"...and known to one and all for the way she sang a good song, oh, if she could only catch her breath." 'Tis, Frank McCourt. For reasons that aren't clear to me, my travel schedule tends to go in waves. By that I mean, I'll go nowhere for a long time, then I'll hit a … Continue reading Colorado Springs…Oh, if I could only catch my breath…
In an episode of "King of the Hill", Peggy Hill is trying to glom a vacation to Japan about which Hank responds: "We already have a vacation planned and it's in the United States of America. In Texas. In Denton. And I don't care what those cops did to that cyclist, it's still a great … Continue reading Wimberly, Texas
San Bruno, July 2012 "Why is it that you can't swing a dead cat without hitting a winery here, yet I have to drop 10 bucks on a glass?" - Me, to a waitress. Lets get the logistics out of the way first. Since I now book through the corporate travel agency, I have little … Continue reading San Bruno. Why bother?
Marketing, in general irritates me. But I positively can't stand telemarketers. Many types of Marketing I view as innocuous. Sure, When I browse to a site to look over an item, my browser will now show ads for that site, or item. Big deal. More of a reminder to me really. I'm in the Scott … Continue reading A marketing rant…
From my pre-blogging days in 2009. I was surfing through my Facebook content and found this pearl. The grumpy travel logs: The bizarro travel guide (what you'll hate about travel), Vol 1. by Pat Haney on Sunday, April 19, 2009 at 10:51pm After a long hiatus, I'm back to travelling...A lot. Not that I hate … Continue reading An oldie but goodie
My job has changed somewhat. More management duties. More duties altogether. The transition has up-heaved my live gigs somewhat so I've done little traveling lately. I did have a gig in Irving two weeks ago but then again, who cares about Irving? I live here and I don't. I'll give a synopsis. A 25 mile … Continue reading Miles past the middle of nowhere
Honestly, When I wrote American I didn't expect a response. Not that what follows is all that satisfying. It's funny, a signed email with no process to respond. Not that I didn't try. He completely misses the points: If you charge someone extra, you should deliver. Note that I didn't say they lost my bags. … Continue reading The Saga Continues: American Air’s response