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June 01, 2007



When you mentioned Alabama I had wild thoughts of hopping over there to look for you, but Houston is so far. Can you send your husband? Some other rep? I can see how you would want to make the effort. It doesn't sound unreasonable. But it's a long shot, for sure. I'm so sorry you have had to deal with this.


Hmmm, do you know anybody in Houston, even someone through work? Does anybody in blogland come from Houston?

I'm way too far away, but I'd do it if I was there. Sugar...


doesnt' amanda at manana banana live in houston? Worth seeing if she'd take adam down there for a look.

They are bastards these guys. BA lost a bag of mine 10 years ago and were COMPLETELY UNHELPFUL. whenever I pass the heathrow sign for the luggage repository I wonder...

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