Christmas Eve Inquiry

December 24, 2008 at 11:24 am 1 comment


As Ol’ Man Winter puts the screws to holiday travel plans for thousands, Norad’s putting the final touches on this year’s hi-res Santa Cam to let the kiddies know – down to the nanosecond – just exactly when his jolly fatness will be droppin’ their loot.
::: YAY – SANTA LOJACK!!! :::

Google announced Tuesday afternoon that children — and even all the big kids out there — will be able to track St. Nick’s journey around the world using Google Maps and Google Earth.
::: Fat man’s comin! Fat man’s comin! :::

But for those not fortunate enough to travel on a craft fueled by positive thoughts, sugar and reindeer, Christmas Eve isn’t quite as fun … or easy.
::: You mean Detroit doesn’t make that model for everyone? ::: 

Snowstorms have crippled airports, highways and rail lines across the country, stranding travelers for hours, days and, in some cases – throughout the entire holiday.

We were on our way to the airport and my grandma called and said the flight was canceled,” said Blaine Skelton, 21, who spent last Christmas in Iraq, is stationed at Camp Pendleton and was traveling with his wife.

Skelton’s no longer counting on getting home for Christmas because the next available flight is three days after the holiday. Worse yet, this will probably be his last chance to visit family members before he is deployed again.

… which begs the question:

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1 Comment

  • 1. noni  |  December 24, 2008 at 11:44 am

    I would HATE to be stuck in an airport at the holidays!!!!!!!


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