http://www.latimes.com/business/hiltzik/la-fi-mh-how-airline-classes-20141201-column.html I saw this one coming a few weeks ago due to all the stories in the media about first class cabins. In this column on the LA Times website it talks about how airline seating or classes reflect income inequality. Well actually they use this topic to shape the subject and then prove themselves wrong on the headlines. It seems like a weak attempt to paint those that fly in first class as 1%'ers while the rest of us suffer. Most of those in the game of miles and points know this isn't actually the truth and that many of those in the big front seats are actually loyal customers or those that nearly live in the air due to job requirements. Kind of like comparing a road warrior salesperson with a new company car to someone that has a 20 year old car but only drives once in awhile. Seems to me that this article points out the flawed thinking of socialist that make up the LA Times (yes I'm sure some of you will hate on me). Not everyone is equal in all things and it is impossible to make everything in life exactly equal. Also just because someone has something nicer doesn't mean they didn't work hard to get it or have a reason. Jealously is so dangerous. I'm not rich or special but I get to fly in some nice first class seats once in awhile. Does it make me bad. Does it make me worse that I offer to give up my nice seat to a service member or other person at times? Maybe the airlines are at fault for not creating good seats in all areas of the plane. Do they play the role of government redistribution in this scenario? If they do wouldn't they just put in twice as many bad seats and then not manage the inventory properly. Thoughts?