Wednesday, March 21, 2007
How to annoy an airline check-in counter
Today's been one of those days that just kind of gets away from you. We finished broadcasting this morning from Thailand (after midnight EST) and had to start packing for the airport and our trip to Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

I know it doesn't sound like a big deal, but you have to remember we have dozens of cases of gear and transmission equipment that are opened and unpacked for each broadcast and then carefully repacked and organized.

There were five of us on the flight and when we told the woman at the check-in counter that we had 25 cases with us, she clearly wished we'd picked a different counter.

Wildlife biologist Jeff Corwin, our partner in our "Planet in Peril" series, wasn't on the program last night because he was in Burma shooting an investigation of the illegal trade in animal parts. His piece on the sale of skins from endangered tigers will be on tonight's program.

We'll also have more on the trafficking of woman and children into the sex industry, a major issue in Cambodia. According to a UN report, more than 25 percent of the prostitutes in Cambodia are children and many are sold into the business by family members.

We're also working on a number of other stories. Al Gore is making what some people consider a "triumphant" return to Capitol Hill today to testify on global warming. And of course we'll continue to look at the growing scandal over the Bush administration's purge of prosecutors.

It should be a good show. I'm glad we've finally arrived in Cambodia. And the best part is that all of our 25 bags made it as well.
Posted By Anderson Cooper: 1:40 PM ET

First, let me say that I am glad that all of you, and your gear made it to Cambodia safely.

You stories this week have been absolutely enthralling. I just have to say that I have admired you ever since you were on Channel One, and even fifteen years later, it's a given that I look forward to your stories,which still never cease to amaze me.

I am looking forward to tonight's show. As I said, I am really interested to see what you find in Cambodia.

Take care, be safe, and best wishes.
Posted By Anonymous Mandy, Boston, MA : 1:57 PM ET
Would have loved to have seen the womans face at the check-in counter when you said you'll had 25 bags! Glad you made it safely to Cambodia...and your luggage too!

I wondered where Jeff was last night! Thought you'll had him tied up somewhere keeping him out of trouble!! LOL Can't wait to see his report.

Can't wait to see the show tonight! Looks like all of you'lls staying up late and not sleeping has paid off! The shows this week have been great! Keep up the good work. I'll be seeing ya tonight!
Posted By Anonymous Cynthia, Covington, Ga. : 2:00 PM ET
Please remind viewers that Mr. Clinton fired ALL of his prosecutors in '93; Pres. Bush's staff only fired a handful. I'd say this whole story isn't a "scandal" but just another attempt to make Mr. Bush and his admin. seem as if they aren't above reproach. You can try, but you can't bring down someone who is honest and plays it completely above board, can you?
Posted By Anonymous xtina - chicago IL : 2:09 PM ET
That poor woman, and I thought I drove the customer service person crazy at the NWA counter crazy last week.

Loved the shows the last few nights and am pleased at the varying array of subject matter - it's one stop viewing on 360 and still there is no one who takes sides on the political topics, thank goodness.

The human trafficking stories are just heart breaking and little known in our own country or if they are presented no one seems to listen. For some reason 360 seems to bring out more of the human element by putting a specific face on the victims, but at the same time doing it with dignity and sensitivity.

Keep up the great work guys.
Posted By Anonymous Marcia, Warren Mi : 2:14 PM ET
Hi Anderson and the crew,
I can't tell you how happy I am that Jeff went back into Burma for another investigation. It's about time someone actually pay attention with what goes on in Burma. Now everyone knows that the government could really care less about things unless they're for overturning their dictatorship.
I was born and raise there in Burma, so here's my opinion. These people are so confined and isolated when it comes to information and education, they really don't know any better. All they worry about is how to get by, how to feed their family and just to have the very basic necessities. As a result, they really can't be bothered thinking about the consequences of their actions as long as the family is well fed.
They need to be educated and open up their eyes, so that they would know better and think about the consequences and respect the land and environment that they live in.
Keep up the great work and thanks so much.
Posted By Anonymous May, F'dale, N.Y. : 2:17 PM ET
Do you have to warn the airline that coming with 25 cases or have you just got the weight and overage fees memorized by now? I've had enough trouble getting a carry-on into the cabin. Do you ever run into situtaions where the airline simply refuses? (Or is that where being CNN comes in handy?)
Posted By Anonymous Claire Colvin, White Rock, BC : 2:18 PM ET
Hey Anderson,

So, the "breaking news" today is that you didn't loose any bags. Let's hope Neil & Phil weren't carrying any "friends" again!LOL

Everytime I hear atrocities done against women & children,I feel as tough a cold hand is squeezing my heart. When will it stop.
I don't know if you have the info,but how do the countries that arrest sexual predators(if you have sex against their will with children,yeah,that's what you are)from other countries,how do they deal with them?
I know you all work a lot on those trips,have a lot of footage, but because of all you have to cover on your show,we see only little segments about "planet in peril". Not to take away from all the work you guys do,it would be interesting to see more.I hope CNN will make one hour specials from all the footage you have and all the stories you've heard and seen.
On another subject,I was appaled to hear this morning about the attack in Iraq where they ran from the car and left the kids in it and the bomb went off. I hope you'll talk about it.
Don't forget to get some sleep all of you.You do not have batteries. Well, I don't think so,altough,I'm not so sure about Jeff...
Take care dear Anderson and crew.
Stay close to your luggages.

Joanne R.
Laval Quebec
Posted By Anonymous Joanne R.Laval Quebec : 2:18 PM ET
Hi Anderson,
Your post proves that one thing in life is certain. The WORLD keeps spinning non stop everyday. It brings with it good news, lots of bad, funny moments, entertaining and down right gloomy.
But I think we all must stay involved whether it's illegal trafficking of humans, animals, politics, or some other event that we must confront. So thanks for the work. And by the way, I hope you gave the airline check-in employee a big thank you. Something tells me that a mere "Have a Nice Day," just wouldn't be enough appreciation to produce a true Kumbaya moment! Take Care
Posted By Anonymous Lorie Ann, Buellton, Calif. : 2:28 PM ET

I have to say, the slavery of children is one of those topics that is hard to watch. Sometimes its easy to make excuses and pretend it doesnt exist, while you flip the channel to a MASH rerun. It's hard breaking, and brings a complete motherly feeling of helplessness. As hard as it is to watch, it must be amazingly difficult to cover. Thanks for "keep us (the world) honest", and bringing the stories it's easy to cover your eyes and ears to.
Posted By Anonymous Fran Shaw, Goldsboro NC : 2:36 PM ET
Well, you gentlemen certainly don't pack "light" :-)
Posted By Anonymous Milena, Ft. Lauderdale, FL : 3:00 PM ET
Hi Anderson, glad to hear all your bags made it. Hope they all make it back to New York when ya'll come home.

I look forward to hearing more about Mr. Gore's testimony in Capitol Hill. I heard his presentation live here in Seattle. I even bought the DVD. I was very much enlightened by it and I recommend that everybody, Republican or Democrat, watch it. Throughout his presentation, he kept saying that this is actually a moral issue, not a political issue, and we owe it to our children to do something about our planet now so they and future generations will enjoy it for years to come.

Thanks, Anderson, for all your reporting. Take care.
Posted By Anonymous Lilibeth, Edmonds, WA : 3:01 PM ET
25 piece of luggage made it from one airport to another all in one piece.....there is headline news if I ever heard it :) Now if it can happen in SouthEast Asia, why can't it happen here in North America?!?!?!?

Glad to hear you and the team made it to Cambodia safely. This series has been so great and I can't wait to see what else you have in store for us.

Hopefully the person at the check-in counter coming back from Cambodia will not give you all the same look - although I do have to give them credit where credit is do.....they sometimes have to deal with some stange circumstances.

Anderson, 4 blogs in a row - this is awesome :)
Posted By Anonymous Megan O. Toronto, ON, Canada : 3:05 PM ET
Puting aside your inclination to be in the news as a macho man and being a "star"; no taking into account that you are an american self vested, of course, with the high moral ground, forgetting that as an anglo you are sure the american way is the right and the best; let's forget your simplicity to engage very complex problems,the problem it is not a poor thailandese feeding himself or his familly by selling exotic animals.
Do your brain has the range to know where is the real problem?
In the hundred of thousand of demented "americans ways" who has the money, the will and the cruelty to buy them.
It is the same with paesants growing coca plants or amapolas for heroin.
As far this drug addicted country has the thirst to use and the money to buy drugs somebody is going to harvest them and sell them to them.
Posted By Anonymous Carlos J. Sevilla M. Miami-Florida : 3:10 PM ET
Hi Anderson,
I'm always afraid of losing my one bag when I fly, I can't imagine worrying about 25 of them!
Your shows this week have been really good, I've been glued to the tv every night.
You know if Pres Bush doesn't have anything to hide over the firings....why then can Karl Rove and Harriet Miers only be talked to behind closed doors and with no recordings or transcripts? That doesn't exactly inspire trust now does it?

Thanks for keepin them honest--someone has to!

Stay safe.
See you tonight.
Posted By Anonymous Jessica, Milwaukee WI : 3:16 PM ET
What a witty catchline. My first thought was..."Since when did annoying airline personnel become news awareness material?"

Thanks for reporting injustices and ill-treatment of others with an uncompromising level of integrity.
Posted By Anonymous Carrie, Laurel, MS : 3:28 PM ET
At least it did not need to be decanted into clear plastic bags !

I am sure you will all be pleased to get home. Have a great trip.
Posted By Anonymous Sarah, Canterbury, UK : 3:43 PM ET
I'd be a horrible 360 crew member. I once packed a (small) suit case just full of shoes.
Posted By Anonymous Kimberly, Los Angeles CA : 3:53 PM ET
It seems as though former politicians do more passionate work once they are out of office, like Al Gore, Clinton, etc... Kudos to him for taking a stance on environmental issues. Will you have him on the program for "Planet in Peril" segments? I'd like to hear his thoughts on everything from trafficking to global warming to the purge of prosecutors.

I can't wait for Cambodia because 25 bags worth should certainly be a good show!
Posted By Anonymous Aruna, Minneapolis, MN : 4:02 PM ET
Nice to hear someone in the States paying attention to human rights issues. I spent most of my adult life in Switzerland and they always liked to remind me that Americans have a tendancy to stick their heads in the sand concerning anything happening outside our borders.
Posted By Anonymous Naomi Schroeper-Couch, Battle Creek, MI. : 4:07 PM ET
Wow, this has got to be a Guinness world record for how many times you blogged in one week.....hope you continue! I'm glad you are thinking of covering Gore's warning to Congress. His analogy that our planet's peril is like a baby having a fever captured my attention! I'm sure there will be many conflicting views and commentary around his speech today.
Posted By Anonymous Jolene, St. Joseph, MI : 4:13 PM ET
I am always amazed by the fact that you all never stop. If I got as little sleep as you do and had to trek across borders and onto a plane with 25 cases, I think I would be too exhausted to ever put together a cohesive broadcast. The stories you are covering are so important and under-reported and I am so thankful that CNN has allowed you and your team to travel and share these things with your viewers. I am looking forward, with angst, to the continuation of "Planet in Peril." Keep up the great work. =)
Posted By Anonymous Kimberly Miller, Hiram, OH : 4:17 PM ET
Keep 'em coming, Anderson, rambling, whining, whatever you or my fellow bloggers wanna call it. Your posts are great, and they give terrific insight into you, your show, and everything you do to spotlight international issues we might otherwise never be privvy to. Thanks for everything, and keep yourself safe!
Posted By Anonymous Laura, Laredo, Texas : 4:32 PM ET
Hey 360 Gang,

I have always had the philosophy, if you want your bags to make it there, tip the Sky Caps well. My husband and I always have this debate. I tip big at the check in counter. Obviously you all abide by the same principals.
My luck hasn't run out yet, knock on wood.

Hey, any new nicknames this trip? I thought of one for Neil based on his hidden camera display the other night -- burly boy.

I don't know if that violates the CNN Company Code of Conduct but hey, at my office, it would fly. Okay, Neil, just kidding I hope you know.

We look forward to another interesting and thought provoking event. Okay, I really need to get a life!
Posted By Anonymous Renee Bradenton, FL : 4:36 PM ET
I understand that on tonights show you will cover the Chicago bartender beating story. I just wanted to comment that this was a very disgracful act by this man. Particularly outrageous to myself and hopefully many others is the fact that there were other bystanders that did nothing. What a cowardice world we live for people to not try to step in and help. I am sickened at the lack of moral judgedment that this country at times seems to exhibit.
Posted By Anonymous Thomas, Kansas City, MO : 4:46 PM ET
To Mandy:

Really your gushing belongs on a fansite, there are lots of places for you to go and be enthralled and discuss important topics like the squeeing schoolgirl you wish you still were. Those places you can gush about his tie and lovely prose dedicated just to you.

But some of us live in the real world. You make yourself look like a fool.
Posted By Anonymous Em, Toronto, Ontario, Canada : 5:09 PM ET

This is fascinating reporting. Why won't CNN let you have more air time for these Planet in Peril stories? If they are taking the time and spening the money to send a crew over there and put you through the riggers of nutty travel and work schedule, the least they could do is actually spend more of the two hour broadcast on your features. We can check up on the regular day's news on any of the other programs on CNN before and after 360 while you are on these special assignments. Or, as book ends to your reports in Asia. Hearing you talk about the missing boy scout while standing in a market in Thailand seems kind of pointless except that the weather is warmer there.

I'm glad the kid is safe!!! But if you're in Thailand, then lets hear about Thailand, PLEASE!

Travel safe and looking forward to tonight's broadcast from Cambodia!
Posted By Anonymous Shannon, High River, Alberta : 5:34 PM ET
Hi AC! Hope you were able to catch some Z's on the plane. I loved the hidden camera. James Bond has nothing on Jeff and Neil. When I first saw their story I wondered how humanely the animals were hunted and killed-probably a stupid question. At least seeing the baby elephant and polar bear allowed to survive made me smile! These nations are really in bad shape if families must sell their children to survive. Does their government recognize the problems or are they just turning their backs? Great reporting so far!
Posted By Anonymous Kathy Chicago,Il : 5:34 PM ET
Today's news featured the atrocity of using children in suicide car bombings, but frankly those kids are lucky compared to being sold into child sexual slavery. I was disappointed to see how everyone was just "sickened" by this. I'm sickened every day by what happens to children in this world. The US is fighted the WRONG WAR. Keep up the good fight.
Posted By Anonymous Kim, Midland, Michigan : 5:35 PM ET

Who was behind you in line? I hope they were patient. The closest to agony at the counter that I have experienced is when my daughter was returning to China and had an overweight suitcase and a supposedly incorrect Visa. We negotiated for 45 minutes as the line behind us grew. All the other attendants had gone on break right when we showed up and there was only one counter open. I apologized to the folks standing line and the only comments I got were don't worry about it. We understand. This is what we expect when we travel today--delays and lines.

That said I am very proud of going carry on this week to the East Coast with a bag that I could actually lift by myself to the overhead bin. A first to me. The secret--only take one extra pair of shoes. Looking forward to the broadcast tonight. Stay healthy and wear your sunscreen.
Posted By Anonymous Charlotte D, Stockton CA : 5:38 PM ET
Hi Anderson!

An even better way to annoy them is to put six cand of silly string in your bag (I know this from personal experience after a school trip in eighth grade).

Keep up the great work. The stories from Thailand are amazing!
Posted By Anonymous Ashley, Louisville, KY : 5:57 PM ET
Dear Anderson,

You are like the bunny that keeps goin', and goin', and goin'...... Thanks for your stories, which once again are very informative! I also thank you for your insight into what is involved in your travels. I thought you guys just hopped on a plane and flew somewhere. Who knew just how many details went into just setting up a shot - my sincerest - WOW! Keep up the good work, and have a safe trip.
Posted By Anonymous liz, Chino Hills, CA : 6:02 PM ET
Anderson, I bet you'll be glad to get home. I hate to say this, but I think I enjoyed your broadcast from Brazil better than this one. I liked the interaction with the animals. Especially the sloth! I'll be watching.
Posted By Anonymous Jess, Paris, KY : 6:21 PM ET
Shouldn't CNN provide you with private planes for such trips?
Posted By Anonymous Jack, Montauk, NY : 6:37 PM ET
Hi Anderson!

How to annoy an airline check-in counter? Um, walk up to the desk??? That usually does it, in my experience. No matter how much we smile and try to be friendly, they still seem to be annoyed. I cannot imagine entrusting the expensive equipment you have to an THAT is trust in your fellow man, clearly you guys are optimistic! I surely hope that they take special care with things like that.

Anderson this week has been incredible so far. From your very frequent posts (yay!) to the informative and important stories that you are presenting...FANTASTIC and keep them coming. Can't wait to see what y'all are up to tonight.

Glad to see Jeff will be with you (watch your back). :) Also very interested in the Al Gore piece. Good stuff.

Hope y'all get some rest. Thanks again for all of your sleepless hours and hard work.

All The Best!
Posted By Anonymous Pati McMillan, Camp Hill, PA : 6:38 PM ET
A couple of thoughts from last who have sex with children and teens for the thrill of it are predatory men. That's just sick. The fact that these kids' families put them into this life just has to be pretty desperate. I remember when "One Night in Bangkok" came out in the 1980's. I was in high school, and my parents and I had this coversation about the song and Bangkok during the Vietnam War and about how the sex and drug industry there was wrong then. And how it will always be wrong. It's sickening that it is still happening over forty years later and no one in power seems to think there's a problem. Just a bit unbelievable. Of course people prostitute their own kids and partners in America for drugs and not a lot gets done here, either, but that's another story already covered.

Keep exposing the atrocities done to people and animals. Somebody has to listen and take action eventually. If there was no profit, no one would be engaging in the trafficking. If there was no demand, there would be no supply. Simple economics. Harder to change in reality...I guess tiger pelts are a fashion statement somewhere for some foresaken reason. I always thought they were much prettier on the tiger.

It's amazing how much of a sheltered, privileged bubble I live in most days where the world is perfect Pollyannaesque. It's always good to get the reality check as I am this week and understand that we all have to do our part to change it for those who don't live in the privileged bubble.
Posted By Anonymous TA Cheramie, Berwick, LA : 7:15 PM ET
Glad to hear that you and your 25 cases made it. When I was flying home from Scotland they lost my suitcase. Of course the one with all my clothes in it, They did not lose the one with my odds and ends. It is good that they were able to transport all of yours safely,Looking foward to your show tonite. Good to hear that Jeff will be on tonite. It sounds like you are not getting any sleep. Please try to get some rest.Take Care
Posted By Anonymous Terrie Ford Prince George, VA : 7:17 PM ET
The shows have been great this week--I'm glad to see more correspondents covering different angles of this story, and especially appreciative of the insightful blog entries you've granted to us. It's been pretty difficult to watch such indignities against human and animal life, particularly the young woman with the swollen eye who'd been brutalized, and the elephants with missing limbs, but it needs to be uncovered for the sake of possible (and necessary) progress and change. Warm thanks to you and your crew/correspondents for taking risks and exposing issues at the heart of the source. That extraordinary effort is what keeps me a loyal viewer of 360; keep up the wonderful work, and stay safe and blessed.
Posted By Anonymous Candace Williams, Las Cruces, NM : 7:18 PM ET
Hi Anderson
25 bags,really? Maybe it's time to ask CNN for a private plane. I'm looking forward to the show.
Posted By Anonymous Moises ER, Dallas, TX : 9:26 PM ET
To Em in Canada:
I'm pretty sure there are pills you could take for your condition. If not, maybe you could score some good crack. Then maybe you wouldn't be so angry and bitter. Get a life. Or maybe check out some other blogs-it's obvious you've got issues with this one.
Posted By Anonymous Debbie, Denham Springs, LA : 9:47 PM ET

As long as a compulsion for perverion exists in the world (Thailand), Cambidia where ever , not much will change, you can almost attribute the sickness with the slap on the hand penalties these counties sometimes attempt to carry out, as long as the sentences are light and fail to serve as a deterrent the trafficking will continue. I saw your contribution on 60 Minutes , I concider watchng American Idol"to human torture" you have to be brain dead, better word Buffoonery , Where is Jeff corwin's Blogg??? Anderson, I hope you've gotten some sleepy"

Posted By Anonymous Maritza Munoz San Jose, Ca : 11:09 PM ET

It sounds like quite a challenge moving around with all your gadgets, but you all make it look easy when we see your program.

As always we are in constant awe of your flawless team work and coordination.
Posted By Anonymous H. San Francisco, CA : 11:13 PM ET
How to annoy an airline check-in counter? (there are people that work that counter, love, so say "How to Annoy Airline Check-In Counter Employees" They have really crappy jobs, so be nice.) If you have the urge to REALLY annoy them? forget the 25 bags. Travel with at least two kids under age 8. That will send them running for the hills.
Posted By Anonymous Lori, Chapel Hill, NC : 11:30 PM ET
As always, I appreciate the light You bring to us regarding many important issues, I do however believe Cambodia's problems arose from an invasion Of an outside country. Prior To that War, The country was untouched for thousands of years. Similar stories may come from Iraq in 25 to 50 years as well.
Posted By Anonymous william Little gulfport fl : 11:46 PM ET
So it took five of you and 25 cases to annoy the check-in person at the airport? That's nothing. I can do that all by myself with only one bag. :) Seriously, this week's focus on the Planet in Peril is excellent. Safe travels to all of you, and your 25 cases.
Posted By Anonymous Wendy, Hammond, IN : 1:37 AM ET
why is it that when you challenge people in their job, they get annoyed or frazzled?

I think it is hillarious that they got annoyed, with your team checking in so many bags. Next, time be sure to mark all of them 'fragile' and really work them up. Its good to test the patience of people
Posted By Anonymous Deep, Allentown PA : 1:51 AM ET
Dear Anderson

[When we speak of the trafficking of humans, we should call it what it is: slavery. I think it's a good point. The word trafficking is kind of antiseptic, clinical.]

When I was a teenager, Newsweek reported human slavery around the world. I remember shockingness which I felt in my bones, and it still gives me the cold creeps.

Thank you for stimulating stories. I learn a lot from 360 team. By the way, you are so close to South Korea... See you on CNN international!
Posted By Anonymous Guihyun Nahm from South Korea : 7:16 AM ET
Only 25 pieces? :)

That lady at the counter should be glad you all are nice people. It is much easier to deal with luggage than rude passengers!
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