Airplane Porn: Mark Literally on AirTran

I’m going light on my post today since it’s officially a holiday here in the US. What better way to kick off the holiday weekend than with a little airplane porn?

This time, there actually is a person involved, but fortunately, he is fully clothed. Apparently, AirTran is really happy that Mark Malkoff made it through June without a hitch. This has been great publicity for the airline and its wifi efforts, and they’ve decided to commemorate the event with a giant picture of Mark, literally on AirTran.

Mark Literally on AirTran

That’s Mark’s wife, who appears to be rather happy to have her husband back despite the fact that he hasn’t seen a shower since May.

I hope everyone enjoys their 4th here in the US. (And for my British readers, I hope you aren’t still too bitter – it has, after all, been more than 230 years. You know we still love you.)


6 Responses to Airplane Porn: Mark Literally on AirTran

  1. David SFeastbay says:

    I wonder how much fame he will have now that it’s over.

    You and Mrs Cranky enjoy your long weekend also.

  2. Nick says:

    I still celebrate the 4th even though we relinquished responsibility of this land some years ago – I go round to our friends with my Union Jack just to let them know that we have not all left!

    Have a good 4th all you regardless of nationality..

    Nick (Brit)

  3. Rob says:

    Great post! haha I’m not sure I could spend that long on a plane and I love aviation!
    But the holiday part is new to me: I never thought the 3rd was a holiday too..but then again here in new york a couple of places were already setting off fireworks today. Is it just because it falls on a saturday this year?

    And, as Nick said, Happy 4th to everyone, regardless of nationality.

  4. jordan says:

    considering that america celebrate IN-dependace of Britain.. read it again!… should tell you that America is still controlled by London. Sorry to burst your bubble!!

  5. CF says:

    Rob – Yes, it’s only a holiday this year because the 4th is on a Saturday. Next year when the 4th is on a Sunday, the 5th will be a holiday. That’s the way the federal govt recognizes all date-specific holidays, at least.

  6. Bobber says:

    Never bitter, Cranky. We pass our time contemplating the 230 years of unpaid tax we’re relying on receiving to get us out of this recession!

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