Thursday, 4 February 2010

CBA = Can't be arsed.

I think I'm going to do the unthinkable and have a shower today...I'm reading Jimmy Corrigan - The Smartest Kid on Earth, it's just...so...sad. I can't wait to hear what the Prof thinks about it in lecture. I'm still in my pjays eating fruit salad and yogurt, the sky is blue and I've got so much work to do, but I'm stuck on Wikipedia, learning about Michelle Kwan...okay none of that!!

Going to make tomato and bocconcini salad for lunch. Don't tell him, but I've got yummy ideas for when I see Paul, also to prove to myself that I can be able to a) cook, b) put these cooking 'skills' to good use, c) make some one smile as a result, and maybe d) drool a little...Everyday my room gets better looking, but it's gotta move faster, it's kind of weird to think about where my room is...on the top left corner of the second building... Each time I'm walking I home, I look up and think of that corner like the corner of a chocolate bar and how my desk is right on the inside there, and that's where I walk about and sleep...

There's this idea of going to New York, but seriously, sometimes plane tickets make NO SENSE WHATSOEVER. I remember once looking at a flight to Paris and a flight to London...The flight to London cost twice as much as Paris but the flight to Paris made a stop at Heathrow! How weird is that? You might as well buy your ticket to Paris and then leave half way through...Maybe I SHOULD try and be a flight attendant and see if I get any insider knowledge in regards to that...

Also, did you watch Lost on Tuesday? (Who didn't...they rescheduled the State of the Union to air it...) Wow so much rambling...here's to getting through the next week!xx

2 comments:

Dihturnoaidi said...

Airline ticket prices are a function of:
* The number of people already booked on the plane (the more people, the higher the price)
* Statistic popularity of the flight in question (varies with day of week, time of day, seasons)
* Distance of the flight. Paris direct would be more expensive than Heathrow direct.
* The number of legs reduces the price because it is viewed as an inconvenience. So Paris via Heathrow is cheaper than Paris direct.
* Local airport taxes. Heathrow is probably more expensive than Paris. The fact that you go via Heathrow is irrelevant: The change of planes here is due to the fact that they use spare capacity of two flights because the direct flight is either full or non-existant.

Just a Generous Thief said...

Thanks! Explains a lot of things, I just found it interesting that you could 'technically' score yourself a cheaper flight to Heathrow by skipping out half way. :]

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