To the young man who rushed to get in front of all the other passengers on the plane at the Albany airport - why you gotta be so rude?

Did you not hear the flight attendant ask everyone to wait in their seat to maintain social distancing rather than lining up in the aisle? Did you not see the women and her baby also waiting to get off from your self absorbed bubble? Or the elderly man who board on a wheelchair?

You must have also missed the part about wearing a mask at all times while on the flight. It's meant to be worn not just over your mouth but your nose too. It's just too bad it didn't hide the foul words everyone you barged in front of, including small children, could hear spewing from it.

I get it. It was late. You were tired. You just wanted to get home. After being on the road for 14 hours, we wanted to get home too. But we also wanted to be courteous to everyone else on board, who all felt the same.

You're no more important than any passenger on that plane, or any other plane for that matter. But you're young and hopefully you'll grow out of your immaturity and self entitlement. Because one day you may rush to be on top and miss the person who will knock you back to the bottom.

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