looking for a reason, and….what’s this? A blog? We got us a reason…..

    That don’t make it right, obviously, but the line between a person’s “public” spoken comments, made to a few friends, and “public” blog commentary, viewable by everyone, all the time, is pretty clear….as with so many things in life, it’s knowing when to say when that’s the tricky part. 🙂

  5. My attitude here is that if I work for someone who doesn’t know I’m a pervert, they’re bound to find out anyway. If they fire me for it, no problem, I’ll find another damned job.

    I’m not gonna hide though. Fuck ’em.

  6. As to why that’s fine for you and not for the stewardess: 😉

    “I’m a draw, kid. When you’re a draw you can sleep with the chairman’s daughter and he’ll ask you how it was.” – Rodney Dangerfield

  7. You’re a rich White male in a liberal geography, Oh Karl. And you got computer-job skills.

    I’m poor, dumb, trailer trash. In TEXAS.

    Major diff.

    Sigh.

  8. Oh man! The privlege of the rich white computer male: Blogging under their real life name. (And do you notice that all you guys do so? Ray? Gregg? You others?)

    As a poor, semi-white, spelling-impaired, welfare mom, I gotta pseudonym myself.

    When I finally find me some sugar daddy to raise me from trailer to half-brick ranch style, make me all upper class and shit, I’m gonna tell you-all my real life name. I promise.

  9. You’ll notice I don’t post the name of my company anywhere in my blog, and in fact I don’t even have my last name in there anywhere (although if you google me my blog will turn up anyway, since some people link to me with my full name).

    But Karl and I come from an era when *everybody* used their real names on the Internet. That’s just how it was done. Pseudonyms were for little hacker kiddies.

    And besides, I wasn’t exactly born rich and computer-literate. Never lived in a trailer, but that’s because Boston doesn’t have trailers, it has housing projects. And I’ve lived in a few of those.

  10. It’s fine pic, looks nice, looks sexy, looks sensual, looks good.

    Why she got fired….????? I don’t understand…

    I think the airlines company has a wrong policy….

    Attention pleaseeee……..!!!!!!!!

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