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Discussion in 'United | MileagePlus (including Continental)' started by Anglo Large Clawed Otter, Dec 6, 2011.
Friend of mine caught HA 8401 coming in:
I am ready for moar. The DBA at this client is just an absolute piece of work. Everyone here wants her to retire, and after the meeting of the last two hours, I can see why. She never would have won any personality contest, that's for sure.
Sigh...unfortunately, "worst" contests are few and far between. Must be because the "worsts" always have a lot of close competition.
I'm way ahead of you mate, on my fifth Mai Tai and drinking I mean it is always 5'o clock somewhere .
I've opened a beer bottle using the security bolt on a hotel room door more than once, as well as with the plug of a hotel room lamp. That ruined the plug, so I didn't try it again – but in prying the beer cap off it also bent the hell out of the prongs on the plug. It did get the beer opened, which was what I was most concerned with at the time.
Why are they flying to AUS again?
Yes, but you weren't at work today, were you?
They were craving some brisket and Shiner. :-:
Anyone have a toaster recommendation? Mine is dead...which is shocking. I hardly ever use it, and it's 3 years old.
Beats me. Two things it could be: Lower sales tax by taking delivery in Texas. Or, they're going to announce AUS-HNL service.
I'm not sure whether we will make that one or not -- I am recalling the condition I was in after my last college reunion and am setting fairly low expectations for Sunday...
It's "mush" time at the office now. One of my coworkers is out in the assistant cube area arguing on the proper way of spelling "mush". Mush or moosh?
It's amazing how much more relaxed I am this afternoon after spending 30 minutes and 200 rounds at the indoor range during lunch time.
Beer abuse, I say.
I used to love having an indoor range nearby when I worked in Raleigh. It was an excellent antidote to frustrating meetings.
Touche, I dedicate this next one to you Sully.
I'm pouring. :star:
This one could probably win a worst personality contest.
Let me put it this way – if right now she said "I'm a PMUA 1K for the last 15 years, earned mostly on mileage runs, and I'm mad as hell because my Million Miler status has been 'radically devalued' by $mi$ek and COdbaUA is the world's worst airline and I'm going to threaten legal action because a non-1K/GS member boarded my flight over the Premier Access carpet in front of me last week and I can't walk from T6 to T8 at LAX in less than an hour," I'd not be surprised. She's about as pleasant to deal with as some of those types.
Where are you? Can you pour in Mline in about 30 minutes?
I have used the bathroom door metal piece on the frame many times.
Interesting new airline in Europe using the 717s: http://www.volotea.com/en
Pontiac Grand Prix keys can also double as Leatherman Multi-Tools, but make starting the car teh next day somewhat troublesome . . .
I heard about this. Surprised they didn't jump into any of the Spanair markets.
So my confusion persists.
I had planned to accumulate these EQMs so when the day came that I was switching back to CO as my primary, I would be halfway to the 100,000 right at the start of the year and could get there fairly quickly. I do realize that if I were to continue to use the card heavily, the EQMs that I would pick up now have a shelf life but the legacy ones would still stand.
Do I need to readjust my thinking on this?
That's a problem any day for a later-model Pontiac GP...and, uh, you know, Fiats.