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Join The Mile High Club On A Weiner Flight

I can't help but laugh at this airline making something off the Weiner affair.

A deal that's "too hard to resist".
"You want people talking about your brand," says Adgate. "We live in a
social media world where this thing is sent virally. I mean, Anthony
Weiner knows that better than anybody."
To push this tongue in cheek story one step further, upon reaching
out to Spirit Airlines for a comment, the company's public relations
office e-mailed The Daily Ticker this response: "We can confirm with
certitude that the photo is in fact our weiner. The ad is ours, and we
sent it."</i>
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The Battle of the Bulge

Be fun to see what comes of this between the airline and the Weiner, if he takes it to court. Would they owe him money for the use of his name?

Meanwhile, Chuck Berry has a thought or two. Is that Ricky Shroeder in the crowd?

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That weiner looks more like

Oscar Meyers weiner.

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It doesn't cut the mustard
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The plane is a 737....

....but if you rub it, it becomes a 767.

Female passengers are complaining that the flights are way too short and the planes land before they want them to.


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and spurts out a white contrail behind it.

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