I usually reserve a fair bit of sympathy for unions threatening industrial actions to force employers to come to the negotiation table, but not when they show complete disregard to customers, as in the case of the work-to-rule action to be enforced by the Cathay Pacific Airways Flight Attendants’ Union. Under the work-to-rule guidelines: “All… Read More »
Jet ski across the Pacific Ocean? No wonder Sino-Japanese relations are strained. There’s no easy way for them to reach each other. How this screen was captured: Go to Google Maps, get directions for “Japan” to “China” and scroll down to step 43. Related stuff:Mighty Google MapsGoogle reaching for the stars Technorati Tags: Google Map… Read More »
Next time you’re in Beijing, maybe you ought to pay this guy a visit. “怪人”黄珂：免费让人白吃白喝的财道 Related stuff:No free lunch after allIt’s payback time! Technorati Tags: free lunch Beijing 黄珂 白吃白喝 Help spread the word!
I was walking from Wanchai to Pacific Place the other day and I saw a tour bus advertising this domain name: bigbustours.com That’s unfortunate because the Web address could be interpreted as Big Bust Ours. And I thought to myself: “Well, if you insist.” Related stuff:Top 10 mindboggling domain names Technorati Tags: Hong Kong Wanchai… Read More »
While we’re at it, here are seven more items that should also be banned from carry-ons: 1. BeltSome cowboy may use this to whip the pilot into action (or worse, inaction). 2. High-heel stilettosA hard nudge by one of these pointy devices can be deadly. 3. PenYeah, you’ll need this to complete the immigration forms,… Read More »
Counterterrorism experts with the UK intelligence service MI5 are reportedly aware of a new technique that will help suicidal terrorists avoid detection at airports after discovering increasingly strong chatter regarding the subject on extremist websites. MI5 told Daily Mail that suicide bombers may now surgically implant explosives in their bodies. The explosive, commonly known as… Read More »
Airport security staff: “Has anyone put anything into your luggage without your knowledge?”Passenger: “If it was without my knowledge, how would I know?” Technorati Tags: airport security luggage stupid question Help spread the word!
Apparently, Ryanair’s CEO Michael O’Leary would do anything in his quest to squeeze out every bit of profits for his budget airline. The Guardian recently quoted O’Leary defending his commitment to reduce the number of toilets on the carrier’s planes and charge passengers to use them: Asked if he would be interested in charging £5… Read More »
Counterintuitive, isn’t it? But that’s exactly what Hans Brinker Budget Hotel in Amsterdam has done. The Dutch hotel, which proclaims itself as the worst in the world, is celebrating its awfulness by bringing out a related book. Check out this video eco-tour for evidence of the hotel’s credentials (or lack of). With a slogan that… Read More »
If you’ve ever felt homesick while on the road, you may appreciate the idea of “Home from Home“, a travel kit designed to help ease the pain of being away on business. The kit, offered by Laterooms.com, includes such comforts as: A bespoke scent, made by a company called Dale Air, that smells exactly like… Read More »