These days it seems like everyone has been to Machu Picchu. Your friends plaster selfies of themselves at the famous lost city with the same enthusiasm of Hollywood directors showing their latest imagining of some two-bit hoodlum slaughtering Batman's parents.
There is nothing more satisfying than visiting an apple orchard on a brisk, autumn day.
Last night I ended my ceaseless perusal of Amazon Prime films by settling on a little known Bradly Cooper vehicle from 2008 entitled The Midnight Meat Train.
The problem with social media is that people give glimpses of themselves you'd prefer not to see. It's like living next to a neighbor who has a bay window in his bathroom and no curtains.
Our War by Craig DiLouie is a novel about a civil war that breaks out when a corrupt president refuses to leave office after impeachment.
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