When I originally planned a July 7th flight to Chattanooga for LibertyCon, I specifically scheduled your 10:30 am flight, funneling me and my party through Charlotte. Which I accepted. It would put me there at 3:30 pm local time.
Now I find that you have shunted that flight to 8:30am, meaning I have to drag everybody out of bed, kicking and screaming, cram them into a car at 6:00 am, in order to get them to an airport by 6;30, because this New York, planning for airport security to NOT screw us over is a bad, bad idea.
I would like to thank you, American Airlines, for making my life even more difficult than it had to be.
Of course, I would also like your ignorant asses for not informing me of this at all. In fact, had I not booked through Priceline, I doubt that I would have been informed about this until 24 hours before the flight.
I would like to thank you again, American Airlines, for being consistent in the quality of service I have come to expect from you.
Next time, I'm taking the bus. In fact, if you're not careful, I may do that anyway. I bought flight insurance.
With luck, you cannot tell that I'm sleep deprived by how I wrote the above.
However, you know that something must be off, because I didn't use a music blog, and I don't have a substantive premise for today's blog.
But hey, this seems to work for Sarah Hoyt.
Actually, there is a new bit of business that's new to me. And this involves some audience participation.
I have been informed that I've made TV appearances. I've even had my books at Borders (RIP) and on The Catholic Network.
I say that I've been informed, because this is the first time I've heard of any of this. At all. Ever.
Seriously, why does no one tell me about this stuff?
So ... from now on, if you see something, say something. No, really. I have no awareness of things like this. As far as I know, the only PR I have is reviews, this blog, my Twitter account, Google+, and Facebook. That's it. Apparently, there's more than that.
Anyway, if you see my books on the shelf of a real bookstore, or in some place I didn't personally put it, please, let me know in the comments. It'll be nice to know.
Until then, here, have a meme about Harriet Tubman, gun-toting Republican who just replaced an American President on the $20 bill.