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Loews Hotels offers free in-room Wi-Fi
Thu Jan 23, 2014
One of my pet peeves of traveling. If i'm in a medium priced chain motel, e.g. Hampton Inn, i can get free wifi in my $129 room. If i'm in a Mariott or other high end hotel with a $329 rate i don't get free wi-fi, although i can get the tv in bathroom and three phones in the room. Or i can sit in th …
Patriotic style: Team USA reveals Olympic Opening Ceremony uniforms
Thu Jan 23, 2014
There are many outdoor apparel based companies in the US; I suggest USOC try one of these instead of Ralph. These look like a combination of ugly Christmas sweater and 4th of July Uncle Sam costume. Throwing stars and stripes all over is not a design. The question is, would you wear one o …
Lindsey Vonn withdraws from Sochi Olympics: 'My knee is just too unstable'
Tue Jan 7, 2014
I'm curious about her original surgery. I've been skiing 30 years and am a pretty good recreational skier with 30 years as a ski patroller, and had ACL replacement surgery using my own hamstring last May. I'm back on the slopes. Obviously i'm no racer, but i'm curious why they didn't do either …
Flying solo: Kim Jong Un tours North Korea ski resort
Tue Dec 31, 2013
I suggest an unmarked aircraft with 500,000 small smart-phone-radios (batteries incl.) attached to little parachutes. Dump them out in the middle of the night and let the people find them and tune in; Kasey Kasem from ROK Radio!
Former F1 racing champion Schumacher injured in ski accident
Sun Dec 29, 2013
As a member of a US based ski patrol, I wonder how big the rock is? To be airlifted for the ordinary "accident" (it really wasn't since he chose to go off-piste) he'd have to have suffered some lack of consciousness, significant bleeding or a serious bone injury needing immediate surgery. Unless he …
New ship on the way after Antarctic rescue boat hits ice
Fri Dec 27, 2013
Does anyone else wonder why the Chinese are involved? China is in the northern hemisphere and does not have the history of Antarctic exploration as US, Scandinavia, Soviet Union/Russia, England. It's a Russian ship within the general Australian search territory. China is north of the Equator and Ch …
'Great news': Rescue vessel within sight of explorer ship stuck in Antarctic ice
Fri Dec 27, 2013
I was wondering if anyone knew about Shackleton. kudo's to the dancing girl. Those guys made lewis and clark look like they were out for a picnic. if you want an easy, fast read, which is a page burner-turner "Uhh, the ice berg they were floating on just broke in half...." get the book, I think its …
Young girl killed in Israel airstrike on Gaza in retaliation for maintenance worker's shooting
Tue Dec 24, 2013
Less than 1% of US budget goes for Foreign Aid. Most of the money to Israel are credits which they use to buy US manufactured military items, keeping US workers employed. Ask the Republicans why they voted against SNAP (the food stamp program for poor people), won't extend unemployment benefits, cut …
Canada risks tensions with Russia by claiming ownership of North Pole
Tue Dec 10, 2013
Where is Secy Seward? The US and Canada could team up and buy the North Pole, just as the US bought Alaska from the Russkies before. Then the partnership could lease out parts in 10 yr increments, excluding the North Pole as the center with say a 50 mile circumference so that Santa & Mrs Clause …
Australian government worker loses compensation case for sex injury
Wed Oct 30, 2013
What? You've never had sex in an Australian hotel room while hanging from the light fixture? Remember, once below the equator things go counter clockwise.
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