Sunday, October the 10th, 2004

– You shouldn’t start packing for a trip at 12:10 after your ride calls and says she’ll be there at 12:30. You’re bound to forget something. Something important.

– When your boarding pass says row 11, you assume that means you’re going to be somewhere waaay up in the front of the flight. Not the last row.

– Duct tape is not a safe way of securing, oh, 10% of the hull of an aircraft. (Picture probably later.)

– Beware of places where their idea of “variety in cuisine” is degrees of raw to well done steak.

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