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Comment from: DrPozzi [Visitor]
DrPozzi

i HATE theater clappers. perhaps they just get confused thinking they are at a play, and then the domino effect comes in and a whole section is clapping… i dont know.

but i do yell at the TV when watching sports. it just happens, i’m not doing it b/c i think it will help, rather it is cathartic.

08/30/05 @ 13:19
Comment from: Rachel [Visitor]
Rachel

NOT a fan of the theater clappers. I find it mostly occurs with the younger crouds. They’re pleased that good guy beat the bad guy or something. It’s possible they never grew out of, their parents never told them they shouldn’t and they have continued to do so as they mature.

I do talk to the television though. I can’t help it. It just comes out. Also, I’m ashamed to admit it, but once, I yelled at the screen in the theater.

08/30/05 @ 17:57
Comment from: Lt. Bottles [Visitor]
Lt. Bottles

As much as i hate when people clap at the end of movies, what really drives me nuts is people who feel it necessary to clap after their plane lands…as if the pilot will come out and thank each person for being such an excellent passenger.

09/01/05 @ 09:59
Comment from: nick [Visitor]
nick

I would normally agree with Lt. Bottles on this one, however I was on a flight last night coming home from Puerto Rico (I swear, that’s not a shot at you Lt.) and it took us 3 tries to land. It was so windy out that we actually touched down two different times and had to re-take off.

On the last attempt we finally got down but the plane started to weave side to side. When the pilot finally got everything under control, the plane erupted in applause.

As I would normally not find this to be appropriate, this specific situation seemed to make it more than required.

09/01/05 @ 11:03


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