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Alrighty, everyone, I put it off 'til the very last minute; I have to start packing. Not right now, of course, I can totally do it later. The reason I have to pack is because of a ton of family get-togethers! I'm flying all over this weekend and all of next week to catch up with a bunch of different relatives, catch a few people's graduations, and maybe get to do some very light tourism when I'm not being dragged around by family members or in the airport.
It'll totally count as my vacation for this year, though. Plus, it'll be nice to get to see everyone again. I have a few relatives I would love to catch up with. I don't think I've gotten the pleasure of going so many places since I was in High School—and I had such bad luck with the Transportation Security Administration. That was the trip that I learned that everyone hates compressed air and water, though. Not because of anything they might do in low pressure, before someone tells me that compressed air canisters might explode, but because they were worried about me putting it in the pilot's eyes. You'd think if I came at someone with both of those that they'd even out, but no.
That's what tonight's Graveyard Shift is all about, folks: travelling. Feel free to share some of your favorite travel stories, travelling destinations, or anything else you might think of. Is there a subway car you avoid taking to work? I'd count it. It's traveling. Probably.
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