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An Overnight Upper Class Flight from DTW to LHR on Virgin Airlines: A Review

The week before Christmas, I took a trip to England. I booked my flight in the summer, back when I had some money, and decided that I would fly first class on the way there. 887 more words



The Elite and Power-holders, traditionally few in number, always find a way to prevent the masses from uniting against them. The most popular and effective, trusted and time-tested, methods are the instigation and strengthening of racism, tribalism, sexism, religious intolerance, etc, within and amongst and between the masses. 409 more words


What class are you?

Social class (or, simply, class), as in class society, is a set of concepts in the social sciences and political theory centred on models of social stratification in which people are grouped into a set of hierarchical social categories, the most common being the upper, middle, and lower classes. 505 more words



In Negroland, author Margo Jefferson recalls her childhood living in Chicago with her doctor father and former social worker turned housewife and socialite mother. She and her sister Denise were groomed to be the best and to look their best at all times. 63 more words

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The Virgin Atlantic Upper Class experience

As I think I mentioned, when we went to Grenada in October/November we used up all of the Virgin Atlantic points we had accumulated and flew Upper Class for free (excluding taxes). 843 more words


our reggie

a long long time ago reggie wilkes had a 15 minute scuffle with fame as ‘the singing football hooligan’. a friend of his father who was a fledging media executive had been out on a search to find young television personalities for a post war youth generation..he didn’t need to look any further than five doors down his own avenue to find reg, who’d become the local star on account of run ins with the police for shoplifting and mild thuggery at football matches. 513 more words

A Question Of Class...

The Day Our Class Was Rocked!

That day the entire class witnessed a number of arguments: in groups of twos, threes and even more, everyone was arguing. 758 more words