His lack of sex, as he would go on to explain to dozens of listening strangers, was through no fault of his own, but rather that of Southwest Airlines. They had apparently implemented a hiring policy that allowed for, in his opinion, far too many flight attendants who simply didn't meet his standards. He starts out with a statistical analysis, playing it conservatively by only offending homosexuals and older women:
"Well, I had Tucson to Indy all four weeks and, uh, Chicago crews ... there's 12 flight attendants ... 11 f*****g over the top, f*****g ass-f*****g homosexuals and a granny."
"Oh yeah? Well, you should have seen me back in the day, sonny, before the gender reassignment."
He then upped the stakes by tossing in the overweight ladies, henceforth known as "grandes":
"Eleven. I mean, think of the odds of that. I thought I was in Chicago, which was party land ... After that, it was just a continuous stream of gays and grannies and grandes ..."
And then finally, he admitted what most of us were suspecting all along: