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About Greg White

Author, blogger, television writer, world traveler, and inveterate bon vivant Greg White is also a former sergeant in the U.S. Marine Corps, now battling it out on the blogosphere at and

Greg has just finished his soon-to-be-published memoir about his Marine Corps boot camp experience. He served six years in the Marines. Truly a glutton, he also completed Officer Candidate School over the course of two summers---thus relishing the joys of basic training three times.

Greg has a voracious appetite for life and regularly contributes here and to The Huffington Post.

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  1. Pretty pathetic seeing people bring food onto domestic flights. How hard it is to spend a few hours without stuffing your face? Not to mention how annoying it is to everyone else on the plane to smell your food. Anyone who brings food onto the plane for a flight under 5 hours deserves to have their food spit in.

    • I would like to see someone try to spit in my food. I deny myself nothing – ever. A 45-minute flight to Vegas on a private jet is THE best place to eat caviar off the belly of a young lover. But thanks for reading!

  2. When hypoglycemia beckons, out comes the chocolate bar or sandwich. I make sure its an inoffensive one and tuck in. No one should complain about me eating something neutral if they don’t want to see me slumped over the chair. That’s trouble

    • You bring up an important point, Selina! Besides an epi pen in the event of an allergic reaction mid-flight, Flight attendants carry a pair of sunglasses to place of the face of a passed out or dead passenger. They should add a Snicker’s to that emergency kit.

  3. Or something less offensive because of the possibility of nut allergy. But yes, a chocolate bar should be in a first aid kit. For real


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