Travel disaster

The lines at Oakland are up to four hours long. I missed my flight and am not yet to the gate. Unbelievable.

UPDATE: I started IM’ing with Maryam and the travel agent. They booked me into Continental. I sailed through in 20 minutes there. The whole line thing was all Southwest. So, I’m going to New Orleans. Will be there at about 8:43 via Houston.

Yeah, the San Francisco Chronicle has the news on what I’m going to New Orleans for. I wouldn’t say I’m there to “help” Edwards, though. I’m there to bring you along. That might hurt him. You might not like him.

More when I arrive.

Oh, to make this morning worse, I forgot my cell phone at home. So, if you need to get ahold of me email me at robertscoble@hotmail.com.

64 thoughts on “Travel disaster

  1. Oakland airport note: The concourses connect. If the lines are really long at the Southwest concourse, you can go over to the other concourse for security even if you’re flying SWA!

  2. Oakland airport note: The concourses connect. If the lines are really long at the Southwest concourse, you can go over to the other concourse for security even if you’re flying SWA!

  3. VISION – GOOD GOVERNMENT for GREAT public policy.

    In short, good government, not privitization.

    Blessings

  4. VISION – GOOD GOVERNMENT for GREAT public policy.

    In short, good government, not privitization.

    Blessings

  5. I’m not a US citizen, and don’t live in the US, so I tend to stay out of public debates on US politics. So, I hope all the US people here forgive me for intruding…

    @19 – “(Banning) Legalized baby murder”? “(Keeping) raging socialist(s out of power)”? “Very low taxes… (but) enough to get the job done”?

    You think these are serious political policies? They sure don’t sound like it.

    As an outsider, it seems like the optimal algorithm for deciding how to vote in US elections is actually pretty simple. Here it is:

    If you earn less than $300,000 per year, vote Democrat. Else vote Republican.

  6. I’m not a US citizen, and don’t live in the US, so I tend to stay out of public debates on US politics. So, I hope all the US people here forgive me for intruding…

    @19 – “(Banning) Legalized baby murder”? “(Keeping) raging socialist(s out of power)”? “Very low taxes… (but) enough to get the job done”?

    You think these are serious political policies? They sure don’t sound like it.

    As an outsider, it seems like the optimal algorithm for deciding how to vote in US elections is actually pretty simple. Here it is:

    If you earn less than $300,000 per year, vote Democrat. Else vote Republican.

  7. Robert,
    At least you weren’t at SJC today, the power went out around 10:30 and didn’t come back on till after noon, so no boarding a plane without the skyways powered up, and with the wind it meant no stairs.

    I caught up on some sleep, though. :)

  8. Robert,
    At least you weren’t at SJC today, the power went out around 10:30 and didn’t come back on till after noon, so no boarding a plane without the skyways powered up, and with the wind it meant no stairs.

    I caught up on some sleep, though. :)

  9. While you’re there Robert ask him what his plan is response is to the recent Concord Coaliion’s “Fiscal Wake Up Tour”. I want to know every candidates response to this message and plan and I would like to see it well documented. Thanks!

    http://www.concordcoalition.org/

    A race between Rudi and John would hopefully be a debate of positive ideas. We’ll see what we actually get.

  10. While you’re there Robert ask him what his plan is response is to the recent Concord Coaliion’s “Fiscal Wake Up Tour”. I want to know every candidates response to this message and plan and I would like to see it well documented. Thanks!

    http://www.concordcoalition.org/

    A race between Rudi and John would hopefully be a debate of positive ideas. We’ll see what we actually get.

  11. @19, Doug, while I agree with your sentiments, we are still a long way from a viable 3rd party. Hell, Libertarians can barely get elected dog catcher in Mayberry. So, until they can start winning convincing numbers locally they will never be taken seriously nationally.

  12. @19, Doug, while I agree with your sentiments, we are still a long way from a viable 3rd party. Hell, Libertarians can barely get elected dog catcher in Mayberry. So, until they can start winning convincing numbers locally they will never be taken seriously nationally.

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