Song of the Day 8/26/2009

August 25, 2009 at 10:13 pm (Uncategorized)

Arch Oboler's Plays 2

On this day in 1939 – The radio program, “Arch Oboler’s Plays,” presented the NBC Symphony for the first time.

Sleepy SunNew Age

Question of the Day:

What is the best/worst thing about airports?

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6 Comments

  1. nattya61 said,

    Usually I love the whole experience of flying including being in an airport. I love it all! Unless I have to be in that airport for like 8 hours waiting for a delayed/cancelled/otherwise messed up flight. Then, the airport just gets annoying and I just want to get somewhere. I guess if I had to narrow things down I’d say the best is the shopping, and the worst is the bathrooms.

  2. Kel/y_H said,

    I have nothing good to say about airports. I despise flying, and airports only add to the hatred. They would have a redeeming quality in that you can get drunk in them, except that it costs half your inheritance to do so. It’s a tough competition for worst thing, but probably delays and layovers. Particularly when it involves playing “Would you rather” in a terminal with Brian Lipscomb for 5 hours.

  3. Shannon said,

    The worst thing about airports is airplanes.
    And also, everything else.
    They still don’t let people wait for you at the arrivals gate, do they? That took away the best thing about airports: the people there to welcome you home, the joy of seeing them again, just as soon as you step off the plane.

  4. Enoch said,

    I like airports. There is a sense of suspended excitement as everyone is making their way to vacation spots or getting home. The down side would have to be germs and viruses from all over the world! I usually wash my hands a lot in airports.

  5. amber said,

    best-the people watching, and talking to interesting people.
    worst-sitting in them for hours with annoying people, and fighting to get around slow ppl as you race to the right terminal.
    airports completely represent my love/hate relationship with people.

  6. Megan said,

    Growing up in Wichta living 1 mile from the airport and living under the flight line w/ a plane freak brother, we used to spend a couple of hours each weekend at the airport checking out planes and just people watching. Lots of good memories. Now that you can’t wander thru airports, there’s not much to do if you don’t travel.

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