Father Jonathan Morris Violated ‘Burbank Airport’ Security?

Finney County Transit to offer airport service

Published 2/28/2013 in Local News
By SCOTT AUST

saust@gctelegram.com

Starting Friday, Finney County Transit will begin offering service to Garden City Regional Airport.

At least a day’s advance notice is required, but county transit will pick people up at home and take them to the airport. The fare is $5 each way.
Bruce Spiller, with Finney County Transit, said the organization is offering the new service to fill a need.
“All the employees here at transit who have flown see the flights are nearly full. That was one of the initial reasons,” he said. “We’ve already had a call from the college. They have a class that’s going to fly out in March. We barely got the ink dry, so the response is positive.”
The service, which is not available on the weekend, will be demand driven, meaning people must call ahead to arrange pickups. There may be days that the service doesn’t run at all.
“What we’re going to do is have a driver come in early to run that shift and make it work that way,” he said. “We’re going to have to have at least one day’s notice to make sure we have a driver available at that particular time.”
The airport service is geared toward people who are flying in and out of the airport. Spiller said since most people get round-trip tickets, they can arrange all at one time to be taken to the airport to catch their flight and to be picked up when they return.
Spiller expects most of the activity to occur around the airline’s departure and arrival times. However, the transit service is still working on details for the daily 10 p.m. flight that arrives from Dallas. Because the transit service doesn’t operate after 10 p.m., Spiller said officials have been working to find a subcontractor who could offer service at that time.
If the program is successful, it could expand to other communities.
“We just presented it at our regional meeting and all the transportation people were very interested,” Spiller said. “We spent a long time discussing it. Liberal, Dodge City, Hugoton — they all say they’re using our airport and they would like to have some inter-city transportation getting going for their clients.”
Basically, the airport service is transit’s first attempt at providing some regional service even though it currently is limited to local clients, Spiller said. Eventually, he said, the goal is to create more transportation options between Garden City and Dodge City.
“We have the Greyhound Beeline Express right now between the two, but it’s inconvenient because you have to spend the night to come home. Until they can add another bus or route, or we can do it; it’s kind of impractical,” he said.
To schedule a pickup, call Finney County Transit at 272-3626, or stop by the transit office at 1008 N. 11th St.
– See more at: http://www.gctelegram.com/news/airport-transit-02-28-13#sthash.hr4rWQ4Y.dpuf

Finney County Transit to offer airport service

Published 2/28/2013 in Local News
By SCOTT AUST

saust@gctelegram.com

Starting Friday, Finney County Transit will begin offering service to Garden City Regional Airport.

At least a day’s advance notice is required, but county transit will pick people up at home and take them to the airport. The fare is $5 each way.
Bruce Spiller, with Finney County Transit, said the organization is offering the new service to fill a need.
“All the employees here at transit who have flown see the flights are nearly full. That was one of the initial reasons,” he said. “We’ve already had a call from the college. They have a class that’s going to fly out in March. We barely got the ink dry, so the response is positive.”
The service, which is not available on the weekend, will be demand driven, meaning people must call ahead to arrange pickups. There may be days that the service doesn’t run at all.
“What we’re going to do is have a driver come in early to run that shift and make it work that way,” he said. “We’re going to have to have at least one day’s notice to make sure we have a driver available at that particular time.”
The airport service is geared toward people who are flying in and out of the airport. Spiller said since most people get round-trip tickets, they can arrange all at one time to be taken to the airport to catch their flight and to be picked up when they return.
Spiller expects most of the activity to occur around the airline’s departure and arrival times. However, the transit service is still working on details for the daily 10 p.m. flight that arrives from Dallas. Because the transit service doesn’t operate after 10 p.m., Spiller said officials have been working to find a subcontractor who could offer service at that time.
If the program is successful, it could expand to other communities.
“We just presented it at our regional meeting and all the transportation people were very interested,” Spiller said. “We spent a long time discussing it. Liberal, Dodge City, Hugoton — they all say they’re using our airport and they would like to have some inter-city transportation getting going for their clients.”
Basically, the airport service is transit’s first attempt at providing some regional service even though it currently is limited to local clients, Spiller said. Eventually, he said, the goal is to create more transportation options between Garden City and Dodge City.
“We have the Greyhound Beeline Express right now between the two, but it’s inconvenient because you have to spend the night to come home. Until they can add another bus or route, or we can do it; it’s kind of impractical,” he said.
To schedule a pickup, call Finney County Transit at 272-3626, or stop by the transit office at 1008 N. 11th St.
– See more at: http://www.gctelegram.com/news/airport-transit-02-28-13#sthash.hr4rWQ4Y.dpuf

Finney County Transit to offer airport service

Published 2/28/2013 in Local News
By SCOTT AUST

saust@gctelegram.com

Starting Friday, Finney County Transit will begin offering service to Garden City Regional Airport.

At least a day’s advance notice is required, but county transit will pick people up at home and take them to the airport. The fare is $5 each way.
Bruce Spiller, with Finney County Transit, said the organization is offering the new service to fill a need.
“All the employees here at transit who have flown see the flights are nearly full. That was one of the initial reasons,” he said. “We’ve already had a call from the college. They have a class that’s going to fly out in March. We barely got the ink dry, so the response is positive.”
The service, which is not available on the weekend, will be demand driven, meaning people must call ahead to arrange pickups. There may be days that the service doesn’t run at all.
“What we’re going to do is have a driver come in early to run that shift and make it work that way,” he said. “We’re going to have to have at least one day’s notice to make sure we have a driver available at that particular time.”
The airport service is geared toward people who are flying in and out of the airport. Spiller said since most people get round-trip tickets, they can arrange all at one time to be taken to the airport to catch their flight and to be picked up when they return.
Spiller expects most of the activity to occur around the airline’s departure and arrival times. However, the transit service is still working on details for the daily 10 p.m. flight that arrives from Dallas. Because the transit service doesn’t operate after 10 p.m., Spiller said officials have been working to find a subcontractor who could offer service at that time.
If the program is successful, it could expand to other communities.
“We just presented it at our regional meeting and all the transportation people were very interested,” Spiller said. “We spent a long time discussing it. Liberal, Dodge City, Hugoton — they all say they’re using our airport and they would like to have some inter-city transportation getting going for their clients.”
Basically, the airport service is transit’s first attempt at providing some regional service even though it currently is limited to local clients, Spiller said. Eventually, he said, the goal is to create more transportation options between Garden City and Dodge City.
“We have the Greyhound Beeline Express right now between the two, but it’s inconvenient because you have to spend the night to come home. Until they can add another bus or route, or we can do it; it’s kind of impractical,” he said.
To schedule a pickup, call Finney County Transit at 272-3626, or stop by the transit office at 1008 N. 11th St.

– See more at: http://www.gctelegram.com/news/airport-transit-02-28-13#sthash.ofctvEW8.dpuf

Finney County Transit to offer airport service

Published 2/28/2013 in Local News
By SCOTT AUST

saust@gctelegram.com

Starting Friday, Finney County Transit will begin offering service to Garden City Regional Airport.

At least a day’s advance notice is required, but county transit will pick people up at home and take them to the airport. The fare is $5 each way.
Bruce Spiller, with Finney County Transit, said the organization is offering the new service to fill a need.
“All the employees here at transit who have flown see the flights are nearly full. That was one of the initial reasons,” he said. “We’ve already had a call from the college. They have a class that’s going to fly out in March. We barely got the ink dry, so the response is positive.”
The service, which is not available on the weekend, will be demand driven, meaning people must call ahead to arrange pickups. There may be days that the service doesn’t run at all.
“What we’re going to do is have a driver come in early to run that shift and make it work that way,” he said. “We’re going to have to have at least one day’s notice to make sure we have a driver available at that particular time.”
The airport service is geared toward people who are flying in and out of the airport. Spiller said since most people get round-trip tickets, they can arrange all at one time to be taken to the airport to catch their flight and to be picked up when they return.
Spiller expects most of the activity to occur around the airline’s departure and arrival times. However, the transit service is still working on details for the daily 10 p.m. flight that arrives from Dallas. Because the transit service doesn’t operate after 10 p.m., Spiller said officials have been working to find a subcontractor who could offer service at that time.
If the program is successful, it could expand to other communities.
“We just presented it at our regional meeting and all the transportation people were very interested,” Spiller said. “We spent a long time discussing it. Liberal, Dodge City, Hugoton — they all say they’re using our airport and they would like to have some inter-city transportation getting going for their clients.”
Basically, the airport service is transit’s first attempt at providing some regional service even though it currently is limited to local clients, Spiller said. Eventually, he said, the goal is to create more transportation options between Garden City and Dodge City.
“We have the Greyhound Beeline Express right now between the two, but it’s inconvenient because you have to spend the night to come home. Until they can add another bus or route, or we can do it; it’s kind of impractical,” he said.
To schedule a pickup, call Finney County Transit at 272-3626, or stop by the transit office at 1008 N. 11th St.
– See more at: http://www.gctelegram.com/news/airport-transit-02-28-13#sthash.hr4rWQ4Y.dpuf
Father Jonathan Morris Violated ‘Burbank Airport’ Security? Posted by Priscilla -9.80pc on February 27, 2013 · Flag

Fox News specializes in fomenting fear of Islamic terrorism. So you imagine Fox’s reaction if a dark skinned man, in traditional Middle Eastern garb, was allowed to pass through an airport gate in order to reunite a plane passenger with an object left behind in the seating area! Fox talkers would be calling for sending both the potential Islamic terrorist and the gate staff to Gitmo for waterboarding. But when it’s done by a petite, baby faced, white guy wearing a Roman Collar, it’s all shits and giggles from the Fox friends who, on Sunday, were quite amused by official Fox priest, Fr. Jonathan Morris’, airport escapade. In what seems to be yet another in a string of self aggrandizing and possibly apocryphal attempts to garner the kind of gushing adoration reserved for Catholic saints, Fr. Morris regaled the curvy couch crew with his tale of a heroic airport action that garnered him a “huge ovation.” Nice to know the airport folks are so trusting?! Hopefully Al Qaeda wasn’t watching.
Famous dick, Tucker Carlson cued up the topic; i.e. the future of the papacy. But Fox’s one true priest, Fr. Jonathan Morris told the gang to put that thought on hold while he told them about “one of the funniest things that ever happened to me in my life.” He told his pals that he had taken a “red eye” flight from California the previous evening. He wouldn’t reveal the airport because “he didn’t want to get anybody in trouble.”

ROFLMAO – Fr. Morris told his Facebook fans that he was in the “Burbank” airport which would appear to be the Bob Hope airport as that is the only airport in Burbank which has flights to NY City, Morris’ destination.
He explained that while he was on his way to the bathroom, he saw two women who were trying to get on a plane. He speculated that they “had a couple of drinks and forgotten where they were” because they left behind a vase of roses which the waitress noticed. Morris told the waitress that he would “run” the roses to the gate. Morris said that when he got to the gate he asked the attendant if she could bring the roses onboard the plane; but she, apparently seeing his collar, urged him to bring the flowers on the plane. Morris claimed that he walked onto the tarmac and then, with his best jazz hands, described how everybody on the plane was staring at him as he brought this “big vase of roses.”

Barely able to contain his exuberance, Morris described how, after he got a “big hug” from “the lady,” everybody gave him a “huge ovation.” The curvy couch gang laughed hysterically and Alysin Camerota joked about “how we all need to dress as priests.” (Are ya listening Al Queda?) Morris then told his pals that ladies got the roses at a taping of “The Bachelor.”

Hardeharhar, isn’t funny and just so awe inspiring that Fr. Morris was able to board a plane for which he had no ticket, in order to reunite a woman with her roses!!! But that wasn’t the only wonderful thing that Morris did in California. According to his Facebook, he took a homeless man out to lunch which is an improvement over his last encounter with a NY homeless man who only got to hit golf balls with the padre who used the occasion to drum up church membership. And if Morris is filling out his sainthood resume, it pales next to his Christmas miracle (only two are requited for Catholic canonization) when he, in front of awe inspired hospital staff, was able to calm an agitated dying man down to the point where the patient accepted Jesus. (Yeah, I know…)

As we speak, Fr. Morris is in Rome where he can provide comfort to whoever is in need. Hopefully, the security on the international flights was better than that at “Burbank” Airport where Fr. Jonathan Morris, in the name of roses, violated security – and bragged about it! Oh that “Fr. Jon” – have collar, will travel!

Finney County Transit to offer airport service

Published 2/28/2013 in Local News
By SCOTT AUST

saust@gctelegram.com

Starting Friday, Finney County Transit will begin offering service to Garden City Regional Airport.

At least a day’s advance notice is required, but county transit will pick people up at home and take them to the airport. The fare is $5 each way.
Bruce Spiller, with Finney County Transit, said the organization is offering the new service to fill a need.
“All the employees here at transit who have flown see the flights are nearly full. That was one of the initial reasons,” he said. “We’ve already had a call from the college. They have a class that’s going to fly out in March. We barely got the ink dry, so the response is positive.”
The service, which is not available on the weekend, will be demand driven, meaning people must call ahead to arrange pickups. There may be days that the service doesn’t run at all.
“What we’re going to do is have a driver come in early to run that shift and make it work that way,” he said. “We’re going to have to have at least one day’s notice to make sure we have a driver available at that particular time.”
The airport service is geared toward people who are flying in and out of the airport. Spiller said since most people get round-trip tickets, they can arrange all at one time to be taken to the airport to catch their flight and to be picked up when they return.
Spiller expects most of the activity to occur around the airline’s departure and arrival times. However, the transit service is still working on details for the daily 10 p.m. flight that arrives from Dallas. Because the transit service doesn’t operate after 10 p.m., Spiller said officials have been working to find a subcontractor who could offer service at that time.
If the program is successful, it could expand to other communities.
“We just presented it at our regional meeting and all the transportation people were very interested,” Spiller said. “We spent a long time discussing it. Liberal, Dodge City, Hugoton — they all say they’re using our airport and they would like to have some inter-city transportation getting going for their clients.”
Basically, the airport service is transit’s first attempt at providing some regional service even though it currently is limited to local clients, Spiller said. Eventually, he said, the goal is to create more transportation options between Garden City and Dodge City.
“We have the Greyhound Beeline Express right now between the two, but it’s inconvenient because you have to spend the night to come home. Until they can add another bus or route, or we can do it; it’s kind of impractical,” he said.
To schedule a pickup, call Finney County Transit at 272-3626, or stop by the transit office at 1008 N. 11th St.

– See more at: http://www.gctelegram.com/news/airport-transit-02-28-13#sthash.ofctvEW8.dpuf

Finney County Transit to offer airport service

Published 2/28/2013 in Local News
By SCOTT AUST

saust@gctelegram.com

Starting Friday, Finney County Transit will begin offering service to Garden City Regional Airport.

At least a day’s advance notice is required, but county transit will pick people up at home and take them to the airport. The fare is $5 each way.
Bruce Spiller, with Finney County Transit, said the organization is offering the new service to fill a need.
“All the employees here at transit who have flown see the flights are nearly full. That was one of the initial reasons,” he said. “We’ve already had a call from the college. They have a class that’s going to fly out in March. We barely got the ink dry, so the response is positive.”
The service, which is not available on the weekend, will be demand driven, meaning people must call ahead to arrange pickups. There may be days that the service doesn’t run at all.
“What we’re going to do is have a driver come in early to run that shift and make it work that way,” he said. “We’re going to have to have at least one day’s notice to make sure we have a driver available at that particular time.”
The airport service is geared toward people who are flying in and out of the airport. Spiller said since most people get round-trip tickets, they can arrange all at one time to be taken to the airport to catch their flight and to be picked up when they return.
Spiller expects most of the activity to occur around the airline’s departure and arrival times. However, the transit service is still working on details for the daily 10 p.m. flight that arrives from Dallas. Because the transit service doesn’t operate after 10 p.m., Spiller said officials have been working to find a subcontractor who could offer service at that time.
If the program is successful, it could expand to other communities.
“We just presented it at our regional meeting and all the transportation people were very interested,” Spiller said. “We spent a long time discussing it. Liberal, Dodge City, Hugoton — they all say they’re using our airport and they would like to have some inter-city transportation getting going for their clients.”
Basically, the airport service is transit’s first attempt at providing some regional service even though it currently is limited to local clients, Spiller said. Eventually, he said, the goal is to create more transportation options between Garden City and Dodge City.
“We have the Greyhound Beeline Express right now between the two, but it’s inconvenient because you have to spend the night to come home. Until they can add another bus or route, or we can do it; it’s kind of impractical,” he said.
To schedule a pickup, call Finney County Transit at 272-3626, or stop by the transit office at 1008 N. 11th St.

– See more at: http://www.gctelegram.com/news/airport-transit-02-28-13#sthash.ofctvEW8.dpuf

Finney County Transit to offer airport service

Published 2/28/2013 in Local News
By SCOTT AUST

saust@gctelegram.com

Starting Friday, Finney County Transit will begin offering service to Garden City Regional Airport.

At least a day’s advance notice is required, but county transit will pick people up at home and take them to the airport. The fare is $5 each way.
Bruce Spiller, with Finney County Transit, said the organization is offering the new service to fill a need.
“All the employees here at transit who have flown see the flights are nearly full. That was one of the initial reasons,” he said. “We’ve already had a call from the college. They have a class that’s going to fly out in March. We barely got the ink dry, so the response is positive.”
The service, which is not available on the weekend, will be demand driven, meaning people must call ahead to arrange pickups. There may be days that the service doesn’t run at all.
“What we’re going to do is have a driver come in early to run that shift and make it work that way,” he said. “We’re going to have to have at least one day’s notice to make sure we have a driver available at that particular time.”
The airport service is geared toward people who are flying in and out of the airport. Spiller said since most people get round-trip tickets, they can arrange all at one time to be taken to the airport to catch their flight and to be picked up when they return.
Spiller expects most of the activity to occur around the airline’s departure and arrival times. However, the transit service is still working on details for the daily 10 p.m. flight that arrives from Dallas. Because the transit service doesn’t operate after 10 p.m., Spiller said officials have been working to find a subcontractor who could offer service at that time.
If the program is successful, it could expand to other communities.
“We just presented it at our regional meeting and all the transportation people were very interested,” Spiller said. “We spent a long time discussing it. Liberal, Dodge City, Hugoton — they all say they’re using our airport and they would like to have some inter-city transportation getting going for their clients.”
Basically, the airport service is transit’s first attempt at providing some regional service even though it currently is limited to local clients, Spiller said. Eventually, he said, the goal is to create more transportation options between Garden City and Dodge City.
“We have the Greyhound Beeline Express right now between the two, but it’s inconvenient because you have to spend the night to come home. Until they can add another bus or route, or we can do it; it’s kind of impractical,” he said.
To schedule a pickup, call Finney County Transit at 272-3626, or stop by the transit office at 1008 N. 11th St.

– See more at: http://www.gctelegram.com/news/airport-transit-02-28-13#sthash.ofctvEW8.dpuf
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