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Aug 18th 2012 8:36AM I do wake up at the crack of dawn - and guess what? - the breakfast foods at the "chains" are no better in the earlier hours. The eggs: - a solid block of a cold "gell like" substance - the bacon: - stringy and greasy- the "fruit salad": - sour - the apples: - old and soft - orange juice:- bitter. No words adjectives left to describe the coffee. In the interest of time and budget I attempt to find something edible at these motels however I've learned my lesson choosing a fruit that appears to be less than five days on the shelf.
Apr 27th 2009 2:17PM No surprises here with Shep. His feelings about the United States were obvious during the Katrina disaster. He is who he is and has what he has because of the military and the CIA who do their jobs. He does not understand the difference between torture and inhanced interrogation. To keep Mr. Smith safe in his expensive shoes and suits, the type of interrogation used is essential.
Mar 21st 2009 3:20PM Judy - you reading my thoughts.
Nov 10th 2007 9:55AM As a frequent traveler on S.W. from Orlando to Ablany, New York, security comes to mind.
Should it be learned after departure that a suspicious passenger may be on board, how is the crew know where this passenger has taken a seat? Surprises me that the FAA allows this free-for-all boarding process. Bring back Delta Express!!!!