Redeem Miles To Stay On Richard Branson’s Private Island – It’s Back [Roundup]

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  1. Do you have to be a virgin to use virgin miles? I lost mine to a 34 year old woman when I was 25. She was a wealthy MBA student who dressed sharp and smelled nice.

  2. @ Weight loss

    IME you don’t have to be a virgin to stay on Necker Island (although it was a cash paid stay, not funded by miles).

    Necker Island’s resident cat somehow found and ate some of my girlfriend’s contraceptive pills – somehow it survived…;)

  3. Now who sends a person with Alzheimer on a flight without assistance? Someone should have been with her from CT to Mia the entire way . I DO NOT mean an American Airlines employee. AA is in the business of flying they are NOT in the business of medical transportation assistance.

    It was HER family’s RESPONSIBLITY to accompany her from CT to MIA the entire way to help her get on the plane, to get off the plane to get out of the airport to get to where ever she needed to go NOT AA’s The family should have had someone with her to help her.

    These ENTILED children place the blame on AA because they refuse to get off their fat butts and take care off their own family.

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