Italy Vol I — Crappy Pasta and the Human Calculation

Don’t Bring Your Weak-Ass Columns in Here

Outside the obvious gift shops, there’s a notable lack of historical-integrated kitsch in Rome, that sort of unironic epochal skeuomorphism popular in the United States; you know, the kind that has actors dress as Abraham Lincoln to sell you a new mattress on President’s Day, for instance.

I’m Pretty Sure You Said “American Express”

My first day here, I had some godawful pasta. You heard that story at the start. It was cheap, it was around back of the Pantheon, they brought out strawberry wine, they only took American Express…

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Game Development Special Executive — Founding Member of the Union of Orbital Constructors 509th