ARTICULATION

I find people who use too many words to get their point across completely infuriating.
Here's an example:
"Ladies and gentlemen, we at Jet Airways would like to be the first to welcome you aboard flight 456 to John F. Kennedy airport. Should you have any questions pertaining to your comfort on board this aircraft or need us for any reason at all, please don't hesitate to ask. And we do ask that, while you remain seated during the course of the flight, you make sure that your safety belt is securely fastened about you. Thank you for your attention.

OK, how about:
"Hi, We're going to New York, ring the buzzer if you need us and belt up!"
Now that's the kind of communication I like to receive!