A certain airline keeps sending me air-hotel package offers to "work from home" from Las Vegas. Forget for a moment that by the time I drove to the airport, parked, went through security, boarded a flight, arrived, got a taxi to the hotel, and so on, I could have simply gotten in my own car and driven to Las Vegas, and without having to don a face mask. But why would I even want to try to work from a hotel room in a city that's notorious for not having minibars? 🍻

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