First, I want to thank you for doing all the things that you do. Roofs, Floors, Doors, Sinks, Toilets, Showers, and Lights; for the most part you get these things right. But what’s up with these pillows? These pillow are all wrong. Wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong. Sure, by definition they are pillows: “sealed bags stuffed with soft material”, but they are not comfortable, and comfort is really the name of the game when you’re talking about pillows. It’s not like you’re dealing with new technology here. I’ll give you WiFi, for a few more years I am going to expect your WiFi to be inconsistent. It’s only been around for a decade or so.“But pillow tech is ancient: Mongols had em, Hittites had them, I mean cavemen were probably pondering the secret of fire while laying their heads on an appropriately formed pile of mud or leaves.”KVH
But the pillows you’re putting in rooms completely disregard aeons of pillow development. And it’s not just one brand of hotel that has decided spit in the face of comfort, but all of you. Why?
This feels a little like a conspiracy, but I can’t see the end game? Are you so sure that we can’t do without your services that we’ll just continue to pay you to sleep on your crappy pillows? Maybe you’re simply misguided. I’ll admit that these overstuffed pillows look great all lined up dutifully on the bed, maybe you did a focus group on pillows and you didn’t go far enough, you asked people to consider what the pillows look like and not what they feel like and figured, eh, that’s good enough. Whatever the case, you have made a grave error by backing the overstuffed pillow.
These overstuffed bricks are anything but comfortable. Yes, the neck can, if need be, bend at a 90 degree angle, but it shouldn’t stay in that position. Like the 90 is a temporary thing. Keeping the neck in such a position can get really uncomfortable, and this is the opposite of what a pillow should do. See what I’m saying? The pillows that you’re supplying are disgracing the history of the pillow. It sucks. Please reconsider your approach to the pillow, because we don’t want to lose anymore sleep over it.
Getting to the start of the race on time.
Having our friend Rebecca Gates on board as our guest Audio Expert.
Rebecca’s blue Rajneesh outfit.
Finding the Sour Gummy Bears in the center console just before departing the car for a two hour immersion in the House of Pain.
The fact that Eric Slack,one of the original Exergy guys, is on Team Jelly Belly and we get to yell at him!
Daniel’s flash was being a dick.
The start of the race.
Having to endure the tired licentiousness of the House of Pain for two hours.
The flat, bright, uncompromising white mountain light.
Facts Courtesy of Wikipedia
- Name Origin: From trees around the city.
- Country: USA
- State: Colorado
- Region: Western Slope
- County: Pitkin
- River: Roaring Fork River
- Elevation: 7,890 ft (2,405 m)
- Highest Point: At SW corner of city boundary (8,460 ft – 2,579 m)
- Lowest Point: Roaring Fork at N corner of city (7,660 ft – 2,335 m)
- Area: 3.5 square miles (9 square kilometers)
- Population: 6,658
- Density: 1,900 / square mile (734 / square kilometer)
- Settled: 1879
- Incorporated: 1881
- Government: Home Rule Municipality, council-manager (Aspen City Hall, 7,940 ft – 2,420 m)
- Mayor: Steve Skadron
- City Manager: Steve Barwick
- Timezone: MST/MDT (UTC-7/UTC-6)
- ZIP Codes: 81611, 81612 (PO Boxes)
- Area Code: 970
- Exchanges: 920-925
- INCITS Place Code: 0803620
- GNIS Feature ID: 0204686