ELIZABETH, N.J., Sept. 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- It's a bit early for Christmas, but how about the fact that someone you love, respect or appreciate has just gone through a tough patch or has done something particularly remarkable? Frequent flyers are notorious for being hard to find something for because they usually have good incomes. They already have everything. Yet to earn that good income, they have to endure the annoyance of flying too much.
"Frequent Flyer Humor and One-Upmanship" is a collection of humorous or incongruous short stories and one-liners created deliberately for frequent flyers (at least twenty trips per year for at least three years) by a former frequent flyer. It's the attitude restoration or enhancement tool. It provides smiles and chuckles, punctuated by an occasional guffaw.
- Flight Attendants
- Aircraft Maintenance
- Lingo Decoding
- Flight Training
- Pilot Quotes
- Military Air
- Control Tower
The sub-title is "One-Upmanship" because it explains flight terminology that most people don't know.
It's the most comprehensive and organized collection of frequent flyer humor in print.
About George W. Stewart
Every Sunday out. Every Friday back. For weeks, months and years. Innumerable delays and lies, contemptuous treatment by airline personnel, abrupt altitude changes, tumultuous final approaches, teeth-rattling landings, extreme baggage waits because your carry-on was snatched at the door ....
In addition to countless standard aircraft and heavys, Stewart has flown in a 4-seater National Guard chopper without doors and Air Force ski equipped C-130s. A little less common was a tree branch in a landing gear, having to stuff wet washcloths into a ruptured fuselage seal and being kicked off a connecting flight with all the other passengers because the airline wanted to use it for a different trip.
Stewart has written for Barron's, the Journal of Property Management and other publications and has been interviewed for newspapers and on TV and radio. Activities have been reported in The New York Times, Medical Economics, U.S.News & World Report and the Tax Avoidance Digest.
"Frequent Flyer Humor and One-Upmanship"
Dog Ear Publishing
paperback, 236 pages, $12.95
Available at http://www.FFHumor.com, Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
George W. Stewart
SOURCE FF Humor LLC