"a fish, a barrel, and a smoking gun"
for 7 July 2000. Updated every WEEKDAY.

Nowadays, everybody's got an airline.

So as part of our "arrangement" with our creditors, we bought one too. It was a frill we had to have. Not for the luxury of being able to fly where we want when we want. (After all, we don't really have anywhere to go.) Nor for the decadent bragging rights. No, we wanted to buy a plane so we could, for once and for all, embrace that font of writing and journalism and good old fashioned entertainment known as the in-flight magazine.

So cram yourself into an uncomfortable folding chair, sit yourself on a hot tarmac, pull up a portable DVD player with 5 cent microphones and a copy of David Spade's Lost and Found, and enjoy Turbulence: The official inflight magazine of SuckAir.

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