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Loudmouth in the SkyClub

Sitting in the SkyClub between flight. Probably 50 people in this room overlooking the tarmac. 

Education in the US Since 1965, Perhaps It Is Time to Rethink the Federal Role

There was a time, way back in the day, when racial segregation in public education was commonplace across the country. "Separate but Equal" was the legal doctine upon which many, if not most, states addressed the issue.  As a society, thankfully we have come a long way since those days.

Air Travel During the Shutdown

The partial government shutdown means TSA and other government employees may be working without pay and working with a bit less energy than usual.

Air Travel Tips, Observations and Etiquette

I don't claim to be an expert, but I have logged nearly two million miles on a couple thousand flights inside canisters with wings that are shooting through the air. I have learned a few things over the years and made lots of observations during the process.