Thursday, August 06, 2009

Blogging from the Terminal

I'm at the gate. My flight boards in a hour. At least the terminal has free Wi-Fi.

This is the first time, I'm blogged with my laptop, and I've decided that the only time, I'm ever going to blog with the thing is when I travel. So hopefully there will be a fair bit of blogging (and pictures) over the next seven days.

I just want US customs to explain something to me. Why the hell did I have to take my shoes and belt off? A fat guy shouldn't have to take his belt off in a line. It's not a pretty site people.

Come to think of it. US Customs was a pain in general. I am disapointed with one thihing however. NO STAMP ON MY PASSPORT. They guy just scanned it, and gave it back. NO PRETTY STAMP. Well, I expect a stamp when I go to London next year.

I have my digital camera with me, but I haven't taken any pictures yet. I should have some pictures tomorrow. I might be posting some pictures tonight, but I make no promises.

Oh yeah. Don't tell anyone, but I'm smuggling Timbits across the border. I've decided that it's not fair that my friends in the US are unable to enjoy the taste of a Tim Horton's Timbit. If there's good enough for Kevin Smith, they're good enough for my friends. For the record, Kevin Smith is addicted to Timbits.

Well there are more people sitting near me now, and I don't like the idea of people looking at my screen while I blog, so I'm going to go surf some porn instead. THAT WILL CAUSE SOME SHIT.

One cool thing about the Calgary Public Wi-Fi. You can log onto it using your Facebook account. How cool is that? SUCK IT MYSPACE!!!

My 2 Bytes


Jess said...

When you come home do not under any circumstances tell the truth if you bought something. Just take the tags off, throw away the receipts and put a big fat 0 on your card. I decided that honesty was the best policy and wrote on my declaration card that we were bringing back about $300 worth of stuff and I of course had no receipts (I didn't think I would be returning the shoes I bought in Vegas). They searched our bags for receipts at 1 am, we were both tired, I was extremely grumpy and despite telling them over and over that we had no receipts they still pawed through all our luggage. So I learned a lesson there - I should have lied like the other 100 people on the plane.

Can't wait to see pictures!

E said...

You need to ask them to stamp your passport traveling between the USA and Canada...they will, you just have to ask.

Free WiFi is always good!

Have a good trip!!!!!:) ~E

Olly said...

You smuggled Tim-Bits?

You do live on the edge!