Air Over Oxygen

My flight back from Chicago was delayed this past Thursday because “the plane was too hot.” It was 100 degrees in Chicago and one of the cooling units in the plane broke and cabin was too hot to board.
Over an hour past the original boarding time we finally got to our seats, and not only was the plane still hot, but there were no little air nozzles above the seats. Upon realizing we had emergency oxygen units but no air vents, the guy next to me confessed, “I’ll take air over oxygen any day.”

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