Easter Egg Hunting, Birthday Party and Mechanical Shark

After a quick early morning routine, we head to the local park for an Easter Egg Hunt then come back home and great ready for Benji's first Classmate Birthday Pool Party! And yes, I ride a mechanical shark! Also, check out Issac speed down the water slide and subscribe to his new YouTube Channel!

The Flight Was Not Oversold

It turns out that the contract has a specific rule regarding “Refusal of Transport” (Rule 21), which lays out the conditions under which a passenger can be removed and refused transport on the aircraft. This includes situations where passengers act in a “disorderly, offensive, abusive, or violent” manner, refuse to comply with the smoking policy, are barefoot or “not properly clothed,” as well as many other situations.

There is absolutely no provision for deplaning a seated passenger because the flight is oversold.

An added complication here is that the flight wasn’t even oversold. The contract defines an oversold flight as “a flight where there are more Passengers holding valid confirmed Tickets that check-in for the flight within the prescribed check-in time than there are available seats.”

In this case, the airline attempted to remove seated passengers to make room for airline staff requiring transport to another airport, not because it had sold more tickets than there were seats available.

It's not looking good for United and the operator of the flight, but if he wins, blue skies for Dr. David Dao. (Pun intended)

My opinion: He was mistreated by all counts. Period. At the same time, listening to authority is what I would have done only because I wouldn't have know my rights in the difference of boarding and oversold.

Final Fantasy VII Player Reaches Level 99 in First Reactor

It took roughly 500 hours, by CirclMastr’s count, to pull off this ridiculous accomplishment. He’s been plugging away at his quest for over two years, grinding experience by fighting thousands of low-level random encounters on the catwalks of Midgar’s Sector 1 reactor. “Tedious” might not be a strong enough word, especially considering that he played the game on a PS1, without the benefit of frame-skipping or save states. He streamed some of the run on his Twitch channel, but most of it was solo.

The video is around 56 minutes, but if you'd like, fast forward to where the magic happens around the 53rd minute. It's truly ridiculous and mind numbing blowing.