Open Post: Hosted By Steven Slater’s Impact!

April 7, 2016 / Posted by:

That screen shot is so damn blurry that if I told you it was from a grainy video of Michelle Duggar giving birth to her 19th child, you’d probably shrug and say, “Hmm, her down low parts are tighter than I thought.” But that’s actually a screen shot of a (former) United Airlines flight attendant showing the people how to really make a dramatic exit!

One of the best stories of 2010 was the tale of Steven Slater, the JetBlue flight attendant who lost it after getting into a fight with a passenger. Steven became a “Quit This Bitch” hero to us all when he told that passenger to fuck off  before pushing the emergency exit and gracefully sliding down the inflatable slide like a true diva. Steven was charged with criminal mischief. He eventually took a plea bargain that kept him from serving prison time. He ended up with probation.

Well, the glory of Steven Slater lived on at the George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, TX when a flight attendant deployed the emergency slide and slid her way to beautiful freedom. The unnamed flight attendant pushed opened the emergency exit, threw her bag down and slid on out of that bitch like it was a completely normal thing to do. Not many on the plane noticed, because while she was doing that, a passenger was having a medical emergency.

That flight attendant may not have known it at the time, but she pretty much slid her way to the back of the unemployment line. Because ABC News says that United fired her. She could also face charges like her spirit brother Steven Slater. United hasn’t said why that mess illegally busted on out of there:

I know why. Homegirl sensed that a passenger was about to have a medical situation and she wasn’t about to get stuck on that plane since T.G.I. Friday’s Happy Hour ends at 7pm, thankyouverymuch!

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