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Discussion in 'United | MileagePlus (including Continental)' started by Anglo Large Clawed Otter, Dec 6, 2011.
I hear the dear Supreme Leader actually walks you from gate to gate at 35 minutes or less.
Watching "Office Space - Special edition with Flair" on DVD..
I would fire the home caterer.
Not much you can do about the airline caterer except maybe start anther thread over at TOBB about how the merger has failed us all......
Correct. The home guy is SO fired.
Picking the correct neighborhood to live in would be important. At one of the light rail stops all the girls that got off had tats on their breasts that told stories (some had room for long ones they did not mind showing). It was my moment of feeling old and conservative today.
Speaking only to the logistics, rather than legal connection or issues of on-time arrival:
as long as you can get off timely (as in F or close up E+), and the connection isn't to a 7xxx flight (Great Lakes uses far-end A concourse; I think that's those are the only one, but you can check), then 25 minutes to the 10m window should be plenty.
He is flying AA, so in his case the merger has pre-failed him.
So on the phone just before, I used the term DYKWIA. I pronounced it with the first syllable in rhyme with 'trick.' He had never heard the acronym; I spoke it out, and he then said he would pronounce that in rhyme with "dike."
I always think of it as the former, but the latter is at least, if not more, logical. Just curious; is there a consensus in pronunciation?
And the saga of delays continues... My flight is delayed due to waiting for inbound aircraft, but upon checking the where is this aircraft is coming from feature, the plane is already in LAX since 3pm and it is supposed to depart for SBA now, but it is delayed due to waiting for inbound aircraft
How can it be delayed waiting for inbound aircraft if the plane is already here?
The upcoming B6 service from LGB-ANC is definitely interesting - it's 5.5 hours blocked on a A320 at airports not known for congestion
I was talking about an organization headquartered on Bainbridge Island. Don't think Bainbridge gets the chest tatoo set, though I could be wrong.
Given the personalities of most DYKWIAs, I'd say a pronunciation that rhymes with "trick" is more appropriate.
Hmm...subconsciously, that probably had something to do with my choice. And not only that, but some of them are pretty tricky, to boot.
Story of my life.
No they did have lots of body pIercing (men) but not scary at all.
First - a hippo birdie to Mrs Mackie.
Second - the bad news. I couldn't stuff my face with moar of the delicious food that Mackie and Co. prepared. .
Third - the good news. Everything was spectacular and we were sent home with at least 3 lbs of fabulousness.
Burp. Thanks to the Mackies for the wonderful hospitality. That is all.
Nice to see the guy from teh MSP flights on this one too.
Hey, same thing happened at my home base.... Ran out of cheap vodka to mix with tonic.... That guy is so fired tomorrow..... Good thing we has some expensive stuff to waste with the tonic.
I hoap the 3 lbs were in a doggie bag and not firmly attached to body parts you did not want to enhance.
Just got a change on my BOS-DEN-BOI itin for 34 minutes mainline to mainline and UA said ok.
However my 4 minute layover on the way back BOI-SFO-BOS wasn't
Okay...you have convinced me.
Anyone ever been to PWM before? Teh Points Guy did a write up (and without the usual DYKWIA episodes) on Portland and it looks really cool. Might be a neat place to jaunt over to in the heat of August.
What would you like to know??? It's a great town.
Lol. Yes in a baggie. . And the kid absconded with half the ribs and some pork. She sends props to Mackie.
I will have words with anyone who tries to get the rest. :-:
I'm on a plane!