I've been looking at an awful lot of pictures of people waiting in lines and sitting around recently, but there's one thing I haven't seen. I haven't seen any sign of a book or even a periodical.
It strikes me that the latest contretemps would be an ideal time to finish that second volume of Forty-One Years in India by Field Marshal Lord Roberts of Kandahar.
Why don't the denizens of New Orleans choose to deploy an entertainment device that requires no batteries and has some resistance to wetting?
Friday, September 02, 2005
Airlines to Fly Up to 25,000 Refugees Out of New Orleans
The airlines have been asked to provide narrow-bodied planes, like Boeing 737 and Airbus A-320 models. The T.S.A. will screen passengers, as it normally does at airports, and it will create passenger lists for the airlines.But they won't have to present government-issued photo ID to fly.