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DidgeridooDidgeridoo Registered User regular
edited April 2012 in Singularity Engine++
Air travel.


You can cross the country in less than eight hours. You can visit exotic locales that you would otherwise never have access to. Air travel has brought people together who would never have met, revolutionized the way business transactions are handled, and stimulated hospitality industries all over the world.


It has also made the population at large grudgingly accepting of being forced to remove their shoes and submit to random security screenings. We have learned how to pack seven days' worth of personal effects into a dinky carry-on to avoid baggage charges. Airlines have started to grow bold in their blatant refusal to allow rescheduling of tickets and their ever-growing list of added fees. At the same time, the industry struggles to keep up with more and more stringent FAA regulations, rising gas costs, and the ever-unpredictable weather.


And of course there is the continuing struggle to stave off boredom and claustrophobia while stuck in a metal tube hurtling through the air at speeds upwards of 500 MPH. To that end we have the traveler's godsend.


Dear, sweet SkyMall. Where else can I read about such lovely inventions as the

Personal Infrared Sauna

So SE++, tell us your travel travails! Or good shit that happened to you too, I guess. And I SUPPOSE you can talk about train and car travel too, sure, knock yourselves out

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