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  1. #8621
    Quote Originally Posted by Breadman  [View Original Post]
    How is it that Asian women can pump out 3 kids and look just like she did at 18 whereas other nationalities become chubby bordering on obese?
    Its true that some mothers of 3 can still be skinny, but they are damaged, and plenty of chubby ones too. Last time I screwed a pretty and skinny mother of 3, her pussy was loose and she was terrible on the bed as well.

  2. #8620
    Quote Originally Posted by Breadman  [View Original Post]
    How is it that Asian women can pump out 3 kids and look just like she did at 18 whereas other nationalities become chubby bordering on obese?
    With Thai ladies it must be all those bugs & cum that they eat.

  3. #8619
    Quote Originally Posted by BushRusher  [View Original Post]
    I believe, in the US, extremely wide people were advised / required to get and pay for an extra seat. I don't remember exactly, but there was a problem during the past president's administration with someone being asked and there was an up roar
    Also, during the "past president's administration" Canada introduced a rule that required airlines to provide an extra seat free of charge to those who weighed more than a certain weight. Are you going to blame Obama for that as well?

  4. #8618
    Quote Originally Posted by BushRusher  [View Original Post]
    Go figure. Plenty of mothers out there who harm their kids. Been several in the news recently. Like the one who left the daughter in a supermarket.
    How is it that Asian women can pump out 3 kids and look just like she did at 18 whereas other nationalities become chubby bordering on obese?

  5. #8617
    Quote Originally Posted by BushRusher  [View Original Post]
    I believe, in the US, extremely wide people were advised / required to get and pay for an extra seat. I don't remember exactly, but there was a problem during the past president's administration with someone being asked and there was an up roar. I have seen extra wide passengers in the past year occupying just regular economy seats. I think that PC is winning out.
    I missed that story but airlines do have policies about overweight passengers. Not sure they care about PC more than profits since they will charge wherever they can make a buck. They are making these seats smaller now but nothing worst than being caught next to the fat guy like Steve Martin did on Planes, Trains and Automobiles.

    http://www.independenttraveler.com/t...esity-policies

  6. #8616
    Quote Originally Posted by Syzygies  [View Original Post]
    I hated sitting next to a child from Albuquerque. Her fat single mother was at the window and me in Aisle seat (of 3). The child wanted to yack with me the whole way or play games, and her mother was happy to be ignored by the child. I was planning on getting sleep originally. Domestic, can't remember was United or Delta or what, but seats were vastly better than Ryanair. Would have been appreciated if the mother sat between me and her talkative child, whether mother was fat or not.

    Children screaming or jumping / bouncing around are the worst for resting up.
    I believe, in the US, extremely wide people were advised / required to get and pay for an extra seat. I don't remember exactly, but there was a problem during the past president's administration with someone being asked and there was an up roar. I have seen extra wide passengers in the past year occupying just regular economy seats. I think that PC is winning out. Actually I saw one break a seat on a long haul flight, though he was complaining the seat did not work. I was in another cabin so could not hear the details except the person behind was move to another seat.

    Most parents are good with children. You know you are in trouble when you have a seating like you saw. Or the children are put several rows away. Some parents just don't want to deal with kids and think it is someone else's responsibility or problem. The worst I had was a cross country whereby the parents let their sub 3 cry on their lap the whole 4 hours while the mobile older one kept bouncing around and kicking the seat in front of her. Parents were stoic and did not interact with either kid.

    Go figure. Plenty of mothers out there who harm their kids. Been several in the news recently. Like the one who left the daughter in a supermarket.

  7. #8615
    Quote Originally Posted by Syzygies  [View Original Post]
    I hated sitting next to a child from Albuquerque. Her fat single mother was at the window and me in Aisle seat (of 3). The child wanted to yack with me the whole way or play games, and her mother was happy to be ignored by the child. I was planning on getting sleep originally. Domestic, can't remember was United or Delta or what, but seats were vastly better than Ryanair. Would have been appreciated if the mother sat between me and her talkative child, whether mother was fat or not.

    Children screaming or jumping / bouncing around are the worst for resting up.
    Worst I ever had was a very large gentleman in the window seat, and I had the aisle in a 2-3-2 configuration from NRT to SIN. I had paid extra for economy comfort, but sitting next to this guy was no comfort. He was fine when awake, he was very conscious of his size, but when he fell asleep he relaxed and his leg jerked every 30-60 seconds. I had planned on sleeping that leg as we landed at midnight and wanted to hit a FL bar after checking in. No sleep for me unfortunately.

    I would have moved but it was a completely full flight.

  8. #8614
    Quote Originally Posted by BushRusher  [View Original Post]
    Have you tired US domestic economy? Was on a short flight. No leg room. Had middle seat with lady spilling over her seat onto me. Had guy spilling over his seat onto me. Luckily I was so wedged in that I probably did not need a seat belt and the people on either side had to lean away. Bones cannot be compressed any further.
    I hated sitting next to a child from Albuquerque. Her fat single mother was at the window and me in Aisle seat (of 3). The child wanted to yack with me the whole way or play games, and her mother was happy to be ignored by the child. I was planning on getting sleep originally. Domestic, can't remember was United or Delta or what, but seats were vastly better than Ryanair. Would have been appreciated if the mother sat between me and her talkative child, whether mother was fat or not.

    Children screaming or jumping / bouncing around are the worst for resting up.

  9. #8613
    Quote Originally Posted by BushRusher  [View Original Post]
    Had middle seat with lady spilling over her seat onto me. Had guy spilling over his seat onto me. Luckily I was so wedged in that I probably did not need a seat belt and the people on either side had to lean away.
    They have baggage overage maybe they should have passenger weight overage too.

  10. #8612
    Quote Originally Posted by Syzygies  [View Original Post]
    I had the misfortune to choose Ryanair recently (not for flight to Thailand of course). Very few tall people on board and I could see why. The seats were appallingly bad causing torture. Minimal leg room reminded me of Malaysia Air Domestic many years ago, but curvature forward on both left and right side edges of the seat back pushed right on the shoulder blades, and seats could not be reclined. I am not quite 6'4 either. I can see why the term "cattle class" seats. Perhaps my shoulders are a bit broader than average as well. I don't have this extreme problem in any other airline to date. Seat design is just shocking (for some of us).

    I warn all tall persons not to think of taking Ryan Air except in extreme desperation and very short flights only.
    Have you tired US domestic economy? Was on a short flight. No leg room. Had middle seat with lady spilling over her seat onto me. Had guy spilling over his seat onto me. Luckily I was so wedged in that I probably did not need a seat belt and the people on either side had to lean away. Bones cannot be compressed any further.

  11. #8611
    Quote Originally Posted by BananaBoi  [View Original Post]
    This is impressive. I need to look into Eva Air for sure now. I always notice Eva about 25% cheaper than Cathay. Can anyone else compare Eva Air with Cathay? I find the seats at Cathay to be fairly comfortable even if the person in front of you reclines his seat all the way back.
    I need to clarify that it took some discussion to determine that no fee did not apply to certain days, I think Sunday was one of them. I was pretty flexible about when as my goal was just to move the trip up by 30 days or so. I managed this change over the phone while in the US and the agent had a strong accent that took some work to manage. At Esprezzo I would be curious which airline has enough legroom for you in economy since you are 6'4".

  12. #8610
    Quote Originally Posted by LittleBigMan  [View Original Post]
    Thanks, my search with basically a made up date didn't produce the midnight flight at all with the cheaper prices quoted. They were all for the 13:10 with several stops going through Narita. Their schedule must be like Eva, having flights operating on certain days only. I will play around on their website to see what is being offered.ways had a flight BKK-LAX, before discontinue but gave me little time to get out of Immigration and get on the last flight to SFO with my benefits.
    Yes if they don't fly your day, then airlines come up with makeshift alternatives. You need to check the airline schedule or timetable more-so than try to make a booking for a single date. I never am sure of my dates, and have to have flexible, so I need airlines that fly every day, hopefully more than one flight per day if possible. Thai Inter is one that flies everyday to BKK of course, from major places, with direct flights, or shares with another Star Alliance airline.

    This return trip to Thailand, I was told flight is full for my desired change date at short notice (it's hardly ever absolutely full), and got waitlisted but did not get a mail to say yes, due to being well less than 24 hours away most likely. In these cases I show up to the airport 3 hours before flight, and on most occasions (never failed yet) they give me seat, either immediately or a bit before departure when someone does not show up. Even I was told the flight was full, at the airport check in they admit there is space on the flight. Maybe some airline worker or family member like you with a free seat gets bumped if they really run out of seats. Probably helps I have high frequent flyer status with Royal Orchid, so they seem to always give me a seat at the last minute, if booked in a flexible booking class. Most of my flights are not payed for by me anyway.

    BKK just happens to be on the way to everywhere for business. LOL. My passport fills with Thailand in and out stamps rather rapidly. More than anything else.

  13. #8609
    Quote Originally Posted by Syzygies  [View Original Post]
    My search found this (flying Sun and Wed):

    23:25 Honolulu (HNL) - Terminal M.
    10:05 Bangkok (BKK).
    Duration: 17:40 - 1 stop in Taipei.
    Aircraft Airbus Industrie A340-300.
    China Airlines (CI 001).
    Aircraft Aircraft varies.
    China Airlines (CI 833).

    Times may change a bit at different times of year. However I suspect Honolulu (HNL) has no daylight saving (just a guess).

    Hope you did not search for HON (Hong Kong).

    Around 10 April was different (flying Mon and Thurs) confirming variation in times:
    01:15 Honolulu (HNL) - Terminal M.
    10:00 Bangkok (BKK).
    Duration: 15:45 - 1 stop in Taipei.
    Thanks, my search with basically a made up date didn't produce the midnight flight at all with the cheaper prices quoted. They were all for the 13:10 with several stops going through Narita. Their schedule must be like Eva, having flights operating on certain days only. I will play around on their website to see what is being offered.

    I knew HNL, had a flight to Bangkok but it was via through Taipei, by the way Hong Kong is (HKG) always looking for alternatives to using my flight benefits which in the past was good but these days with all the Code Shares and Alliances it is near impossible to get a seat.

    I was interested in HNL, because I can get to HNL, for free and have family in HNL, but not sure how crowded their flights and RL response made it sound as if it was a non-stop from HNL to BKK. The less stopover I have the less chance of getting bumped off a flight.

    Thai Airways had a flight BKK-LAX, before discontinue but gave me little time to get out of Immigration and get on the last flight to SFO with my benefits.

  14. #8608
    Quote Originally Posted by LittleBigMan  [View Original Post]
    If I was 6'4 which I'm not I might have been the first Asian in the NBA, before Jeremy Lin 555? But since I'm not, I have no problems sitting in coach, in fact with Eva, I feel more comfortable sitting in coach.
    I had the misfortune to choose Ryanair recently (not for flight to Thailand of course). Very few tall people on board and I could see why. The seats were appallingly bad causing torture. Minimal leg room reminded me of Malaysia Air Domestic many years ago, but curvature forward on both left and right side edges of the seat back pushed right on the shoulder blades, and seats could not be reclined. I am not quite 6'4 either. I can see why the term "cattle class" seats. Perhaps my shoulders are a bit broader than average as well. I don't have this extreme problem in any other airline to date. Seat design is just shocking (for some of us).

    I warn all tall persons not to think of taking Ryan Air except in extreme desperation and very short flights only.

  15. #8607
    Quote Originally Posted by LittleBigMan  [View Original Post]
    I am not aware of China Air having a midnight flight out of Honolulu, they only show a flight leaving at 13:10 and the fight makes a number of stops. Also not aware they offer a direct flight from Hon-BKK.
    My search found this (flying Sun and Wed):

    23:25 Honolulu (HNL) - Terminal M.
    10:05 Bangkok (BKK).
    Duration: 17:40 - 1 stop in Taipei.
    Aircraft Airbus Industrie A340-300.
    China Airlines (CI 001).
    Aircraft Aircraft varies.
    China Airlines (CI 833).

    Times may change a bit at different times of year. However I suspect Honolulu (HNL) has no daylight saving (just a guess).

    Hope you did not search for HON (Hong Kong).

    Around 10 April was different (flying Mon and Thurs) confirming variation in times:
    01:15 Honolulu (HNL) - Terminal M.
    10:00 Bangkok (BKK).
    Duration: 15:45 - 1 stop in Taipei.

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