Anonymous asked: What are some must sees in Italy? What did you do there?


Ah hi! Well, when I went to Italy, the only place I actually saw was Florence- I spent a week there with my family and then we returned home, which was too bad because I would have loved to see Venice and Rome, but there wasn’t enough time. But Florence was absolutely lovely. The streets are narrow and cobblestone, and there’s all these cute shops and restaurants and it’s such a nice, walkable city, one you can really get lost in. Some things specifically that I would recommend in Florence would be the Duomo, which we didn’t climb, but there’s a bell tower (the Campanile) next to it that we climbed and it was very excruciating but very worth it! The view of the city is spectacular. The main ‘town square’ of Florence is the Piazza della Signoria, and it’s a good meeting spot as well as close by to numerous other museums and attractions, like the Uffizi and the Galleria dell’Accademia. My favorite thing about Florence was the bridges, though- the Pontes. The town is separated by the Arno River, and there are all these bridges connecting each side. The best bridge was the Ponte Vecchio, and it’s covered and lined with stores and is basically just like a market and it’s so beautiful and lit up at night. We also basically used this week in Florence as a food tour, and went to a different gelato place every day to find the best one (which was this one). But yeah, Florence was wonderful and quaint and artistic and I would love to go back- we always talk about it in my family so I hope it happens!

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5 Things I Learned as an Anonymous TSA Blogger

#5. Staying Completely Anonymous Was Such a Pain in the Ass That I Gave Up Trying

WikiLeaks recommends that its informants use Tor for anonymity. That’s what I used to run my site for the first couple months, operating online with a masked IP address, thinking it was a watertight guarantee of anonymity, until I learned that it doesn’t really guarantee shit. Then there’s the fact that the Internet doesn’t take kindly to people with masked IP addresses. Try logging into Gmail while signed into Tor and you’ll discover that Gmail instantly locks you out. Trying to build and operate a WordPress blog with a masked IP address is like trying to play piano wearing boxing gloves. Features are stripped to the bare minimum, and loading times are in 1990s territory.

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excellent story and good blogging tips. This reminds me of when I blogged about my 11th grade English class on blogger, and got exposed to the teacher by a classmate who didn’t like me, lol

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In 1971, a thief broke into a house and was shot in the legs by a trap set up by the homeowner. The thief then sued for damages–and won.

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For your Easter delectation: Marshmallow Peeps in vacuum.

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