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    • Walking is much more tolerable than waiting still
      TurdIe 3 aug
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    • As long as the illusion of progress is maintained, people won’t complain
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    • Not actually a bad solution since it still addresses the complaint
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    • So damn smart
      joeygsi 2 aug
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    • After you get off a flight, the last thing you wanna do is stand and wait. Honestly walking sounds so much better
      tweb 3 aug
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    • Hmmm sounds like military logic
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    • "complain again and we'll add stairs"
      sewd1289 3 aug
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    • This is similar logic to why I take back roads that are traffic free but double the length of my commute than sit in stop and go traffic before/after work. As long as I’m moving I don’t really notice how long it takes.
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    • The most painful feeling is seeing everyone from the same flight leaving with their luggage while you're still waiting for your one and only suitcase
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    • That's nice and all, but it still doesn't fix the problems with the TSA.
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    • A hotel looked into hiring and engineering firm to deal with the complaints of long elevator rides. The 1st one suggested a faster elevator. The 2nd one suggested a bigger elevator. The 3rd one suggested to install mirrors so people can inspect themselves to pass time.
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    • As a Houstonian yeah, its like across the ducking airport
      Ankari 3 aug
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    • HoesMad_ 3 aug
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    • Airport are fucking stupid
      Link 3 aug
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    • You don’t just move baggage claim
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    • Capitalism at its finest. Why improve the product when you can create another problem to sell to make current problem not so bad?
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    • They're Texans. What'd you expect.
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    • Houston problems require Houston solutions
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    • I'd say they should do that at Laguardia but the baggage claim would have to be in fuckin oklahoma
      brogley 3 aug
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    • It’s a fucking brilliant move tbh
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    • Most airports are designed like this. If the arriving gate is further away from baggage claim they’ll delay the bags slightly so they’re not released onto the carrousel before the passengers arrive (yes baggage theft is a real thing, I used to work at an airport and I witnessed it several times)
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    • I used to do that at my restaurant when guests would ask me if I could turn the music down or turn the AC on. “Of course, please allow a few minutes and I’ll check back in on you to make sure everything is alright” Dick off for a few minutes, come back, “is that better perhaps?” “Absolutely! Thanks”
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    • But the people who put the bags there have to go there longer too
      SergeyT 3 aug
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    • As a local Houstonian and frequent user of the George Bush Intercontinental Airport, I can confirm this to be true I’ve started carrying a little skateboard to get around faster.
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    • honestly i would rather walk than stand still
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    • as somebody that literally took a flight out to Houston 5 days ago, i can confirm the walk is long, as far as this “change” no fuckin clue
      Dachi 5 aug
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    • i live in houston and it takes a ridiculous amount of time. like easily an hour
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    • I'm pretty sure lots of airports do this. I've been to alot of places and some sucked but it's amazing when they do this
      Bakubroz 4 aug
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    • Was just there
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    • Remember no Russian
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    • Most major airports did this. Also FYI if you don’t have to do not check a bag take a carry on instead. You can usually fit a weeks worth of clothes in one if you know what you are doing
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    • hey ive been to that airport many times
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    • Ok thats clever as fuck
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    • Was walking somewhere with a friend once and the bus would drop us right off at our destination. I kept saying let's wait for the bus and she said "no, let's walk. We'll pass by a lot of bus stops on the way there, we'll just get on when the bus gets to us." And I told her that makes no sense cuz
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    • Which Houston airport? Gotta specify
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    • Remember kids, modern business isn't based on solving problems, it's about creating them and selling you the solution
      Poker454 3 aug
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    • Which Houston airport?
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    • nothing like grinding on that in tony hawks pro skater 3 on ps2 back in the day before we knew life was depressing
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    • This way instead of you spending time waiting you spend it walking so its actually pretty smart
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    • Well there’s only so fast they can offload luggage off a plane then they fill a cart and drive that cart to the belt to offload so people can pick it up. Its not like the plane vomits the luggage out and the guys just stand around with it on the ground. People be dumb man
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    • That would probably cost a lot of money for them to move baggage claim
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    • I am from Houston and it’s a 30min walk on average.
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    • Same in Denver. Baggage claim is another fucking zip code
      WROUGHT 3 aug
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    • So that’s why airport baggage claims are to damn far away
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    • The amount of baggage my ex had would’ve still been coming for hours after we arrived
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    • They learned this from In N Out & Chick Fil A, they know their lines are stupid long so they make their drive through a fucking maze
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    • Is everyone in Texas just a little piss boy?
      B_Ripz 4 aug
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    • Worst airport
      odixon10 3 aug
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    • Houston: yea we dont give a fuck about your luggage
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    • What if instead of off loading each luggage individually they have little baskets that could be moved easily
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    • It's true, just went through the airport last week, going back home this weekend
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    • Fucked up if true
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    • lnsert 6 aug
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    • Welp
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    • Which Houston airport? Bush or Hobby?
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    • This is like what the devil does in hell when you die and go to hell you get a number and you start waiting in line. Once you reach the beginning of the line which is like billions of people. You go through a door and then you pick a number and you're at the back of the line again
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    • Is this at Hobby or bush?
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    • Learn to fly with only carry on and you’ll never have this issue.
      Fukitt 6 aug
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    • It also smells terrible
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    • Eait thats why the fucking walk over there is so damn long
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    • Fuck Texas
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    • Carry on you pheasants
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    • Houston airport is fucking enormous. you essentially walk 2 miles from some gates.
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    • Been there many times for the course of many years, it’s really not far at all and I’ve never had problems with wait times. They’ve also never moved the baggage claim. Pretty sure this is bullshit.
      aabanm 6 aug
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    • Phoenix must have taken the same strategy.
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    • The real question is, was it hobby or bush that did it?
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    • I went to Houston and yeah it's across the damn thing
      brjridi 5 aug
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    • I mean. At least I’m doing something.
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    • Houston airport can eat my ass that place is a hell hole
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    • JIT production
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    • Confused tf out of me when I got here
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    • I’ve traveled to the HIA and that’s true. You have to walk like a kilometer to get to retrieve your luggage
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    • We Texans know a thing or two
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    • Farther instead of further.
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    • Bro that explains so much I hate how long some of the stretches are at Bush Intercontinental my grandma had a walker and we always had to get there like 4 hours early so we could find someone with one of those carts to drive us around. Never had that problem at Orlando or Pittsburgh
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    • That explains why comin back from Orlando 2 years ago felt like a work out
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    • Yeah you walk so fucking far it’s ridiculous
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    • The TSA has never caught a terrorist
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    • As someone who goes to that airport alot, I can confirm
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    • People hate doing nothing. If they can busy themselves, they get antsy less
      luinkman 5 aug
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    • Yo I actually went on my first flight ever in my life last week, on my way back the baggage claim was pretty bad. This lady kept picking up luggage that wasnt her and throwing it back on the line. Like damn chick some people might have fragile stuff in there chill
      Ziiro 5 aug
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    • I'm literally at this airport when I read this and it explains why they are a distance away
      Ohrene 5 aug
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    • Still complaining? I'LL FUCKING MOVE IT AGAIN.
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    • People are so damn impatient
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    • I'm surprised they did anything. If you complain at O'Hare they'll probably light your bags on fire in front of you
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    • if i have to wait for the bus for long I'll walk back to an earlier stop on the route, wasting time and making time, hells yeah
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    • Still not as bad as Corpus security check line.
      BtStig 5 aug
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    • I fucking hate the Houston airport
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    • I don’t know when this happened but 2 years ago it wasn’t that bad of a wait, it was about 10min after the walk
      OkXoomer 5 aug
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    • *puts a picture of a random airport* *makes up fake stats*
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    • True i live in Houston
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    • Um motherfucker when? It's like 200m maybe
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    • wow back to back same reaction images
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    • Airline unions ruined a beautiful industry
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    • One mo a yall bitches and we putting in a maze.
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    • I live in Houston, I pretty good cause I now wait about 5-8 minutes for my luggage
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    • Honestly? I’d rather walk a bit and find my bag waiting on the carousel somewhere, instead of having to wait for it.
      Javert 4 aug
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