"If it's OK to watch on American television it should be available for viewing on airlines."He also expressed surprise that airlines were unconcerned by a scene later in the film that portrays a young boy deceiving security personnel at Heathrow and sprinting through several checkpoints.
Mr Kenworthy said that despite his protests, film producers had no choice other than to bow to airline pressure because of the substantial sums of money involved in licensing agreements.
Fortunately, we know someone who commutes in a late-model Porsche 911 and shares the same OCD-esque fervor for recordkeeping as we do.
So let's compare maintenance, repair and depreciation costs between old and new.
It is meant to be one of the most cheerful and uplifting films of the moment, but Love Actually, the box office hit seen by millions of Britons, has been judged to be too frightening for airline passengers.
British Airways has decided that the film, which stars Hugh Grant, Emma Thompson and Colin Firth among others, will have to be censored before it is shown on its aircraft because of a reference to September 11.
"I was dealing with some pedophilia things, OK, OK. "The manager at Lassiter's apartment complex did not want to be identified, but said the incident started with Lassiter walking around the complex saying that his child had been kidnapped.
I was dealing with some sexual desires that I was trying to get some help with, but instead they turned their back on me, the whole system, and tried to take my kids, and they took the rest of the, of the little happiness that I had." "Y’all take this and learn from me. The manager was on the scene before authorities arrived and at one point she even took the phone from Lassiter to speak with the 911 dispatcher.
June 21, 2012 An interesting question piqued our curiosity as the year-long adventure with the 1985 Porsche 911 Carrera M491 -- affectionately known as the Black Plague -- comes to an end.
Does it cost more or less to keep a classic car on the road than a modern equivalent?
It's a good bet that any poor sap selling a car with a 32-year-old body will have fingernails approximating Al Davis's festering stubs, a trailer-park address on his business card, and a hellish thatch of strawberries on his knees from all that begging and scraping.
The exceptions are persons who sell Harleys, Jeep Wranglers (with their snappy Iwo Jima styling), Zamboni skating-rink ice resurfacers, and Porsche 911s.
Mechanically, the old Porsche proved as reliable as a wood-burning stove.