Gary Brown

What was reassuring about previous week’s “vacationer” flight into house by Blue Origin’s New Shepherd house capsule was that everybody aboard got a window seat.

No person was “sitting on the hump” in the center of a car’s again seat whining about how “I cannot see” or sitting down in an aisle seat leaning away from the elbows of all the passengers walking to the relaxation place. 

Most people received to seem out at the passing surroundings, which, granted, was just air for most of the flight. And they all have been allowed to get out of their seats and float all over in the course of the couple minutes of waitlessness.

Admittedly, it was a quick 10-moment flight, so there was not sufficient time to study a magazine from the seat-back in front of you or check out an in-flight film. Nobody got treats.