User Profile: sharx

Member Since: June 09, 2011


  • [5] July 29, 2016 at 6:45pm

    Proud to say I know these guys and this is my home town.

  • [12] February 28, 2016 at 9:07pm

    Guess she can “Lean Forward” right out the door!

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  • November 12, 2012 at 6:57pm

    Megyn is the class of Fox. She would look much better with her own show on the Blaze network. But I’m not sure Glenn is ready to get into a bidding war with Fox. I could think of a few others that would be a great fit on the Blaze. Even a couple in the MSM would do better around some sanity on the Blaze. Glenn if you can get Megyn on board I’ll buy three more subscriptions for friends.

  • June 9, 2011 at 10:15am

    Delta’s email back to me.

    RE: Case Number 3573953

    Thank you for sharing your thoughts. We realize there may be concerns regarding members of the United States military traveling with us on active duty and we want to take this opportunity to address some of their issues.

    We want our customers to know how deeply Delta respects and admires the men and women who fight every day for our country. As a company, we have very strong ties to the armed forces, with countless employees, family, friends, and loved ones serving actively or on reserve, and many more who are retired from military service. Delta understands what it takes to travel as an active duty member of the military which is why we work hard to ensure our policies allow active duty military personnel traveling with us additional flexibility.

    Effective June 8, 2011, Delta Air Lines will increase its baggage allowance for Active duty U.S. military personnel traveling on orders to or from duty stations to four (4) checked bags in Economy Class and up to five (5) checked bags in First and Business Class on Delta and Delta Connection carriers at no charge. This change is also applicable to dependents traveling with active military on orders. Previously the allowance included three (3) checked bags in Economy Class and four (4) in First and Business Class. Weight restrictions will still allow these bags to weigh up to 70 lbs. (32 kg) and measure up to 80 linear inches
    (203 cm), which offers added flexibi

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