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(Slate)   A history of how airlines have developed more high-tech methods to lose your luggage   (slate.com) divider line 2
    More: Interesting, Maya Angelou, International Air Transport Association, airlines, fluid dynamics, luggage, Pan Am  
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2012-10-07 09:02:43 PM
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xl5150: I've never been on an airline flight before. The more I read about things like this (including TSA, etc), the happier I am about that.


Agreed. I used to fly first class... but I got fed up with having to smell the poor people walk past me while I was trying to enjoy my cocktail. Disgusting.

I highly recommend the private jet... I'm not sure why more people don't do it.
2012-10-07 08:56:10 PM
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xl5150: I've never been on an airline flight before. The more I read about things like this (including TSA, etc), the happier I am about that.


I do about 20 flights a year for work and leisure.

75% of the complaints come from people who fly once a year during Thanksgiving when everything is totally nuts due to it being the biggest travel period of the year.

Despite the occasional news story about something egregious a TSA employee does, I find most to be innocuous. It's very rare that I don't breeze through security without any problems.
 
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