Eh, nothing exciting, so let’s just get this out of the way:
From SFO to PHL a United attendant used the phrase “as quickly as feasibly possible.” That’s redundantly repetitive.
US Airways no longer shows movies on domestic flights. Fortunately, this also means (at least in my experience) the end of the annoying inescapable commercials.
The tray table ad at my seat on a US Airways flight from PHL to SFO was upside-down. I wonder if that made it cheaper for the advertiser.
A page in US Airways Magazine dubbed a Las Vegas restaurant as “Chicago’s favorite Las Vegas Italian restaurant.” I’m sure that both the citizens of Las Vegas and the Italians are honored.
One of the flight attendants kept telling people to “boot down” their computers.
The flight attendants kept entering the cockpit on their own and breaking the snack cart barrier rule.
I left the airport in a taxi and gave the driver directions as I read from Google Maps on my iPhone. I don’t think that’s how it should work.
I don’t know if it’s my driving back from the airport persona or if it’s just a little bit of the East Coast wearing off, but every time I drive back to my apartment after a trip I am faster than usual.
Ok, that’s it. Happier blog posts to come starting tomorrow. I have an idea for a new series.