Good doggos! -Brian
A few years ago I watched this documentary on Netflix about a dead rich guy's art collection. I immediately watched it again with my wife (hi Katie!). The next day we booked tickets to Philadelphia to go see the collection for ourselves. If you don't want to read anything and want to just jump right to the documentary, it is available (at least for now) on Youtube. -Brian
omg Brian where did you find this. Touring Australia by private jet seems like it would be amazing and also seems like it would be the most pretentious thing I've ever considered doing. I'm also going to assume it's insanely expensive, considering there are no prices on the website for the jet tours. Probably one of those 'if you care about the price, you can't afford it' situations. - Calvin
Five people in all of history have held the frugal travel editor position at the NYT. Their job was / is to get dropped off in a country slightly off the beaten path and explore the best ways to enjoy that culture and location without spending a lot of money. In this fantastic article the five legacies get together to swap war stories and frugal travel tips. -Brian
Uh what??? -Brian
This is my favorite thing. Thank you for sharing, Steph.
I forced a bot to watch over 1,000 hours of Olive Garden commercials and then asked it to write an Olive Garden commercial of its own.
I'll take two please. -Brian
I'm like 50% positive I had this guy as one of my KLM pilots once. I do like the idea of the leader of a country having some actual practical utility for the country's people... unlike other countries I could name. -Brian
So there's a dude who, like all of us, read Hatchet as a kid, but unlike my HVAC loving tuchus (be careful googling how to spell tuchus by the way) he has moved into the woods and is videoing himself building a stone aged infrastructure using no metal, no tools, no power, etc. In this episode he makes a water powered forge / hammer / poundey thing. -Brian
I've traveled well over a million miles on airplanes in the last 10 years. Rolling your clothes is the ONLY way to pack for density and lack of wrinkles. But the Skivvy roll takes this to a Mr. Miyagi packing level. And if you're a millennial and don't know who Mr. Miyagi is... sweep the leg. -Brian