Flight to or from?

Time to get some reading and revising done!

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11 Responses to Flight to or from?

  1. APX says:

    I don’t know how you manage to get any work done on a plane. Whenever I fly anywhere I either get stuck in some squashed seat where I can’t move, a rickety old plane that feels like it’s going to fall apart at any moment (bonus when your flight’s delayed “due to mechanical problems”) and it’s too small to stow your carry-on inside the cabin so you can’t take your work on with you. The best (and I use the term loosely) was my flight to Mexico during which the flight attendents felt the need to make it an active participation flight for four hours.

  2. MJ says:

    To or from…I would say it depends on what sort of beverage is in the glass. ;-)

  3. APX says:

    it depends on what sort of beverage is in the glass. ;-)

    It looks like Canada Dry Ginger Ale, so I’m going to say to.

  4. MyBrokenFiat says:

    @ MJ – ha ha ha! Brilliant.

    Either way, good luck and safe travels!

  5. pseudomodo says:

    Maybe I’ve been living in Dogpatch for too many years, but… How does one connect to the outside world from a mobile device from a plane?

  6. APX says:

    @pseudomodo
    How does one connect to the outside world from a mobile device from a plane?
    Some of fancy schmancy airlines now have on-flight WIFI with Gogo. Also, if your flight is flying at a low enough altitude, you can sometimes pick up the 3G network from the towers…so I’m told.

  7. frjim4321 says:

    Nice. I admit to the sin of envy.

    Currently looking at either the Kindle or the iPad with bluetooth GPS sender.

    For commercial flights I like following on my GPS but the F/A pitched a fit on the way back from Disney.

    She also hated that I had my own Smirnoff mini’s…

  8. Kindle is sooo convenient.

  9. Jbuntin says:

    Looks like scotch and water to me…

  10. eiggam says:

    @Psudomodo:
    The device pictured is a Kindle. Father would have saved his books on the device before the trip and wouldn’t need to access wi-fi during the trip. Also the black and white Kindle has long battery life as the screen isn’t backlit, so one may read for hours, if needed. Safe travels and my prayers are with you. Fr. Z!

  11. irishgirl says:

    Safe journey to wherever you’re heading to, Father Z!
    The drink looks like ginger ale, IMO.