Since I have so many new visitors, I thought I’d take a moment to summarize some of the quick ways to click for miles that I’ve posted: 1000 Continental miles for completing a survey 2000 Hilton points for updating your profile Up to 2500 Delta miles for referring new Skymiles members 500 USAirways miles for signing up for their free golf newsletter 1000 United miles and 500 American miles Up to 300 American miles for taking a survey 1500 Alaska Air miles for email signup
Survey for 1000 Continental miles.
Family Leave comes to German Aviation. European countries are unmatched in their “sensitivity” to personal issues. Now frequent flyers can take advantage of this sensitivity! Top level Lufthansa Elites can now stay that way if they stop flying as long as they have children. This fascinating new rule they just announced: ——————————————————————————– Lufthansa Senators and Frequent Travellers who would be unable to maintain their status during maternity leave can now retain their status. The status extension is valid for one year at a time, and can be used by mothers or fathers. ——————————————————————————– As I read the “one year at a time” line – if you and your wife are a Senator now, and you then have 5 children, one per year, husband and wife both stay Senator for that 5 year period.
I’ve just added Talentology to the links at left. I first mentioned it here.
Thanks also for the link, Tony. Your site is one of only three on my links (at the left). Hey, I may be starting to reach a critical mass around these parts. Please spread the word!
I just came across an interesting media watch blog. How did it come to my attention? I started getting visitors to More Room Throughout Coach from a link on that site. Thanks for the props, Cut on the Bias. 🙂
The Los Angeles Times fronts news this morning that U.S. bombs in Afghanistan may have hit a wedding party. More Room Throughout Coach first noted the phenomenon way back on May 28th. You hear it here first!
I’ve just added a comments feature to the website. Have at me!
Yesterday I noted the case of the teenage girl sentenced for having sex with her boyfriend. Her boyfriend is appealing his fine and the ACLU is contesting the underlying law.
Eugene Volokh points out this amusing and insightful cartoon about recent corporate accounting scandals.