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."


Rusty said...

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


Bill Crider said...

Me, too, Rusty.