JetBlue angry at Epic Bail jokes


9 Responses to “JetBlue angry at Epic Bail jokes”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Cnoocy, we’re big boys and girls. we don’t need the jet blue joke police on our tail. if you’re offended, go elsewhere

  2. mdh says:

    a professional concern troll!!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Screw ‘em, it’s funny.

  4. hassenpfeffer says:

    Christ, what an asshole.


  5. Outtacontext says:

    If I were JetBlue I’d be taking full advantage of this huge amount of free publicity. I’d offer “Escape Chute” fares for those times you just need to get away. I’d also redo their safety video with an oversized piece of luggage hitting a flight attendant as an example of how to properly store your carry-ons (they should rehire Steven Slater just to make the video).

    C’mon, JetBlue, make me want to fly your airline just because you aren’t acting corporate.

  6. Moriarty says:

    I can certainly see why, from a legal and business perspective, they can’t possibly appear to condone it in any way. The “concerns” really are legitimately theirs. Still, actively seeking out jokes made about it and concern trolling them seems a bit much.

  7. efergus3 says:

    As Bette always says: “Joke them if they can’t take a f…”

  8. Cnoocy says:

    As I read it, they’re not asking you not to make jokes. They’re asking people not to (jokingly) suggest that you be an asshole passenger. Borowitz was being a douchebag, and deserved to get called on it.

  9. Boomshadow says:

    Sometimes the funniest jokes are the ones where the deserving target can only say, “Hey, that’s not funny!”

    Screw JetBlue. In their case, their taking offense DEFINITELY makes the joke funnier.

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