Archive for December, 2015

8 Things That Just Plain Annoy me about Air Travel

December 27, 2015
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8 Things That Just Plain Annoy me about Air Travel

I don’t need to tell a story to elicit sympathy for those flying through the air in a metal fart-filled box at 300 mph, but I will. We all have our pet peeves, and for some reason every last one of them boils to the surface when we’re thirsty, deprived of sleep, presented with...
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How Money Would Change My Travel Life

December 26, 2015
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How Money Would Change My Travel Life

I’ve become a little disenchanted with reading stories from The Points Guy. Although I know he still has plenty of tips to offer, and I don’t see first class award redemptions out of my reach, some of his latest pieces have been focusing on what only the elite of the elite can hope to...
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Conclusions for 2015: I had coasters

December 23, 2015
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Conclusions for 2015: I had coasters

Does anyone else find it strange we arrived in 2015 the long way around, instead of time traveling from the 80s? I still have a hard time wrapping my head around it. This year has been difficult in many ways, but also one of the happiest of my life; 2009 is probably still in...
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Guns in America: A Texan Weighs In

December 6, 2015
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Guns in America: A Texan Weighs In

There’s a gun pointed at you. You have yours out and pointed at your attacker. You’ve never aimed at a human being before, but have had hundreds of hours at the firing range and feel confident in your ability to subdue the one threatening you. Would you rather kill or be killed? The question...
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