With airline load factors running high, Shankman acknowledges that switching seats at the gate could mean that one of the "matched" parties ends up in the loathsome middle seat.Eat your heart out, Eharmony.
"You're not going to go from coach to first (class) or from 34A by the bathroom to an exit row. But if you're with someone you want to talk to, it doesn't matter," says Shankman, who is unmarried. "If a beautiful woman e-mailed me and said, 'I want to sit next to you,' I would chew off my right arm to sit in 34B."
P.S. I promise I will post something substantial—eventually.