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New Music Added:  April 2018 Playlist
2 Apr. 2018
New Music Added: April 2018 Playlist
Good tunes, good times One of my favorite things to do while traveling is finding new music. In a few weeks I’ll be traveling through a big chunk of Eastern Europe.  Some of the music choices in this month’s playlist are inspired by that trip.  The first track from Irma Sokhadze is a classic from
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New Music Added:  March 2018 Playlist
4 Mar. 2018
New Music Added: March 2018 Playlist
March 2018 Playlist A playlist that includes music from Brazil, Jamaica, Italy, Nigeria, Sweden, England, and U.S.A.  I’m a big fan of classic Brazilian and Reggae music so those songs often make it into my playlists.  Tallest Man on Earth (Sweden) was my favorite band/musician a few years ago.  I saw him in concert at
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Best New Manufactured Spending Blog of 2017?
13 Feb. 2018
Best New Manufactured Spending Blog of 2017?
Embarrased Even with a moniker like MillionMileGuy, I’m not much into self promotion.  The moniker was chosen mostly for fun, but also because it’s an accurate way of looking at my award point accumulation and outlook each year.  Earning a million award points was my first big goal in the points and miles hobby, and
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New Music Added:  February 2018 Playlist
11 Feb. 2018
New Music Added: February 2018 Playlist
Pump Up the Jam(s) I enjoy music, audio and video.  When I was creating my website, I wanted to have some of those aspects included.  When I travel, I pick up on various media pretty quickly.  Some of it’s amazing, some okay, others aren’t so great.  With that said, I’m trying to add new music
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Cape Town Running Out Of Water
28 Jan. 2018
Cape Town Running Out Of Water
Running Dry It’s a paradox that a seaside city is running out of water, but that’s what is happening to Cape Town, South Africa.  The city has a population of 3.7 million people and is one of the most beautiful cities in the world.  In roughly 50 countries of travel, it’s the most scenic city
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Travel Bag Review: Wandrd Hexad Access Duffel
21 Jan. 2018
Travel Bag Review: Wandrd Hexad Access Duffel
New Rooster in the Hen House? I geeked out a little on travel bags this year.  Some small start ups, usually advertising through Kickstarter and other crowdfunding sources, seemed to have some innovative bags that grabbed my attention.  I was drawn in enough to order a few of these seemingly “best bags” with hopes of
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Edina Public Schools Overtaken By Leftism
11 Jan. 2018
Edina Public Schools Overtaken By Leftism
Another One Bites The Dust Before I start, it’s important to point out that I’m distinguishing between the Left and liberals in this country.  There is a vast different between the two, with liberals having much more in common with conservatives than with the Left.  For more clarity on the different between the Left and
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Post Office Still Alive For Manufactured Spend
30 Dec. 2017
Post Office Still Alive For Manufactured Spend
Dead? There are tons of points blogs out there that break news, and get information out to hobbyists quickly.  I’m thankful that they do, and many do an excellent job of it.  On November 3, 2017 major points sites like Flyertalk, DoctorofCredit, FrequentMiler and many others claimed that the the Post Office wasn’t viable for manufacture...
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