How can I afford to discount an already free product? By slashing frivolous, unnecessary expenses—no more pet insurance, beer vending machine, full-size mechanical bull, or government-mandated healthcare plans. Yet even those cuts weren’t enough, so I had to eliminate more business-critical stuff.
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SAN FRANCISCO, CA – News Wire (08/01/2019) On October 1st, 2019, the CrosbyReport™ and its subsidiaries will be closing down West Coast operations and moving back to Florida. The company intends to refocus its efforts on a new core mission of relaxing, tanning, and crafting fine, travel-based entertainment.
Recently, someone said to me, “Hey, you look like a paranoid nerd. How can I stay safe online?” to which I replied, “It’s easy, Mom” and then went off on a rant about every American’s Fourth Amendment right to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects.
As a frequent traveler, I’ve learned that oversleeping is generally detrimental to catching early morning flights, not to mention keeping a day job to pay for the trips. So waking up reliably is key and that’s why I’ve spent the last few decades in an ongoing search for the world’s best alarm clock radio.
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I’m sure he didn’t set out to save the world, but Anil Polat, a blogger and computer security engineer who’s been traveling around the world for the past seven years, has done just that. Sort of. I’m sure he didn’t set out to save the world, but Anil Polat, a blogger and computer security engineer who’s been traveling around the world for the past seven years, has done just that.
In what can only be seen as a gross misinterpretation of airline passenger fears, a man recently invented a way to ostensibly make commercial flight safer for nervous passengers that only scares the crap out of them more. In what can only be taken as a gross misinterpretation of airline passenger fears, Tatarenko Vladimir Nikolaevich recently invented a way to ostensibly make commercial flight safer for nervous passengers that will only succeed in scaring the crap out of them even more.
Traveling today can kill hours of your life that you’ll never get back. And what better way to spike your blood pressure than by knowing exactly how much of your life is slipping through your fingers right down to the second.
Citymapper is by far my new favorite app for travel. If nothing else, it saves me from having to constantly ask directions, butchering the local language and coming off like another illiterate, bone-headed American tourist. The user interface couldn’t be easier to figure out and use.