Thursday, October 15, 2009

Did I just read that?

From today:

"A Delta airliner en route from Seattle to Atlanta made an unscheduled stop in Nashville after a passenger reportedly began quoting Bible passages. No one was hurt." 

And then this: "WSMV-TV in Nashville reported that a passenger had to be subdued by other passengers after quoting the Bible."

Since Bible passages are so dangerous and painful....,2933,565582,00.html?loomia_ow=t0:s0:a16:g2:r4:c0.111206:b28306028:z10

(This adds to the whole picture, but doesn't fix the issues with the article: "According to a police arrest warrant, "The suspect would not allow the person sitting next to him to leave her seat to use the restroom. The suspect kept telling her that his blood would be on her and he was not going to let her leave no matter what happened. Several passengers restrained the suspect and the suspect attempted to bite one of the passengers in the leg.""  I'm trying to figure out how restraining someone gives them access to your leg? What kind of restraining were they doing? And where's the Bible quoting in that?)

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