fauxklore (fauxklore) wrote,

Procrastination 101 - Airline Route Map Edition

I got the document I mentioned yesterday (review due today) at 1:45 p.m. Fortunately, it was only 13 pages long and had nothing at all controversial, so I was able to turn it around quickly.

Which left me with time for random distractions. I should explain first that: 1) I spend a lot of time on airplanes and 2) the best thing about being on airplanes is turning to the back of the airline magazine and looking at the route maps.

Hence, a website of pretty much every airline route map in the world is an excellent way for me to not get started on the other three documents that need to get reviewed in the next couple of weeks.
Tags: maps, travel, work

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