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Cecil Scaglione, Editor

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My Doctor Should Be A . . .

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. . .stand-up comic.

When I told him I was shrinking,

he told me

I should learn to be a little patient.

Holiday Travel No Picnic

My tablemate said he saved a couple hundred dollars by heading home for the holidays today instead of waiting a couple of days.

You might think about traveling on the holiday ‑‑ Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day or New Year’s Day – if you plan flying anywhere this festive season. Airliners are less cramped on those days. Crunching crowds can be expected throughout the Thanksgiving ‑ New Year’s holiday season at train and bus terminals and on highways and city streets as well as airports.

If you’re flying, also consider flights early in the day to avoid the ripple effect that builds up as more and more flights are disrupted, delayed or canceled as the day goes on. And get to the airport early. The closer to flight time you arrive, the greater are your chances of being bumped because airlines tend to overbook most flights.

Written by Cecil Scaglione

November 20, 2022 at 2:00 am

Posted in Travel, Humor / Quote

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