Blogging on Vacation.


So. Im in Dallas.

Hence the lapse in posting, but I missed y’all like cooked food.

Between July 12th and July 13th, I had SEVERAL experiences with
the customer service reps at the US Air:

a. A customer service rep Hated on me, and
wouldn’t waive a fee. Old boy was like, bend over,
sans Vaseline. Threw my whole actionplan off. BUT.
Thats what you get trynna do standby, NOT ON JET
BLUE. The N*gga had the nerve to be old enough to
be my daddy AND was HATIN’.

b. A customer service rep had my ticket changed
w/o paying extra.

c. I chatted it up with a Marine/National guard on the
benifits and specs of the M16 that he was carrying.

d. And finally a supervisor bumped me up to first class,
so I slurpped
chardonnay in seat 1C.
^^^^^That sh*t will have you spoiled for real.

e. My favorite scene was me, in TYYYYYUGHT jeans,
sparkle-y shoes, and quasi sheer yellow blouse telling
the 3rd customer service rep “I did not authorize
ANYONE TO CHANGE MY TICKET, I just called
the 1800 number to find out WHEN THE NEXT,
EARLIEST FLIGHT TO PHILLY left.
FURTHERMORE.
Since when does calling a customer service agent
constitute and authorization
and permission to change my [MUTHAF_CKIN] schedule”.

White folks at the desk next to mine, was like what
kinda uppity negro is this?

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Why do you think traveling is so f*cking emotional ock?

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Comments

  1. neo says

    Some of these airlines are just crappy or plain suck. Dunno much about US Air to make a conclusion…

  2. Changeseeker says

    Even though I’ve never actually been sentenced to do time in prison, every time I enter one, I work up a hellified state of anxiety right up until I walk out, get in my car, and drive away. This post made me realize I’ve begun to do the same thing when I walk into an airport. Interesting. Something has definitely happened to change the experience of “flying the friendly of skies” of any of the airlines. And is it just me or are planes having more accidents and near-accidents these days, too?

  3. M.Dot. says

    And is it just me or are planes having more accidents and near-accidents these days, too?
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    You are kinda stuck inside.

    Dudes w big gats.

    I can see the similarities.

  4. M.Z says

    Because for all the planning you do in advance, once you start you can’t control anything that goes on.

  5. Illaim says

    When you start off drinking 40?s at age 14 somehow the benefits of chardonnay escape you later in life

    Traveling brings out emotion in people because it is the necessary evil delaying either potential enjoyment, or a negative duty life requires handled. Urgency spawns impatience ma

  6. texas truth says

    Cousin…

    Remember the flight to Tucson, where the airline wouldn’t cancel the flight even though the plane left 5 hours late, didn’t give us periodic updates, had us seated on the plane for an hour before having us de-plane, and basically screwed us so we couldn’t get another flight?

    US Airways.

    I thought i told you about that.

  7. M.Dot. says

    Oh.

    Whoops.

    You did tell me.

    Well sh*t.

    Jet blue need to start going to Dallas and STOP playin.

  8. M.Dot. says

    When you start off drinking 40?s at age 14 somehow the benefits of chardonnay escape you later in life.
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    Im telling momma you was slurpin malt likker.

    Traveling …..is the necessary evil delaying either potential enjoyment, or a negative duty life requires handled. Urgency spawns impatience ma.
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    your brilliant.