Tag Archives: Passports

Getting Your Walking Papers

As of January 2011, only 37% of all American citizens possess that little blue book with the eagle on the cover. That’s a whole lotta people not getting fly! By age thirty, everyone should have a government-issued passport. If you … Continue reading

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Getting Your Walking Papers: Price-Increase Edition

If you’ve slept on getting that little blue book, the price tag’s gone up quite a bit as of today. But you still can’t put a price tag on the personal development and enjoyment that comes from international travel, and … Continue reading

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Getting Your Walking Papers

By age thirty, most everyone should have a passport. If you are over thirty and don’t have one, I won’t waste any time criticizing (triflin…). I’ll just say that there’s no better time than now to start the process, and … Continue reading

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