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    AA removing prayer cards that are passed out in flight

    http://finance.yahoo.com/news/alaska...011345991.html

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    The prayer cards, which the Seattle-based airline began offering in the 1970s after an executive spotted them on another airline, were intended to serve as a marketing strategy and to put passengers at ease, a spokeswoman said.
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    When I saw AA I thought you were talking about Alcoholics Anonymous. lol
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    Andrew Bailey: 188/240 not including 1/1's (78.3%); 202/436 cards including 1/1's(46.3%); 17/42 Auto, 8/34 Mem, 14/196 1/1's+ 1 auto'd ball +1 auto'd 8x10 + 2 bobble heads + 2 checklist cards + 3 unlisted (including 1 1/1) <WANTLIST-Hidden Content >

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    As to the story; I would not want to receive one during my flight, but not for religious reasons really. I just wouldn't want to be reminded of praying when I am 30,000 feet in the air.
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    Quote Originally Posted by habsheaven View Post
    When I saw AA I thought you were talking about Alcoholics Anonymous. lol
    Me too!!

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    As to the story; I would not want to receive one during my flight, but not for religious reasons really. I just wouldn't want to be reminded of praying when I am 30,000 feet in the air.
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    awww... :( Than what would I have to doodle on during the flight???

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    awww... :( Than what would I have to doodle on during the flight???
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    Quote Originally Posted by habsheaven View Post
    As to the story; I would not want to receive one during my flight, but not for religious reasons really. I just wouldn't want to be reminded of praying when I am 30,000 feet in the air.

    I'm kind of curious about your reasoning for feeling that way. Does the cards strike some type of nerve with you?
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    I've flown AA a few times and have never been handed one of these cards. If I was handed one I would look at it and discard it. Seems like a way they could cut some spending by not handing these out.
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