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Post time 2013-7-8 04:46:46 |Display all floors
roninxian Post time: 2013-7-7 22:57
Why does this topic show 6 replies but there are only 3???

Perhaps they were in verification

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Post time 2013-7-8 04:50:58 |Display all floors
A Boeing 777 aircraft has crash-landed at San Francisco international airport.

Two people have been killed, and up to 30 have been injured, according to diplomats. See gallery

The aircraft had taken off from South Korea's capital, Seoul. There were 292 passengers and 16 crew on board.
Firefighters and rescue teams remain at the scene of the downed Asiana Airlines Flight 214, but the cause of the crash is still unclear.

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Post time 2013-7-8 09:16:46 |Display all floors
@ elzach

If it's on my lap, or in my pocket, I probably would take it, however, a laptop, or a passport is a far cry from a 10-15 kg suitcase that was stuffed into an overhead bin because you were too lazy to put it into checked baggage, or too cheap to pay the overweight fees. Overhead bins are for items you may need either during, or immediately after, the flight. Eg.: diapers for your baby, toiletries, a change of clothes, important papers, a camera or laptop. The overhead bins are not for suitcases containing all of your belongings that you need for your vacation.

It's not a complicated issue at all. It's an issue which requires a modicum of intelligence and common sense.

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Post time 2013-7-8 13:41:53 |Display all floors
1584austin Post time: 2013-7-8 04:46
Perhaps they were in verification

I checked back several times.  How long does that take?
Do all posts by admin's have all comments 'verified'???  I don't understand the situation.

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