June 13th, 2008

Kirin 01 - portrait

Flight Information for AnthroCon 2008

Thu, Jun 26, 2008
New York J F Kennedy International Airport, (JFK) to Pittsburgh International Airport, (PIT)

Flight: United Flight 7579 (on Embraer E70 Jet)
Depart: 07:29 PM, New York, NY (JFK)
Arrive: 09:19 PM, Washington, DC (IAD)

Requested Seats: 11A
1 Stop - change planes in Washington, (IAD)
Connection Time:

Flight: United Flight 7685 (on Embraer E70 Jet)
Depart: 10:05 PM, Washington, DC (IAD)
Arrive: 11:11 PM, Pittsburgh, PA (PIT)

Requested Seats: 14F
Total Travel Time: 3 hrs 42 mins


Sun, Jun 29, 2008
Pittsburgh International Airport, (PIT) to New York J F Kennedy International Airport, (JFK)

Flight: United Flight 7132 (on CRJ-700 CANADAIR REGIONAL)
Depart: 07:54 PM, Pittsburgh, PA (PIT)
Arrive: 08:55 PM, Washington, DC (IAD)

Requested Seats: 17A
1 Stop - change planes in Washington, (IAD)
Connection Time:

Flight: United Flight 7581 (on Embraer E70 Jet)
Depart: 10:05 PM, Washington, DC (IAD)
Arrive: 11:34 PM, New York, NY (JFK)

Requested Seats: 10A
Total Travel Time: 3 hrs 40 mins
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    happy happy
Kirin 01 - portrait

Flight Information for Memphit 2008

Thu, Aug 28, 2008
New York La Guardia Airport, (LGA) to Memphis International Airport, (MEM)

Flight: American Airlines Flight 4923 (on Embraer RJ135)
Depart: 06:50 PM, New York, NY (LGA)
Arrive: 08:50 PM, Memphis, TN (MEM)

Requested Seats: 6A
Total Travel Time: 3 hrs


Mon, Sep 1, 2008
Memphis International Airport, (MEM) to New York La Guardia Airport, (LGA)

Flight: American Airlines Flight 4922 (on Embraer RJ140)
Depart: 02:00 PM, Memphis, TN (MEM)
Arrive: 05:50 PM, New York, NY (LGA)

Requested Seats: 9A
Total Travel Time: 2 hrs 50 mins
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    satisfied satisfied
Kirin 01 - portrait

Stress Test

I am not sure exactly how this works, but it is amazingly accurate.
The picture below has 2 identical dolphins in it. It was used in a case study on stress levels at the Mayo Clinic and later at Fletcher Medical Center in Burlington.
Look at both dolphins jumping out of the water. The dolphins are identical. (PhotoShop copies) A closely monitored, scientific study revealed that, in spite of the fact that the dolphins are identical, a person under stress will find many differences between the two dolphins.
The more differences a person finds, the more stress that person is experiencing.
Look at the photograph and if you find more than one or two differences you may need to take a vacation.




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