Peanuts on planes

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By JJ2010 on Thu, 09-09-10, 18:21

Passengers peeved about peanuts on planes
The No. 1 suggestion from air travelers on ways to enhance passenger protections? Ban peanuts on planes.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/39068278/

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By ses1978 on Fri, 09-10-10, 15:50

I honestly didn't know airlines still had peanuts. I flew American a while back and they didn't do peanuts. They served pretzels. Of course it's funny now to me because now I'm allergic to wheat in addition to peanuts so I'd be stuck1

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I have multiple food, drug, inhaled, and contact allergies. Allergic to practically every food and every antibiotic possible. Also have mannose-binding lectin protein deficiency. Undergoing allergy shots for Timothy grass family and doing better overall. Gluten free, peanut free, mushroom free due to anaphylaxsis.

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By cervonil on Fri, 09-10-10, 21:18

What's so funny to me about this is if the airlines just did it no one would even care and most people wouldn't even notice. But b/c it is being discussed people are in an uproar "WHAT?? NO PEANUTS ON MY 2 HOUR FLIGHT?? HOW DARE YOU?" I mean seriously, aren't there more important things in life than fighting for a tiny bag of peanuts.

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4 yr. old son - severe peanut allergy and mild egg

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