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Sep 28, 11, 6:50 pm
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Now I have a slightly different scenario: let's...

Now I have a slightly different scenario: let's say one does not plan to opt out, but when it's that person's turn to put their stuff on the x-ray belt they refuse to until it's their turn to go...
Sep 28, 11, 6:37 pm
Replies: 336
Views: 40,217
Posted By JumboD

Yes, exactly. The only exception should be if...

Yes, exactly. The only exception should be if something is discovered while exploring something that could legitimately be considered WEI until further examination. Hence, if there is a package in...
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Views: 10,073
Posted By JumboD

You may be right, except I think that TX-Middle...

You may be right, except I think that TX-Middle East flights are not just about transporting people between major economic centers. That said, two daily flights may be hard to fill, particularly...
Sep 28, 11, 2:30 pm
Replies: 47
Views: 5,430
Posted By JumboD

If that's how all terrorists thought/articulated...

If that's how all terrorists thought/articulated themselves and their beliefs I'd be even less worried about them.
Sep 26, 11, 9:33 pm
Replies: 143
Views: 24,425
Posted By JumboD

Disagree. Think about the typical frequent...

Disagree. Think about the typical frequent flying population and you'll realize that it's actually the white collar population they should throw him in with.
Sep 26, 11, 8:14 pm
Replies: 47
Views: 5,430
Posted By JumboD

Out of curiosity, did the collar/waist pat downs...

Out of curiosity, did the collar/waist pat downs go inside the waist/collar or were they solely external?
Sep 26, 11, 7:58 pm
Replies: 27
Views: 2,168
Posted By JumboD

I guess nobody read further down in the article...

I guess nobody read further down in the article (bolding mine):
Replies: 43
Views: 6,914
Posted By JumboD

If this is about just trying it for the heck of...

If this is about just trying it for the heck of it, rather than a potential switch in FF programs, why not go with VX?
Sep 25, 11, 3:22 pm
Replies: 369
Views: 33,442
Posted By JumboD

Well, seeing as only one of us went to law...

Well, seeing as only one of us went to law school, I'll defer to your judgement here. All I'll say as to clarify my original point is that I would not expect them to be prosecuted for battery, false...
Sep 24, 11, 3:43 pm
Replies: 47
Views: 5,430
Posted By JumboD

Is a new opt-out proceedure coming Monday?

This is from a thread on the AA board, but I haven't seen it mentioned elsewhere:



Anyone want to speculate on whether it's true and if so, what it might be?

If I had to guess, I'd guess it...
Sep 24, 11, 3:21 pm
Replies: 369
Views: 33,442
Posted By JumboD

True, but given the high profile of the case, I...

True, but given the high profile of the case, I think the need to maintain good PR and distance themselves from the situation is of greater importance. And perhaps the US Attorney (thought that was...
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Views: 1,563
Posted By JumboD

Entirely subjective. I personally prefer the 762...

Entirely subjective. I personally prefer the 762 J seat to that of the 763. More comfortable, more user-friendly, less claustrophobic.
Replies: 37
Views: 2,986
Posted By JumboD

Your understanding is the same as mine. Never...

Your understanding is the same as mine. Never saw a SAG contract that specified F on a 3-class plane.

I see way too many places for a studio to accidentally put themselves in a breach situation...
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Views: 2,986
Posted By JumboD

Agreed. The bulkhead between J and the Y mini...

Agreed. The bulkhead between J and the Y mini cabin on the 763 is of no particular significance and isn't an immovable divider. It's not like some aircraft where the position of an exit or...
Sep 22, 11, 11:11 am
Replies: 369
Views: 33,442
Posted By JumboD

Which is exactly what the FBI should suggest the...

Which is exactly what the FBI should suggest the DOJ do if for no other reason than to distance themselves from this (assuming they weren't actually involved).
Replies: 56
Views: 5,038
Posted By JumboD

And to further complicate matters, there are the...

And to further complicate matters, there are the reports of miles trumping SWUs as well, so several layers when it comes to priority by tier and instrument. I think the thing about A being revenue...
Replies: 56
Views: 5,038
Posted By JumboD

Makes sense if you think about it; NW (now DL)...

Makes sense if you think about it; NW (now DL) and CO had by far the closest, most extensive, longest standing partnership of any domestic airlines until relatively recently so the fact that the...
Replies: 56
Views: 5,038
Posted By JumboD

I was just referring to the part I'd bolded...

I was just referring to the part I'd bolded (regarding upgrade instruments). As far as how AA handles this, pretty much the only time I've seen it possible for an elite using stickers/EXP upgrades...
Replies: 56
Views: 5,038
Posted By JumboD

What's wrong with this / how is this part...

What's wrong with this / how is this part different from AA? The two come from different inventories and if the free upgrade inventory isn't available but upgrade instrument inventory is, even...
Replies: 43
Views: 6,914
Posted By JumboD

Upgrading to F is also cheaper on UA. If you're...

Upgrading to F is also cheaper on UA. If you're elite, you won't ever pay a co-pay and if you're non-elite you'll only pay one on the cheapest tickets (Z fare) and even then it's only $75. ...
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Views: 1,192
Posted By JumboD

Uh, I'm not sure that means what you think it...

Uh, I'm not sure that means what you think it means :confused::confused:
Replies: 11
Views: 1,192
Posted By JumboD

It was funnier the first time I read it when I...

It was funnier the first time I read it when I read "porcelain" as "porcupine" and didn't see the "in" in the title. I was starting to wonder how that was AA-specific...
Sep 22, 11, 12:35 am
Replies: 30
Views: 3,742
Posted By JumboD

Especially if the guy was a TDC ;). ...

Especially if the guy was a TDC ;).

Seriously, I see the trial now, victim on the stand, crying, attempting to maintain composure, saying: "He... he... he... (sob, sniffle) never told me he worked...
Sep 21, 11, 4:39 pm
Replies: 120
Views: 11,716
Posted By JumboD

The sad part is that anyone alive in this country...

The sad part is that anyone alive in this country today who doesn't "know what real problems are" is just being willfully blind to their existence.
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