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January 2, 2009 in problems, Science | 2 comments
For the second day in a row we couldn’t fly out of Santa Barbara. At least we have a home here, so I can get some work done. Lots of stuff due now or early next week.
Flip on January 2, 2009 at 9:25 pm
Why won’t they let you fly?
Doc Searls on January 3, 2009 at 1:27 am
The first flight was canceled outright, and not replaced. Missing plane. That was Thursday. We rebooked for today. That flight was delayed beyond the point where we could get our connection. Fog in San Francisco. Now we’re booked for tomorrow. Wish us luck.
Complicating this is three flying together. Not an easy re-book.
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