: Lady Gaga meets FAA regulations



Night Wolf
10-02-10, 10:22 AM
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That's pretty cool.... it really helps she is hott.

orconn
10-02-10, 11:14 AM
Brings back memories of PSA stewardai of the 1960's with their "mini-skirts." I remember riding from Oakland to L.A. on a PSA commuter just having arrived back from eight months in Vietnam.The mini-skirt "hot pants" combo was a welcome change from the lovely but all covering "aodsai" the Vietnamese ladies wore. You can imagine how those young GI's felt upon gazing on the upturned rumps of stewardesses as they served coffee to the passngenger across the isle. Women's Lib did away with airlines "demeaning" their flight attendants with sexy outfits ... not to ment doing away with age and more stringent weight restrictions.

Ranger
10-02-10, 09:55 PM
Ahh the good old days. Having worked for an airline I have gazed at more than my fair share of "upturned rumps", not to mention....... well lets just say the uniforms were pleasingly short back then.

Looks like someone FINALLY figured out how to get passengers to pay attention to those announcements.

orconn
10-02-10, 11:23 PM
Who would have quessed that little ol' Cebu Pacific would be an innovator in flight safety!

Night Wolf
10-02-10, 11:40 PM
Since the tmes yous speak of was before mine... I did some searching for 60s-70s stewerdess...

http://www.designgonewild.com/img/1960/air_southwest_go_go_boots.jpg

http://www.flightglobal.com/blogs/aircraft-pictures/2008/06/24/1941749035_005f89b93f_olarge.jpg

http://mysite.verizon.net/vze6l53f/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderpictures/stews12.jpg

http://sarcasticbite.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/american-flight-attendant.jpg

.....damn.... and I thought the 50s - 70s was more modest than today.

Mostly every flight I'm on, the flight attendent is either an dude or older women.

Working aircraft maintenace puts me around these heaps every day.... talk about a sasuagefest.

orconn
10-03-10, 12:34 AM
When I used to fly internationaly, first back in the 1950's then later in the 1960s-70s In the 1950's the young ladies flying as stewardesses on Varig, Braniff International, Pan Am not only were very attractive but spoke at least three languages with college or equivalent degrees. The international airlines attracted young (had to be under thirty) woman from good families that wanted a few years of travel before getting married. Same was true in the sixties and seventies but to a lesser extent because there weree so many more flights that needed to be staffed. It wasn't really until the late seventies that flight service personnel began to view the job as a long term career option. During the Vietnam War era even the contract airlines (like World and Saturn) flying troops (on passenger jets just like scheduled commercial planes) to Vietnam had young attractive stewardesses. Sometimes an international flight might have a flight steward on board but I don't remember very many.

When I was a kid growing up in Sao Paulo, Brazil one of our Summer vacation activities was going out to the International airport (Congonhas) and watching all planes come in from all over the world. At that time that airport was second in the world only to O'Hare in Chicago for traffic volume and I remember Friday afternoons it seemed every international airline in Europe, South America and the U.S. had a plane on the tarmac .... all at the same time. Of course the DC-7Bs and SuperConstellations that were used for these flights were much smaller than big planes of today.

Since the flights I was flying on in the late sixties and early usually took me halfway round the world I often had to layover to make connection with a flight to my final destination. Often I would meet up with one or mor of the flight attendants at the hotel where we all staying, and have nice dinner company along the way.

I~LUV~Caddys8792
10-03-10, 01:18 AM
Oh yeah, she can inflate my life vest anytime... :quagmire:

Isn't that a Katy Perry song? Atleast in the end of the video?

Night Wolf
10-03-10, 01:49 AM
The 2nd song is

billc83
10-03-10, 10:19 AM
And we don't have this anymore, because...?

Night Wolf
10-03-10, 10:59 AM
Womens liberation movement.

Ranger
10-03-10, 11:12 AM
Since the tmes yous speak of was before mine... I did some searching for 60s-70s stewerdess...
.....damn.... and I thought the 50s - 70s was more modest than today.
You have no idea what you missed. Late 60's and early 70's was the woman's lib, burn your bra, if it feels good.... do it, coffee tea or me sexual revolution era. T'was a great time to be young and single (except for the war of coarse). For a while our office was at O'Hare and on a slow evening we'd go out on "hall patrol". If you think the above pictured skirts are short, let me tell you, you ain't seen nothing. Some of the things these girls would wear in public would get them arrested in other countries. Some of those lovely visions are still permanently etched in my mind. I've seen guys walk straight into pillars watching some of them.

Night Wolf
10-03-10, 11:16 AM
Wasn't the Hooters uniform based around the early 70s style?

Ranger
10-03-10, 11:19 AM
I believe so. Very similar to the PSA stewardesses aka "stews" uniforms ("flight attendant" didn't come around until later when they wanted to change their image, be taken more seriously and raise their pay). Believe it or not, there was a time when stews had to be under 23, single and weigh in every month.

Night Wolf
10-03-10, 12:46 PM
I was reading this (where some of the pictures came from) and it really explains just how different it was back then to fly.

http://mysite.verizon.net/vze6l53f/whatflyingwaslikeinthe1960s/

ben.gators
10-03-10, 03:49 PM
Since the tmes yous speak of was before mine... I did some searching for 60s-70s stewerdess...

http://www.designgonewild.com/img/1960/air_southwest_go_go_boots.jpg

http://www.flightglobal.com/blogs/aircraft-pictures/2008/06/24/1941749035_005f89b93f_olarge.jpg

http://mysite.verizon.net/vze6l53f/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderpictures/stews12.jpg

http://sarcasticbite.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/american-flight-attendant.jpg

.....damn.... and I thought the 50s - 70s was more modest than today.

Mostly every flight I'm on, the flight attendent is either an dude or older women.

Working aircraft maintenace puts me around these heaps every day.... talk about a sasuagefest.

Oh, again, another reason to say those good old days are gone! These days airlines are full of flight attendants that are as old as my grandmother that passed away 20 years ago!!!! And as far as I know again those bastard lawyers are in charge of this! In the past airlines were recruiting young hot girls and boys as flight attendants, but now because of discrimination lawsuits against airlines, they are unable to continue that policy anymore.... whenever I want to have a trip abroad I personally prefer to book with European airlines instead of american airlines.... Not only because of attendants, but more because of services during flight too...

orconn
10-03-10, 04:11 PM
I haven't flown them recently, but when I was flying internationally the non-US airlines always seemed to be staffed with more attractive and pleasant stewardesses than U.S. carriers. I remeber one time flying frst class from Seattle to Tokyo on Northwest (at the time "Orient"), I was in uniform and the first class section was practically empty, the stewardess, a very attractive young lady in her mid twenties,apparently thought servicemen didn't deserve the same treatment as civilian passengers and proceeded to provide what little service I ask for with a haughtiness that was downright rude. It was the height of the Vietnam War, but I never experienced that type of behavior on any other flight during the that time.

The funniest flight service I ever had was on a red eye morning flight out of L.A. to Albequerque on Texas International Airlines. The cabin personel's take off spiel was given in almost unintelligible "Texas Twang" and when it came time to serve the breakfast rolls the mini-skirted cum cowboy booted stewardeses literally threw the Danishes at the passengers and hit a few unawares and shocking all. I think we all were waiting for the announcement that "You are on Candid Camera", but it never came! I never allowed my secretary to book me on TIA again!

I~LUV~Caddys8792
10-03-10, 05:15 PM
Speaking of Katy Perry, did any of you see her on SNL last week? May I bring to the table the topic of "inflatable life vests" again?

http://assets.nydailynews.com/img/2010/09/27/alg_snl_katy-perry_elmo-shirt.jpg

Lucky Elmo!

ben.gators
10-03-10, 05:33 PM
Speaking of Katy Perry, did any of you see her on SNL last week? May I bring to the table the topic of "inflatable life vests" again?

http://assets.nydailynews.com/img/2010/09/27/alg_snl_katy-perry_elmo-shirt.jpg

Lucky Elmo!

I did not see her show in first place, but have seen a lot of follow up discussions after the show which are mainly about her cleavage!!!
Here is the youtube link of the show we are speaking about... About three millions viewer so far... Also I suggest click on the movie and go to the main youtube page, the highest rated comment about this clip is interesting as well! :D


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_qP81EElmWY

ben.gators
10-03-10, 06:40 PM
I remeber one time flying frst class from Seattle to Tokyo on Northwest (at the time "Orient"), I was in uniform and the first class section was practically empty, the steardess, a very attractive young lady in her mid twenties,apparently thought servicemen didn't deserve the same treatment as civilian passengers and proceeded to provide what little service I ask for with haughtiness that was downright rude. It was the hight of the Vietnam War, but I never experienced that type of behavior on any other flight during the that time.


:histeric::histeric:

First time that I took a look to your post Orconn, my eyes caught these key words: "I was in uniform", "First Class", "First class was practically empty", "the steardess, a very attractive young lady in her mid twenties", "little service I ask for".... and so I ended up in a totally different and wrong conclusion... but when I read the entire post I saw no... it was not what I was thinking.... :histeric:

I~LUV~Caddys8792
10-03-10, 08:26 PM
I did not see her show in first place, but have seen a lot of follow up discussions after the show which are mainly about her cleavage!!!
Here is the youtube link of the show we are speaking about... About three millions viewer so far... Also I suggest click on the movie and go to the main youtube page, the highest rated comment about this clip is interesting as well! :D


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_qP81EElmWY

I don't understand what the big deal with her appearance on Sesame Street was. Sure, her breasts were exposed, but she's a damn D-Cup! That would be like telling Babe Ruth he has to strike out or telling Jeff Gordon he has to let everyone pass him. Don't hide those god-given gifts, flaunt them!

Night Wolf
10-04-10, 04:22 AM
I "heard" about her on Seasme Street, but that was it...

till just now, youtube brought me BOOBIES!!!!! on Seasme Street.....

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BOOBIES!!!!!

I~LUV~Caddys8792
10-04-10, 07:42 AM
Oh it's not like she's even flauting them that much. Sure you can see them (thank goodness), but it's not like they're proudly being shown off like in that SNL skit. It almost appears that the dress she's wearing is trying to downplay them by not lifting or separating them.

Night Wolf
10-04-10, 12:57 PM
but the giggle.... ohhh the giggle....

They do look considerably smaller though, must be the dress. They are natural, right?

Stingroo
10-04-10, 01:03 PM
I see butterface.

I~LUV~Caddys8792
10-04-10, 06:25 PM
but the giggle.... ohhh the giggle....

They do look considerably smaller though, must be the dress. They are natural, right?

Yes, natural 32D. www.freeones.com

Night Wolf
10-05-10, 02:15 AM
I see butterface.

:hitstick: