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elliot-wolf - March 18, 2018

I don’t believe that all dogs were created equal. Yes, it was a tragedy that a dog died in an overhead bin specifically reserved for luggage and not anything living but let’s be honest, this wouldn’t have been that big of a deal if it wasn’t a French Bulldog. They’re like the exotic sports car of small dogs. They’re expensive and eye-catching. That breed of dog has a heavy presence in Brooklyn and San Francisco for a reason. Had this not been such a cute dog and only a mutt instead, the story would have never made it to any news outlet. But since it did Olivia Munn has vowed to never set foot on another United Airlines plane.

Olivia Munn's had it with United Airlines, and vows to never fly with the company after its latest debacle ... which involved the death of a poor dog. She's done with United not only because it can't take care of animals ... but also because of its recent history of not being able to take care of all its human passengers. Olivia's strongly encouraging everyone to stop flying with the airline, and not just for now -- but for good.

Amazing how it takes the death of dog for Olivia to draw the line when United Airlines are dragging individuals of Asian decent through the aisle and tossing them off their planes at alarming rates. With dead dogs and hog dragging paying customers, United can officially start transitioning into Con Air since they offer the same experience. I refuse to fly with them as well after hearing about all of the terrible news. My emotional support peacock and I will fly American only from now on.

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