What better way to fly to New York than watching a Scorcese film? Delta had “Shine A Light” available on the inflight entertainment. They never played “Gimme Shelter” for Marty, though, which is his hallmark tune. That was disappointing. But, “Sympathy for the Devil” rocked enough to give fans of the Godard film a shiver. Also had “There Will Be Blood” to watch: the birth of america at its most Manichean. In all a good omen seeing these things on the way. Though note to airlines: shouldn’t put boxing films or rock-n-roll on board if you want us to be “as docile as a Hindu cow” (Fight Club). Or don’t complain at the foottapping and cheering.