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  1. So I have this friend, he's a musician, and is in a band. He's really talented. While he's touring, and some other times, he's been creating episodes of a documentary-type show called TuneTrek. He visits lesser-known historical sites to learn about them, and writes a song tailored to that site. He's doing a fundraiser to get his existing episodes produced and released to the world. One of those episodes is the one he did here, with me. If you're interested in music, or history, or travel, or all of those things, please consider throwing a few bucks his way. It'd really mean a lot to me, personally. Thanks.
  2. OMG, really? I would absolutely directly fire or lobby for someone to be fired for doing that. In a non-work setting, I'd just tell them why we were no longer friends. That's hideous.
  3. But those people aren 't employees of the airport, they're employees of a contractor (i.e., HMS or someone like that) and those are private employers. Probably 70% of any people working at any airport don't actually work for the airport - they work for a federal agency, an airline, or a private company that leases space in the airport, so excluding them from private employers in that area is disingenuous at best.
  4. agreed. We had it at my mom's a couple of years ago, and her phone and my daughter's were iphone 6's that couldn't do WiFi calling.
  5. My Chase Hyatt card is consistently declined when I try to use it at Hilton properties. It's approved literally everywhere else.
  6. If you live in an area of no service, AT&T will provide a MicroCell at no monthly cost. But only AT&T devices can be registered and use the MicroCell (and it can be any AT&T phone, not just those on the account the MicroCell is registered on). They work well when the WiFi is decent. We had to have one at my mom's house when she was on my AT&T plan when there was no tower near my mom's house. Then Verizon put a tower up nearby and my nephew added her to his plan. Verizon has exclusive service on that tower for 2 years, then the tower will be useful to any cell phone in the area.
  7. I promised you I'd never tell anyone what I saw you doing at that chocolate fountain, PotO Are you okay with me divulging your secrets now?
  8. okay I'll play, i'm objectively bad at this, I tend to pay with ... whatever is handy or whatever brand card I have for the hotel, and I almost always book through the hotel website (but sometimes hotel.com and sometimes I remember to activate ebates/Rakuten) but here goes: Next two weeks: Best Western, Woodbury NY - probably will pay with one of the AA cards. Nights 1-2 are $103, night 3 is $94. MC Hotel, Autograph Collection, montclair, NJ - using points. Best Western Plus, Brooklyn NY - chosen because of its proximity to MIL's house. Probably will pay with one of the AA cards. Rates are $135, $140, $144. Sheraton Nigara Falls - will pay with the Marriott card. $98/night. I am most excited about free parking for the car that I will not have. Renaissance Westchester Hotel - AAA rate. Will pay with the Marriott card. $135/night. Early December, I have a room booked at the Four Points by Sheraton Chicago O'Hare Airport where I will pay with the Marriott card. $107 corp rate. Moving to another hotel for the 2 nights after that, booked through hotels.com but not by me. There's more coming up, but I'm tired and have a meeting 😂
  9. I went to Scotland and got real fish & chips. Gluten free. These were, seriously, amazing - both the fish and the chips. The chips were big and fat, and double-fried, so they were crispy on the outside. Husband had the regular (gluten) fish and chips and he said the GF version was almost as good as the regular. The restaurant (and its fish and chips) gets really high ratings. We went back for a 2nd lunch, the friends we travelled with went back for a 3rd meal.
  10. Pam

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    You're being pretty vague so you're not likely to get any answers with real substance. The individual variables that make each person's situation unique are what make the advice applicable to each situation unique. Without knowing what those variables are, people are hesitant to say "Do this" because it may make your situation worse, and that's not what we want.
  11. Welcome back! If you remember your old username, PM me and I'll merge your two accounts.
  12. I hear you but didn't say they were either THC or CBD (cough, cough) also, the TSA literally doesn't care about drugs, it's not their jurisdiction. Their official stance is that if they see it during screening for something else, they will report it to local law enforcement. In states like Colorado, that means that they'd be reporting a legal activity to local law enforcement so unless it's over an ounce (which is CO law for actual flower, I have no idea what it is for edibles) they will not do so because it would not be a violation. Then, they are also not going to notify the authorities in the state where you are landing, that they let you in the air with illegal substances either. Annd it's not the jurisdiction of the FAA. So the official unofficial stance of the TSA lately has been the 1-ounce rule, pretty much everywhere. I've heard the speech in various airports because people keep asking So essentially they're still working that out and in the meantime, they aren't looking for it in the Denver airport. There are international airports where they are like WE WILL PUT YOU IN JAIL DO NOT BRING THAT SHIT INTO MY COUNTRY (I am looking at you South Korea )

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