Ryan: Let me tell you, this is what you guys missed out. Jack: What, you didn’t make it home? Ryan: Let me, let me tell you what you guys missed out. Jeremy: Oh, I heard some of this on your stream, Ryan. Ryan: Yeah, so, you know, I scheduled the, uh, pickup, the Uber pickup. Ryan: Yeah, uh, no one came. Ryan: No one came for like an hour and a half. Geoff: It’s never failed me.
Ryan: No one came for like an hour and a half. Geoff: Did you cancel? Did you retry?
Ryan: I installed Lyft, I had both of them going at the same time. One motherfucker even called me, Ryan: I installed Lyft, I had both of them going at the same time. One motherfucker even called me, Ryan: And he’s like, “I don’t, I don’t feel like it.” Ryan: “Can you just cancel for me?” That was on Lyft. Ryan: Which, there’s an option on Lyft for “Driver Asked Me to Cancel.” Ryan: So hopefully that guy got fucked. Jack: Probably not. Ryan: Anyways, so guy finally comes to get me, thankfully. Ryan: I tell him where I’m trying to go, I’m like, “We’re not going to make it.” Ryan: And he’s like, Ryan: “You’ll make it.” Ryan: Dude books it! I mean, he gets me to the airport within like, Ryan: My flight leaves at 8:25, Ryan: I get to the airport at 7:55. Ryan: Sprint in, security line is completely empty. I run right up to it, and the fucking app won’t load a barcode. Jack: [Laughing] Jeremy: [Groans]
Jack: [Laughing] Lindsay: That’s why you have to have a physical copy, too. Just in case. Ryan: It was worse, it taunted me, cause, it was like, “You’re checked in.” Jeremy: That goes there, Jack. Ryan: Ah, but I can’t give you a ticket. Jeremy: I just can’t make it fit right now.
Ryan: Ah, but I can’t give you a ticket. Jack: Thank you. Geoff: Why can’t it give you a ticket? Ryan: I don’t know! It just said, you’re checked in, but I can’t give you the barcode! Geoff: Well, why are you yelling at me? I didn’t know. Ryan: So, I run back downstairs to the kiosk, Ryan: And the kiosk is like, “Ah, you’re too late, fuck off. Go see a representative.” Geoff: It does tell you to fuck off if you don’t do it properly online. Ryan: So I run over to the representative line and it turns out, like, 30 people missed a flight to Chicago. Ryan: They are all in front of me. Ryan: And I was like, “There’s no way I’m going to get through this line.” Geoff: Well, I’m going to st–I’m going to tell you right now, Geoff: First problem: your attitude. Ryan: Ah. Lindsay: That’s true.
Ryan: Ah. Geoff: When there’s a will, there’s a way, Ryan. Ryan: Well, the worst part was, I get up to the front, Ryan: She was like, “Oh, you know you’re gold, right? Like you could have just gone right over there.” Ryan: “There’s a much shorter line.” Good to know. They didn’t have that marked anywhere. Jack: I mean, you gotta know that. Geoff: I mean, it’s like– Ryan: I probably still wouldn’t have made it. Geoff: You know, Geoff: You know where you find that out? When they send you the letter with all the packages that says, “Hey,” Geoff: “You’re gold and here all the benefits. You should read this.” Geoff: You were probably like, “Ugh, trash.” Jack: Oh, so you did miss the flight? Ryan: Yeah. No, I missed that flight. There was another flight at noon that got me home at 5:55. Jack: Oh, wow. That sucks.
Ryan: Yeah. No, I missed that flight. There was another flight at noon that got me home at 5:55. Ryan: Yeah. No, I missed that flight. There was another flight at noon that got me home at 5:55. Geoff: Our flight was at 8:25, and we got home at, like, 1:30. Ryan: I missed that one. Geoff: Yeah, just sucks for him. [Laughter] Lindsay: Jeez.
[Laughter] [Laughter] Geoff: Well, I sympathize with you, Ryan, that sucks.