Posted by William Charles on June 3, 2019
Recaps

Published on June 3rd, 2019 | by William Charles

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Recap: Stars Wars Galaxy’s Edge Review, Hyatt Destination Fees & More

 

  • My Honest Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge Review & How Some Might Be Disappointed by Miles to Memories. This is not my sort of thing, but I thought the review itself was excellent and it’s nice to see Shawn’s real review rather than some of the other reviews that other outlets are pumping out that are obviously biased.
  • Looks like Hyatt is introducing a destination fee to the Grand Hyatt DC.

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MoreSun
MoreSun

Overall his rewards costs are down and he’s complaining he only gets reimbursed $7/breakfast? I don’t think Marriott should have to cover 100% of the cost of elite breakfast as the hotels benefit much more than a couple bucks from having these guests pick their hotel due to their chain status.

MoreSun
MoreSun

I quite enjoyed their SW land review. I am a Disney person but most of the reviews in that sphere are tending towards “loved it/hated it and screw you if you think differently!” so it was nice to get a review that seemed to give me actual information!

Debit
Debit

Hyartt hotels are being given a hard time. Capitalism will fix everything. More people will end up having to pay fees they are not aware of. They will refuse to travel. Hotels will cut fees.

Same works for food supplies and medicines too.

Adulerated Food supply and contaminated medicines will kill people. Less people will buy these things. Companies will make less money. They will start making better products. In twenty years new generation will start using the product.

Love capitalism. We don’t need any new regulations.

Zaos
Zaos

Transparency will fix it. That’s how US airlines pretty much stopped being ridiculous because they have to include crap like fuel surcharges in their advertised price anyway.

Debit
Debit

Transparency will not come without regulation.

Here is an article I happened to be reading today. Looks like capitalism has its hands on drugs already. The website is in my handle.

” To that end, one of the president’s top candidates to head the FDA, tech investor Jim O’Neill, has openly advocated for drugs to be approved before they’re shown to work. “Let people start using them at their own risk,” O’Neill has argued. “

Gidget
Gidget

William Charles I just bought the QCs 6 months ago.. and I love them.. they’ve changed my life.. they already have some scratches on them.. and I love new / better tech.. I’m wondering if I should upgrade? I’m thinking if I could sell the old ones for $150 it might be worth the upgrade. hmm

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