What Goes Around Comes Around, Treat Others As You Wish To Be Treated, That’ll Come Back To Bite Me.
For a very long time karma has been on my mind. I gotta think the people I’m gonna talk about next are in for some rough road.
It seems that there are some folks that feel their time is more important than everyone else’s. These people either aren’t willing to wait like everyone else, or are unable to plan their day to allow for a long line. These people have come up with a way to jump to the front of the security line at the airport. I know, I know, those line are a huge pain in the rear. But why is your time more important than mine?
Here’s what they do. They see the long line, they get out of line, and request a wheelchair. You see people in wheelchairs are sent straight to the head of the line. They go through security licktey-split. No waiting. You don;t have to have any sort of disability, you just have to ask for a chair. Bang! Many people stay in the chair all the way to the gate and sit there until they are boarded, also before everyone else. Then when they arrive at their destination they stand up and walk off the plane. Flight attendants refer to these as “miracle flights”.
Maybe not now, maybe not soon, but eventually karma catches up . . . . . . . . .