Question of the day
Our last question asked: What is the unfortunate reason Air France is trending today? Angry Air France workers literally tore the shirts off the backs of the airline's executives after 2,900 of their jobs were cut.
Kudos to Craig Pittman of the Tampa Bay Times for being the very first to get that right. Honorable mentions go out to these fine folks for getting it, too: Dagmar Ebaugh, Aileen Katcher (who calls it a "defrocking"), Ken Walker, Charlotte LoBuono (who suggests it's "the new Les Miz?"), Maureen MacGregor, Claudine Laforce, David Daniel, Hollywood Highlands, Waterfield Designs (who adds "'Storm the Bastille'—or something like that"), and Ron Casalotti (who calls it "The Air French Revolution!"). Special shout-outs to Malcolm Owen for guessing "Drug sniffer dog handlers worried by Air France being an anagram of 'I Fear Narc'," Margo Howard for guessing "They ran out of red wine," and Joy Tipping for guessing "Americans no longer allowed to speak on flights; French say we can't properly speak English, either."
As for today's question, here it is: Speaking of protests, why are some folks picketing outside Boston's Museum of Fine Arts?
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