This 1997 GQ spotlight on Tiger Woods is prophetic in a scary way.
In honor of it being way too cold, here’s a National Geographic article about dog-sledding.
David Brooks notices the Norwegians are very good at winter sports and uses it as an excuse to tell this absurd story.
In 1945, Kurt Vonnegut wrote this letter to his family to tell them he was alive. In it he describes an experience as a POW in Dresden very similar to that of Billy Pilgrim, the protagonist in Slaughterhouse 5.
This article compares lifestyles of people in the US spread across 6 different income brackets.
Again from Esquire, here’s a more somber piece about people in the Twin Towers facing a decision nobody wants to have to make.