The Meandering Mind of Kamoranakrre
The Height of the Travel Season
 
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The 23rd day of December 2006

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Date: Sat 23-Dec-2006 21:32 pm
Subject: The Height of the Travel Season
Whereabouts:38°44'32.20"N, 90°21'54.00"W
Mood of the moment:
cheerful
Music of the moment:Trans-Siberian Orchestra - Wizards in Winter
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Although he prefers to put wheels to pavement, kamoranakrre is glad he can easily get to a major airport if he needs to get somewhere far away quickly. He's a bit surprised more people don't agree with him in the picture of the day.

Main Terminal
Vacant ticket counters in the Main Terminal of Lambert-St. Louis International Airport
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User:little_mage
Date:Wed 16-May-2007 10:53 am (UTC)
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And thus it is clear how much you fly. Airports do not get you anywhere quickly.
User:kamoranakrre
Date:Wed 16-May-2007 16:08 pm (UTC)
Subject:Neither Do Grocery Stores, But Airports Provide Access to Things that Do!
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Well, a shiny metal bird will get you across the Atlantic a whole lot faster than a ship, or from New York to Los Angeles in under a day instead of three or four by automobile.
User:little_mage
Date:Thu 17-May-2007 02:38 am (UTC)
Subject:Re: Neither Do Grocery Stores, But Airports Provide Access to Things that Do!
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Well, yes, in theory. However, you have clearly not encountered the more unusal flight plans the airlines like to send people on.
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