Behind the Safety Card in Your Seatback Pocket…

Friday, March 16th, 2012 @ 3:25 pm | Headline, News, Other

If you’re not going to be flying on American Airlines this month, you’ll miss this great story in the American Way magazine about Syfy movies, featuring our very own David Michael Latt.

And that’s a lot better than actually having to sit on an airplane next to our very own David Michael Latt

 

 

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    7 Responses to “Behind the Safety Card in Your Seatback Pocket…”

    1. Rick Says:

      Nice article.

      Idea for the 4th of July – an ancient evil spirit is awakened when a FireWorks Super Store is opening near it’s prison. Splitting it’s lifeforce throughout the various rockets, sparklers, and mortars; the spirit prepares to unleash a fiery wrath upon the unsuspecting town.

      Idea for Thanksgiving – same except replace Fireworks with turkeys.

    2. David Latt Says:

      How the hell did you get that picture of me? The TSA promised they don’t keep them…

    3. Joe Lawson Says:

      It’s okay, Latt, they only keep the naked ones of you

    4. Chris Mackey Says:

      Great article, LATT comes off as Having Feelings ???

    5. Gregory Paul Smith Says:

      Nice! My parents flew on American & scored a copy! =)

    6. DiGrazia Says:

      Ohhhh! So it was the TSA that kept texting me those naked LATT pics! I feel a little less uncomfortable now.

    7. Princess and the Pony « asylumfan Says:

      [...] Queen Matilda (Kim Little) is married to this guy.  http://www.theasylum.cc/blog/2012/03/behind-the-safety-card-in-your-seatback-pocket/ [...]

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