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Feb 18th 2012 12:59PM Though it's nice to see I'm not the only one using Weebly.
Oct 6th 2010 1:36AM I would use this on those cold winter nights when my wife has locked me out of the house and the car's so low on gas that I can't run the heater all night.
Aug 4th 2010 5:13AM With so many budget chains giving free Internet access, Hilton's continued insistence on a ridiculously high per-day charge simply shows that they don't get it.
May 22nd 2010 4:48PM . . . and the site that claims to host the shovel brigade video appears to be a porn site. It might not be a bad idea to do a teensy bit of fact-checking and background research before slapping these vids up on Gadling. Just a suggestion.
May 22nd 2010 1:41PM Guys, please do your homework. Both of these are amazing videos, BUT (and I don't know about the shovel brigade) that brick-stacking video has been around for a couple of years; one source says its from Bangladesh, not Haiti: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lV-iP1jSMlI
Apr 9th 2010 5:19AM I posted this over on Arthur Frommer's blog - but haven't seen this point noted anywhere -- looking at the Spirit price schedules for after August 1 -- for a $9 Fare Club member -- the cost to carry on a bag = $20 (preregistered). But the cost to check the first bag = $15 (preregistered). Yes, IT IS CHEAPER TO CHECK THE BAG THAN TO CARRY IT ON. For non-members it's $30 vs. $25, again cheaper to check the bag. What is going on here?
Apr 3rd 2010 11:42AM Now, let's be fair. As inane as the reaction of Homeland Security was to this family of hapless Canadians, remember that the genital bomber boarded his flight in Amsterdam, not the US.
Sep 12th 2009 5:11PM Southwest is actually unusually generous in this regard. If any passenger purchases an extra seat (whether required or simply desired), he or she can do so. If the flight is not completely full -- so long as there is one empty seat -- then (if asked) SW will reimburse the cost of that extra seat.
Sep 9th 2009 4:11PM Well, I guess that means we'd better leave our powdered non-dairy creamer products at home. Do a Google search on "cremora" and you'll see why.
Sep 5th 2009 8:16AM Annie, how do you know these are comfortable if they're not out until November 1? Are the product recommendations on this site based on actual use, or do you recycle PR that you get from product vendors without actually seeing or trying the product? I'm not trying to be confrontational, but I think it's important for readers to know whether you're really endorsing these products or just passing along advertising disguised as a blog post.