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(I Heart Radio)   Sewage sprayed on luggage of 380 passengers in Nashville Airport. Hope you had clean underwear in your carry on   ( 1075theriver.iheart.com) divider line
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2017-08-03 11:55:41 PM  
Some people pay extra for that
 
2017-08-04 12:42:39 AM  
Possibly not fun fact: Nashville and Memphis have almost identical populations. So after Boston and Washington DC pass the declining Detroit, both Nashville and Memphis will both El Paso up Detroit at the same time.
 
2017-08-04 12:53:40 AM  
I got a great deal on Scatsonite suitcases at teh Nashville Airport.. Ask me how!
 
2017-08-04 01:35:37 AM  
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2017-08-04 02:24:46 AM  
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And they look so pleased with themselves!
 
2017-08-04 02:32:01 AM  
Always wondered what happens when you flush a plane's toilet when it's not in flight.
 
2017-08-04 03:32:39 AM  
What shiatty thing to do
 
2017-08-04 03:40:07 AM  
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2017-08-04 03:45:12 AM  
the poop truck is my favorite of all the tarmac trucks
www.airport-suppliers.com
 
2017-08-04 03:51:29 AM  
The airport cleaned all the luggage as if it were contaminated, because they couldn't assume it wasn't.

You know, because sewage is either a good thing or a bad thing.
 
2017-08-04 03:52:14 AM  
It could have been worse

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2017-08-04 03:55:40 AM  

red5ish: The airport cleaned all the luggage as if it were contaminated, because they couldn't assume it wasn't.

You know, because sewage is either a good thing or a bad thing.


or,
yanno,
not every piece of luggage was sprayed with shiat
 
2017-08-04 03:56:26 AM  
Is uncontaminated sewage a thing now? Because I can't even
 
2017-08-04 03:57:49 AM  
In Nashville? How could they tell?
 
2017-08-04 04:00:43 AM  

moothemagiccow: the poop truck is my favorite of all the tarmac trucks


Here's the Aussie version for ya!

Kenny: Trailer
Youtube xfPpTeR_760


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2017-08-04 04:03:57 AM  
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2017-08-04 04:11:46 AM  
Personally, if I get a gig involving travel, I'll demand an allowance for two pieces of Pelican luggage. One that's unpenetrable for flight, one that's unpenetrable to mail to my hotel ahead of me. No zippers!
 
2017-08-04 04:42:44 AM  
Wow, that stinks.
 
2017-08-04 04:42:57 AM  
I always pack clean underwear in carry on bags.  Along with a change of socks and a T-shirt.

Considering some of the delays I've been subjected to, they're now essential.  After 24-36 hours of sitting in an airport, or having my luggage delayed, it's nice to have something to relieve the swampy feeling surrounding my ballsack.  A change of underwear and a little sprinklie of talc can do wonders.

Also, Soros.

(I bet he carries clean underwear, too.)
 
2017-08-04 05:19:03 AM  

bughunter: I always pack clean underwear in carry on bags.  Along with a change of socks and a T-shirt.

Considering some of the delays I've been subjected to, they're now essential.  After 24-36 hours of sitting in an airport, or having my luggage delayed, it's nice to have something to relieve the swampy feeling surrounding my ballsack.  A change of underwear and a little sprinklie of talc can do wonders.

Also, Soros.

(I bet he carries clean underwear, too.)


Yup. Always have a bikini, a sarong and some slides (ymmv) in your hand luggage in case your checked luggage is delayed. You can cope for a while like that.
 
2017-08-04 05:23:07 AM  
380 passengers or is it Southwest Flight 380?
 
2017-08-04 06:03:07 AM  
Here's a travel tip - bring a backpack as carryon.  You can easily fit two days worth of clothes into one (pro-tip: roll them up instead of folding them to fit them in the side pockets).  And I'm pretty sure they sell soap, toothpaste, deodorant, and "lady products" wherever you're going, so just skip the quart bag.  Unless you also insist on bringing a laptop case your backpack can fit under the seat in front of you.  Your laptop can fit in your backpack.
 
2017-08-04 06:05:32 AM  

Geralt: 380 passengers or is it Southwest Flight 380?


Thought the same. Doesn't SW fly all 737s?  Max capacity is about 200, isn't it?
 
2017-08-04 06:31:30 AM  

Kevin72: Possibly not fun fact: Nashville and Memphis have almost identical populations. So after Boston and Washington DC pass the declining Detroit, both Nashville and Memphis will both El Paso up Detroit at the same time.


Welcome to Nastyville. Ull love their antiquated roads too.
 
2017-08-04 06:32:39 AM  

1nsanilicious: It could have been worse

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Deregulation has its downsides.
 
2017-08-04 06:34:33 AM  

bughunter: I always pack clean underwear in carry on bags.  Along with a change of socks and a T-shirt.

Considering some of the delays I've been subjected to, they're now essential.  After 24-36 hours of sitting in an airport, or having my luggage delayed, it's nice to have something to relieve the swampy feeling surrounding my ballsack.  A change of underwear and a little sprinklie of talc can do wonders.

Also, Soros.

(I bet he carries clean underwear, too.)


Aint deregulation great. Let the market work. Giggle.
 
2017-08-04 06:36:27 AM  

squidloe: Geralt: 380 passengers or is it Southwest Flight 380?

Thought the same. Doesn't SW fly all 737s?  Max capacity is about 200, isn't it?


I've not paid that much attention, but I've flown SW round trip a few times and it's always been 3 seats on either side of a central aisle.  The most recent one had some kind of star trek looking overhead lights, and a different overhead bin configuration.  Like this:

img.fark.net

I guess that makes it a 737-800.  It seemed just as good as the rest, and not better in any noticeable way.

Wait, wtf?  That's not three seats on each side of the aisle.  That's an Aliens or Starship Troopers drop ship layout.
 
2017-08-04 06:54:47 AM  

Lady J: bughunter: I always pack clean underwear in carry on bags.  Along with a change of socks and a T-shirt.

Considering some of the delays I've been subjected to, they're now essential.  After 24-36 hours of sitting in an airport, or having my luggage delayed, it's nice to have something to relieve the swampy feeling surrounding my ballsack.  A change of underwear and a little sprinklie of talc can do wonders.

Also, Soros.

(I bet he carries clean underwear, too.)

Yup. Always have a bikini, a sarong and some slides (ymmv) in your hand luggage in case your checked luggage is delayed. You can cope for a while like that.


Tell us more ....
Please
 
2017-08-04 06:56:57 AM  

Linux_Yes: Kevin72: Possibly not fun fact: Nashville and Memphis have almost identical populations. So after Boston and Washington DC pass the declining Detroit, both Nashville and Memphis will both El Paso up Detroit at the same time.

Welcome to Nastyville. Ull love their antiquated roads too.


Is this where you're calling home these days?

I hope you like brocountry and shiatty pretend Christians
 
2017-08-04 07:11:06 AM  

Seasons I'v Withered: Lady J: bughunter: I always pack clean underwear in carry on bags.  Along with a change of socks and a T-shirt.

Considering some of the delays I've been subjected to, they're now essential.  After 24-36 hours of sitting in an airport, or having my luggage delayed, it's nice to have something to relieve the swampy feeling surrounding my ballsack.  A change of underwear and a little sprinklie of talc can do wonders.

Also, Soros.

(I bet he carries clean underwear, too.)

Yup. Always have a bikini, a sarong and some slides (ymmv) in your hand luggage in case your checked luggage is delayed. You can cope for a while like that.

Tell us more ....
Please


Er, cos otherwise you'd have to sit by the pool in the underwear you flew in...
 
2017-08-04 07:13:07 AM  
Dave Matthews seen chuckling in baggage claim area.
 
2017-08-04 07:15:24 AM  

squidloe: Geralt: 380 passengers or is it Southwest Flight 380?

Thought the same. Doesn't SW fly all 737s?  Max capacity is about 200, isn't it?


Off topic a bit:
I just recently learned that not all major airlines have 747's in their fleets.
For some reason I just assumed they all had a couple.
That's all.
 
2017-08-04 07:20:49 AM  

1nsanilicious: It could have been worse

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We call those Boeing Bombs. You can tell by the peanut. Dead giveaway.

\That's a space peanut.
 
2017-08-04 07:22:07 AM  

symptomoftheuniverse: Dave Matthews seen chuckling in baggage claim area.

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2017-08-04 07:23:44 AM  

red5ish: Is uncontaminated sewage a thing now? Because I can't even


Absolutely. All substances can be pure or contaminated. Pure sewage is water, pee, crap, toilet paper, an occasional condom, and various other fluids and semi-solids. Your sewage can become contaminated if someone adds cleaners to it, because now it's no longer pure sewage.
 
2017-08-04 07:28:16 AM  

MythDragon: red5ish: Is uncontaminated sewage a thing now? Because I can't even

Absolutely. All substances can be pure or contaminated. Pure sewage is water, pee, crap, toilet paper, an occasional condom, and various other fluids and semi-solids. Your sewage can become contaminated if someone adds cleaners to it, because now it's no longer pure sewage.


Loves it.

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2017-08-04 08:01:22 AM  
As someone who just flew into Nashville on Southwest yesterday, I'm getting a kick out of having dodged that.
 
2017-08-04 08:29:15 AM  

Linux_Yes: 1nsanilicious: It could have been worse

[brightcove.hs.llnwd.net image 480x270]

[i.dailymail.co.uk image 306x423]

Deregulation has its downsides.


You ain't lying. After the evil deregulation, there were hundreds of restrooms that were moved from where they were and put directly over baggage conveyor belts all over the country. It angers me to think of it. All those Republitards making us sick so their buddies in big pharma can get rich. And they probably used Mexican labor too for the construction work.
 
2017-08-04 09:22:04 AM  

bughunter: I always pack clean underwear in carry on bags.  Along with a change of socks and a T-shirt.

Considering some of the delays I've been subjected to, they're now essential.  After 24-36 hours of sitting in an airport, or having my luggage delayed, it's nice to have something to relieve the swampy feeling surrounding my ballsack.  A change of underwear and a little sprinklie of talc can do wonders.

Also, Soros.

(I bet he carries clean underwear, too.)


Yep. Even if it's just a day trip, always pack socks and underwear for an extra day, not in your checked baggage. Due to thunderstorms on the East Coast and Midwest, I've had return flights canceled and had to stay an extra night three times in the last five weeks. I'm really glad that I didn't have to fly home in yesterday's sweaty socks and and swamp-ass boxers.
 
2017-08-04 09:29:43 AM  
Stuffed the toilet full of paper towels eh?

Some people do that here at my work, either that or stuff the toilet so full of toilet paper that it's soaked up all the water. Some people are just dicks. Some people just like to watch the world burn....or flood.
 
2017-08-04 09:46:55 AM  
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2017-08-04 10:41:56 AM  

dill doze: squidloe: Geralt: 380 passengers or is it Southwest Flight 380?

Thought the same. Doesn't SW fly all 737s?  Max capacity is about 200, isn't it?

I've not paid that much attention, but I've flown SW round trip a few times and it's always been 3 seats on either side of a central aisle.  The most recent one had some kind of star trek looking overhead lights, and a different overhead bin configuration.  Like this:

[img.fark.net image 640x640]

I guess that makes it a 737-800.  It seemed just as good as the rest, and not better in any noticeable way.

Wait, wtf?  That's not three seats on each side of the aisle.  That's an Aliens or Starship Troopers drop ship layout.


It's called the Boeing Sky Interior. It's on all of Southwest's 737-800s.

And Fark from a different article about this same thing: "This is not the first time a toilet has overflowed and led to a similar situation at the Nashville airport. It also happened on June 1 just two months ago. "

http://wkrn.com/2017/08/03/luggage-of-380-passengers-soaked-in-sewage​-​at-nashville-airport/
 
2017-08-04 02:15:30 PM  
I can see why the passengers were ticked off. as for the stuffed toilet.  The airline should have informed the affected passengers immediately.

 I have to wonder if someone was canned that day and did so as an act of revenge.
 
2017-08-04 02:48:23 PM  

Mudd's woman: I just recently learned that not all major airlines have 747's in their fleets.
For some reason I just assumed they all had a couple.


Back in the day it was the major status symbol, and airlines bought them for the range - not because they needed the capacity. Now the 777 and 787 is a much better aircraft to operate on most long-distance routes.

New 747-8 aircraft are limited to a few airlines flying long and dense routes: Lufthansa, Korean Air, and Air China are the only airlines ordering/ordered the passenger version. Boeing has a cargo market for the plane and they are also keeping the production line open long enough to secure the order for the new Air Force One.
 
2017-08-04 02:54:37 PM  

wildcardjack: Personally, if I get a gig involving travel, I'll demand an allowance for two pieces of Pelican luggage. One that's unpenetrable for flight, one that's unpenetrable to mail to my hotel ahead of me. No zippers!


My carry-on luggage:

img.pelican.com

The padlocks for my luggage:
securitysnobs.com
 
2017-08-04 02:57:10 PM  

mrmopar5287: Mudd's woman: I just recently learned that not all major airlines have 747's in their fleets.
For some reason I just assumed they all had a couple.

Back in the day it was the major status symbol, and airlines bought them for the range - not because they needed the capacity. Now the 777 and 787 is a much better aircraft to operate on most long-distance routes.

New 747-8 aircraft are limited to a few airlines flying long and dense routes: Lufthansa, Korean Air, and Air China are the only airlines ordering/ordered the passenger version. Boeing has a cargo market for the plane and they are also keeping the production line open long enough to secure the order for the new Air Force One.


Thanks. I did not know those things.
 
2017-08-04 10:23:18 PM  
Airlines to introduce a $15/bag "not sprayed with shiat" fee in 3... 2... 1...
 
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