1- Pack everything in a carry-on.
2- Bring a sandwich.
3- Bring a book.
4- Take the train.
I like to watch a movie. I will rip a DVD to a file on my laptop. That way, the battery will last a lot longer, as opposed to spinning a DVD. Just my two cent’s worth.
The airline found someone that’s even appalling to them.
Says the rat whom would be trampled by cattle.
…And the passengers in steerage all say moo…
In accordance with older jokes, that means there are in-flight meals.
He must have recently flown on Frontier. That about sums up their policy.
The last time I flew was in 1995-ish, and as time goes on the more disinclined I am to do it again. I drive on my vacations, because I like to drive. As I am now a Gravitationally-Challenged American, flying for me (and my seatmates) would likely be that much more unpleasant.
My next trip is liable to be from Oregon (home) to Scotland (Parents and Siblings home). If you can give me driving directions I would be happy to make a road trip of it.
Unfortunately there are some places you just can’t drive to. So sometimes people have to fly or go by boat. My wife gets seasick, so the boat is out for us.
That whiny Ann Coulter will sue you Rat
Why bother with giving the Cattle (“I loathe them!”) clarity, as though they deserve anything? Keep ’em confused. That works to your advantage, Rat!
I have ONE thing to say about that…Moooooooooooo!
This is actually true. After 911 the airlines figured out that they can make a lot of money by relieving the discomfort of air travel. The problem is that if they simply do their jobs efficiently then 95% of that trouble disappears on its own. The solution is to deliberately and systematically make “basic” air travel as horrible as they possibly can and then charge you a premium to stop being jerks. It’s called “calculated misery”. I’m not making this up. you can google it.
The cattle battle continues!!