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Dec 2nd 2010 7:53PM When people know that they will spill in to another seat, they need to fly business or first class,where the seats are wider.Otherwise, purchase another seat! On a flight from NY to LA, I was unfortunately seated next to a person who was at least 300 pounds. They had to lift up the arm rest and get a seatbelt extension to fit. I had to squish myself against the wall so I wouldn't get sat on. I paid the same amount(around) as them, so I should be just as comfortable!
Nov 16th 2010 5:47PM I actually had a horrible experience with Delta.I was flying from Paris to New York(with Air France),and then NY to Boston with Delta.I was with my dad,who had recently been in a major car accident(while in Paris),who had to be laying at a large recline most of the time so as to not hurt his back.Hence,we had to fly buisness.When I landed,I had to bring my suitcase with me to the Delta building,where the plane was flying out of.I was positive every zipper was closed.Since they were remodeling,I had to walk about a quarter mile(with at least 50 pounds of luggage) and then check in at a dingy counter that looked like it had never seen Lysol. Once getting through the disgusting security line, we had to wait 4 hours because the flight attendents were running late! They didn't assign us seats until the last minute,and we got stuck in the very back row,next to the bathrooms,because they don't have buisness class(only 1st and economy).We explained the issue to them, and a flight attendent who was seated in first grudginly gave my seat to my father.When we arrived in Boston,every outside pocket was turned inside out and my things had been unfolded and stuffed back in hastily.Worst of all, one of my bracelets(which I had forgotten about in one of my jean pockets),was gone.I went through the entire suitcase,but it wasn't there. I will NEVER fly Delta again
Oct 29th 2010 5:51PM Kids don't dress up in my town,either.The administration one year had to send home over 30 kids on halloween because they were showing too much skin.Plus, most parents won't let their kids out of the house like that
Oct 21st 2010 6:06PM I think just some of the ways the sentences were phrased were not exactly appreciated.They sort of showed you as a stuck up person.Some of these comments,however,have a good point.Bringing alchohol onboard is not always a good idea, because someone could have drank too much and gotten rowdy.
Oct 19th 2010 4:22PM I actually have a friend who was put in special ed in 1st grade because he couldn't read very well... he only got put in to regular classes this year! He's making straight B's and might even move in to a few honors classes if he can get his grade up a little more.And they said he had a learning disability!
Oct 10th 2010 9:06PM she might have just had something that made her remember him and she may want to honor his memory.if you don't like the name, try to talk her out of it.If you do like it, then you can keep the original name as the first and make the brother's name the middle name.Or vice versa.Hope this helps :)
Aug 12th 2010 3:59PM I just use Burt's Bees Pomgranate Lip Balm... It keeps your lips super soft and it smells great!
Jul 5th 2010 5:52PM i think bath and body works has an equivalent of the fitflops online.... they look sporty and they actually work! :) good luck
Jul 5th 2010 5:43PM I totally agree with Nyzshelli! flip flops on a man just look wrong... my gymnastics coach had pink hollister ones, but that's probably the worst you can get!