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Discussion in 'United | MileagePlus (including Continental)' started by Olton Hall, Oct 1, 2012.
This just ups his hipster score.
This CRJ is like a Swedish spa. I feel like I'm going to need to jump into Lake Michigan after this flight.
And I think my nuts are down by my knees
Meh. I think we'd just move up here since they'd give us the rate that they'd otherwise reimburse for travel. For that amount, we could have a decent place.
You may want to check out AKA serviced apartments, especially since they have a location near Central Park (not near work, but cool nonetheless).
lmk if you need a broker.
Good morning Box.
Sure, there's a small sliver of nightlife in downtown. I believe it is near where sdm1130 lives... but, otherwise, most of the action is on Wash Ave, with some in Midtown (right next to where I am about to sell my townhouse). Things change quickly.
And even then it may not be enough. It's still better than nothing. Apparently, the drug manufacturers missed a flu strain for this year's vaccine.
ETA: I received the flu shot as well.
Will do. My wife is a big fan of Chelsea after staying there over the last week.
Gotta keep up my street cred.
I've always maintained that the germs get inside of me and say, "Hot damn, there's waaaaay too much area to cover here. Let's just quit while we're ahead."
Morning box...I feel sicky...
Flu germs are afraid of me. Don't know why.
Now, if only the bronchitis bugs were, too...
Just paid $8 for a RT SIN-KUL flug. Taxes, etc, were $170.
In many cases, the shelf life of the hot neighborhood for bars and night clubs in Houston is about four years. Since I graduated college in 1996, I've seen it shift at least four times. A few areas do consistently hold onto their share of it, like Uptown/Galleria which has always had some, and Montrose. But what's really trendy moves every few years. Downtown Houston's peak for that kind of stuff was centered around the north end of Downtown probably around 2004. By 2006 it was starting to decline there and grow elsewhere. By 2009 what was still left in that area was maybe 30% of what it had been five years earlier.
I seem to pick up both of them, which is why I always get the flu shot. Last year I missed the shot and got lucky, but this year I made sure to get it. I've had the flu in at least 75% of the years of my adult life I didn't have the shot, including one case that was so bad I probably should have been hospitalized.
It's too bad there's not a bronchitis shot. I type this as I sit here and cough up crud.
Never had a flu shot, never had the flu. Of course, I just jinxed it.
Have suffered from bronchitis since I was a kid, plus this winter allergy thing for about the past 12 years. The coughing gets really old. No crud, though.
Boxpoint is slow?
However, the generally starts on Monday. Students are not on campus yet. So less
I have had it with these mutha-****ing snakes on this mutha-****ing Q-400.
Essentially yes. Although in our case, it's not based on my current employer.
Only if he lives in Williamsburg...
Hope you have a large rental budget then...
It's a good boost to his PBR rating for teh upcoming 2013 season. I suspect he'll be in demand after teh Park Slope Combine in various Fantasy Hipster Leagues.
But Sikorsky is over off of the Merritt Parkway...
And, do people actually like arriving into Terminal B at EWR, especially if they are on UA?
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