Trip Report From Ukraine [Roundup]

News and notes from around the interweb:

  • Ukraine trip report

  • When a man was called out by Enterprise at the Nashville airport for trying to rent a car with a fake ID, he tried to give them several other IDs.

  • The man has a point

  • The federal government never actually filed an appeal of a court striking down the transportation mask mandate, even though they said they would do so.

  • The story behind Atlanta’s underused international terminal (HT: Ryan C)

  • No more JetBlue points transfers at A reader wanted to transfer their JetBlue points to Amtrak but noticed it was no longer possible to transfer JetBlue points. A spokesperson shares,

    You are correct that we no longer offer points transfers with JetBlue through our Loyalty Wallet on Our apologies for this confusion as we are working on updating our website with this very recent change.

    We continue to work closely with JetBlue to provide their members with the ability to purchase TrueBlue points or transfer TrueBlue points between members.

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  1. Gary: Technically, the government’s notice of appeal, filed in the Middle District of Florida, is the “appeal.” So the appeal is filed. The tweet is wrong.

    The next step, after the notice of appeal, is the establishment of a docket (or schedule) by the Eleventh Circuit, which will lay out the deadlines that the parties have to meet for entering their appearances, filing briefs etc.

    I haven’t checked on the status of the case (if any) in the Eleventh Circuit, but the appeal was most assuredly “filed.” I have no idea what this tweet means.

  2. For the one person on earth who cares, the Eleventh Circuit’s docket in the appeal of the Florida mask case says, “The appellant’s brief is due on or before 05/31/2022.” So really, Gary, you need a more trustworthy source for legal news. Your Reuters reporter, in my opinion, shouldn’t be relied upon anymore.

  3. @Tom – you’re missing the point, if they actually cared they’d have filed the appeal before the expiration of the mandate mooted the question

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