2011: The Birth of a Miles and Points Addict! - Extra Pack of Peanuts. 2011 was an especially interesting year for me in regards to miles and points; namely because before March of last year, I had absolutely no idea how frequent flyer programs worked, didn’t own a credit card, and probably had too much time on my hands.
I was as green to the miles and points world as any person in America. Wow, what a difference a year makes! Boy was I green before 2011! The Genesis It all began with a post by Chris Guillebeau at his blog, the Art of Non-Conformity. And that, my friends, is when the obsession really began. Put Me In Coach, I’m Ready for this Game! In late May, I was finally ready to pull the trigger. Whoops! This whole time, I had mistakenly believed that my credit would be fine, seeing as I had a mortgage I always paid and didn’t have any outstanding debts, or so I thought. The First of Many After 2 months, I was able boost my score into the mid 700’s, high enough to get in the game. An App-O-Rama? End Of The Year Scorecard Miles from sign-up bonuses: 460k.
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The number of points may be only the 4 cardinal points, or the 8 principal points adding the intercardinal (or ordinal) directions northeast (NE), southeast (SE), southwest (SW), and northwest (NW). In meteorological usage further intermediate points are added to give the sixteen points of a wind compass. Finally, at the most complete in European tradition, are found the full thirty-two points of the mariner's compass. In ancient China 24 points of the compass were used. Compass points Compass point names A 32-wind compass card, with English names The names of the 32-wind compass rose follow these rules: - The cardinal directions are North (N), East (E), South (S), West (W), at 90° angles on the compass rose.
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