[Roundup] After Baggage Carousel Breaks, Austin Passenger Retrieves Everyone’s Luggage

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  1. That baggage “volunteer” did a good deed! He will be punished! Ugh, he could’ve been hurt! Think of the liability! The horror!

  2. Interesting irony about the Delta FA’s getting a better deal than union members with American when it’s the very existence of the union with AA and others that causes Delta to preempt them and forestall a unionization movement by offering better pay and benefits. If the unions died off, the threat would vanish and Delta would treat the FA’s much worse.

  3. A debit card is like leaving direct access to your savings and checking accounts for anyone to withdraw at their convenience
    Never would I ever have one
    Foolish completely no protections for consumers

  4. Never ever pay anything with a debit card unless you want to have your bank accounts over drawn. There is no reason to ever use a debit card there for is no credit protection no ability to do a charge back Best thing to do after renting a car international and domestic is tell your card company you lost your card and get a new one with a new number. So this can not happen

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