>Two hours after the plane landed to refuel in Pittsburgh, we remain on
the tarmac. The best part is that the ground crew at this airport is
gone for the day, so we can't even get off the plane for the night.
Actually, that may be for the best, since sleeping over here is likely
to prevent me from getting to my job interview tomorrow morning at
all. Assuming I do get home at some point in the wee hours of the
night/morning, I can probably get by on adrenaline, even if I look
like a zombie.

This is much less fun than my six hour Greyhound adventure last
Tuesday. The flight attendants are nice, but the pilots sure don't
have Jennifer's sense of humor. Also, sitting on the ground at the
airport does not allow for much sightseeing. Bah!

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