Boeing has announced that it's entering the space-tourism business by offering for sale any seats that NASA does not use on its rockets bound for the International Space Station. - New York Times: "Boeing Plans to Fly Tourists to Space"
Welcome aboard the Boeing XL-57 space capsule bound for the International Space Station. By now you should have safely stowed your auxiliary oxygen tank in the overhead bin or underneath the seat in front of you.
At this time, we ask you to take a few minutes and familiarize yourself with the safety features aboard this Boeing spacecraft. There is only one exit on this spacecraft -- the large red door marked ESCAPE HATCH. Take a moment now to locate the ESCAPE HATCH, keeping in mind that in some cases, it may be behind you. Please do not touch this door unless instructed to do so by an astronaut. And please do not take photos of each other pretending to exit the escape hatch.
In the unlikely event of a water landing, your seat cushion can be used as a floatation device. In the more likely event of an extra terrestrial landing, your seat cushion can also be used as a crude shield to protect you from the deadly gamma rays that will likely shoot out of the eyes of an alien who's angry that you've crash-landed on his property.