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… Or… I'll be less mean to Travel WM from now onwards For a country that the car is king, and public transport is … Well… Ummm …. Patchy (that’s a nice way to…

Kollege, Community, Service and Relationships I’m going to take a tone for the serious now (for once) and talk about community and giving back (I’m sorry if I…

The weather has been wonderful in LA the last few days, up in the mid-80s for a bit. Decided to park on the top floor of the parking lot at work to enjoy the…

Downtown LA is a strange place that I rarely venture to (with the exception of Chinatown), but tonight Drew and I had a meeting in the area with Psychic Bunny…

Went downtown this morning for a meeting, and got to experience the strange combination of business class and lower class that exists in the area. You can even…

Downtown Charleston is one of the most picturesque places I've ever visited, in some ways on a par with Prague as far as unique architecture but also with an…

Central Tech is a massive high school around the corner from me. I pass the running track/playing field every day, and I figure it's a good place to get to for…

Marty and I missed our 7am flight back to Los Angeles by about 5 minutes, so we had to spend a few hours in the Denver airport waiting for the next plane. Once…

Thanks for all the nice comments, everyone! =) Hardware, no. The skydeck there is completely enclosed, except for the section seen in photo #6. That section is…

Captions courtesy Whitesnake's “Ain't no love …” Oops forgot the statutory warning: We say NO to post processing. We say NO to digital. So please don't look for…

Vicky and I went shopping downtown today, and when we got hungry we agreed that dim sum from the Golden Dragon was the way to go. Sadly I got a parking ticket…

Martyr Square in Downtown Beirut. Martyr Statue in front of Al-Amin Mosque, the final resting place of Rafik Hariri and his slain companions.
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