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Introduce 'talking' or 'quiet' seats on airplanes, which would be offered in addition to the routine window or aisle options. Then, they can seat passengers according to their chatting preference. Extroverts will be assured that the person next to them wants to make small talk as well, and introverts can be guaranteed a quiet ride.
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By Michael D. Grissom
If they start doing that then preferences such as race, creed, color, sex, religion, body odor, age, sexual orientation, marital status, personality trates, hobbies, line of work, social class standing, current & expected alcohol consumption, eating habits (vegitarian?), size/weight, political affiliations, snoring habits, etc; etc. Most of these things would be far more important to me than chatting habits. Can you imagine the form you'd have to fill out at the ticket counter?

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