In a word, it’s done. That’s right, it’s finished. Finito! That is to say, I’m done writing the first draft of the “content.” Yes, after five long months, I’ve managed to commit exactly 35,247 English words and over 2,000 mostly readable sentences onto digital parchment for you, posterity, and the Ages.
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 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. You wouldn’t think it would be hard to find a clock radio with all the features I want, but then you probably don’t know me all that well.
Why would anyone want to join The CrosbyReport mailing list? That’s a question I ask myself all the time. But after a lot of soul-searching, I’ve managed to cobble together a list of potential answers below.
Do you have someone on your holiday gift list who suffers from “airplane ear,” a condition where nasal mucus blocks air flow through the eustachian tubes when there’s a pressure imbalance between their middle ear and the air around them?
Who doesn’t, amiright?
Well, now the scienticians at AirFrance have developed a high-tech, non-invasive, and orally administered solution to this sound-muffling issue.
With almost 40,000 travel-related books already published and collecting dust on people’s shelves, you wouldn’t think that the world needs even one more tome about travel—but you’d be wrong. And here’s why.