Do you dare to agree with KENNEDY in this humorous and VERY honest statement on in-flight etiquette that I always RECLINE my seat despite the wailing of plus-sized passengers who moan I’m invading their space?

Do you dare to agree with KENNEDY in this humorous and VERY honest statement on in-flight etiquette that I always RECLINE my seat despite the wailing of plus-sized passengers who moan I’m invading their space?

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Lisa ‘Kennedy’ Montgomery is a prominent Fox News commentator, a former MTV VJ, and the host of the podcast ‘Kennedy Saves the World.’ Recent footage has surfaced involving a new incident during a flight, in which a strong opponent of seat reclining was involved. It appears to me that individuals who become angry about seat reclining are the same type of people who hurl insults at rival fans during major sports events, according to Kennedy. The situation on planes seems to have deteriorated due to the pandemic, with a lack of understanding for public etiquette.

While there are numerous inconsiderate behaviors that could be discussed, the central focus should be on a more significant issue. It’s become a matter of controversy whether to recline or not to recline. A recent video showcases a confrontation during a flight where a passenger resists the person in front from reclining their seat. This rigid anti-recline stance is seen by Kennedy as unnecessary and unfounded. To those who criticize her for reclining her seat slightly, Kennedy’s response is clear: tough luck. She asserts that those who complain about reclining are often the same individuals who exhibit poor behavior in various situations.

Kennedy draws a parallel between those who complain about reclining seats and those who engage in hostile behavior at sporting events or other scenarios. She views them as individuals who seek confrontation, attempting to win arguments in situations where no one else is even participating. Kennedy, however, claims to be a proponent of proper in-flight etiquette, assisting fellow passengers and behaving considerately. When it comes to reclining seats, though, she refuses to compromise.

Kennedy addresses potential counterarguments that reclining is more selfish than taking up overhead space, particularly for larger passengers. She maintains that her personal choice to recline should not be constrained by the choices of others, regardless of their size. She challenges the idea that her reclining interferes with others’ space.

Kennedy rejects the idea of airlines offering ‘pre-reclined’ seats as a solution to the debate. She argues that the ability to recline is essential for comfort on long flights. She also dismisses the idea of using devices like the ‘Knee Defender’ to prevent seat reclining, considering it an unnecessary hassle.

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In conclusion, Kennedy firmly stands her ground on the issue of seat reclining. She sees it as a trivial matter that shouldn’t require extensive debate. She urges individuals to adopt a more reasonable perspective and focus on more important matters.

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