GADLING’S TAKE FIVE: Week of September 2

The first week of September, dead and gone. But what a week it was! (I say that every week, don’t I?) Regardless, it WAS a good week. There are no new Gadling writers to introduce you to, but there’s plenty of stories you need to check out in case you missed them the first time around. Here are a few highlights:

  • Neil warns travelers who are flying out of Bangkok today. “Residents living near Bangkok’s new Suvarnabhumi airport have threatened to release a wave of balloons into the air to disrupt flights today.”
  • Leif finally made it to Romania — sanity barely intact. “Shame on you Delta Airlines. Shame on you for treating your paying customers like prisoners and freeloaders. Shame on you for reorganizing reality so that as long as you’re not guilty of manslaughter, you take no responsibility for the welfare of your passengers.”
  • Matthew’s four-part ode to everyone’s favorite noodle dish, ramen, came to a close this week. “Unfortunately, if you don’t live in Japan, it’s near impossible to hunt down authentic ramen, though that doesn’t mean you can’t experiment in your own kitchen.”
  • Brett’s got a load of Czech beers you’ve never heard of. Happy Friday!
  • The results are in: most Gadling readers believe that women-only floors in hotels are dumb, dumb, dumb! What do you think?

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