Is It Too Early To Start Drinking at the Airport?


11 Responses to “Is It Too Early To Start Drinking at the Airport?”

  1. edselpdx says:

    Kein bier vor vier.

  2. adent1066 says:

    I believe it had to do with a fault in the Retro Encabulator

  3. mellowknees says:

    Totally aside from the computer issues facing all of our airports today:

    It is never too early to drink in an airport.


    • teapot says:

      Thirded… an airport is basically a licence to drink.

      Strong LSD is not recommended, but will result in the most amazing / perplexing sunrise you will ever see.

  4. mdh says:

    could it be haxxorz in ur towers, wrecking ur plans?

  5. Moriarty says:

    Airports are timeless portals between worlds and timezones. “It’s always five o’clock somewhere” has more meaning when there are people present who just came from that place, or are headed there. Have a bloody mary – the perfect blend of spice, vitamins, and alcohol for surviving an airport.

    None of that, however, is an excuse for the depravity of Cinnabon.

  6. Enoch_Root says:

    Privatize ATC! Be like socialist Canada.

  7. ironix says:

    I agree with mellowknees, it is never too early to start drinking at the airport. Just be sure to remain in control enough to not get turned away at the gate for being too drunk. =p

  8. Teapunk says:

    There’s a very nice bar in the airport of Mahé (Seychelles). Never too early for a Mai Tai or something, just be sure not to overdo it. In the right dosis it also helps with the sleeping on the plane.

  9. Anonymous says:

    It was sad to see that MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” mentioned this, and then used that as a reason to speak to the Georgia Governer about how bad a job Barak Obama is doing rather than giving ANY information about their lead in

    “Computer issues shut down US Airports”

  10. dwdyer says:

    I’d love to know what the actual trigger was, but I’ll be we’ll never really know. If it were just one airline, they’d be prevaricating about “equipment failure”.

    p.s. a stumblewrapped link rather than a direct link?

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