When traveling on an airplane, do folks really need the demonstration of how to put on a seat-belt?  I’ve always wondered where that policy came from.  Now that seat belts are required in passenger cars across the country, it seems like this isn’t a skill that must be demonstrated to travelers. And in the unfortunate event that the plan goes down, is that seat belt really gonna do much for you?  Probably only in a few of the mildest of air-emergency situations, right? It makes me wonder if there are things that I spend time talking about at home or work or in training CentriKid camp staff that could be cut because it is self-explanatory.  If you think of something, please save me the public humiliation and direct message me so I can make the improvement. :)

When traveling on an airplane, do folks really need the demonstration of how to put on a seat-belt?  I’ve always wondered where that policy came from.  Now that seat belts are required in passenger cars across the country, it seems like this isn’t a skill that must be demonstrated to travelers.

And in the unfortunate event that the plan goes down, is that seat belt really gonna do much for you?  Probably only in a few of the mildest of air-emergency situations, right?

It makes me wonder if there are things that I spend time talking about at home or work or in training CentriKid camp staff that could be cut because it is self-explanatory.  If you think of something, please save me the public humiliation and direct message me so I can make the improvement. :)

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