Friday Inspiration, Vol. 15

If you are not one of the 3 million people who have watched this already, please allow me to encourage you to set aside 4 minutes and 49 seconds to do so:

Andrew McLean looks back on the 25-year tradition of the Dawn Patrol, since, you know, he’s been dawn patrolling that long.

Beautiful feature on about bikepacking the Silverton-to-Durango section of the Colorado Trail.

This is the best thing I’ve ever seen containing the phrase “how to lose weight” in the title.

I don’t know if I’d say this “Guide to Pizza Styles of America” is 100% exhaustive (as the author admits), but it’s good to see someone celebrating the diversity of pizza in this country.

“At the very heart of democratic civil society is the idea that we don’t stop talking to one another, even when—perhaps especially when—the conversation is frustrating and seems futile. Why? Because ending the conversation is tantamount to ending the relationship, and when the relationship ends, everything hardens, polarization reigns, and your opponents turn into your enemies.”
-David Blankenhorn, The Seven Habits of Highly Depolarizing People


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