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For a little -- with spare change today we're joined by fox business's own Dennis -- and democratic strategist Julie -- keep first up.
Which pay extra to get off of planes sooner according to airfare watchdog dot com one out of six Americans would.
About ten cents a you they would pay an extra ten dollars.
3% said they would fork over to when he dollars.
So US airlines could cash in an extra 730 million dollars per year how much and what you guys what do you in 3% by the way.
So they would pay an undisclosed -- though whenever I would pick whatever to up this at which point and in us are charging me go to the bathroom enough we're giving these people horrible ideas and so that's we're doing jobs that weren't in the segment because -- can't guarantee Jackson again a plane looked like twenty bucks -- -- -- sleepers right how do you of course ago.
How do you force that that is because I think the kind of person moved out of my way -- anyway -- -- I don't know how you would like say no this yeah -- be stopped again on the way out what do you think Dennis.
Well I think that -- is a great idea and then they could have sliding fees to Wear when you've been one on -- on one of those flights where you've been on the tarmac for five hours -- anybody got hot dollar to get off early eight.
It's like when it's on time he only paid twenty bucks to get off early all my gosh here's stereo forgets of the as much is that airlines nickel and dime with these -- you know that.
I'm Southwest Airlines which amounts -- we're not gonna charge back fees they brought in a billion dollars an extra ticket revenue because they -- go to south well yeah.
And you know what my question is it your second term act for twelve hours that you're template of how much it -- to get off that plane and without the without bucks to get back -- exactly yeah start offering meet payments per hour when you run late and I take that airline more often there you go care bonus points for outlawing some -- -- ready -- next story.
Good news for anyone going to -- that summer lobster is now cheaper than baloney.
Just in time but that's -- -- -- -- that the excess supply of lobster is driving the price down between 250.
And three dollars a pound so what do you think would you stocked up -- -- -- -- you know I used to and I would demand a couple some I.
For what made -- I don't know litigated again laughter this is like that this is so soft shell laughter -- Jeff shed their their hard shelled.
It's not as good and rich and dances as really Rob Thomas what you're -- and I don't giant will also it's all -- and you -- dying to get up.
Why didn't we feel guilty you know what I can always handy excuse the hot dogs -- -- that's lunch W damage through it and for the July all the sudden now they're getting -- high polluting their lobster -- -- you know feel guilty about -- baloney about dogs in the first I was -- baloney MI group.
Right Sera feels you don't feel sorry for the lobster and it sounds like yet know that -- supplying them out -- is beneath you anyways that it does that -- that's the way bills you know -- -- -- gotta watch this in order to appreciate it because we probably all felt this guy's frustration take a look we have this right.
-- -- After been denied.
A refund that the company says he was not entitled to -- I mean come on who knows 42 year old Jason caught her through this tantrum at a T-Mobile store.
In England can -- he's -- citizens are -- around.
He tears outlook guys -- -- -- seeing pressure he's sort of hosing down the halls throw this he's just gone absolutely bananas.
There's a guy acting just huddling over in the quarter three guys were able to stop and before -- there there are so that the -- to -- get him although I.
They're pretty great because they're walking in a sort of stock and make you with the tax thing which -- OK so.
All felt that way or is like question why these -- -- standing outside taking pictures coming -- looks warm swarm on top of the sky and instead they're like hello my parents I thought I would across the street I'm not even sure I'd be through the window to -- -- -- always.
-- here's the biggest thing for me.
Number this took place signaling him in England in in in them Manchester evening.
-- -- -- I don't trust us or how about screaming and really rip it apart he's just kind of going through looking shopping and then linkup OK Nelson -- also.
Outrage how much shattered some glass baby you tell you know -- when did you know.
Just wanted to do it many yeah I wanted to.
Yeah I don't I certainly thought about that enters the extinguisher looks really five I think there's this McDonald's Iraq hesitant -- -- -- they are.
Oh my gosh their mind numbing -- they take fifty orders and still not let them and we involving the way this plays -- everybody's -- up to the side.
Someone -- -- go bananas you know not my kids there but -- -- the bananas when ordering something and they're talking to each other.
Yes and you're my love I don't try to move the data towards out -- -- currency -- -- -- ambassador.
Surprising that they still -- the services industry yeah okay RE moving on com one of the largest fourth of July celebrations in the country -- -- -- last night.
Off what a glitch caused all of the fireworks to go often at wants all of them.
-- -- -- -- Is normally eighteen minutes the but -- -- lasted.
Fifteen seconds hundreds of spectators.
That the -- is on fireworks actually kind of -- is looking got.
It looks like -- nuclear holocaust and so -- allowed.
And unfortunate every out.
There at all ever -- Evaluated there are four hours those people and that only fifteen seconds have to go away so we have here is a case of premature a valuation.
Are you still my lion I want broad and Ron Burgundy to cover this -- San Diego months with an anchor.
It -- you be perfect to cover the story I'm sorry analysts see your number two -- Robert yeah now absolutely we can you imagine so -- goes off and you think.
What has happened have these spokesperson claimed that all of -- -- -- is like.
Hello it's a very familiar sounding stories -- people as -- not that's.
Like I just some I don't know what you're -- up but I I don't even understand that benefit apparently is actually care about them.
-- -- Everyone always wondered what would happen if all the fireworks when -- I'll fight once we have all wondered that was and let them all at one time in turnout and disappointing.
And yet they don't and -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I have noticed certain intervention it does look a little like anywhere on.
Those fireworks -- -- you thank you both for joining us.
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