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(May 13) Today's Top Headlines - Woman kicked off plane for singing Whitney Houston hits

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  • John Flanagan posted at 9:12 am on Tue, May 14, 2013.

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    We have so any troubled souls in America nowadays. In order to get attention, like a spoiled and narcissistic woman-child, this lady makes a statement about her lack of manners and upbringing by inconveniencing a plane filled with other people who merely want to finish their flight. And, after causing the flight to be delayed, she is not even charged. People can be arrested for doing far less, by obstructing public safety, by causing a disturbance, by failing to follow a lawful order on a commercial carrier.
    This is America today, where reality shows abound, where entertainment is profane, where some viewers start to believe life is just about themselves.

     

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