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Posted 13 February 2018 - 08:49 PM

Secrets Flight Attendants Would Never Tell You
Nothing is really ever clean. 

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Posted 13 February 2018 - 09:06 PM







Flight attendants have the power to seat you next to a baby.





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Posted 04 March 2018 - 11:44 AM

Do you need to exchange money if you're going to the Antarctica?


List of Currencies in Antarctica

In Antarctica, we have some of the most beautiful money in the world. The Å1 is themed on wildlife, specifically the penguin and its habitat among the nooks and crannies of our continent.





There is no official currency within the Free Territory of the South Pole. Virtually all Antarctic currencies are accepted within the territory (as well as the Pound Sterling and the United States dollar).


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Posted 30 July 2018 - 08:30 PM

This just opens the door for more stringent border controls between the states.


For TSA’s “Quiet Skies” Program, Air Marshals Followed Travelers’ Every Move

QUIET SKIES. Hop aboard a domestic flight in the last few months? You might be one of the thousands of American citizens monitored by armed, undercover air marshals through the U.S. Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) Quiet Skies program.

CHOOSING A TARGET. According to The Globe’s report, the TSA screens every American traveling within the nation for potential inclusion in Quiet Skies, but even air marshals interviewed anonymously by The Globe aren’t sure why it decides to include some people and not others.

IF IT LOOKS LIKE SURVEILLANCE… The TSA neither confirmed nor denied the existence of Quiet Skies to The Globe, but later provided statements on it to other publications. TSA spokesperson James O. Gregory told The Washington Post a bit more about why Quiet Skies was created in the first place: as “an additional line of defense to aviation security.” He also denied that the program qualified as “surveillance” since the TSA wasn’t listening to targets’ calls or trailing them outside of the airports.


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Posted 03 November 2018 - 11:05 AM

Find Cheaper International Travel Fares Using This Decades-Old Loophole

Some airlines are allowed to carry customers between two non-native countries, usually when a fuel stop is involved,” writes Scott McCartney, the Journal’s Middle Seat columnist. “It’s called the fifth freedom. Established with an international treaty in 1944, the nine aviation freedoms lay out what commercial airlines can and can’t do throughout the world.”


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Posted 16 December 2018 - 01:36 PM


Toaster Droids? My oh my how much as pop culture inspired technology
Airport Security's Fight Against Terrorism: Pop Sci Future of Security





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Posted 16 February 2019 - 06:15 PM

How to Eat Healthy While Traveling

Through much trial and error, I’ve figured out what needs to be done before leaving, how to prepare, and what to do during the trip to make eating healthy simple and easy. I know exactly what can and can’t make it through airport security, what tools are helpful to pack, and all the right places to go.

Because your “travel” may look different depending on the destination, you might choose to adapt these strategies for eating healthy while traveling based on whether you’ll be flying, road tripping, taking the bus… or doing all three. (And if that’s the case… bless your heart.)
How to Eat Healthy While Traveling: Pre-Trip

A little planning can go a long way when it come to eating healthy while traveling.

Before you leave, have the decision made about what foods are a big “no-no” for you, and what foods you’re willing to “slide” on. For me, a no-no is gluten because I’m sensitive to that. My “slides” are items fried like sweet potato fries. When you do that, you’ll spare yourself the stressful mental banter when opportunities arise, and lessen your chances of experiencing any post-consumption “unpleasantness” the next day (and yes, I speak from experience.) You’ll also be able to plan ahead better about what kind of foods to bring with you and how much you’ll need.


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Posted 01 April 2019 - 05:12 PM

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