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Articles by Jeremy Del Nero

Lobby Bar – November 18: Light my Fire, Airline Dating, and Clinton’s Servers get Rebooted

Lobby Bar – A Divisive Divertissement of FBT News and Views
Shut it down. Hitting “reply all” culminated with an unprecedented e-mail system meltdown that brought health services in the United Kingdom to a full stop. Democrat Americans are planning a similar scheme to bring Trump’s operations to a standstill once he gets in office; Clinton will provide the e-mail servers and an ample supply of wiping cloths will be provided.
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Lobby Bar – November 11: Back to the Present, Toxic Automobiles, and Canines Should Avoid the Theater

Lobby Bar – A Skeptical Synopsis of FBT News and Views
Slay Rosebud. Jonathan Spira gets in the driver’s seat of the 2016 Ford Mustang GT Fastback California Special. The car, dubbed “Little Red Wagon” is actually nothing more than a motorized Radio Flyer wagon, but thanks to its size and efficiency, gets an astounding 10,000 miles to the gallon. And that’s gallons of lemonade, supplied to the 10-year-old child pulling …

Lobby Bar – November 4: Leaf Blowers Anonymous, Time Travel Paradoxes, and Accidental Art

Lobby Bar – A Belligerent Bellwether of FBT News and Views
Modern comforts. Most countries in Europe have set back their clocks for winter time. This year, parts of Spain voted to abstain from changing their clocks because, as they pointed out, there is no need to adhere to obsolete and ancient time changing practices, especially now that we have time travel machines thanks to advancements at FBT Magazine.
Eyes on me. …

Lobby Bar – October 28: Bird-Assisted Air Travel, Pillows are Not for Sleeping, and Artificial Intelligence Gets Smug

Lobby Bar – An Allegorical Assortment of FBT News and Views
Air Purgatory. It’s time to find out if you’ll be accepted into our spring honors course by taking our fall travel pop quiz. If you don’t get at least three questions right, you’ll be sent to traveler’s purgatory: an Air Koryo flight with unlimited fuel that never seems to receive clearance for landing.
A tale of two strokes. Jonathan Spira is …

Lobby Bar – October 21: Get a Travel Buddy, Surviving the Ice Age, and How to Deal with Too Much Fish

Lobby Bar – A Bloody Brilliant Bundle of FBT News and Views
Help me? Information Overload Awareness Day was this week. Read our 563,487 tips on how to overcome Information Overload and stay focused in an age of constant distraction. The 2020 Olympic Games will be held in Tokyo, Japan.
Fire and sound. Because the Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 is subject to spontaneous combustion, many airlines have started carrying fire-containment bags. The …

Lobby Bar – October 14: Indoor Cars, Broadway Takes Flight, and Parachuting to the Bay Area

Lobby Bar – A Confounding Concoction of FBT News and Views
Icebreaker. Paul Riegler heads to California and checks into the Ojai Valley Inn and Spa. Rather than using alarm wakeup calls, the hotel dispatches a butler to use the ice machine nearest your room at the hour you request. The mechanical grinding sound of ice being crushed is far more pleasant than the phone’s ringtone, the hotel insists.
Mini stereos. Jonathan Spira …

Lobby Bar – October 7: The Little Blimp, Pokèmon Drivers, and Twister Transit

Lobby Bar – An Irregular Irrelevance of FBT News and Views
Flying candy. It’s Jesse’s time of the month: what happened in Octobers throughout travel history? William Boeing was born on October 8 in 1888 and invented Pop Rocks some years later. Many don’t realize that it was through experimentation with the exploding candy that Boeing discovered that planes could be powered by food, although jet fuel turned out to be …