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Touched Down in the Land of the Delta Blues

I’m posting from my own computer now; I’m back at home. I got home about an hour later than my scheduled flight would have gotten me home and I’ve got a free roundtrip ticket on United Airlines to boot. Yay overbooking!

The title of the post is a line from “Walking in Memphis” by Marc Cohn. I’m using it to refer to the fact that Atlanta is the hometown of Delta Airlines, who has recently had financial “Blues”.

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Home Again, Home Again, Jiggity Jog

I’m in Antwerp now, trying to figure out the best way to get to the Brussels airport to come back to the US. It looks like the remainder of my trip will consist of a tram to a train to a plane to another plane to a light rail to another light rail. Then I’m done with this oddesy. I’m disappointed, but if I do’n’t get back to work soon, I’ll have to start harassing tourists shouting “Hello Money!” at them. Well, I’m off to hop the pond….

Back Home for Opening Day

I’ll be back in Atlanta in time for the Braves’ home opener against
the Metropolitans. Not quite opening day, but it’s as close as I can
get. ‘Hold onto your backgammon boards, lucky bug is back’. — Buck
Rogers