Miss Alli: [pause] Ooo-kay.
Bill: Whereas as it was, when they asked us to step aside, which we felt was unfair, we were there first, and we were just presenting our credentials, our passports, and tickets -- we did have boarding tickets -- and let me ask you, [Miss Alli], you understand what that was, correct? It wasn't the gate to the airplane, it was a security checkpoint, you understand that?
Miss Alli: Yes.
Bill: Okay, 'cause that had been, I think, a little bit misunderstood by a lot of people on the internet, that that was actually the boarding gate to Air France, and it wasn't.
Joe: We got accused that we had no right to be at an Air France gate, since we weren't flying on an Air France plane. [But] everybody who's getting on an airplane has to go through that doorway.
Miss Alli: Okay. The other thing that you had brought up -- they had talked a little bit about guards and guns and things, and you seemed to be saying no.
Bill: You know, there was a gun over his shoulder, but no one ever pulled a gun on us. Before -- let me tell you, I was right there, the guard was standing right in front of me, Nancy and Emily -- Emily passed me, she was shoved past my arm, so yes, she bumped into me also, because she was actually pushed, or...