Planes, no trains, automobiles
Eric is about to catch a lift to the set of ConversAsians, a local TV talk show and GR's Chicago correspondent/FAAIM's main man Tim H. is about to give me a ride to the airport. Pushing up the return flight to LAX on my $200 R/T ticket cost me $300. American Airlines is wack. It seems like every time I fly on that airlines, something wrong happens and I hear similar stories all the time. How do they stay in business when all those other companies are dropping like flies?
I land at LAX at 2:45, and then have to run to the United terminal for a 4:55 flight to Honolulu. I'm cashing in more than 10 years of miles to attend my uncle's funeral tomorrow morning, and it's a bargain.