One tweet can be easily lost in all the noise on Twitter. Peter Shankman found out that sometimes people actually listen.
Do you like art? Hopefully you like advertisements better, because that’s what helps pay the bills.
It’s bad enough that the contents of our bags are scrutinized. But now our fashion choices?
Yukari Miyamae resisted a pat-down with a tactile act of her own.
Usually members of flight crew find smartphones, e-readers and discarded magazines in seat-back pockets. This time crew members found something they probably weren’t expecting.
FBI agents arrested Nigerian man Olajide Oluwaseun Noibi Wednesday after he attempted to board a flight from Los Angeles to Atlanta after having already flown from New York to Los Angeles using an old boarding pass in someone else’s name.
Slow and steady wins the race — unless you’re crossing an airport tarmac.
The pat-down came, and the tears followed.
“At first they said get away from the windows, which is very hard to do in an airport. They then became forceful in telling us to go down to the baggage claim area.”
— ASHLEY LUTHERN, a traveler at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport …
An overburden of the fowl is causing quite a foul problem at New York City airports.
Today’s links feature some funny people, some famous people, and some ducks who strut like famous people.
I’m guessing these guys weren’t stuck at Singapore’s airport, where they could have caught a free movie (or enjoyed a giant twister slide). But that’s okay — they found another way to pass the time.