Archive for ‘travel’

November 10, 2019

How “travel influencers” get huge freebies

by allthoughtswork

The word “influencer” is starting to piss me off.

You’re not a thought leader, sweetie, you’re a naive, disposable aphid getting milked by the ladybugs of industry. Tick, tock.

October 17, 2019

Where to be a cheap date

by allthoughtswork

Mapping the Price of Beer Around the World

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That was 2018. Alcoholism has gotten even more expensive since then.

September 30, 2019

Best. Job. Ever.

by allthoughtswork

They say do what you love. Top this.

September 19, 2019

Ever wonder how American Airlines has stayed in business so long?

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Leaked image of an aircraft’s chemtrails menu

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September 10, 2019

Just a little deadly cruise across the English Channel

by allthoughtswork

The fact that these people had to be pulled inside off the deck for their own safety tells me there are English versions of our American morons who stand out in hurricanes with selfie sticks.

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September 2, 2019

Royal Cruises is now offering the Caribbean Coffin Package!

by allthoughtswork

Just kidding, but people really ARE retiring and living on cruise ships so it’s only a matter of time.

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August 20, 2019

Fun for the whole group, just add angry bears

by allthoughtswork

We have something like this on the Oregon coast called the Rail Riders but you have to pedal the whole way because there’s no decline to provide speed, we’re already at sea level. Don’t think I’d do it, though, because they make you go as a large group which efficiently obliterates any peace, serenity, and intimate wildlife encounters you might otherwise enjoy.

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August 6, 2019

Stephen Fry, part angel, part asshole

by allthoughtswork

He’s charming and personable, to be sure, but he pans entire areas without much investigation. I mean, yeah, Miami can suck under the harsh glare of a midday sun but that’s not really when it shines, is it? Ask Will Smith….

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July 22, 2019

This was edifying and unexpected

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July 10, 2019

“Adjusting to space was a lot easier than adjusting to Earth”

by allthoughtswork

At 7 minutes in, astronaut Scott Kelly describes what a body goes through when you come back home from outer space. I get nauseated at family reunions, too, so I can relate.