Category Archives: Flatlanders

Artificial Winter

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5 Ways You Know Your City Hates You

Poor drainage. Overcrowded public transportation. Absurd tickets. It plagues you with the Blue Angels at Fleet Week every year. It charges you to get into the city, but doesn’t charge you to leave.

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City Life

Three things I saw this weekend that are unique to city life. A bum riding a shopping cart down a steep hill. Naked bicyclists. A cafe that sells both coffee and erotic toys. That’s the convenience of city life — … Continue reading

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Cities and Mountains

Once upon a time, I was born and raised in a small mountain town. Now I live in a city. They aren’t really that different. The topography is similar. Cities and mountain towns both have tall things. The people who … Continue reading

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