EXTREME CONTENT WARNING! This post on the Upper Peninsula of Michigan is most definitely R-rated.
The Taiwanese are so friendly it’s almost off-putting. People helped us without needing to be asked, going out of their way so that we didn’t have any trouble.
You often hear about how there are two types of baseball fans in America: the die-hards and the casual fans. We expected this to hold true in Tokyo. We were wrong. The rabidity of the fans at the Tokyo Dome proved that we sure as hell weren’t in Kansas City anymore.
INFRASTRUCTURE rocks a huge crowd at Johnny D’s in Davis Square!
Featuring excerpts from “The West,” “Teardown Kings,” “F#,” “The Old World,” and more…
San Diego is huge: over a million people. It used to be in Mexico. The weather attracts young adults and bums from pretty much all of the southwest.
A year ago, I grew very tired of whatever I had been doing. I decided to engage some temporary manifest destiny and go west. Thanks to the graciousness of my host, I was able to explore San Diego and its vast desert backyard. This is what I saw.