Monday, August 2, 2010

In the Air Again


Work is calling. Or, rather, banging me over the head. I'll be back in a few days . . .

9 comments:

Buzz Kill said...

In the future, everyone has their own flying car, entire meals come in pill form, and the Earth is run by DAMN DIRTY APES. Bwahahaha

Don't forget to take a pillow and a snack (in pill form).

Boxer said...

Buzz is funny today. I'm cranky about your trip because I KNOW you had better things to do with your time... like write a post about your run or those baby birds.

Safe travels my sweet. You better be home in time for Top Chef and that Art Show we all hate to watch.

xoxox.

Karl said...

Good afternoon Moi,

Remember when you're unable to travel with a flask, a credit card is the next best thing to having it there. This public service announcement brought to you by the SPA (sedated passenger association)

Hope you have a good trip.

@ Buzz: If Obama get's a second term. Will I have to pay to put gas in my flying car and won't he gave me my pill for free?

moi said...

Buzz: And to think: at one point in our history, air travel was glamorous.

Boxer: (F)art show! If I'm not, there's TIVO, baby.

Karl: Are you a drunk flyer, too?

Karl said...

Good afternoon Moi,

Actually, I love to fly. On a small aircraft or when I'm planning to get out mid flight, I won't touch a drop. When flying cattle car airways, I have been known to take a touch or two. Less likely to take someone off at the shoulders that way.

Here are a few cars to choose from: http://www.gizmowatch.com/entry/top-ten-flying-cars/

Heff said...

Hey, better to WORK than NOT work !

moi said...

Karl: Ooooo, sign me up for the Terrafugia.

Heff: No doubt. And I work hard, too. But flying isn't work. It's torture.

Pam said...

:( Hope you arrived safely and are safely home soon. Yes, air travel is awful. I have to zone out (and without alcohol due to an air sickness tendency) .... Ipod, earplugs, and then I get to the zone. The getting there is awful. The being there is wonderful.

moi said...

Pam: I'm usually okay once we hit cruising altitude, unless there's turbulence. Then I'm in full on panic attack mode. Landing, even in bad weather, for some reason doesn't bother me at all. I figure, anything that gets me back to terra firma is a good thing.