News and notes from around the interweb:
- Another passenger tries to fly after testing positive for Covid-19 who are these people?
- The McRib returns it’s shaped as though there are bones, but it’s boneless. It’s not grilled, yet there are grill marks. This troubles me.
- Watch your email. Chase seems to be willing to spend money to move customers to mobile banking. A reader passes along an offer of 5000 Marriott points for adopting their mobile app – a targeted offer for Marriott co-brand cardmembers. Interestingly the reader already uses the mobile app.
- American Airlines mechanic charged with smuggling something many consider to be totally harmless he’s not even permitted bail pending trial.
- Greece halves its income tax for digital nomads hoping to attract new taxpayers (‘if you can work from anywhere, why not work from Greece?’). Of course true Greeks don’t pay taxes, anyway.
- Canada’s transportation regulator: Airline passengers owed billions for tickets can take vouchers or ‘nothing at all’ If you have an Air Canada itinerary touching the U.S. though you should sue them in a U.S. small claims court.