I’m taking stock of where things stand here in 2019, and I figure a good a place as any is with what cards I’ve got these days, and why. I’ve been avoiding signing up for new personal cards so that I can acquire some new Chase cards this year, so I’ve been mostly dropping cards. In other words, what’s in my wallet? (Not a Capital One card, I can tell you that.) Continue reading
Since I’m so fucking verbose, I’m gonna start something new on my blog: bullet point summaries to lead off. Then the addled among you who choose not to luxuriate in my bountiful prose stylings can still get the goods. Here goes:
- If you’re in Economy Plus on a United 787-10 aircraft, sit in rows 20-22 for a much nicer seat. And, if you’re traveling as a couple and choose a window, you’ll have no seatmate.
Ok here’s my million word version of same: Continue reading
As it pertains to airline and hotel status, anyway? This is the question I am asking myself, since my JetBlue Mosaic status just evaporated, and my United Premier Gold and Marriott Platinum Premier status will evaporate at the end of the month? I’m going to be a nobody. Continue reading
Hello readers. It’s a new year, so I figured I’d take the girl for another twirl, at least until I get bored again and someone has to prod me into coming back again.
Anyway, what happened? Here’s what happened: Continue reading
What the fuck is it with the current web development trend in which everything has to be in GIGANTIC fonts to waste as much space as possible and require you to scroll forever to find what little information is available? Why has Delta done this to their site? Why has United done this to their site? What was wrong with the old site that had the cool sliding boxes? WHY DO YOU NOW HAVE TO SCROLL TO SEE ALL OF YOUR TRIPS RATHER THAN JUST SEE THEM IN A LIST?? The new site has no more functionality. It’s just huge and ugly. I hate it. That is all.
Fortunately, the old site is still partially visible in Firefox, though I don’t expect that to last.
Greetings from 30,000 feet! I’m using the hour of free Gogo WiFi that being a T-Mobile customer gets me. It’s a nice perk.
Anyway, holy shit, check this out: my friend Anthony and I were to be on a flight from LGA to MCI (that’s Kansas City, in case you aren’t up on your midwestern airport codes). Continue reading