No Inman Connect for Me this year

And I can’t remember a time when I’ve been more utterly disappointed about something.

Quick rundown – 5 pm flight out of Richmond, Virginia only to be diverted to Charlotte, North Carolina because Atlanta was shut down due to weather. We left Charlotte (but never the plane) around 11:30 pm to arrive here in Atlanta at 12:30 – my flight to San Francisco left before I arrived. 7.5 hours on a plane, and nowhere near where I wanted or needed to be.

I was so looking forward to this conference – to meeting people for the first time and others for the second or third – and sitting on the panel on Thursday, but I couldn’t guarantee that I would make it to the West Coast before 4pm on Thursday – only to return home on a 1pm flight on Friday.

Back to real estate (and home later this morning).

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6 Comments

  1. Jay Thompson July 23, 2008 at 02:33

    Jim, this just utterly and completely sucks. You will be missed greatly.

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  2. Dustin July 23, 2008 at 02:36

    Totally sucks! So sorry to hear!

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  3. Derek Burress July 23, 2008 at 04:55

    You are lucky to be have made it to Charlotte as most of Eastern North Carolina was under the clouds fighting off tornadoes.

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  4. Julie Emery July 23, 2008 at 06:17

    Jim,
    So sorry about your lousy day! Seems like you had the worst of both, no Inman, no VLA and, on top of it got to spend a day traveling with the airlines (ugh) to get to a place you never wanted to be.
    Hope today is much, much better!

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  5. Sean Tubbs July 23, 2008 at 14:47

    What happens with the tickets in a situation like this? Do you get a refund, or are you just out of cash? I can’t believe they’d keep you on a plane for seven hours. Makes yesterday’s 10 hour planning commission meeting seem like a cakewalk!

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  6. michael guthrie July 23, 2008 at 17:20

    I have been there and done that. Never fun and totally frustrating. Your insights and expertise will be missed by those who attend that panel discussion.

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