The Night Is Another World

Have you noticed that crazy comes out at night? As an Uber driver and a person who genuinely enjoys experiencing the world in as many angles as possible, I’ve noticed. “Nothing good happens after midnight”, is only true depending on how “good” is defined. I think the most exciting times happen after midnight.

I think all of this began when I was allowed to stay out later in the evening in my teen years. There’s a…

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