The NY Times on the Geneva-Convention-violating nightmare that is modern travel.
Kristin Chenoweth would be uncomfortable on most flights longer than an hour these days.
After visiting my father in Greenville, S.C. in April, my wife and I flew to New Orleans for a few days. We quickly realized that renting a car and driving between the two cities might have cost us a couple more hours but overall would have been more pleasant. I’ve driven about ten hours straight once during a road trip through California and it was physically less demanding and more enjoyable than flying just half that amount of time cross country.
Pope Francis would pimp slap some of the people you encounter on planes today. My blood pressure, wide shoulders, and long legs can’t handle it.