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Erin Balser
Producer: . Columnist: . Lover: books, running, baseball, basketball, nature. Opinions my own.
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Erin Balser 22h
We are making some book videos at work and I am pretty proud of them:
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Erin Balser May 26
I am here. I can do it if you need me to. I make good jokes.
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Erin Balser May 23
you're in NS?!!!
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Erin Balser May 23
I am drinking in Halifax. 10 years ago this weekend, I graduated after spending 4 years drinking in Halifax. Nostalgia is powerful after 30.
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Erin Balser May 23
bunch of different races building on each other, culminating in marathon that shows off the city.
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Erin Balser May 23
I think the model is fantastic and would work for TO.
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Erin Balser May 23
This article is excellent and explains why I, as a Toronto runner, have no interest in running a local marathon.
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Erin Balser May 23
Halifax too. I love Halifax but NO WAY should that weekend be better than Toronto's.
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CBC Radio May 21
. talks to about living with cancer and making art:
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Erin Balser May 20
True. I just wanted to be treated like a valued customer, not an annoyance. Which is consistently the case.
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Erin Balser May 20
Which, since last time I flew Porter, they cancelled my flight & left me in a airport overnight, is true.
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Erin Balser May 20
Exactly. The tone and intent of the email won't be effective and makes me feel not valued as a customer.
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Erin Balser May 20
True. It's not really the policy, just the tone and assumption of the email.
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Erin Balser May 20
it basically tries to guilt me into paying for my carry on now instead of getting caught at the airport
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Erin Balser May 20
Porter is super generous (not on my experience) and airline travelers try to scam them with giant carry ons
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Erin Balser May 20
it's the email. Porter is super generous, airline travelers are jerks trying to scam them so don't be a jerk
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Erin Balser May 20
New policy (check a bag now for $27.50 or get caught with a big bag and charged for $37.50) is kinda fine.
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Erin Balser May 20
I haven't event gotten on the plane and I already regret giving you a second chance,
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Erin Balser May 20
Last time on , they abandoned me overnight. This time, an email basically accusing me of trying to scam their carry-on policy
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Erin Balser May 15
Playing Can't Stop This Feeling on repeat, full volume. My neighbours will understand.
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