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Re-porpoiseing the the Boing 737

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I was thinking they would make good planters, if the top can come off, or more amusing take the wings off them, attach them to a roller-coaster and watch the crew gamely try to distribute cups of hot coffee and the complementary lemon-scented napkins.

But seriously, they might be more of use in states with the death penalty, or any euthanasia organisation.

not_morrison_rm, Aug 19 2019

The Euthanasia Coaster https://www.youtube...watch?v=eKmKLZOAT38
[Voice, Aug 19 2019]

Yes, the top can come off https://en.wikipedi...Airlines_Flight_243
[lurch, Aug 19 2019]

a slur on the innocent profession of clowning https://www.bbc.com...s/business-51058929
[pertinax, Jan 10 2020]

Commuter train de-crowder Commuter_20train_20de-crowder
Simple, yet elegant [8th of 7, Jan 13 2020]

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       //complementary lemon-soaked napkins// - do they all have matching designs?
hippo, Aug 19 2019
  

       You'd have to ask Arthur Dent...
not_morrison_rm, Aug 19 2019
  

       My daughter visited the Boeing factory a couple of days ago, and apparently the employee parking lot has been commandeered for 737s because they can't deliver them.
MaxwellBuchanan, Aug 19 2019
  

       //My daughter visited the Boeing factory   

       And she lived? It's a miracle.
not_morrison_rm, Aug 19 2019
  

       Connect them to large metal arms around an axis for a carnival ride. It would be almost like flying, except for the part where you're in a Boeing 737.
RayfordSteele, Aug 19 2019
  

       Reminds me of when I was in high school, and one of my teachers wanted us to fundraise to buy the Airbus A320 that Chesley Sullenberger landed in the Hudson River after the engines inhaled a flock of birds. His plan was to set it outside the school and use it as classrooms during the school year and a museum during the summer. I wanted to mount it on the school's roof instead, still serving the same purposes. I don't think we raised a single dollar, though.
notexactly, Aug 22 2019
  

       You can get a new, unused 737MAX for less than a dollar at the moment... in fact, they'll probably pay you to take one away.   

       Re <link>, the line "This airplane is designed by clowns who in turn are supervised by monkeys." insults both clowns and monkeys ...
8th of 7, Jan 10 2020
  

       I am offended by the title of this idea.
the porpoise, Jan 13 2020
  

       ha
theircompetitor, Jan 13 2020
  

       //a new, unused 737MAX for less than a dollar at the moment//   

       I have 5 dollars and an angle grinder. I spy a bright future in the trading of scrap hi-grade aluminium alloys.
bs0u0155, Jan 13 2020
  

       Park the 737s nose-to-tail and weld them end to end in a line between NY and Washington. Renumber the seats cumulatively from 1 (in NY) to 145,433 (in Washington).   

       Passengers for Washington board through the front door and make their way down the aisle to their seats in the 145,000- range. Passengers for NY board through the rear door and head for seats in rows 1-500. After a moment's sitting, passengers deplane at their destination.
MaxwellBuchanan, Jan 13 2020
  

       We have Prior Art on that. <link>
8th of 7, Jan 13 2020
  


 

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