Engaged Couple Met Inflight, Refuses To Pay American Airlines For Making The Match

News and notes from around the interweb:

  • If you earn six figures at a job that offers direct deposit here’s an easy $600+

  • Seems like it should work the other way, and they should be paying a matchmaker fee to American Airlines..?

  • Better than a ukulele.

  • The U.K. is far tougher on inflight animals than the U.S. is. But if you’re going to bring one, get them their own premium cabin seat.

  • While my own tastes skew modern, there’s a certain beauty in the sort of public use structures they do not make anymore.

  • The new first will look very similar to Lufthansa’s, and won’t be around for a couple of years.

  • What’s the opposite of ‘nature is healing’?

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  1. Correction: That’s BA First Class, not business. They bought the dog BA First. And looks like he got better service than humans in BA First Class.

  2. @John,

    That’s not the case, that is a BA Club Suite which is their new business class.

  3. We can put a man (and soon women)
    on the moon but we can’t build a sound proof plane?

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