It’s just not fare

This statement drew a bit of flak over the weekend:

And after reading too much of the discussion, I decided that this was the best response:

“Oooh, look at the swells with actual covers on their wagons!”

But Hurley evidently wasn’t up to defending her position.

True equality exists in one place: the graveyard. And even then, some people will complain about other people’s bigger headstones — though the actual residents won’t be among them.

3 comments

  1. fillyjonk »

    20 August 2018 · 12:04 pm

    As long as their kid isn’t kicking the back of my seat the whole flight, I don’t give the slightest of flips.

    (I also saw someone RT it with the comment: “So how do you feel about Kohl’s Cash?” Heh. And yes, as someone who’s spent the extra $5 to get the “loyalty gift certificate” somewhere, I feel slightly called out)

  2. McGehee »

    20 August 2018 · 12:31 pm

    Which is worse, my dear Ms. Hurley — to be a tool of inequality, or just a tool?

  3. Dan Patterson »

    21 August 2018 · 7:43 am

    20 bucks says Hurley has never been to the Big O.

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