Cambrian: Opinion

April 3, 2014 6:27 PM

Coming to Cambria: That ’70s moment

There’s something strangely disconnecting when you’re flying 6 miles above the Earth’s surface. Or, perhaps it’s because I’m keenly aware this flight is a life-altering one. Many readers have read of the previous five days of trial and tribulation. This past week, I have wished for access to a private jet. Where is Warren Buffet when you need him?

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