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March 22, 2006



I managed to get my luggage neatly stowed away and out of my reach after the lake charles, la show (nov. '04) by Continental in Houston. :rolleyes: It made its way home with me but was not a happy experience. From now on I travel carryon only whenever possible. (Or atleast an extra shirt or something in my backpack when I fly)...


Try Continental. They managed to lose my suitcase on a straight through flight from Houston to Pensacola. Good thing they managed to find it pretty quick.


On my return flight from the Grand Prairie/Abilne trip, I left Memphis for TriCities and my luggage went to Detroit. When it found its way home it only had 1 wheel!

What is the fascination with counting on your fingers? In ASL class I always get the question: "Can you teach us to count to ten on one hand?"
Yes, I can. First lesson, that's not a 3 you're showing. Its a six. :)


I don't fly, but then again I don't have a schedule like yours to keep. :o) To me, if I can't get their in my motor home, it's not worth going!

iTunes and France: That country is shooting themselves in the foot with legislation like that.


yes, there is a reason to avoid chicago o'hare and go for the connection in dallas dfw instead. flying east to denver colorado is no picnic either. the map now confirms it.

as for airlines losing luggage, that's the number one reason why i do carry on for almost all flights. did you ever wonder why don't they make those overhead bins bigger, then?

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