Today's Thanksgiving and I just checked my e-mail. No personal e-mails, which isn't a suprise, but I did get about twenty spam mails. On this day of giving thanks, I'd just like to give my thanks to people who see nothing wrong with spamming me messages about porn, viagra, and college diplomas on a National Holiday. There is a special place in hell for people behind things like this. Them and telemarketers and the people responsible for junk mial. And bicycle thieves. God, I hate bicycle thieves.
I'd also like to say that I spent this Thanksgiving at home, in San Francisco. For some reason, I thought it would be easy to to get a last minute air flight home, what with all these stories out about the airline industry being in trouble and nobody wanting to fly. But, alas, I saw that one-way tickets to Baltimore were going for over $700 bucks. Huh?
Didn't they just go whining to congress about how much money they were losing? Aren't they losing billions of dollars almost monthly? Weren't they spending the past couple of years trying to counter bad PR from unhappy customers? You'd think they'd of learned something from it, like they were losing money for pulling crap like that, but I guess not. Congress should of told them to take a flying leap, but then they'd never get anymore money from the airline industry. So nevermind
Get Me a Bucket
4 years ago