I don't think I was thinking straight. I got stranded during a recent business trip and was tired and weary by the time I got to my hotel for the night. My plans including doing jack and squat (I watched movies on my Kindle and ordered room service. I achieved my goal of doing as little as possible.) Anyway, after FINALLY getting picked up at the airport and FINALLY checking in I ended up on an elevator with a couple of girls in the Navy. I do mean girls to because they were pretty young, but one of them looked like they were wearing a Warrant Officer insignia on their cap. W-2 maybe? Not sure what that rank is in the Navy. Anyway, as I exited the elevator I looked back at them and said "Thank you for your service". They replied in unison "Thank you!", which was pretty cool. Still, was that a weird thing to do? I run into military personnel all the time and I'm always tempted to buy them a meal or do something for them at the airport.