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Some Wise Words From An Electrical Contractor In Melbourne

I recently did some work for the body corporate at the Dock 5 Apartment Building in Docklands in Melbourne to see if we could install a small number of electric charging points for owners to charge their electric vehicles.
We had our first three applications and we discovered:

1. The building has no non- allocated parking spaces ie public ones. 
This is typical of most apartment buildings so we cannot provide shared outlets.
2. The power supply in the building was designed for the loads in the building with virtually no spare capacity. 
Only 5 or 6 chargers could be installed in total in a building with 188 apartments!!
3. How do you allocate them as they would add value to any apartment owning one.
The shit-fight started on day one with about 20 applications received 1st day and with many more following.

4. The car park sub-boards cannot carry the extra loads of even one charger and would have to be upgraded on any floors with a charger as would the supply mains to each sub board.

5. The main switch board would then have to be upgraded to add the heavier circuit breakers for the sub mains upgrade and furthermore:

6. When Docklands was designed a limit was put on the number of apartments in each precinct and the mains and transformers in the streets designed accordingly.
This means there is no capacity in the Docklands street grid for any significant quantity of car chargers in any building in the area.

7. It gets better. The whole CBD (Hoddle Grid, Docklands) and Southbank is fed by two sub stations. One in Port Melbourne and one in West Melbourne.

This was done to have two alternate feeds in case one failed or was down for maintenance.
Because of the growth in the city /Docklands and Southbank now neither one is capable of supplying the full requirement of Melbourne zone at peak usage in mid- summer if the other is out of action.

The Port Melbourne 66,000 volt feeder runs on 50 or 60 year old wooden power poles above ground along Dorcas Street South Melbourne.
One is pole is located 40 cm from the corner Kerb at the incredibly busy Ferrars /St Dorcas St Intersection and is very vulnerableto being wiped out by a wayward vehicle.

The infrastructure expenditure required would dwarf the NBN cost & that’s not including the new power stations required!
These advocates of electric vehicles by 2040 are completely bonkers! 
It takes 5-8 years to design and build a large coal fired power station like Loy Yang and even longer for a Nuclear one (That’s after you get the political will, permits and legislative changes needed). 
Wind and solar just can’t produce enough.
Tidal power might but that’s further away than nuclear.

MOST AUSTRALIANS DON’T UNDERSTAND THIS YET……………..!

It's just a greenies dream in the foreseeable future other than in small wealthy countries.
It will no doubt ultimately come but not in the next 20 years...
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Visual Airlines by Fleet Composition

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Visualizing Well-Known Airlines by Fleet Compositio

How many airplanes do the world’s major airlines utilize in their fleets, and which models do they prefer?

Some prefer newer planes, such as the Boeing 787 Dreamliner which came into service in the 2010s. Others prefer large planes, like the Airbus A380 , the world’s largest passenger aircraft. A few carriers, like Air France–KLM, opt for variety. The airline uses 16 different active models. This contrasts with Southwest Airlines, which utilizes a single model in its fleet.

This series of graphics visualizes some of the world’s most well-known airliners by fleet composition, using fleet data from Planespotters.net as of May 26, 2022.

How Many Planes Are in Airline Fleets?

Each plane in a fleet is tracked in meticulous detail, from its start of service date and age, to its registration number and current status.

Above we visualized the parent airline’s current fleets, which includes planes that are either in service or parked for future service. They do not include retired planes (the historic fleet) or future planes on order.

From conglomerates to flag carriers, here are some of the world’s most well-known airline fleets:

This infographic breaks down the airline fleets of major carriers.

U.S. based airlines were far and away the largest aircraft carriers, with American Airlines being the world’s largest airline by fleet size since 2019. Interestingly, Delta Airlines was the largest by revenue in 2020, despite a smaller fleet size.

Asia’s largest airline has been China Southern, in both fleet size, revenue, and passengers carried. Together with China Eastern and the flag carrier Air China, it is part of China’s “Big Three” airlines.

But smaller airlines aren’t any less important, or lucrative. The slightly smaller fleet size of International Airlines Group (IAG), which was formed from a merger between flag carriers British Airways and Iberia, includes planes that fly on the world’s highest grossing routes. They’re joined on the list by other smaller fleets including UAE airliner EmiratesSingapore Airlines (often ranked as the world’s best airline), and Air Canada.

Boeing, Airbus, and Other Aircraft Manufacturers

The story of airline fleets usually breaks down to the world’s largest aircraft manufacturers, Europe’s Airbus and America’s Boeing.

By outlasting key competitors and mergers in a difficult industry, the duopoly has solidified a grasp on the commercial aircraft sector. In 2019, they were estimated to control a combined 91% of the global commercial aircraft market.

Which manufacturers do the world’s popular airlines utilize? Here’s a breakdown of the same airlines from above, this time by manufacturer share:

Notably, European and Asian airlines have emerged as slightly bigger Airbus customers, while American carriers favor Boeing. There are also standouts, such as Southwest Airlines’ utilization of just one make, the Boeing 737.

And a few carriers used aircraft from other manufacturers as well. Brazil’s Embraer saw usage in IAG and Air France–KLM, making up 17% of the latter’s total fleet. Bombardier‘s CJR planes, formerly produced by the Canadian manufacturer but now owned by the Mitsubishi Aircraft Corporation, saw use by IAG, Air France–KLM, and Lufthansa. The Airbus A220 was also originally a Bombardier plane before being acquired by the European manufacturer in 2018.

China Southern Airlines was the only other airline to feature a different manufacturer’s plane in its active fleet, the ARJ21. Also known as the Xiangfeng (literally “soaring phoenix”), it was developed by Chinese state-owned manufacturer Comac and first introduced into service in 2016.

What Will Airlines Use in the Future?

Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Airbus was starting to outperform Boeing in market share.

In 2019, the worldwide grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX model after two crashes saw 387 active aircraft grounded and 1,200 canceled orders, a debacle that could go down as the most costly corporate blunder in history.

Soon after, Airbus took the global market share lead in new orders, with the Airbus A320 becoming the world’s highest selling family of aircraft in October 2019. But the COVID-19 pandemic quickly followed and severely impacted the entire aviation industry.

As countries, airliners, and manufacturers look to bounce back and recover, fleet compositions are sure to change in coming years.
















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Perth’s luxury residential property market is expected to continue strengthening over the coming year now the city has reopened to the world.

Knight Frank’s Wealth Report for 2022 shows Perth came in at number 31 on the Prime International Residential Index (PIRI 100) in 2021, which tracks movements in luxury prices across the world’s top residential markets.

An ultra-luxurious sub penthouse with four bedrooms, four bathrooms and three car bays is on the market for $4.5 million at The Towers at Ritz-Carlton in Elizabeth Quay.

An ultra-luxurious sub penthouse with four bedrooms, four bathrooms and three car bays is on the market for $4.5 million at The Towers at Ritz-Carlton in Elizabeth Quay.Credit:Domain

Perth edged out dozens of well-known international cities such as Monaco, Zurich and Athens.

Perth prime prices (properties that sold above $2 million) experienced 10.5 per cent growth, coming in behind Sydney, ranked 17 with 16.2 per cent growth, and Brisbane, which ranked 29 with 11.2 per cent growth. Melbourne came in at number 39, with 9.4 per cent growth.

As prices have risen in Perth, how much internal luxury floor space US$1 million can buy in the city has fallen below 100sqm to 98.4sqm, behind Melbourne at 84.3sqm and Sydney at 41.4sqm.

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On the City Wealth Index, which assesses where the wealthy prefer to live, spend time and invest, Perth was ranked 67, which was the last of all the cities in Australia, but an improvement from 2021 when it was ranked 74.

The number of ultra-high net worth individuals in Perth rose by 10.5 per cent in 2021, and is expected to grow by another 23 per cent by 2026 to reach 2,408 from the current 1,961.

Mack Hall of Mack Hall Real Estate said Perth’s luxury market was only just gearing up, with a forecast rise of 6 per cent over 2022.

“Now our borders have reopened to the world we have started to see greater visitor arrivals and more interstate and overseas investors looking for opportunities, which will equate to greater demand for luxury residential property,” he said.

“The wealthy are attracted to Perth due to the city’s relative affordability to east coast cities, especially for living near the water, as well as outstanding lifestyle, including its balmy climate.”

Knight Frank’s head of residential in Asia Pacific, Victoria Garrett, said Perth’s proximity to Asia was once again attracting wealthy people, particularly from south-east Asia.

“Our clients across South East Asia find the prime luxury price point in Perth attractive over other Australian cities, and it’s a short flight home and within the same time zone, making it easier to do business,” she said.

“Due to the Australian foreign investment framework, our non-resident clients are restricted to buying new homes and there simply hasn’t been enough built in Perth’s prestige locations in recent years.

“With more apartment projects earmarked with high-end luxury amenities, this will be attractive not only to international buyers but those domiciled in Perth as travel is again on the agenda – and they can easily lock up and leave.”

One of the suburbs set to capitalise from the ongoing growth in Perth’s prestige market is the riverfront locale of Applecross which has risen in value by 12.2 per cent in the year to March 2022.

The view of Perth from a home in Applecross.

The view of Perth from a home in Applecross. Credit:Domain

In 2011, the suburb recorded just three prime sales with an average sale price of $2.82 million.

But in 2021, Applecross recorded 33 prime sales with an average sale price of $3.68 million.

Mr Hall said the affluent suburb would continue to be highly sought after by buyers.

“Not only is it close to the CBD, with good connectivity to three world-class universities, top private schools and other amenities, but it is picturesque,” he said.

“Applecross attracts both local and international families, drawn to its combination of proximity to Perth’s urban action and quiet suburban allure.

“Houses in Applecross start from $2.4 million, putting it among the 10 highest-priced suburbs in Perth.”





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A $150 million tower in South Perth reaching a whopping 36-storeys high, with a small bar and apartment living, has been approved by the State’s planning commission.

The WA Planning Commission approved plans earlier this month by owner South Link Investments Pty Ltd to build a 36-storey tower reaching over 125m metres high, featuring a three-storey podium including a restaurant, office and small bar on the ground floor, as well as 175 apartments at 86 to 90 Mill Point Road.

An artist’s impression of the new tower.An artist’s impression of the new tower. Credit: Hassell Architects

The development will also include communal facilities including a gym, swimming pool, games room, theatre and outdoor entertaining area on the second level of the podium and Level 20.

The South Perth development spans three lots and currently is home to a temporary sales office.

Artist impression of sunset view of the tower from the Swan River foreshore.Artist impression of sunset view of the tower from the Swan River foreshore. Credit: Hassell Architects

The developer received 94 submissions during public consultation on the plans, including 10 in support, 69 against and 15 supportive if changes were made.

Submissions in support of the development referenced its design quality but a number of concerns were also raised including potential impacts of the proposed building height on the amenity of the area and traffic issues from its access arrangements.

Artist impression of the residential lobby in the tower.Artist impression of the residential lobby in the tower. Credit: Hassell Architects

The applicant considered the feedback and as a result, submitted revised plans in September last year.

According to a WAPC report, while the concerns raised in the public submissions could be “reasonable grounds” for refusal of the application, they had been “appropriately addressed” in the applicant’s revised plans and documentation.

“The proposed development presents a high quality architectural and landscape design outcome that achieves the desired outcomes and intent of the planning framework, contributes towards the preservation of the amenity of the locality, and is consistent with orderly and proper planning,” the report said.

Modern look: The entry statement to the tower.Modern look: The entry statement to the tower. Credit: Hassell Architects

The report said the City of South Perth was not in support of the development for reasons including inconsistency with the applicable planning framework but noted it was of a scale, form and design quality consistent with the vision of the South Perth Activity Centre Plan.

PTS Town Planning Pty Ltd’s Peter Simpson — who spoke on behalf of the owner — said the application for the mixed-use development was “consistent” with the recently approved activity centre plan and scheme amendment.

The report said the project represents about $273.3m of investment and would create about 1800 jobs throughout the construction phase and approximately 29 ongoing jobs.




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posted 27 Jun 2021, 20:36 by Happi Mess   [ updated 27 Jun 2021, 23:04 ]


Country’s radical plan to ‘live with covid’


A country that has been one of the world’s most successful at combating Covid-19 has announced it will soon fundamentally change how it manages the pandemic.




The city state of Singapore has stated covid will be treated like other endemic diseases such as flu.

There will be no goals of zero transmission. Quarantine will be dumped for travellers and close contact of cases will not have to isolate. It also plans to no longer announce daily case numbers.

But you may need to take tests to head to the shops or go to work.

Senior Singaporean ministers have said it is the “new normal” of “living with covid”.

“The bad news is that Covid-19 may never go away. The good news is that it is possible to live normally with it in our midst,” wrote Singapore’s trade Minister Gan Kim Yong, finance minister Lawrence Wong and health minister Ong Ye Kung said in an editorial in the Straits Times this week.

“It means that the virus will continue to mutate, and thereby survive in our community.”

Singapore never got to zero, now doesn't want to

Like most countries, Singapore had an initial peak of cases last year, topping out at 600 cases a day in mid-April. Following a smaller wave in August, Covid-19 hasn’t flared up since.

However, the nation of 5.7 million, slightly larger than Sydney, has had a steady undercurrent of around 20-30 cases every day. The nation has recorded 35 deaths in total.

Singapore has strict border controls in place with most countries including tests on arrival, hotel quarantine and stay at home orders.




It’s not dissimilar to Australia, but Singapore varies the demands on travellers depending on the risk in the location where they last visited.

But all that would be eventually done away with under the plan put out by ministers Kung, Yong and Wong who make up Singapore’s Covid-19 multi-ministry task force.

“Every year, many people catch the flu. The overwhelming majority recover without needing to be hospitalised, and with little or no medication. But a minority, especially the elderly and those with comorbidities, can get very ill, and some succumb.

“We can’t eradicate it, but we can turn the pandemic into something much less threatening, like influenza or chickenpox, and get on with our lives,” the trio said.


Vaccination first, then reduce restrictions

Vaccination was key. The road map out of the current measures couldn’t begin until more people had been jabbed.

Singapore is set to have given two-thirds of its residents at least one jab within weeks and to have two thirds fully vaccinated by early August.

Singapore has recorded some fully vaccinated locals getting Covid-19, but none of them have had serious symptoms.

The ministers state it’s likely that would continue and booster shots may be necessary.

Testing would also have to be easier and quicker. Self-administered tests, such as breathalysers, should replace the uncomfortable ear bud down the back of the throat method.

Singapore’s ‘new covid normal’

The ministers said Covid-19 could be “tamed” if not vanquished.

They laid out what they called “a new normal”.

“In time, the airport, seaport, office buildings, malls, hospitals and educational institutions can use these kits to screen staff and visitors.”

People with covid would recover at home because symptoms will mostly be mild and close contacts would be vaccinated.

Because most cases will be less of an issue, the need for contact tracing and quarantining will be low.

A big change would be to no longer report daily case numbers.

“Instead of monitoring Covid-19 infection numbers every day, we will focus on the outcomes: how many fall very sick, how many in the intensive care unit, how many need to be intubated for oxygen, and so on.

“This is like how we now monitor influenza.”

The ministers wrote in the Straits Times that this would be a way for Singapore to navigate its way out of Covid-19, resume major events and travel internationally.

The road map is in contrast to Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison, who has not detailed how international travel might return.


“Once you let it in, you can’t get it out. If we take the other steps that others are suggesting, we have to be comfortable with 5000 cases a day. I don‘t think Australians would be happy.”

Although he did add that Australia was watching highly vaccinated countries closely.

“The key figure going forward will be how many people are suffering serious illness, and that’s what we are watching closely in the United Kingdom.”

The Singaporean ministers said the country was by no means at a stage where the post-covid plan could commence. For the time being, current restrictions would have to remain in place.

Indeed, the country has just toughened entry to people from New South Wales due to the current Sydney outbreak.

But “a road map to transit to a new normal” was coming together.

“History has shown that every pandemic will run its course”.







Endemic Covid-19

The bad news is that Covid-19 may never go away. The good news is that it is possible to live normally with it in our midst. This means Covid-19 will very likely become endemic. But what does that mean?

It means that the virus will continue to mutate, and thereby survive in our community. One example of such an endemic disease is influenza. Every year, many people catch the flu. The overwhelming majority recover without needing to be hospitalised, and with little or no medication. But a minority, especially the elderly and those with co-morbidities, can get very ill, and some succumb.

In a large country, the number hospitalised from influenza can be huge. For example, in the United States, hundreds of thousands are hospitalised every year because of the flu, and tens of thousands die.

But because the chances of falling very ill from influenza are so low, people live with it. They carry on with their daily activities even during the flu season, taking simple precautions or getting an annual flu jab.

We can work towards a similar outcome for Covid-19. We can't eradicate it, but we can turn the pandemic into something much less threatening, like influenza, hand, foot and mouth disease, or chickenpox, and get on with our lives.

Doing so will be our priority in the coming months. We already have a broad plan.

Vaccination is key

First, vaccination. During his broadcast on May 31, the Prime Minister said we aimed to have two-thirds of our population take at least their first dose by early July. We are on track to achieve that target. Our next milestone will be to have at least two-thirds of our population fully vaccinated with two doses around National Day, supply permitting.

We are working to bring forward the delivery of vaccines and to speed up the process.

The evidence is clear: Vaccines are highly effective in reducing the risk of infection as well as transmission. Even if you are infected, vaccines will help prevent severe Covid-19 symptoms.

Israel's experience shows that the infection rate among vaccinated persons is 30 times less than that of the unvaccinated. The hospitalisation rate for the vaccinated is also lower - by 10 times.

In Singapore, of the 120 plus fully vaccinated individuals who were nevertheless infected with Covid-19, including some aged above 65 - and were not resident at hospitals or nursing homes - all had either no or mild symptoms. In contrast, about 8 per cent of the unvaccinated developed serious symptoms.

To sustain a high level of protection, and to defend against new mutant strains resistant to current vaccines, booster shots may be needed in the future. We may have to sustain a comprehensive, multi-year vaccination programme.


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Early evidence suggests that with vaccination, we can tame Covid-19. Again, the experience of Israel - which has vaccinated 60 per cent of its population, the highest vaccination rate in the world currently - is pertinent.

Across all age groups, the hospitalisation rate due to Covid-19 in Israel among those fully vaccinated is 0.3 per 100,000 persons daily, and the mortality rate is 0.1 per 100,000 persons.

In comparison, in 2018/19, the hospitalisation and mortality rates for influenza in the US were 0.4 and 0.03 per 100,000 persons daily, respectively. In a severe flu season, like in 2017/18, the rates were 0.67 and 0.05, respectively.

Essentially with a high rate of vaccination, Israel has brought the clinical outcomes of Covid-19 close to that of seasonal influenza in the US. These are very promising outcomes.

Testing will be easier

Second, testing and surveillance will still be needed, but the focus will be different. We would still need rigorous testing at our borders to identify any person carrying the virus, especially variants of concern.

Domestically, testing will be less of a tool for ring-fencing and quarantining people exposed to infected persons. Instead, it would be to ensure that events, social activities and overseas trips can take place safely; as well as to reduce transmission risks, especially to those who are vulnerable to infections.

We cannot rely only on the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test, which can be uncomfortable and takes many hours to produce results. We need to make Covid-19 testing fast and easy. We have rolled out antigen rapid tests, including self-tests, to polyclinics, private clinics, employers, premises owners and pharmacies.

There are even faster test kits in the pipeline, such as breathalysers, that take about one to two minutes to produce the results and do not involve swabbing. In time, the airport, seaport, office buildings, malls, hospitals and educational institutions can use these kits to screen staff and visitors.

There is also wastewater testing, which is useful to find out if there are hidden infections in dormitories, hostels or housing estates.



Treatments will improve

Third, scientists around the world are working on treatments for Covid-19. Today, we already have a range of effective treatments, which is one reason why Singapore's Covid-19 mortality rate is among the lowest in the world.

Eighteen months after the pandemic started, we now have many therapeutic agents that are effective in treating the critically ill, quickening recovery, and reducing disease progression, severity and mortality. The Ministry of Health tracks these developments closely, ensuring that we have adequate supplies of these drugs. Our medical researchers actively participate in the development of new treatments.

Social responsibility remains critical

Finally, whether we can live with Covid-19 depends also on Singaporeans' acceptance that Covid-19 will be endemic and our collective behaviour.

If all of us practise good personal hygiene, we are less likely to be infected. If all of us are considerate to one another, staying away from crowds when we feel unwell, we will reduce transmission. If all of us shoulder the burden together - workers keeping their colleagues safe by staying at home when ill, and employers not faulting them - our society will be so much safer.

Towards a new normal

With vaccination, testing, treatment and social responsibility, it may mean that in the near future, when someone gets Covid-19, our response can be very different from now.

The new norm can perhaps look like this:

First, an infected person can recover at home, because with vaccination the symptoms will be mostly mild. With others around the infected person also vaccinated, the risk of transmission will be low. We will worry less about the healthcare system being overwhelmed.

Second, there may not be a need to conduct massive contact tracing and quarantining of people each time we discover an infection. People can get themselves tested regularly using a variety of fast and easy tests. If positive, they can confirm with a PCR test and then isolate themselves.

Third, instead of monitoring Covid-19 infection numbers every day, we will focus on the outcomes: how many fall very sick, how many in the intensive care unit, how many need to be intubated for oxygen, and so on. This is like how we now monitor influenza.

Fourth, we can progressively ease our safe management rules and resume large gatherings as well at major events, like the National Day Parade or New Year Countdown. Businesses will have certainty that their operations will not be disrupted.

Fifth, we will be able to travel again, at least to countries that have also controlled the virus and turned it into an endemic norm. We will recognise each other's vaccination certificates. Travellers, especially those vaccinated, can get themselves tested before departure and be exempted from quarantine with a negative test upon arrival.

We are drawing up a road map to transit to this new normal, in tandem with the achievement of our vaccination milestones, though we know the battle against Covid-19 will continue to be fraught with uncertainty.

In the meantime, we still need to take the necessary precautions and safeguards, to keep infections and hospitalisations at bay.

History has shown that every pandemic will run its course. We must harness all our energy, resources and creativity to transit as quickly as we can to the desired end-state. Science and human ingenuity will eventually prevail over Covid-19. Cohesion and social consciousness will get us there faster. We must all do our part.








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A woman set up a GoFundMe page asking strangers to donate cash to pay off the £6.8 million mortgage on Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's California mansion.

Anastasia Hanson, 56, insisted her online crowdfunding campaign, titled ‘Harry and Meghan $5 Donation to Buy Home (£3.61)’, was not a joke, claiming she wanted to help the Sussexes, who are worth millions, through a "very rough time".

She was hoping to raise a staggering $10 million (£7.1 million) from strangers, but her fundraising page was removed after collecting only about £80.

Anastasia launched the campaign after Harry told Oprah Winfrey he had been "cut off financially" by his family after Megxit and he and Meghan were helped by his inheritance from his mum Princess Diana.

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It is said the couple's combined personal wealth could be close to £100 million after the value of their Los Angeles-area mansion, which has nine bedrooms and 16 bathrooms, nearly tripled within months.

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Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are said to have a net worth of some £100 million despite being "cut off financially" by the Royal Family.

During their bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey, the Sussexes accused Harry's family of failing to provide enough support and failing to understand their reasons for quitting their roles as senior royals.

The 36-year-old duke told Oprah that the couple had to strike lucrative deals with streaming giants Netflix and Spotify because his family "literally cut me off financially" after so-called Megxit.

The deals are helping to fund the family's lavish lifestyle in suburban Los Angeles, including their £10.5 million mansion in a private enclave for the rich and famous, and other things such as security, which the royals have refused to pay for.





Meghan Markle and Prince Harry claim they were "cut off" financially by the royals

The couple are said to have amassed a £100 million net worth thanks to the home's value soaring, their deals with tech giants, and the fortunes left to Harry by his mum Princess Diana and great-grandmother the Queen Mother, the Times reported.

Meghan, 39, Harry and son Archie, who turns two in May, moved into the hillside house in June last year, just three months after the couple said they were taking a step back from royal life to "become financially independent".

In February, it was announced that Harry and Meghan, who is pregnant with a girl and due to give birth in the summer, will not return as working members of the Royal Family and they had been stripped of their last remaining patronages.

Harry told Oprah that he felt "really let down" by his father Prince Charles, saying his dad had stopped taking his calls at one point and there was "a lot of hurt" in their relationship.



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The lines are legendary. The premise is ridiculous. You’ve probably even attempted the swing when nobody was looking on the driving range.

Tuesday, February 16, 2021, marks the 25th anniversary of the theatrical release of “Happy Gilmore,” the Adam Sandler movie about a failed hockey player who takes his talents to the golf course in order to save his grandmother’s house.

The comedy has undeniably become a part of golf’s culture. With that in mind, here are four interesting things you might not have known about the movie, which was directed by Dennis Dugan and filmed primarily in British Columbia.
Bob Barker wanted to fight

Although Bob Barker’s scene with Sandler has become legendary, he originally wasn’t in the producers’ plans. Instead, Sandler and others tried to woo Ed McMahon, Johnny Carson’s sidekick, for the role, but he never responded to inquiries.

When Bob Barker was later asked to come on board with the project, he agreed to do so with two stipulations — that writers would re-work the scene to allow Barker to beat Gilmore in a fight … and that the “Price is Right” star could shoot his own fight scenes rather than have a body double.

Barker had been training with his neighbor, Chuck Norris, and wanted to show off his skills.

“We trained every night,” Barker told Sandler while filming. “He helps me with my punches and my kicks, but I have to win this fight.”



Christopher McDonald played the role of Shooter McGavin.

Shooter’s time

Although Christopher McDonald has become synonymous with Shooter McGavin, he was not the first choice for the role. Producers were hoping that Kevin Costner would play the part but he was interested in making “Tin Cup.”

McDonald almost turned down the role of McGavin as well because he was trying to break of the stereotype of playing villains. After meeting Adam Sandler and realizing how funny the film would be, he agreed to the role. McDonald has since said it was one of the very best moves of his career.
Happy is a real person … sort of

According to multiple reports, Happy Gilmore was loosely based on a childhood friend of Sandler’s named Kyle McDonough. The two grew up in Manchester, New Hampshire, and would occasionally play golf, but McDonough’s driver was always the more impressive of the two. Sandler always attributed this to McDonough’s hockey knowledge.

McDonough never cracked the National Hockey League, but he did go on to play in the East Coast Hockey League, the British Hockey League, and a league in Norway. He remains friends with Sandler to this day.




Mark Lye was a consultant (and made a cameo)

Not only was Mark Lye the only PGA Tour player to have a line in the movie (Lee Trevino is shown shaking his head a few times), but he also served as the official script consultant on the film and helped make others better players.

In fact, McDonald for one, said he vastly improved under Lye’s tutelage.

“I mean I wasn’t a great golfer at the time,” McDonald told Forbes. “I got to be quite good during it because I had Mark Lye on my shoulder helping me with my swing and my all-around-game, course management as it were. But, my game got better [and] at the same time I had a lot of fun doing it and we’re all up in Canada shooting it up by Whistler and all kinds of great places.

“So it was a treat. And it’s generational now. So you got to love in an actor’s career to have a movie that basically people know you instantly from because it’s on a loop on television, which is great. People seem to like it from all ages. So I say more power to them.”





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A beautiful floating bridge at a scenic area in Enshi City, central China’s Hubei province has attracted many tourists. Its eye-catching view creates undulating waves as cars pass the bridge.

Measuring 500 meters long and 4.5 meters wide, the bridge was built along the winding river, twisting and turning through the scenic area, with a passenger volume of 10,000.

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Elon Musk 4 covid tests same day opposite results

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 ‘Two Came Back Negative, Two Came Back Positive.’


Elon Musk suspects something strange is brewing with the current spate of COVID tests. According to the eccentric billionaire, he took a test four times in one day and got two different results.

“Something extremely bogus is going on. Was tested for covid four times today. Two tests came back negative, two came back positive. Same machine, same test, same nurse. Rapid antigen test from BD,” Musk tweeted on Thursday.

Regarding whether false positives could be contributing to the major spike in cases, Musk said, “If it’s happening to me, it’s happening to others. I’m getting PCR tests from separate labs. Results will take about 24 hours.”

Musk had been skeptical of the pandemic in the past, and previously called the shelter-at-home orders imposed in some states in April “fascist




Something extremely bogus is going on. Was tested for covid four times today. Two tests came back negative, two came back positive. Same machine, same test, same nurse. Rapid antigen test from BD.

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the test decide is scaled up (zoom factor) to around 35% which detects almost anything including bacteria of flu

most all credible medical experts state the max scale up (zoom) should be 20% to 25% but thereafter its a false reading

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incredible amount of people showing positive (for most anything) 
the test does not confirm covid-19 only a contagion 

anyone that dies with a positive test is deemed covid death - which is fake

its not different than saying anyone that dies with alcohol in the blood regardless of the death is deemed alcohol death even if they have not had a drink of alcohol for a week

inspite of that fact that anyone that dies of anything but has a positive test for any contagion is a covid death. the covid death rate is only 1% and most other known expect death rates (flu and so on are much lower)

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21 Moments at Airports that caused a Stare



These photos have given us the opportunity to witness the most unusual, hilarious, and straight-up awkward happenings that go on day to day in airport terminals. 

Airports are full of people of all ages, from all walks of life, so it is no surprise that you get some pretty interesting characters traveling alongside you to your desired destination. 


As you look through, there will definitely be a couple of photos that really hit home and will make you realize that you are not alone in having unlucky moments in the airport. Even if these things are completely new to you, you will find a new appreciation for traveling.



Passenger Falcons

Messenger pigeons were thought to be a thing of the past, but it seems that these sneaky falcons thought up a genius way to make their journey easier and less strenuous by traveling on commercial airline.



Passenger Falcons

While that would be a hilarious story, what was actually happening was a Saudi Prince paying for his 80 falcons to travel between the United Arab Emirates. For an average person this would never be permitted, but the Prince used his status to get what he wanted.









Too Specific

This family wanted to think of a hilarious way to welcome the matriarch home in the most embarrassing way possible. As they waited for their mother and wife, they held up signs welcoming her back from prison!



Too Specific

As the mother walked through the gate to see her family holding the mortifying signs, she immediately turned the other way and pretended she didn’t know them. The signs got quite a few questionable looks from other passengers but the family will never forget the priceless look on their mom’s face.





Mommy & Mini-Me

There’s no better way to make light of a situation than to poke fun at yourself. That’s what this new mama did with her welcome home sign.



Mommy & Mini-Me

Pointing out the fact that she’s gained weight since having the baby (we think she looks great), inviting daddy to come to meet his mini-me. We’re sure daddy was happy to see his wife and newborn, and that nothing else really even matters!






Traveling Light

You find all sorts of people in the airport from all walks of life, and some of them can appear as something out of the ordinary. Interestingly, these two people were at Seattle airport, just weeks within each other, along with their huge, antique type writers.


Traveling Light

Not only are they completely impractical to travel with, they probably raised some eyebrows at security. Companies like Apple have come out with lightweight, small, state-of-the-art technology, so can someone please buy these people an iPad?!







What A Welcome

Of course, some welcome home signs can be incredibly awkward, while others are sweet and thoughtful. This husband wanted to welcome home his wife in the best way possible, so not only was he sweet, he paid her a huge compliment that probably resulted in quite a few blushes.


What A Welcome

Picking her up dressed as a limo driver and writing “Smokin Hot Italian Chick,” earned him quite a few looks, but it was certainly worth it. He probably got big brownie points.





Mom Off Duty

By the look of this young one’s face, Dad couldn’t have gotten home at a better time. This humorous sign is one of our favorites, it’s sweet and lighthearted while managing to pick fun at Dad (and Mom). We’re wondering how long Dad was away for Mom to have quit two weeks prior!


Mom Off Duty

Such a sweet gesture, we’re sad we didn’t get to see Dad’s reaction to their “Welcome Back” sign. We hope Mom managed to gain her strength back, but if not, Dad’s back!







Random Security Checks

If you frequent the airport a lot, then you know there is no avoiding a random security check.


Random Security Checks

However, being help up and having to pose for the x-ray machines isn’t always to peak of a traveller’s airport experience. At least this woman is taking her scan with a smile.







Getting Handsy

Awkward moment #100108338 at the airport. Obviously, this security guard was just doing her job, but it seems like her handsy manoeuvre was caught at the exact right time.


Getting Handsy

We can’t help but wonder if she knew cameras were rolling when this routine security check went down.







Adjusting

Being at the airport means adjusting. Adjusting to the rules, adjusting to delays, adjusting to time differences, or adjusting into a confortable position on a long layover.



Adjusting

Sometimes it’s too hot, sometimes too cool so you need to travel prepared. No matter the situation, you may find yourself having to adjust to all kinds of bizarre circumstances.







Do You Mean Duty?

We’re guessing that this man of duty couldn’t have asked for a better welcome home sign. These two lovebirds look so happy to see each other we’d be surprised if he even read the sign.


Do You Mean Duty?

As the two embrace in each other’s arms, the world disappears behind them. We’re happy this guy got home safe, and that his girl was waiting for him. A sweet welcome home, and we’re happy we got to be a part of it, even if it’s only through the internet.






Lay-under

When your flight’s delayed you need to find the perfect place to make yourself comfortable, which is not the easiest of things.


Lay-under

This woman thought outside of the box and was smart enough the maneuver herself under the armrests. You’d have to be a certain size to make this one work!







Welcome Aboard

This just does not seem like a practical place for the pilot to sit. Of all people, she should know the dangers of getting too close to the door, whether it’s open or shut.


Welcome Aboard

Whatever the case may be in this photo, we know for sure that one lucky passenger must have had the honor or getting the pic in the first place. Hopefully she got around to serving drinks after that.






Place All Cuddly Objects In A Bin

What is worse than traveling with a child? Traveling with a small baby. They are unpredictable and can cry at any time, and must be lugged around in a stroller.


Place All Cuddly Objects In A Bin

When this mother was asked to take her shoes off by TSA, she had to put her baby down somewhere while she did so. Let’s just hope the baby was not put through the X-ray machine, as that wouldn’t be a good situation for anyone.





Flying To See Jenny

At the Nashville International Airport, travelers were in for a treat when they spotted Forrest Gump at the airport. Even the Nike sneakers and haircut resembled the famous film character.


Flying To See Jenny

While there is no information where he was going or what he was doing, we’d like to think he was traveling to see his own Jenny. In any case, if the Forrest lookalike was about to miss his flight, other passengers could just start shouting “run, Forrest! Run!”






When You Think No One Is Watching

Traveller’s beware. Someone is always watching. Be it the security cameras, undercover security guards, or just random travellers navigating their way through the airport.


When You Think No One Is Watching

So if you’re going to strike a pose like this lady did, just know that your moment could be caught on camera. She was probably just very excited to get where she was going.






Choking Up

We have seen some embarrassing welcome home signs, but this has to be one of the most mortifying. Mokie was in for a shocking surprise when he walked out of the gate. His friends found the most embarrassing photo, choking on some food and decided to blow it up huge and hold it for the whole airport to see.


Choking Up

We hope he saw the funny side of it and wasn’t chewing anything as he walked off the flight in the case this face would happen again.








Proposed Itinerary

You can’t help but smile when you see a couple getting engaged in public. Anyone who has experienced that moment will remember the shock and overall excitement that comes with being asked to spend your life with the one.


Proposed Itinerary

This man chose to propose when his partner returned from a trip, straight as she walked out of the gate. Everyone in the background couldn’t contain their excitement for the adorable couple, and most importantly, she said yes!




Doodie Free

The vast majority of airports are not dog-friendly, but the small percentage of them that do, make plenty of allowances for man’s best friends. No matter how well-trained your dog is, they have needs just like the rest of us.


Doodie Free

This San Diego airport decided to assign a special “pet relief” area, so your pet can go about its business in peace and without nasty looks from appalled passengers. Think about it, it’s also a great place to hang around with cute puppies while waiting around.







Never a Dull Moment

There’s never a dull moment at the airport. Whether you’re rushing to your gate or waiting in line for baggage drop off, the airport is simply full of sights.


Never a Dull Moment

Frequent flyers are probably accustomed to seeing certain faces stand out, as they rush to reach their flight. The images below clearly represent exactly that.






Baby On Board

We love a good wordplay and in this case, “songplay”. We couldn’t think of a better “Welcome Home” sign for a baby to greet her daddy with. By the look of Harper’s face, someone seems a bit surprised, and we’re hoping it’s not her father.

Baby 

On Board

This sign was a thoughtfully planned out one, and we really appreciate it. Let’s just say, if we’re going to greet someone with a baby, we might steal this idea.







Checked In

Traveling can be increasingly tiresome, there is just so much you can do in an airport before you start going stir crazy.


Checked In

Unless you’re a child and it’s acceptable to play hide and go seek, the reality is that you will probably be sitting on your phone or laptop for the next few hours before boarding your flight. However, this girl decided to bring back the planking craze of 2010 and take a ride along the luggage conveyer belt.








Well, That’s Reassuring

Taking off from Vnukovo International Airport in Moscow is not the most calming experience, as you are greeted with the remains of Dagestan Airlines Flight 37. The plane had an engine failure and went down shortly after taking off, but the emergency landing was botched and the plane broke into three pieces.


Well, That’s Reassuring

There were two deaths as a result of the crash and they decided to leave the remains of the plane to be used in the pilots trial.







Yogie

Sitting on planes for hours on end can really take its toll on your body. Many experts recommend keeping your body moving on a plane and getting your circulation going, through small exercise.


Yogie

However, in many cases, all you want to do is completely stretch out, but there just isn’t the space to do that on a plane. Therefore, this yoga enthusiast took advantage of his time in the airport and decided to go through his routine in public.







We Talked About This

Selfies have become all the rage in recent years to the point that it was named Oxford Dictionary’s word of 2013. This woman decided to publicly shame her partner for his narcissistic obsession with constant selfies. He even went so far to get the best gadgets out there for good angles.


We Talked About This

However, when his girlfriend, Britney, found his selfie stick, it was truly the last straw and she just couldn’t take the embarrassment anymore. Hope you had a good flight, Simon!






Alternative Seating

We have seen people sleeping in very strange positions in the airport, but this has to be one of the most unusual.


Alternative Seating

Admittedly, it can be very hard to get comfortable in a sleeping position while waiting for your flight, so this man decided to use his suitcase as a back rest and the seat for holding his lower half. It might look very uncomfortable, but he looks to be fast asleep, so maybe it isn’t as bad as it looks?!






Many Hands Make Flight Work

Without a back story, this photo is just cruel, discriminative slave-labor, but then when you find out what it is for, you can breathe a sigh of relief and laugh.


Many Hands Make Flight Work

This photo was taken during the filming of Man Vs. Beast, to figure out if an elephant or 44 little people could pull an airplane quicker. We’re sad that the elephant had no choice but to do it, but of course he was stronger than the humans.






The Grinch Of The Airport

There are plenty of things which are totally understandable to ban from taking on the aircraft for your safety and the safety of everyone else. However, many people began scratching their heads when TSA were the Grinch over the holiday season and banned people from taking snow globes on the plane.


The Grinch Of The Airport

The reason was that the liquid might be switched with an explosive chemical. In addition Bangkok banned the Thai and Malaysian native fruit Durians for their bad odor.







Not Taking Any Chances

Planes can be hotbeds for the distribution of germs and illnesses and for germ-o-phobes, it can be too much to handle. This man was clearly one of those people and in addition, he used every tool possible to block out smells, noise and light.


Not Taking Any Chances

It might look a bit bizarre and we feel for the other passengers sitting next to him as that is an awkward moment when they need to get past him to go to the bathroom.







In Plane View

“Do it for the Insta” is a saying which has people doing crazy things to get more followers and more attention on their social media. This Brazilian pilot, Daniel Centeno has garnered over 70,000 Instagram followers due to his plane selfies that only the most fearless of people would take.


In Plane View

This selfie was taken above the famous Palm in Dubai but many questioned the validity of them. It turned out that they were photoshopped and everyone died a little inside.







I Saw The Sign… And It Was Illegible

Nothing is cuter than having your little girl come and welcome you home from the airport. The sheer excitement toddlers get when they are reunited with a parent is heartwarming for anyone to see. When this six-year-old wanted to greet her grandparents at the airport, she insisted on making a sign for them.


I Saw The Sign… And It Was Illegible

Despite all of her hard work, the sign was completely illegible, but she looked proud nonetheless. Hey, it’s the thought that counts.








Drawing The Line

When you leave important documents in the way of your young children, it should be expected they are going to do something to it. This man probably should have hidden away his passport from his kids, who decided to practice their best artwork on it.


Drawing The Line

The biggest problem of all was the fact that the family were on vacation and border control wouldn’t accept the passport. The man had to go back to the embassy and this kid probably got one big scolding.






One More

Some jobs at the airport can be rather mundane, but there is much room for making them creative and exciting. This baggage handler decided to do exactly that and channel his inner Tetris maestro to create the most incredible luggage tower in airport history.



One More

While we wish that was the honest truth, the reality is that these are art sculptures placed in an airport and molded together carefully. It’s still pretty cool and leaves you thinking about how it was made.






Good To Keep In Mind

There are some signs that you see in airports around the world, but this one is very rare. The sign can be found at St. Maarten’s Princess Juliana Airport in New Zealand, and is genuine in warning travelers to stay away from the runway, which is situated much too close to the parking lot.


Good To Keep In Mind

Not only is this a huge safety hazard, but this also gives New Zealand a bad reputation for their airport safety.







K-911

You may not have thought twice about it, but many airports are at risk of wild animals running across the runway which would cause a huge safety incident. Plenty of airports have overcome this issue by creating traps to shoo the animals away from the danger that is all around them, but Cherry Capital Airport in Michigan went for a different method.


K-911

They decided to hire a Border Collie named Piper who runs around the airport perimeter, chasing animals away and keeping all passengers and airlines safe.






Runway Traffic

Looking at this picture would have anyone having a panic attack, whether you are afraid of flying or not. This is breaching airline safety on so many levels and an astronomical collision is pretty sure to happen. Luckily, this is just a photoshopped image by photographer Mike Kelley.


Runway Traffic

He named it “Wake Turbulence,” and it depicts all the flights departing from LAX, Los Angeles’ international airport. It was made up of 400 individual images and then doctored together.






One-Way To Antarctica

While this looks like something out of a movie, it is completely real. Sadly, these Humboldt penguins were threatened by poachers, but through the quick and successful work of penguin conservationists, they were able to transport them back to their native habitat, an island off of Port Elizabeth, South Africa.


One-Way To Antarctica

However, transporting penguins is not as easy as you’d think and the most logical way to travel with them was by taking them on a commercial airline.






Run(a)way Bear

The majority of airports would never see such an incredible sight, but for those countries that are used to extreme temperatures and conditions, occurrences like this are more common than you would imagine. This photo was taken at an Alaskan airport and the area is home to plenty of polar bears.


Run(a)way Bear

Although the beautiful, yet dangerous animals, spend much of their lives in cold waters, when they appear, it seems like they enjoy wandering amongst the planes.








Always Log Out

If you leave your phone in an airport, chances are it’s gone for good and there’s no turning back. However, in Newcastle International Airport, these airport workers decided to have some fun when a passenger left their phone behind by posting a funny selfie on her Facebook page.



Always Log Out

Geordie’s don’t tend to have the best reputation, but these two men were able to change many of the perceptions about the strong-accented northerners. We’re sure Jasmine wouldn’t forget this one.







Air-obics

For the most part, millennials are constantly glued to their phones or technology while on-the-go or stationary, so when young people are engaging in the moment and making use out of their free time, it is refreshing to see.


Air-obics

These guys decided to take activities in the airport to new levels when they decided to perform some circus activities to the delight of other passengers. Although no precautions were taken, both guys got away with no bruises or scratches.









Present Claim

Traveling can always be hectic and everyone knows that nerve-wracking moment when you stand by the luggage conveyor belt, hoping that your luggage isn’t lost and you can go home without a hitch.


Present Claim

However when Spainair landed on Christmas Eve, they decided to give their passengers a wonderful parting gift and give out presents on the luggage conveyor. Everyone was surprised and got a thoughtful gift, all age-appropriate of course, it was truly a Christmas to remember.







Is This The Cockpit?

This just does not seem like a practical place for the pilot to sit. Of all people, she should know the dangers of getting to0 close to the door, whether it’s on or off. However, there is a story behind this one as the pilot is Swedish Maria Pettersson, who often combines her love of flying and yoga.


Is This The Cockpit?

The pilot often posts pictures of herself doing yoga around the aircraft, which has garnered plenty of attention on Instagram.







Powerful Beach Breeze

If you haven’t heard of it already, you have now. Maho Beach on Saint Martin in the Caribbean is not only famous for it’s turquoise blue waters and beautiful beaches, but it is most commonly known for its terrifying runway.


Powerful Beach Breeze

One of the beaches on the island is death-defyingly close to the runway, leading planes to drop down extremely close to beach revelers. It can be very unsafe and people often find themselves ducking down, but not before they take a selfie.






You Shall Not Pass

Hands down, one of the worst things in an airport is slow walkers. This grandma was letting no one pass her when she disembarked the plane at her own pace.


You Shall Not Pass

Her face says it all, she did not want to be rushed, and she was so unbothered, she decided to stand in the middle and take no prisoners on her snail pace journey to passport control. Luckily, everyone saw the funny side of the situation, judging by their faces.






Sleeping Buddy

When your flight is delayed and you are absolutely exhausted from traveling, the only thing to do in an airport is look for a comfortable place to sleep. For single travelers they seem to be open to sleeping pretty much anywhere, but when you are traveling with a partner, finding somewhere can be more tricky.


Sleeping Buddy

However, this woman took advantage of her partner and decided to sleep across his lap. All the boyfriend could do was take it, so he decided to rest on her too.









Nunderneath The Robes

Sometimes you just have to wonder if TSA are going overboard with their jobs. Of course, it is important to check passengers thoroughly for any weapons or chemicals they may be carrying, but some people are much less suspicious than others.


Nunderneath The Robes

Why this nun was asked for extra checks we don’t know, she probably just wants to go on her pilgrimage in peace without any hassle. We hope this was the last of the troubles this nun was put through on her travels.









Accurate Signs

Lets be honest, the lines in airport bathrooms can be painfully long and extremely inconvenient when you are absolutely desperate to go. This sign in a Chinese airport could not have been more accurate when giving directions as to where the toilets were located.


Accurate Signs

It’s as if they were already letting you know that you need to prepare to cross your legs and wait in very long lines. Maybe invest in more bathrooms rather than making these huge signs?









Overweight Luggage

When you are going on an exciting vacation, there are numerous times that friends and family will ask “can I come in your suitcase?” While this is supposed to be a joke, one man took it very seriously and packed himself into his friends suitcase.


Overweight Luggage

Firstly, this looks like a very uncomfortable position, secondly, there is no way he would pass through security and thirdly, he is lucky he didn’t go to jail. We would advise to just buy a plane ticket instead.









Make Yourself At Home

Seeing people laying around on the floor in an airport might be slightly bizarre to look at, but it is actually very common. Between flight cancellations and delays, seats in the airport can be hard to come by, so in many cases, you need to improvise.


Make Yourself At Home

This one looks particularly awkward because the sleeping man is laying in the middle of check-in while others are standing normally around him. Maybe try and find a quiet corner next time?









Rolly Davidson

When your taxi cancels your trip to the airport, everything becomes a panic and you just don’t want to miss your flight. These guys decided to come up with another option when they couldn’t get an Uber, and used a motorbike to transport the traveler and his luggage to the airport.


Rolly Davidson

This hilarious idea seems genius in planning but is disastrous in practice. There’s no way that bag made it to the airport in one piece and they probably had to hail a rescue taxi on the highway.









Red Light, Green Light

We’re not even sure how this runway was given the green light to be built because is absolutely lethal. The runway is situated in Gibralter international airport and cars are forced to stop at the light while planes are given the go ahead for a safe landing.


Red Light, Green Light

When the barriers are not down, cars are free to pass through and it incredibly dangerous for everyone in the case a plane needs to do an emergency landing, they have to wait for a free road.








Multipurpose Luggage

This girl represents everyone’s mood at an airport. Between the constant waiting in lines for luggage, passport checks or security, it is a long and draining process, and in many cases you are forced to stand for hours on end. In addition, delays make the airport experience ten times worse.


Multipurpose Luggage

What this girl did was pretty genius if you ask us. Not only was she able to take a nap, her father would be able to transport her to the plane while she was snoozing.










It’s Personal

We’ve all had moment when we have either forgotten what our luggage looks like when coming around the luggage conveyer, or for those more foolish, forgotten our bags altogether.

It’s 

Personal

This man was a culprit of both of those things and to ensure that he did not have yet another incident with his luggage, his friends gifted him with a bag with his face printed on it. Let’s hope he never forgot about it again, as that is just too much.







Shining Armor

While this looks like a complete joke, it was not. How many times have you been in an airport where they have these gimmick stands for shoe shining and walk past it thinking who has the time to sit there and do that, or better yet, who would pay for that?


Shining Armor

Well, it turns out that the figures in need of a shoe polish were in town for Comic-Con and their outfits needed to be glistening to look their best.







Delayed Maturity

Most people go for the generic welcome home signs when greeting a friend or family member back from a trip, but others get creative. Let’s be honest, we’ve all been there when there is no food in the house and its just incredibly frustrating that your mom isn’t there to restock the fridge.


Delayed Maturity

This son decided to take this concept and run with it by showing up at the airport in a penguin onesie along with a sign signaling which food was finished in the house.









Time Limits

This sign is situated at the city of Aalborg in Denmark’s airport. At many airports, the stewards are incredibly aggressive when it comes to cars blocking up the space in the roadside check-in line as they say goodbye to their loved ones.


Time Limits

However, Denmark thought of a way round this and designated a “Kiss and Goodbye” area to cherish those last few moments with your loved one before their travels. Nonetheless, they did decided to cut off the smooch session at 3 minutes.








Heel!

Traveling can be stressful enough as it is, so imagine doing it with young children. Between making sure all of your children are accounted for and keeping them calm is a huge challenge in itself.


Heel!

That scene from Home Alone 2 when Kevin gets on the plane to New York City alone is a prime example of why parents should watch their children like hawks. This mother decided to stop her kids from running off by putting them on leashes, but it didn’t look too useful in practice.










Terminally Grounded

There are some natural disasters that no one can prevent from happening and the effect is huge for natives of that place. These people were trying to get back to their home in Asia, but bad flying conditions were preventing them from getting home, so they were stranded at the airport for days with no flights on the horizon.

Terminally Grounded

However, they decided to be incredibly resourceful and use cardboard boxes as makeshift beds. Despite looking like homeless people, it worked!








Organized Security

Airports are said to have the tightest security of any official establishment. History shows that airports and planes are targets for terrorism and passengers don’t want to find any reason to question the safety of air travel.


Organized Security

Therefore, when someone spotted that a security officer was playing a game of solitaire on the computer instead of checking passports and profiles, it caused quite the uproar. This is one time that you really shouldn’t be procrastinating at work!







Sparking An Idea

Having no phone battery at the airport can honestly be a complete travesty. Not being able to pass the long waiting hours by texting your friends and scrolling through social media is one of the worst things. At many airports they have introduced charging stations that charge you, but is this really fair?



Sparking An Idea

One traveler was outraged at the concept of being charged so thought outside the box and plugged his phone into the outlet the machine was using!









Check Your Lightsabers At The Counter

When a new Star Wars movie comes out, the die-hard fans need to prep and plan accordingly for what might be the most monumental moment of their year. These fans decided to coordinate before the release of The Last Jedi to ensure they experienced it all together.


Check Your Lightsabers At The Counter

When the Stormtrooper’s friend, Darth Vader arrived at Denver airport, they greeted him by playing the “Imperial March” out loud and celebrated his arrival at the gate while onlookers couldn’t help but laugh.









A Warm Welcome

The smug look on this guy’s face is confusing. We can’t really tell if he’s upset or goofing around, but this sign is hilarious. “The guy who knocked up my sister” seems like an awkward greeting to what we’re guessing is his brother-in-law.


Warm Welcome

He looks like he came to the airport and casually waited for his sister’s partner. We’re hoping that this guy wasn’t the one breaking the news that they’re expecting to whoever he was picking.









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