Simply The Best: November 2016

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November was the laziest month for TPOL. I only posted 24 times, well short of my goal of posting 20 times a week. I tried to write posts the day before and schedule them for the day after but that did not work. The only way to blog is to do it in real time and that’s what I intend to do. The hotel reviews may not be as complete, the lounge reviews may be shorter, but if I wait till I return from a trip, I’ll never do the reports. This year I’ve been to Tahiti, New Zealand, Russia, and Jordan. I flew Etihad Apartments and a propeller plane but how would you know? You wouldn’t because I have yet to write those transcendent posts.

And with that, here are the top posts for November 2016: I’ll Tim Tebow promise to never let you down again.

  1. Chase Ink Preferred 80k Bonus! Why You Shouldn’t Care
    So why doesn’t TPOL care about this card? It’s obviously because I’m such a nice person that I will be on St. Peter’s VIP list while those that apply for the card will have to pay the $95 annual fee.
    So why doesn’t TPOL care about this card? It’s obviously because I’m such a nice person that I will be on St. Peter’s VIP list while those that apply for the card will have to pay the $95 annual fee.

    2. Back From BACON: What Bloggers Are Really Like

    Prepare yourself for this TMZ post about BoardingArea bloggers.
    Prepare yourself for this TMZ post about BoardingArea bloggers.

    3. Dear Delta: Why You Gotta Be So Rude?

    We all have aspects of our career that we could do without but it doesn’t mean we are entitlted to rude.
    We all have aspects of our career that we could do without but it doesn’t mean we are entitled to rude.

    4.HKG-BKK: AA Bumps Me Down to Business

    I was looking forward to flying Cathay first from JFK-YVR-BKK then business on Malaysia from BKK-KUL-CTG this December. Then a schedule change email came from American Airlines today.
    I was looking forward to flying Cathay first from JFK-YVR-BKK then business on Malaysia from BKK-KUL-CTG this December. Then a schedule change email came from American Airlines today.

    5. Up In The Air: Seat Etiquette Dilemma

    The scenario is the airborne version of the prisoners’ dilemma where the optimal result is paradoxically for both inmates to confess.
    The scenario is the airborne version of the prisoners’ dilemma where the optimal result is paradoxically for both inmates to confess.

    6. Do Not Disturb: Why Is The Sign Required?

    Ideally, hotels should do away with the do not disturb sign in favor of a ‘clean my room’ sign.
    Ideally, hotels should do away with the do not disturb sign in favor of a ‘clean my room’ sign.

    7. “Who Are You Voting For?” A Foreigner’s Question To Medsc00117

 

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