Travelogue Epilogue

The Travelogue series recounts a seventeen-day-long cross-country road trip I took at age 21 with two college friends. We started in Charlotte, NC, and ended up two weeks and 8,000 miles later in Los Angeles, CA. The previous 18 posts in the series are taken verbatim from a handwritten journal I laboriously kept on the trip. Names have been changed, but the rest is absolute, 100%, unedited truth.


I wouldn’t do it again.

I know. Call me crazy. It was the trip of a lifetime. But if I could take it back and never have gone, I would.

I loved America. I loved the variety of the cities, the rural areas, the topographies, the animals, the trees, the people especially. But I went with the wrong people, at the wrong time, in the wrong way. Continue reading “Travelogue Epilogue”


Free to Choose

By: Milton and Rose Friedman
Subject Matter: Capitalism; Welfare state; Industry and state
Rating: 2/5

Free to Choose

Oh yeah. Look at that stud.

Free to Choose is a “personal statement” from the late 1970s about economic policy. Continue reading “Free to Choose”