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samh004

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That's pretty awesome!

Hope QF presents me with some symbolic keys one day :p

I'm on 283 Qantas flights right now, so a little short but looking good I hope! :D
 
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What a nice story. Good luck John!

PS....I wonder if the keys work. If you see that 737 trundling down a motorway somewhere I'd be guessing, yes! ;)
 

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1000 (soon to be) flights by the lowest amount of SC of 10 (yes he started before status credits, but not all his flights would earn so low either) gives a total of at least 10,000 lifetime SC... so he's probably LTG by now too. I note the article says he goes to the lounge, but didn't say whether he paid for it or earned it :p
 

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Impressive number of flight to NYC and LON.... Great way to see out your end of days.
 

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Impressive number of flight to NYC and LON.... Great way to see out your end of days.
IMO One of the potential benefits of the J lounge on the A380 is that if you die you may be laid out there. In not sure if that's a J "benefit" or available to all upstairs pax. F will remain In their expensive seats.

The problem with sitting a newly dead corpse in Y is that rigor Mortis will set in and it will be difficult to remove a Y corpse until rigor Mortis subsides.
 
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Great way to see out your end of days.
IMO One of the potential benefits of the J lounge on the A380 is that if you die you may be laid out there.
Boy I hope John is not reading these posts......you lot have him dead and buried already. I read his comments to mean death is a long way from his thinking and at 82 he hopefully has many, many more years left yet.
 

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Boy I hope John is not reading these posts......you lot have him dead and buried already. I read his comments to mean death is a long way from his thinking and at 82 he hopefully has many, many more years left yet.
I hope so too but if he does what a way to go. but as he says hopefully after 1000 flights and a ride on VH-OQA, *and a comp to CL


Smart guy - he's prob hoping for a F upgrade to the VH-OQA

* my suggestion to QF
 

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IMO One of the potential benefits of the J lounge on the A380 is that if you die you may be laid out there. In not sure if that's a J "benefit" or available to all upstairs pax. F will remain In their expensive seats.

The problem with sitting a newly dead corpse in Y is that rigor Mortis will set in and it will be difficult to remove a Y corpse until rigor Mortis subsides.
Whoops! That's hilarious, I meant :D
 
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No, he's not a Dr of medicine, lovely chap and definitely not John Martin, nowhere near as old ;)
the real doctors are those with a doctorate like a PhD.

you local G{/specialist is really only a pretend doctor as usually s/he only has a bachelor's degree.
 
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