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Aug 22nd 2009 1:40PM It never ceases to amaze me how many uneducated, ignorant hicks that there are in this country, and I think they must all post here on AOL. I guess you all forgot how much idiocy came out of Bush's mouth. What a bunch of idiotic morons.
Jan 9th 2009 11:08AM Cape Town is a beautiful city. It is one of my most favorite cities, and the mayor is right, there is lots to do there!
Jan 7th 2009 10:23PM I totally agree with you Eva! I've felt more danger in many US cities than I ever did in South Africa! Yes, there are problems there, but I'd go back to that beautiful country in a heartbeat. Somalia, the Congo, Afghanistan, the Gaza Strip, and other parts of the Middle East, are far more dangerous in my opinion.
Dec 21st 2008 2:35AM I have indeed eaten the above at my local sushi joint. The ika-somen and uni are regular entrees on the menu at my favorite sushi habitat here in the Bay Area, as well as various tataki. I'm surprised though to learn that these regular menu items are only available at North American sushi restaurants. Why is that?
Dec 16th 2008 1:07AM Hey Willy Duer - get over yourself and re-read my post before you go shooting out of your pie hole! Obviously you have an issue with reading comprehension and can't see that I was defending pilots. Pilots like you are the very reason why I have to defend my "intelligent" pilot friends.
Dec 15th 2008 10:03PM Wolf, what is it Mark Twain said? I think it was something along the lines of "It is better to keep your mouth shut and appear stupid, than to open it and remove all doubt."
Obviously there are people here unfamiliar with the A380, the size of that beast, or the distances and hours it flies. Uh...duh...
Nov 27th 2008 12:55AM I once came upon a dour-looking bunch of TSA'ers as I was going through the security line, and I was in a mischievious mood. Fortunately I was picked to go stand in the air-blowing booth. I grinned and stepped in the booth...poof...poof...poof...the door opened, I stepped out and asked, "WhooHooo, can I do that again?" The TSA'er looked at me with a confused face and said, "What did you say?" I said, "Can I do that again? That felt good, and next time I'm going to wear a skirt!" The grumpy looking TSA'er blushed 20 shades of red, the TSA'ers standing by snickered and I walked on to my gate! At least I made them laugh!
Nov 19th 2008 6:01PM The problem with asking "Is anyone sitting there?" is that someone always is sitting there! I haven't been on a flight with an empty seat in ages! Maybe you'd have better luck in the airport bar. :)
Nov 17th 2008 9:54PM Ahh, the crayfish of Waipapa Bay in beautiful Kaikura. I shot that same photo, but from a different angle. What a beautiful spot that is!
Nov 16th 2008 9:06PM Me too! I want to go back and spend some more time there...and then there is the lobster...yum!