JetBlue is the CWebb of airlines

It’s very good—but doesn’t quite live up to the hype.

Courtney loves JetBlue, mostly for the leg room (pretty good for coach) and for the TVs at every chair (with live TV!)

I was especially excited about that last option, because Davidson’s Elite 8 game coincided with my flight to Orlando. I got to watch (almost) the whole thing while stuck on the plane—very cool. Bad things: the volume control was jammed on extreme LOUD mode and my Bose headphones would have made me deafer than my dad if I tried to handle Gus Johnson at that volume for more than three seconds. Also, the plane cut the TV power with seven seconds left, as Davidson was taking their final, futile shot. It could not have been worse timing and half the plane groaned in unison. JetBlue turned it back a minute later, but the moment was gone.

On that note, congrats to Davidson on a great run. Curry should go pro right now—his stock can’t get higher and his team couldn’t play any better. Get to the league my friend!

Also, I got to watch the Tigers season opener from a poolside bar because the Yankees game was rained out (finally the Yankees do something nice for us!) That being said, I had to watch the Tigers’ pen confirm our worst fears. We need to get the bats going, on the quickness.

I know I’m biased because I like Marquette, but is it 100% that Crean did the right thing for himself leaving MU? He’s going to have incredible expectations and he’ll be dealing with sanctions. And who wants to live in Bloomington?

There are other stories I’m forgetting.


2 Responses to “JetBlue is the CWebb of airlines”

  1. sloan Says:

    quite a few exclamation points there.

  2. zachary Says:

    youre an excitable boy.

    oooooooooooooooo werewolves of london.

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