Fly the Friendly Skies...

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Kolohe
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Re: Fly the Friendly Skies...

Post by Kolohe » 15 Oct 2018, 22:22

Mo wrote:
15 Oct 2018, 05:55
dead_elvis wrote:
14 Oct 2018, 15:31
I think we might have finally reached pre-checkception. Over time I've noticed the lines getting longer and longer and flying today the TSA pre-check line was longer than the regular line. Oh well, it was nice while it lasted and at least you avoid the porno-scanner.
Longer, but faster
#twss ?
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Re: Fly the Friendly Skies...

Post by nicole » 16 Nov 2018, 06:32

I was bound to have to spend the night in an airport at some point, right?

Odysseying home today. NYC to Chicago via Miami. But I just boarded!
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Re: Fly the Friendly Skies...

Post by Warren » 16 Nov 2018, 10:08

nicole wrote:
16 Nov 2018, 06:32
I was bound to have to spend the night in an airport at some point, right?

Odysseying home today. NYC to Chicago via Miami. But I just boarded!
*shudder* At least you have the internets. And hopefully a comfy set of bluetooth headphones. Bon voyage.
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Re: Fly the Friendly Skies...

Post by Kwix » Today, 04:12

nicole wrote:
16 Nov 2018, 06:32
I was bound to have to spend the night in an airport at some point, right?

Odysseying home today. NYC to Chicago via Miami. But I just boarded!
I'm confused. Chicago in November vs Miami in November. You really wanted to take that second leg?
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Re: Fly the Friendly Skies...

Post by Hugh Akston » Today, 13:31

Kwix wrote:
Today, 04:12
nicole wrote:
16 Nov 2018, 06:32
I was bound to have to spend the night in an airport at some point, right?

Odysseying home today. NYC to Chicago via Miami. But I just boarded!
I'm confused. Chicago in November vs Miami in November. You really wanted to take that second leg?
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Re: Fly the Friendly Skies...

Post by Pham Nuwen » Today, 14:08

Hugh Akston wrote:
Today, 13:31
Kwix wrote:
Today, 04:12
nicole wrote:
16 Nov 2018, 06:32
I was bound to have to spend the night in an airport at some point, right?

Odysseying home today. NYC to Chicago via Miami. But I just boarded!
I'm confused. Chicago in November vs Miami in November. You really wanted to take that second leg?
Two words: Florida Man
Florida Man says fuck you to your fancy numbers.
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Re: Fly the Friendly Skies...

Post by Warren » Today, 14:19

Pham Nuwen wrote:
Today, 14:08
Hugh Akston wrote:
Today, 13:31
Kwix wrote:
Today, 04:12
nicole wrote:
16 Nov 2018, 06:32
I was bound to have to spend the night in an airport at some point, right?

Odysseying home today. NYC to Chicago via Miami. But I just boarded!
I'm confused. Chicago in November vs Miami in November. You really wanted to take that second leg?
Two words: Florida Man
Florida Man says fuck you to your fancy numbers.
I'm going to have to go with Pham on this one.
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