To sum me up - I'm a music lover, gamer, Doctor Who fan, junk food connoisseur, vodka drinker, and Minnesota Vikings Fan. Need more? Check me out on air or follow on Twitter and Facebook for musings, rants, and random things I find on the net.
We're just weeks away from the Super Bowl and what many people are looking forward to the most isn't the game, but the commercials.
Each year businesses shell out millions upon millions of dollars to have their ads played during the biggest game of the year; that's not counting what they spend to produce it either. But do those ads actually sell anything or are they sixty second comedies?
Yesterday came the story of one blogger's epic complaint letter to an airline for being forced to sit next to an obese person. As I was browsing the web, I found this video that almost suites the situation perfectly.
"Airline Fees I'd Be Willing To Pay"
Let's face facts, some of the "fees" we pay to the airlines are a total lies and there is no reason for them. A fee to check my bag? So you mean to tell me I'm simply paying for the honor to sit in a crammed space with a bunch of other miserable travels? Awesome.
Here now is one man's suggestions for new fees, that actually make sense.
Calling a customer service line can be stress in itself; from the automated system not recognizing what you are saying to sitting on hold listening to that god awful music. Then by the time you get someone on the phone you are so frustrated that you might get in to a verbal war with the person on the other end.
Marchex conducted a survey to find out what are the Top 10 Businesses We Swear At Over The Phone.
Sitting next to strangers - Oh, the joy of traveling by air.
Nothing is worse than sitting next to someone you don't know in a crammed seat while stuffed like sardines in a can in a very small space for several hours on end. Even worse? What if that person has body odor or drools while they attempt to sleep?
If you have ever been sitting next to someone who is obese or slight overweight on a plane, you know the pains. Seat belt extenders, their arms overlapping in to your seat/space, etc.
Where has the year gone? Seems like yesterday I was cooling my bottle of Jägermeister and cranking up the radio for the New Year's Free-4-All. Well, a year has gone by and we had some amazing music get released.
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