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when flights attendants were asked whether they would rather work the first-class cabin with its handful of passengers, or deal with the mobs in coach, most of them voted with their feet and chose to work coach http://nypost.com/2017/02/21/why-flight-attendants-prefer-to-work-in-economy-over-first-class/
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-mcilroy faced withering criticism on the twitterzone from people who thought that simply playing golf with the president could be viewed as some kind of endorsement of trump and his policies http://www.msn.com/en-us/sports/golf/rory-mcilroy-faces-backlash-after-playing-golf-with-donald-trump/ar-aanaopd?li=bbnba9i
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the university of edinburgh did an interesting study that confirms what should be obvious — people in their teenage years are a lot different from those same people as geriatrics https://sciencealert.com/you-re-a-completely-different-person-at-14-and-77-years-old-personality-study-suggests
the university of edinburgh results, for example, rely on teacher assessments of the 14-year-olds — it’s not hard to imagine that your gym teacher might have a different take on self-confidence than your english teacher, for example —  and the 77-year-olds rated themselves and identified a close friend or family member to complete the survey https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/pmc5144810/
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webner house the webner family's blog search main menu skip to primary content skip to secondary content homeabout post navigation ← older posts first-class jerks posted on february 22, 2017 by webnerbob reply here’s an interesting finding:  when flights attendants were asked whether they would rather work the first-class cabin with its handful of passengers, or deal with the mobs in coach, most of them voted with their feet and chose to work coach. why?  because the first-class cabin is filled with a bunch of demanding prima donnas, whereas coach is filled with the humble salt of the earth — people who, accustomed as they are to being crammed into uncomfortable seats with insufficient leg room, are happy as hell when the attendant simply flips a packet of peanuts their way and gives them a glass of soda with too many ice cubes. this squares with my years of personal experience.  i think i have flown first-class precisely once, when i had to get somewhere and the first-class seat was the last one available.  other than that, i’m a coach guy who simply can’t justify the expense of first-class airfare.  so i skulk through the first-class cabin as they sip their champagne, munch on free cheese and grapes, and talk way too loud on their cell phones, like they’re the only passengers on the plane.  given my brief, unpleasant exposure to them, i’m not surprised that — with the obvious exception of the scotsman, who flies first class because he has booked every plane trip on delta since reagan was president — first-class air travelers are demanding, first-class jerks. i’ll share a secret smile with the attendant in coach the next time i’m folded into a seat and she hurls a tiny bag of pretzels my way. posted in america, travel | tagged air travel, airlines, america, coach, first-class, flight attendants, humor, travel | leave a reply politics, even on the links posted on february 22, 2017 by webnerbob reply rory mcilroy, of ireland, is one of the best golfers in the world.  recently he decided to tee it up in a friendly foursome that included president donald trump. apparently, that’s now forbidden. mcilroy faced withering criticism on the twitterzone from people who thought that simply playing golf with the president could be viewed as some kind of endorsement of trump and his policies.  our culture has grown so heated that even an amiable irish guy, who doesn’t vote in american elections, can’t go out for 18 holes of golf with the president without facing a backlash and having people accuse him of “whoring” himself and trying to shame him. playing golf used to be viewed as a kind of politics-free space.  celebrities, comedians, movie stars, and sports figures could hit the links with presidents, governors, senators, and congressmen without being accused of endorsing their political views.  but it wasn’t just american politics that weren’t transported to the golf course, either.  gary player was a beloved player in america and elsewhere, even though he hailed from south africa during its apartheid era.  and golfers freely played in international competitions without people trying to ban them because their home countries enforced repressive policies or weren’t viewed as sufficiently following the prevailing political views of the day.   the golf course was a kind of sanctuary where people could just play golf. and this was true even at the local level, where people playing in club tournaments or outings might detest the views of the people they’re paired with — but they play with them anyway, and treat them cordially and in the spirit of friendly competition.  it’s one of the great things about golf. it’s just too bad that the concepts of tolerance and sportsmanship and getting away from the hurly-burly of the world while you’re out on the course aren’t shared by more people who apparently must view everything through a political lens, and hold everyone to rigid standards of acceptable political behavior.  when somebody can’t go out and just play golf with the president without getting ripped as a turncoat, it’s a sad statement. posted in politics, sports | tagged america, donald trump, golf, politics, politics on the golf course, rory mcilroy, sports | leave a reply changing over time posted on february 21, 2017 by webnerbob reply here’s some welcome, but not especially surprising, news:  scientists have concluded that our personalities change over time. the university of edinburgh did an interesting study that confirms what should be obvious — people in their teenage years are a lot different from those same people as geriatrics.  the study looked at data compiled about the personality and character traits of people who were evaluated in 1947, at age 14, as part of the scottish mental survey, and then tried to track down those same people down years later, when they hit age 77, to evaluate them again.  the study looked a personal qualities like self-confidence, perseverance, stability of moods, conscientiousness, originality, and desire to excel, and found very little correlation between the 14-year-olds and the 77-year-olds on the conscientiousness and stability of moods qualities, and no correlation on the others. any study of personality and character traits is not going to be as precise as, say, measuring the flow or neutrinos, because of observer bias.  the university of edinburgh results, for example, rely on teacher assessments of the 14-year-olds — it’s not hard to imagine that your gym teacher might have a different take on self-confidence than your english teacher, for example —  and the 77-year-olds rated themselves and identified a close friend or family member to complete the survey.  i imagine, however, that by age 77 most people are going to drop the posturing and evaluate themselves pretty honestly. so life, and time, change you.  no surprise there!  it would be weird indeed if a lifetime of experiences, good and bad, didn’t actually alter the way you reacted to other people and the world at large.  i carry around memories from my 14-year-old self, but other than that i don’t really feel a great connection to that awkward, tubby, dreamy, self-absorbed person on the verge of high school — which is kind of a relief, really.  i imagine that if most of us met our 14-year-old selves, we’d find it fascinating, but then conclude that we really weren’t all that likable back then, and give our parents, siblings, and friends a lot more credit for putting up with us. the key, of course, is to change for the better.  it’s a worthy goal. posted in growing up, science | tagged 14-year-olds, aging, character traits, geriatrics, growing up, personality, science, university of edinburgh | leave a reply here we go again posted on february 20, 2017 by webnerbob reply you’d think that, after the crash of the housing market, the failure of banks, the stock market plunge, and the great recession of 2008-2009 that still is affecting the economy in many parts of the country, modern americans would have learned a painful but lasting lesson about taking on too much debt. it looks like you’d be wrong. the federal reserve bank of new york report on household debt says that americans are collectively approaching the record level of debt that we had accumulated in 2008, and probably will break through that record this year.  according to the report, by the end of 2016 our collective household debt, which includes everything from mortgages to credit cards to student loans to car loans, had risen to $12.58 trillion, which is just below the 2008 record of $12.68 trillion.  even worse, last year our debt load increased by a whopping $460 billion, which is the largest increase in a decade.  mortgage loan balances are now $8.48 trillion, which accounts for about 67 percent of the total debt load.  and the total amount of debt increased in every category being measured. the experts say there’s reason to think that 2017 is different, because there are fewer delinquencies being reported now — about half as many as was the case in 2008 — and fewer consumer bankruptcies, too.  who knows?  maybe the banks that are extending all of that credit are a lot more judicious in their loan decisions than they were in 2006, 2007, and 2008, and maybe americans have become much more capable of juggling enormous amounts of personal debt. and maybe we’ll all live happily ever after in the land of narn. it’s a good illustration of how people have changed.  anyone who lived through the great depression was permanently scarred by the experience; they became forever frugal, suspicious of any kind of debt, and relentlessly focused on building up their savings and paying off that mortgage so they and their friends could hold a “burn the mortgage” party.  the lessons they learned during the great depression were still motivating their decisions decades later. the “great recession” clearly hasn’t had the same kind of lasting impact.  it seems that modern americans just never learn. posted in the economy, america | tagged america, banks, great depression, great recession, household debt, lending, mortgages, personal debt, the economy | leave a reply chris rock’s “total blackout” posted on february 19, 2017 by webnerbob reply last night kish and i went to see chris rock with mr. and mrs. jersey cavalier.  rock is on his new, “total blackout” tour, and columbus is one of the first stops.  in fact, he’s got another show here tonight. rock was flat-out hilarious, but if you’re going to the show, let me offer a word to the wise.  don’t take your cell phone!  presumably because rock doesn’t want any pictures taken during the show, or annoying rings from the audience, or recordings of any part of the show, all cell phones are taken and placed into yondr pouches that are then locked.  people get to keep their bagged and locked phones with them, but they can’t use them until they walk to the unlocking station at the end of the show.  the virginia cavalier graciously walked all of our phones back to our office, which is nearby, so we didn’t have to hassle with the locking and unlocking, which expedited our departure from the theater. this phone-locking process caused two interesting effects.  first, the area outside the palace theater was an absolute scrum before the show.  security did nothing to put people into orderly lines, so you basically had a mob of impatient people who didn’t know why it was taking so long to get into the show, pushing and jostling and hoping the show didn’t start before they got to their seats.  it was a totally unnecessary melee that could have been avoided by some decent planning and security — which presumably will come later on the tour.  for now, my suggestion is to get to the show early. second, after the first two warm-up acts, there was a 20-minute intermission before rock came on.  imagine — in the modern world, a 20-minute intermission in which people can’t use their cell phones to check emails and text messages, post a selfie to facebook, and otherwise pass the time!  when the intermission started, people seemed confused by the absence of their cell phone security blankets and unsure of what to do.  ultimately, they ended up actually talking to each other, or intently watching the backdrop slide show of covers of vintage comedy albums.  the lack of cell phones sure made that 20-minute intermission seem a hell of a lot longer, but by the time it was over everybody was definitely primed for the show. as for rock, he was brilliant.  the topics he addressed were wide-ranging, encompassing racism, the police, guns, his own celebrity status, the trump era, religion, his daughter’s freshman orientation, the need for bullies, his divorce, men and women, and of course sex — with a lot of other subjects touched in between.  he’s got a knack for looking at the world in a different way and then capturing his observations in hysterical one-liners.  he’s got to be one of the best stand-up comedians to ever grace the stage, period. a few other points about rock.  first, he’s the consummate professional.  those of us, like kish and me, who sat in the cheap seats in the back of the theatre appreciated his carefully modulated volume and clear delivery, designed to reach every corner of the venue.  he paces back and forth, so everybody can get a good look, and gave the people in the front row high-fives both before and after the show.  how many big stars will do that? second, although rock uses more profanity than any other comedian i’ve seen live — in the barrage of mfs and f-words, you quickly start to not even notice the “shits” — in his performance the obscenities somehow seem less profane.  they’re just part of the act, helping to set up the one-liners, providing segues from one topic to another, and preserving rock’s urban street cred.  and, in a way, the profanity masks the fact that some of what rock has to say isn’t in line with the current pc worldview.  he’s the detached observer, skewering both the silly justifications of the pro-gun lobby and the bland reassurance offered by school administered with equal flair.  his willingness to tilt against all sides is one of the things that makes his shows so interesting. i’ve been to a number of stand-up shows, and the show last night was the funniest i’ve ever seen.  it’s a must-see if you live near one of the towns on the tour. posted in columbus, humor, entertainment | tagged columbus, humor, comedy, entertainment, cell phones, total blackout, chris rock, pc | leave a reply bussing the ‘hood posted on february 18, 2017 by webnerbob reply i really hate litter — and i also really like our neighborhood. so when i’m out for my morning walk i pick up the random bits of trash that often litter the ground and pitch them into the trash cans found around the perimeter of schiller park. it’s a beautiful park that is a cornerstone of our community, and it really bugs me when litter makes it look shabby. there’s no end to the trash that thoughtless, ignorant jerks will leave behind to mar the landscape and become somebody else’s problem — discarded starbucks cups and lids are a perennial find, but candy wrappers, newspapers, and red bull cans are commonplace, too, and once i found and tossed a beggar’s cardboard “please help me” sign positioned right next to his tossed old english 16-ounce can. the world would be a prettier, better place if everyone picked up a few pieces of unsightly debris — and if the stupid litterbugs ended their nasty habit in the first place and started caring about the appearance of their cities instead. and don’t get me started about smokers and their casually tossed cigarette butts! posted in columbus | tagged columbus, litter, litterbugs, picking up trash, schiller park | leave a reply first february friday fire posted on february 17, 2017 by webnerbob reply it’s a beautiful, clear, unseasonably warm friday night in february in columbus. what 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