Steve Hartman, Elizabeth, Jake discussed on Seattle's Morning News


I'm going to be boarding a plane for the first time in over a year, which is to say, I'll be in a flying cauldron of travel deprived mask averse anarchists. And it's even more terrifying that the crazy passenger in the story would be an off duty flight attendant who you would sink would understand the rules. Instead, he used his skills to make a phony announcement on the cabin speakers telling passengers to take their seats and get ready to put on their oxygen masks. Which is then followed by the voice of the pilot, dropping any pretense of political correctness to order that all able bodied men come to the front of the plane, which they did. About half the plane got up. Pretty soon the rascal zip tied like a fresh cut Christmas tree. These days when you hear the phrase men with zip ties you think of the January 6th Capital attack, But we have to remember that there are times when a big guy with zip ties is exactly what you need. These are times when I've There are times when I've ended up flying in the middle seat right between two large men. And yes, it gets a little close and deodorant, our sometimes imperfect When the weirdness starts. These are the guys who will save your life. The FAA reports 2900 unruly passengers so far this year, most of them angry about masks, But I'll bet that for every one of those miscreants there were at least 20. Able bodied men ready to rush to the front and apply the zip ties. And I thank them in advance. It is 7 38. That means it's time for your daily dose of kindness sponsored by Heritage Home craft. A newlywed couple had to abandon their wedding reception because a fire broke out nearby. CBS is Steve Hartman is on the road with how everyone came together to make it a fairy tale wedding. After all, Bride and groom Elizabeth and Jake landed, say their wedding was like a fairy tale was the ceremony was perfect. Kiss your bride. Everything we could have dreamed of until So my dad was doing his father of the bride speech and just a minute in. He was interrupted by some of our guests House on fire, And that was the end of that. What's going on here? Cottage right next to their wedding venue on Mackinac Island, Michigan caught fire and everyone had to evacuate the area. Didn't know where we are going. I just figured we had to walk away from that. So we just started heading towards the church, The church where they've just been married. This time, they prayed for everyone's safety. And in the end, no one was hurt, and even the building was saved. Seems like the only thing that couldn't be salvaged was their wedding day. But unbeknownst to the bride and groom.

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