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Jan 14th 2011 12:17PM Me too and I am at work. So sad.
Jan 14th 2011 12:13PM In the article it stated that the employees in the terminal did not want to help the man. But it sure seems like someone called somebody else to tell the pilot of the impending late flier.
I guess the grandfather didn't know that in all his frustration. Kudos to the worker in the terminal that helped this person.
Jan 14th 2011 12:11PM An airline with a heart. Kudos to the pilot most people wouldn't do that nowadays. Southwest airlines just picked up where I live. When I heard they were coming here I felt happy. Now I am really glad that they are. If and when I fly out of here it will be on Southwest Airlines.
Oct 19th 2010 6:26PM CHUCK!!!!!!!!!!!
Love my Chuck. I have loved this show since it began. Always afraid they would cancel it. This is great news to this Chuck fan.
Oct 11th 2010 4:50PM Chuck I got rid of my dish and have an outside antenna. It has saved me $100 a month. You don't need cable or satellite unless you want to pay for repeat channels and crap.
Oct 11th 2010 4:48PM Fatboy usually what they do for one helps all. They just help out the ones that they meet more because they have contact with them.
Oct 11th 2010 4:24PM Actually there are. More and more people are tired of wasting money on cable and satellite tv. I recently dumped my satellite provider and am saving $100 a month. I have an outside antenna and it is working great. If you have an HDTV your HD looks so much better. The shows that I watch on cable I get over the internet, except for one show but I am not crying over it. I am laughing all the way to the bank. I have a dvd recorder to tape shows if I want to.
Oct 11th 2010 4:20PM I watched the pilot episode of this show. I thought it was good but not an 'I must watch kind of show".
The only NBC show that I watch now is CHUCK! I have got to have my Chuck.
I watch shows mainly on CBS and ABC.
Aug 16th 2010 5:26PM Found this on the web: yeah Tom!
On this new daytime show, Sequeira will share "approachable and delicious ways to enhance American favorites with simple but unique Indian influences," just like she has been doing all NFNS season long! Whether she’s sprucing up everyday pulled pork sandwiches and perfectly roasted chicken or taking classic bread pudding and basic red lentils to new heights, Sequeira cleverly combines the familiar with the exotic to create mouthwatering meals. No matter the occasion, Aarti Party promises great food and endless fun for home cooks everywhere.
However, in additional news the Food Network is excited to announce that Next Food Network Star runner-up Tom Pizzica will host the new primetime series Outrageous Food, premiering November 2010. Production begins today, August 16th, for this traveling food show featuring out-of-this-world eats.
So where does that leave second runner-up Herb Mesa? The personal trainer-turned-chef was always confident and charming, and kept pointing out he had a lot at stake with his family at home. His Cooking con Sabor was a vibrant and passionate-- although a bit last minute as he switched from "The Energy Chef"-- attempt, so Examiner feels as long as he continues to hone his concept and his presence, he will have a show or cookbook in no time!
Aug 16th 2010 5:18PM I hope that Herb comes out with a cookbook. I would definitely buy it. that does sound good. Healthy eating with flavor.
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