More than all the comforts of home

Posted: Thursday, February 14, 2002

Hello from SLC,

Somebody remind me to call down to personnel when I get back. I've got to see what I can do about getting these same working conditions back in Savannah.

Covering the Olympics can mean long days, whether you're chasing lugers up a mountain or curlers out in the suburbs. But let's be honest, it beats digging ditches. And they make it as easy as possible for you.

Want to eat? There are about 15 different food placed at the Main Media Center, offering everything from fruit smoothies to veal shanks. Don't know something? There are four information counters at the MMC, because journalists shouldn't be trusted to actually look something up. Feel a mess? There's even a full-service salon, in case you desperately need a new bouffant on Day 12 of the Olympics. (I go there every day!)

And check this out. If you want to unwind, you just have to stop by the lobby and get a massage. For free.

Works for me. We don't need that security desk at the Morning News office, anyway.


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