It's unclear to me why it happened. But, it surely happened. During my flight from JFK to LAX, I managed to listen to the entire PSY album.
Yep. Between naps and an episode of "30 Rock" and more, I managed to listen to an entire album sang in Korean. And given the diverse set of sounds present on the album, the experience left me quite confused. You see, aside from pondering what "Gangnam Style" is really about, I found myself wondering why airlines do such a poor job of monetizing seats.
Aside from paid movies, food and Sky Mall catalogs, has anyone out there seen interesting ways in which airlines have managed to creatively engage their captive audience?