The story won’t mean much to you unless you are familiar with Joel Osteen, a wildly successful preacher who has been such a following that he holds Sunday services in a former basketball arena in Houston. Despite the fact that I’m Jewish, I find him mesmerizing to watch. I’ll flip by his show on Sunday morning and I can’t turn him off. I have no idea why. In any case, his wife, whom he frequently mentions in his sermons and is often portrayed in a very, very favorable light, apparently ain’t so nice. On a Continental flight from Houston to Vail, she (and the rest of the Osteen family) were kicked off the plane after Victoria Osteen found, as we Jews would say, schmutz on her tray table. She asked a flight attendant to clean it, but the woman was unable to clean it at that moment. Osteen snapped back, "find me a stewardess who can." She then pushed a flight attendant and tried to get into the cockpit. Did I mention that they were in first class? I should have. Security or police or someone came on the plane and removed the Osteens (Victoria, Joel and kids) and the flight was delayed 2 hours as their luggage was removed. Anyway, I’m not sure what the lesson here is, but I’ll be watching this Sunday to find out.