17.12.2012 [New York Times] - ... most worried. My kids and wife were doing pretty well. When we landed, I told them I was driving to Vancouver. I'm sure my kids thought I was just being funny. I wasn't. By Steve McMichael, as told to Joan Raymond. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
10.12.2012 [New York Times] - If someone snapped a picture of me stuffing myself, it would be a nightmare and up on YouTube in about three seconds. My airport rule is, stay away from the junk. By Jared Fogle, as told to Joan Raymond. E-mail: joan .raymond @nytimes .com
04.12.2012 [New York Times] - ... is cheap doesn't mean it's bad. It just could be interesting. I don't need a spa. I don't need a masseuse. I don't need room service. But I still think soap is a really nice touch. By Nick Balletta, as told to Joan Raymond. E-mail: joan.raymond
26.11.2012 [New York Times] - The mother and her young daughter looked at me, relieved. This was a landing no one on the plane would ever forget. Our flight had a soundtrack, and it was perfectly written. By Bruce Welty, as told to Joan Raymond. E-mail: email@example.com
10.01.2012 Raymonde-mail of January 10, 2012. Transcription of “Listen for a Change” interview with Diana Claitor. Layla Fry: Well, thank you for being here, Diana. I'm very excited to hear about your story.