Caption This Photo: Two Senators in a Can

Reportedly, the middle seat was eventually filled by an innocent bystander.

7 Community Comments, Facebook Comments

  1. bullshit! says:

    Two Senators, one cup.

  2. Pseudonymous says:

    As in life: Bennet, center right, and Cory, right wing.

  3. Diogenesdemar says:

    Your worst travel nightmare!

    When paying $649 for a cabin upgrade is worth every damn penny!

    What could be worse than being stuck on a cruise ship with coronavirus?

    [Bennet thot bubble]: Just keep telling yourself: “it’ll only be for another ten fucking months!”

    [Gardner thot bubble]: Hell, yes! I can count this as a town hall!

  4. kwtree says:

    Missed opportunity for a roving reporter. Two, two, two Senators in one!

  5. Blackie says:

    How did it happen two Senators are in the SAME row of seats? Do they have the same travel agent?

  6. Meiner49er says:

    A few frequent traveler observations:

    1) Bennet is clearly using the middle seat as his workspace, usually indicating “I should be in 1st Class, but don’t have the status or am too cheap to pay for it.”

    2) Bennet has his earbuds in, clearly signaling “No, I don’t want to talk about it.”

    3) Both Senators appear to be sitting in the row immediately before the exit, indicating that while they like a little extra leg room, they’re not willing to pay enough (money or attention) to be able to lean back.

    4) Children usually want the window seat, adults (esp. men of a certain age, and Bennet as a prostate cancer survivor) usually prefer the aisle.

    So, overall caption: “I AM the Senior Senator.”

    • Diogenesdemar says:

      I used to always choose aisle back in the good old days when seats and aisle-ways were wider and people were thinner.  Nowadays, I always choose window so I can sleep if I want, to avoid being climbed over by the forgetful and tiny-of-bladder, and also to keep from being jostled and molested for three or four hours by the aisle traffic.

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