ColoRAD

I live in Denver, which is in Colorado. All the folks consider me pretty rad. I look like an Alex. My name is Alex.
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  • cell phones
  • dryers
  • bottled tea
  • digital watches
  • CDs
  • iTunes
  • online shopping
  • GPSs
  • pay-at-the-pump gas
  • automatic transmissions
  • email
  • divorce
  • power windows
  • digital cameras

Inferred from her new song.

Folks, this summer’s gonna be a good one:

  • Little Rock, AR, Mississippi Delta, and Memphis, TN (3 days, BBQ touring)
  • Iceland (2 weeks, tourist things)
  • Michigan (2 days, beer tour)
  • Chicago (1 week, family)
  • Asbury Park, NJ? (1 day, concert)
  • Israel (3 weeks, teaching)
  • Europe (1 week, tourist things)
  • Virginia Beach (4 days, beachin’)
  • Durham, NC (3 days, hangin’)
  • Miami? (4 days, beachin’)
It has really been a pleasure assisting you and if it’s not too much to ask from you, moving forward, always see things in a positive light. I know this may seem out of the blue but I just want to share with you how great life is when you look at things positively.
my iTunes customer service rep, who was responding to my email about refunding a movie that didn’t download

I’m* in Miami*, bitch.*

*was

*Miami Beach, Coral Gables, and Key Largo

*sorry, I’m legally obligated to write that

Broncos 24, Chargers 17. On to the next.

You know you are wonderfully comfortable in Colorado if you go to Beaver Creek and don’t ski.

On my sixth trip to New Orleans, these are some of the new things I did: went to a Saints game, braved a tough crowd to enjoy Manchu, saw New Years’ fireworks, and witnessed hundreds of ant murders.

Primanti Bros., a Pittsburgh institution, where you wait in line to eat a deli sandwich with fries and cole slaw stuffed inside. After a long morning with nothing to eat, plus that line, it tasted great!

Inspired by Dan Romero, who was apparently inspired by Jason Kottke, I constructed a list of all the cities in which I spent at least a night in 2013. Curious, I went back to my records to see how my 2012 stacked up. Technically, I visited more cities in 2012, but that was inflated by trips to Israel and Argentina.

In reverse chronological order:

  • El Calafate, Argentina
  • El Chaltén, Argentina
  • Iguazú, Argentina
  • Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Colonia del Sacramento, Uruguay
  • Hinsdale, IL*
  • Denver, CO*
  • Vail, CO*
  • Arvada, CO
  • Philadelphia, PA
  • Colorado Springs, CO*
  • Ft. Worth, TX
  • Pepper Pike, OH
  • Jerusalem, Israel
  • Tel Aviv, Israel
  • Maagan, Israel
  • Mashabei Sade, Israel
  • Ein Gedi, Israel
  • Briarcliff Manor, NY
  • New York, NY*
  • Chicago, IL*
  • Chapel Hill, NC
  • Durham, NC
  • New Orleans, LA
  • Avon, CO
  • Cripple Creek, CO
  • Boston, MA
  • Nantucket, MA

*indicates multiple visits

Inspired by Dan Romero, who was apparently inspired by Jason Kottke, I have constructed a list of all the cities in which I spent at least a night in 2013. Hey, Dan—go ahead and count ‘em up and let me know who was more traveled this year, k?

In reverse chronological order:

  • New Orleans, LA*
  • Pittsburgh, PA
  • Jones Mills, PA
  • Hinsdale, IL*
  • Denver, CO*
  • Edwards, CO*
  • Scottsdale, AZ
  • Durham, NC
  • Houston, TX
  • Rosebud, SD
  • Tulsa, OK*
  • Incline Village, NV
  • Pensacola Beach, FL
  • Florham Park, NJ
  • New York, NY
  • Chicago, IL
  • Santa Fe, NM
  • Albuquerque, NM
  • St. Louis, MO
  • Phoenix, AZ 
  • Jacksonville, FL
  • Saint Simons Island, GA*
  • Ville Platte, LA
  • Avon, CO
  • Washington, DC
  • Kansas City, MO
  • Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • El Calafate, Argentina

*indicates multiple visits

Western Pennsylvania.

Matt and Morgan joined my dad and me for breakfast last week in Chicago. What a treat!

Art out the Art Institute’s window.

He has two male teachers so this is pretty huge.

Irony.