Tag Archives: Poland

Behind the Iron Curtain: Belarus

I recently had the fortune of traveling to the last dictatorship in Europe: Belarus. For those of you who don’t know the Who, What, Where, When, Why, or How of Belarus, allow me to share: Belarus is medium-sized European nation … Continue reading

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Gravity is Everywhere

Allow me to take you to Wrocław, Poland circa 2008.  As is the case with many of my anecdotes, this one took place during my youthfully irresponsible days backpacking around Europe.  Oh how blessed was the epoch of self-negligence… Poland had … Continue reading

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Always Trust Strangers

Never trust strangers. 99.99%* of people out there are not out to rob you, rape you, kill you, or do you any harm in any way.  But what about the 00.01%?  They’re lurking in the streets, right?  RIGHT? Let me … Continue reading

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