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(Breitbart.com)   An SFO airline worker A) risks life to save victims of Asiana airplane crash B) Sets up fund for the victims C) Steals their luggage and tries to return clothing to stores for refunds   (breitbart.com ) divider line
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2013-07-30 07:59:24 PM  
4 votes:
Anyone have a better link to a real website?
2013-07-30 07:58:06 PM  
4 votes:
And since this is from deadmoran.com, I'll just go ahead and assume none of this actually happened.
2013-07-30 08:40:27 PM  
2 votes:
13% of the population = 50% of the crimes

meanwhile Jesse Jackson is in Florida. How's his crackhead thieving son doing?

THE NUMBERS NEVER LIE
2013-07-30 11:27:54 PM  
1 vote:
Perpetuating the stereotype, Dawg.
2013-07-30 10:30:31 PM  
1 vote:

elbandito: Hive of scum and villainy, that airport.  I once left my cell phone in a rental car cup holder when I returned it to SFO.  I realized it before the shuttle was even halfway to the terminal and called the front desk on a coworker's phone.  They told me flat out they could not and would not retrieve the phone for me.  They wouldn't even call the employees who were cleaning the car that very minute to see if it was still there.  When I started biatching they said "fine, we'll call and ask".  Then said "nope" no one has seen your phone, goodbye.  Screw you, Alamo.


Same thing happened to me with Alamo but with a BT visor handsfree unit. Had to call "lost and found" no answer just could leave a voicemail. No response.

What do you expect when there are no consequences for theft? They hire minimum wage mouth-breathers and have no financial interest to improve service.


Welcome to the new US service economy where they're paid to be nice, not helpful. Because they don't have to.
2013-07-30 09:43:38 PM  
1 vote:

Vectron: Give the guy a break. It's the first time he's been caught.

His "wife's" twitter

https://twitter.com/Escaping_Ray

"HAWAII HERE I COME!!!!!!"

LOL


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2013-07-30 09:35:44 PM  
1 vote:

TOSViolation: elbandito: Hive of scum and villainy, that airport.  I once left my cell phone in a rental car cup holder when I returned it to SFO.  I realized it before the shuttle was even halfway to the terminal and called the front desk on a coworker's phone.  They told me flat out they could not and would not retrieve the phone for me.  They wouldn't even call the employees who were cleaning the car that very minute to see if it was still there.  When I started biatching they said "fine, we'll call and ask".  Then said "nope" no one has seen your phone, goodbye.  Screw you, Alamo.

I'm sure it was THEIR fault that you left the phone in the car.

Take some responsibility for your own actions, please.


Really? So we should expect to do business with someone and pay for the service and at the some time be hyper vigilant that we make no mistakes at all with anything as we need to realize that no only the outside world BUT they themselves will be likely to ripe us off? If they have no interest in hiring competent and honest staff, I would have no interest in doing business with them. Capitalism how does it work?
2013-07-30 09:24:31 PM  
1 vote:

nytmare: TOSViolation: elbandito: Hive of scum and villainy, that airport.  I once left my cell phone in a rental car cup holder when I returned it to SFO.  I realized it before the shuttle was even halfway to the terminal and called the front desk on a coworker's phone.  They told me flat out they could not and would not retrieve the phone for me.  They wouldn't even call the employees who were cleaning the car that very minute to see if it was still there.  When I started biatching they said "fine, we'll call and ask".  Then said "nope" no one has seen your phone, goodbye.  Screw you, Alamo.

I'm sure it was THEIR fault that you left the phone in the car.

Take some responsibility for your own actions, please.

He did, he called them up and asked them to check for his missing phone. Meanwhile all you did is biatch about him. He's trying to get shiat done and you're sitting around being worthless.


So they have to drop what they are doing (which is probably something meaningful like processing a rental for a competent customer such as myself) to go look for his phone that he <b>thinks</b> he may have left in the car, when he probably left it on the sink of whatever bathroom he just finished snorting coke in.  Yeah.  I'd have hung up on him too.  Sorry dope-heads.
2013-07-30 09:03:22 PM  
1 vote:
Liberals.... They're used to stealing.
2013-07-30 08:56:55 PM  
1 vote:

elbandito: Hive of scum and villainy, that airport.  I once left my cell phone in a rental car cup holder when I returned it to SFO.  I realized it before the shuttle was even halfway to the terminal and called the front desk on a coworker's phone.  They told me flat out they could not and would not retrieve the phone for me.  They wouldn't even call the employees who were cleaning the car that very minute to see if it was still there.  When I started biatching they said "fine, we'll call and ask".  Then said "nope" no one has seen your phone, goodbye.  Screw you, Alamo.


I'm sure it was THEIR fault that you left the phone in the car.

Take some responsibility for your own actions, please.
2013-07-30 08:47:19 PM  
1 vote:
Hive of scum and villainy, that airport.  I once left my cell phone in a rental car cup holder when I returned it to SFO.  I realized it before the shuttle was even halfway to the terminal and called the front desk on a coworker's phone.  They told me flat out they could not and would not retrieve the phone for me.  They wouldn't even call the employees who were cleaning the car that very minute to see if it was still there.  When I started biatching they said "fine, we'll call and ask".  Then said "nope" no one has seen your phone, goodbye.  Screw you, Alamo.
2013-07-30 08:19:59 PM  
1 vote:
You know who is impressive with lost bags? Amtrak

Amtrak lost my bags somewhere between Emeryville CA, and Philadelphia... The very next day at 1pm Amtrak called and asked if I would be home in the next hour because they found my bags and sending them to my house in a taxi.. 30 minutes later my luggage arrived..
2013-07-30 08:09:55 PM  
1 vote:
Which is why everything goes in the carry on bag except the kitchen sink, and when the damn airplane crashes, you better believe I'm gonna grab that carry on as I exit the aircraft, knocking over the children, the women, and the elderly, on my way to the slide.

/problem solved, eh?
2013-07-30 08:03:09 PM  
1 vote:
Yeah this isn't surprising.

For the "principled" dipfarks who refuse to click on the link, there is a embedded video from KPIX in the story.

/get over yourselves
//breitbart is shiat
2013-07-30 08:02:45 PM  
1 vote:
2013-07-30 08:01:45 PM  
1 vote:
2013-07-30 08:00:45 PM  
1 vote:
Not unexpected.

This is why I refuse to check bags. I travel with allowable carry-on sizes and hand wash -- or buy new -- while on the road. Thanks Rick Steves for teaching me how to pack 30 years ago.

If you have valuables then UPS/FedEx them to your destination ahead of time.

Don't let ramp monkeys near your stuff.
 
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