Surviving “tourist season” at the airport: Chris on CNN

Chris McGinnis on CNN at SFO

Chris McGinnis on CNN at SFO

As many of my readers know, I’ve worked on and off for CNN for the last 15 years. Even though I’m not on staff, the network still uses me as a “talking head.”

Remember my post earlier this week about the 4 warning signs of a long, hot summer? That was the inspiration for this CNN segment called “Surviving Tourist Season at the Airport.” I went out to the airport and talked my head off about it, and here’s the segment!

Take a watch (click on the arrow below) and let us know how you feel about sharing your space with the vacationing hordes during summer travel season! Please leave your comments below.

 

–Chris McGinnis

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