BY JOHN FEEHERY
Reprinted from TheFeeheryTheory.com
During the American Civil War, it became quite fashionable for the very wealthy to pay for the privilege to have somebody else take their place in the actual fighting of the conflict.
I was thinking about this dynamic at the airport today.
Instead of paying for the privilege of having somebody else fight for you, in today’s world of frequent flyers and business class travel, you can actually pay for the privilege of cutting in line. Continue reading