For my brothers’ birthday weekend we embarked on an unplanned adventure across New York City using CitiBikes. Due to their 30-minute check-in rule, we were required to find a CitiBike station to temporarily dock our bikes every thirty minutes, or we’d be punished with overage fees of approximately a billion US dollars per minute. As a result, this made us feel as if we were in a video game where we’d lose one of our “lives” if we didn’t arrive at each checkpoint in time. By the end of this CitiBiking video game, we were thoroughly exhausted from riding from midtown Manhattan, through Little Italy, up Chinatown, across the Brooklyn Bridge, through the DUMBO neighborhood, and then back to our starting point. After spending a day with a bike, I have solidified my love for effortless, sweatless, automobile transportation and will stick with cars as my primary mode of long-distance transport for the foreseeable future!
My wonderful aunt had her wedding yesterday and I was invited to be a part of it. As a groomsman I couldn’t bring along a camera with me, but I managed to sneak a couple of shots via my trusty iPhone.
Note: I did not catch the garter belt, so I don’t have to worry about a wedding of my own in the near future!
This post is for the .0000007% of the earth’s population who own a Tesla Model S.
The people as Tesla put together a brilliant vehicle with lots of hidden features (like the ability to play any song in the world), but it can be a daunting task for a new Model S owner to find all of these things. This is why I have gathered a list of the best not-so-widely-known vehicle features and have committed to host and update the file on this site indefinitely for anyone to review and become acquainted with their car.
So don’t cry, new Model S owner…I am here to help you become familiar with your new computer system on wheels! Navigate to
Geremology.com/tesla and enjoy the journey of exploring your new spaceship!
** Many thanks to the Tesla Motors Club for providing the content for the document! **