Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Pass that Lasagna Sandwich

U.S. theater seats expand as audiences get fatter - Entertainment - Movies - "Seats in U.S. theaters have gotten bigger during the last century to accommodate the expanding size of the members of the audience.
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Bigger seats have meant higher costs for theaters and their patrons because modern auditoriums can hold only half the number of people as a similar size auditorium built in early 1900, according to the report."


  1. Airline seats, on the other hand, are getting narrower. Or so it seems to me.