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    (Original post by RandZul'Zorander)
    Do you think that's where adults who disturb the flight should go too? :rolleyes:


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    Nah, they should be asked to walk the rest of the journey.
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    (Original post by TenOfThem)
    No, not what

    why

    why this
    why that
    why not
    why
    why
    why
    Oh please excuse me,

    Why's a why child.
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    I don't see why the argument 'there are annoying adults too' somehow means we couldn't consider having separate children and no children flights. Whilst there are other groups that disturb people on planes, banning children from some flights would get rid of the bulk of the annoyance.
    The people opposing this are parents of course because that means they'd have to travel with a higher concentration of annoying brats!
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    (Original post by RandZul'Zorander)
    Do you think that's where adults who disturb the flight should go too? :rolleyes:


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    It was a joke actually, but hey, if you like! :rolleyes:


    (Original post by Ham22)
    I don't see why the argument 'there are annoying adults too' somehow means we couldn't consider having separate children and no children flights. Whilst there are other groups that disturb people on planes, banning children from some flights would get rid of the bulk of the annoyance.
    The people opposing this are parents of course because that means they'd have to travel with a higher concentration of annoying brats!
    Exactly, thank you!
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    (Original post by Ham22)
    I don't see why the argument 'there are annoying adults too' somehow means we couldn't consider having separate children and no children flights. Whilst there are other groups that disturb people on planes, banning children from some flights would get rid of the bulk of the annoyance.
    The people opposing this are parents of course because that means they'd have to travel with a higher concentration of annoying brats!
    Because your reasoning is then inconsistent. You want to ban children from certain flights 'because they are annoying' however there are annoying adults so logically you should want them banned from the same flights. However as you said you don't really. So really the only reason you want them off is because they are children. That is discrimination against someone's age despite that there are plenty of children who fly just fine.


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    I think airlines should check the facebook profiles of everyone that is boarding. Then they can ban whoever seems annoying and loud from the flight. It shouldn't be too much of a problem to determine who has those traits by checking their status updates, likes and photos.
    Anyone who still plays farmville should really get a lifelong ban on flying, especially those who spam their friends with requests for said game.
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    (Original post by TenOfThem)
    When you have children you will quickly realise that a sleep deprived child is not a pleasant experience

    Why do you say 'when you have...' and not 'if'?
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    Final warning. Any more off-topic squabbling and this thread will be closed.
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    (Original post by rockrunride)
    final warning. Any more off-topic squabbling and this thread will be closed.
    noooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!
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    I know it is not a plane, but I was on a train for 9 hours recently with a child who WOULD NOT STOP PLAYING THE HARMONICA. Also running up and down the isle and hitting other children which understandably made them upset. His mother seemed to encourage it by saying things like "that's a nice tune" to the child. Needless to say, I was not happy.
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    (Original post by timeofflight)
    I know it is not a plane, but I was on a train for 9 hours recently with a child who WOULD NOT STOP PLAYING THE HARMONICA. Also running up and down the isle and hitting other children which understandably made them upset. His mother seemed to encourage it by saying things like "that's a nice tune" to the child. Needless to say, I was not happy.
    I would have smacked him in the face if he'd been pissing me off that much.

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