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    My solution might be a little extreme

    Fox News Headline:

    Climate change protester climbs on top of British Airways plane, forces flight delay
    Coulda' just taken off. That would shake him loose pretty fast.

    Pilot denial - "What? There was a guy on top of the plane? I wasn't aware of that."

    Kinda like leaving your travel mug of coffee or infant in a carrier on top of your car and driving off. Stuff happens, right?

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    What, was Greta flying home to Sweden?
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    Yep...could have been one less loon in the world if the pilot just took off...you know..it could of been his contribution to cleaning the gene pool.
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    Greta think that plane was her broomstick?
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    Actually it was a visually impaired man, so you have to give him a little credit for making it up on top of the plane. The photos of him straddling the cockpit reminded me of Slim Pickens straddling the A-bomb in "Dr. Strangelove."

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    Taking off would have been funny to my husband but he has a warped sense of humor and would add that hey the guy DID end up not being on top of the plane so problem solved!
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    When I was falling timber for a living there were a lot of tree huggers living in tree houses to shut down logging operations. I never encountered any but I used to think about it. Gee the power saw makes so much noise I couldn't hear those people up in that tree yelling when I cut it down.
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    Maybe just roll over to the de-icing station?
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