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“I did not wish to take a cabin passage, but rather to go before the mast and on the deck of the world, for there I could best see the moonlight amid the mountains. I do not wish to go below now.”
Henry David Thoreau
“If forced to travel on an airplane, try and get in the cabin with the Captain, so you can keep an eye on him and nudge him if he falls asleep or point out any mountains looming up ahead”
“Of all the husbands on the earth, The sailor has the finest berth, For in 'is cabin he can sit, And sail and sail and let 'er knit”
“[And in] Uncle Tom's Cabin, ... Good-by, Uncle Tom; keep a stiff upper lip.”
Harriet Beecher Stowe
“The pilot is searched. The cabin crew is searched. The passengers are searched. Nine hundred thousand workers are not searched. And we are not dealing with that and TSA refuses to tell us why.”
“[The Log Cabin Republicans'] rhetoric is disingenuous,”
“It was terrible. Those cabins. It was unreal.”
“But when they arrive at George's cabin, his wife wasn't there, so Rusty says they helped George search for her.”
“The cabin pressure and the cockpit pressure are the same.”
“If the aircraft lost cabin pressure, either in the cockpit or the cabin, effectively everybody would be doomed within a short space of time.”
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