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AT&T slashes prices for some family plans
Mon Feb 3, 2014
Complain to the FCC, and it immediately comes to the attention of the Office of the President of AT&T. That's what I did over a billing/advertising issue. I heard back from AT & T within a week of filing the complaint.
Illness cuts short another cruise vacation
Thu Jan 30, 2014
That's what you get for travelling on cattle boats with 6,000 (4,000 passengers and 2,000 crew) or more of your best friends. I cruise on Crystal which has ships that hold less than 1,000 guests with 800 crew. Maybe a dozen children and 2 dozen teenagers on the whole ship. 30 peopl …
Delta makes totally tubular 1980s-themed safety video
Tue Jan 28, 2014
Nice try, but Air New Zealand still owns the safety video world
Win an easy $1B -- pick every March Madness winner!
Tue Jan 21, 2014
They were talking about it on ESPN last night. ESPN has had something like 30 Million brackets submitted through the years its been running a March Madness contest, and not a single one has been perfect.
Child deaths are tragic reminder that products pose risk long after recall
Thu Jan 16, 2014
In reply to: tonly24 #4 Sorry, but you don't pay the close attention to a 5 and an 8 year old the way you do a 2 or 3 year old. At 5 & 8 they could have been playing video games, reading, playing outside, anything. Apparently it's been 14 years since the recall, and so many things ar …
Not a stunt: Velveeta confirms shortage
Thu Jan 9, 2014
The stuff could disappear from the face of the Earth and we would all be healthier for it.
Delays can be more than just a nuisance for stranded travelers
Wed Jan 8, 2014
You know, for thousands of years travel was slow and uncertain. You got to your destination when you got to your destination. It's only been within the last 200 years, starting with the steamship packets of the 1820's, that anyone has tried to travel on a schedule.
Canada to phase out home postal delivery to stem losses
Wed Dec 11, 2013
What do you mean if they ever do this in the US? When I moved into a new subdivision in 1997 the USPS placed a box about halfway down the block. All of the houses on that stretch of street had to go to that box to get their mail. Each address had a separate locking compartment and …
Four injured in explosion of hot-air balloon in Southern California, fire officials say
Sat Nov 9, 2013
Temecula is a California wine region? Now I know where Thunderbird comes from.
FAA overhauls pilot training requirements
Tue Nov 5, 2013
In reply to: jerryb-1604912 #7 Wasn't a Jumbo passenger jet. It was a DeHavilland/Bombadier Dash-8 twin-engine turboprop. It wasn't just training, I believe crew fatigue also had a role. These regional airlines don't pay diddly-squat and so the flight crews often work other jobs to …
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