• Beergoddess
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Are you America's "most frustrated traveler"? {Gadling}

Oct 25th 2010 8:36PM

I was in the military and had orders to be stationed back in the US from a three year tour in Panama. My first objective was to fly to New York where my car had been going through a complete restoration while I served our country overseas. I booked a flight into New York. I was so excited! I had never been to New York!

My flight arrived right on time. My friend was waiting for me to grab my luggage and hop in his car for a quick ride to pick up may car. Except, he wasn't there. I looked, I called, I searched. He looked for me, he called me, he searched for me. I was standing right where I said I was and he was standing right where he said he was...300+ miles away in another airport.

Who knew there were three airports to choose from in New York? Not me! I felt like the Home Alone kid. Totally alone in a HUGE city I had never been to and my flight to the correct airport wasn't until the next afternoon.

The good news was, my friend's sister was able to pick me up and I got a quick night time tour of New York. (I have yet to actually see NY!) The bad news is, I brought the Panama weather with me and the worst, and hottest heat wave New York had ever experienced happened the night I was stuck in New York.

Carrie Underwood Weds Hockey Player Mike Fisher {PopEater}

Jul 11th 2010 1:35PM

Why would you capitalize 'bible?" If it were being referred to as 'Jewish Bible' or 'Books of the Bible', or whatever title a specific religion decides to call their bible, then you would capitalize it. Other books, such as novels, murder mysteries (can the bible be in that category?), and children fairy tales (Oh, the bible is definitely in THAT category!) are capitalized when referred to by their titles.
And just for the record, I do not capitalize god either. And before you "burn me" in (your) hell. You can't, I don't believe in hell either! lmao.

Combat Brownies {Slashfood}

May 27th 2010 2:43PM

Clearly, anyone that has never served in the US military has absolutely no room for any comment. This is perfectly normal and acceptable behavior for any Veteran or soldier. No room for error. Tis better to have a 26 page recipe, then waste the ingredients trying over and over and over again to make brownies that last three years after a combat jump! Whooah!

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