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    nice view for free

    Ended up on the jersey shore down in Atlantic City.
    My wife had a comped room, the lovely lady checking us in gave us a suite upgrade for free.
    No reason to say no. 40 flights up, nice view, nice room.


    and just as I was taking a looksie around(outside deck door was locked, it didnt say I couldnt open it), look who took off from 25 floors right below me.
    I wonder if they waved when they saw the fat guy standing on his deck taking pictures and waving.
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    Ha, thats awesome!
    Go ahead and run clown, with those big floppy shoes, you won't get far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by allen levine View Post
    I wonder if they waved when they saw the fat guy standing on his deck taking pictures and waving.
    I heard he said "You're fired!"
    Jesus was a Woodworker

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    Maybe if it was Ivanka I'd consider it a nice view, but donald...no thanks.

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    there were so many people under umbrellas on the ground, must have been a vp or two, if not the man himself, someone followed some people up some of the ramp holding an umbrella for them, by then, I got my camera, had to wait for it to turn on, and they were on board. There is no way they missed me, I was the only person in that hotel out on the deck at that time, and they flew directly across from me, I could see the pilot.(my wife said they probably notified security some idiot is out on one of the locked decks)
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