Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Airport Alone?

Recently saw Home Alone and though I still enjoyed the movie thoroughly, I thought the basic plot point - a family forgetting a kid when going on a vacation - was too far-fetched. Guess not!

6 Comments:

At 1:13 PM, Blogger Raju said...

LOL.. nothing is far-fetched in this world.. This also reminds us that whenever we do things in the last minute, we are quite prone to doing some silly mistakes. So,
the lesson to the kids: Never trust your parents..
the lesson to the parents: Never trust your parents.. ;)

 
At 1:46 PM, Blogger Orange Fronkey said...

Jesus Christ!!!!!! Too crazy!

Raju, I'd say lesson to parents is that never trust others when it comes to your child.. they have to make sure they see their child and keep tab on. Man this is nuts.

 
At 9:04 PM, Blogger skanda said...

"Home alone" 2 is still the best when the kid gets stranded in New York. The antics in the Gift shop and in The Hotel room where the staff tries to confront him are hilarious...still can be watched over and over again.

 
At 11:00 PM, Blogger Kay said...

BB

I was shocked when I read the article earlier in the morning. That's my worst nightmare - to misplace my kids in a mall or an airport. My second worst nightmare is accidentally backing over them in a car. I am paranoid about these two things.. Always have been! It is so scary that these things acutally happens..

Andy Grove once said "Only the paranoid survive!". So true.. When it comes to kids, be paranoid ! It is the only way to survive!

Kay

 
At 11:00 PM, Blogger Balaji said...

raju, loved the 2 lessons. very true :)

merino, nuts is the right word. couldn't imagine what the toddler went thro. and air canada seems to have done a great job :)

skanda, don't remember if i've seen it. but planning to :)

 
At 11:02 PM, Blogger Balaji said...

kay, yeah, i've read a couple of news items on people accidentally backing over kids. much scarier and sadder than this.

 

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