Saturday, May 04, 2013

The Man Who Went Galt

This is the latest.  My buddy conveniently had a flight to the Bahamas.  I got to ride co-pilot:






No GDP was produced in the production of these pictures.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

'No GDP was produced in the production of these pictures.'

No but good feelings were, which if anything must be more important.

Theo P. said...

Well yeah. Good feelings have been fueling our economy for twenty years now. We had a whole era of those back in the 1840s and '50s, and nothing bad happened after that was over.

najdorf thrax said...

Superlative.

Anonymous said...

You in the Bahamas and your brother in China? It could very well be, going by the vibe and even appearance:

Serpentza (Forever an Ex-pat)

"Tinkering around on bikes in China, a bit of China, a bit of beer, a bit of bike maintenance. (and the occasional road trip in and around Asia)"

Anonymous said...

Damn it, what do you think you're doing?! Don't give them any ideas!
I hyper-feminized countries latch onto a concept like linking feelings with GDP, the any man making any.woman feel.bad would be a negative GDP.contributer, punishable by jail.

Anonymous said...

The country of Bhutan has something called "Gross National Happiness" (GNH). Other countries should look into it.

dannyfrom504 said...

i recognize those sandals.

Anonymous said...

What kind of airplane does your friend fly? Looks like a light twin-engine type.