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Lobby Bar – September 18: Secret Shopping, West of Eden, and the Mos Eisley Underwater Cantina

Lobby Bar –An Embarrassingly Silly Summary of FBT News and Views
Land down under. Christian Stampfer highlights the top five best cities to enjoy Oktoberfest. Number three on the list is Atlantis. Sure, it may take the lung capacity of a whale to swim to the bottom of the sea, but the seaweed beer down there is delicious.
i stands for impregnable. Paul Riegler delivers the low-down on iOS 9.0 and 9.1 …

Lobby Bar – September 11: Narcissism in a Crisis, Cars with Fins, Spas to Go, and Edible Computers

Lobby Bar – An Exceptionally Puny Summary of FBT News and Views
Mown over. Over Labor Day weekend, gas prices fell to their lowest in 11 years, in some locations to under $2 per gallon. Research explains that the plummeting price of gasoline is largely due to the increased usage of more fuel-efficient vehicles, specifically gasoline-powered lawn mowers, which may top out at 15 mph (24 km/h) but achieve an astounding …

Lobby Bar – August 28: Sushi Teleportation, Unconventional Driving Methods, Recording your Dreams, and Art Deco Swimming Pools

Lobby Bar –A Slightly Burnt Summary of FBT News and Views
Cleansing water. Jesse Sokolow checks into the very Art Deco Wyndham New Yorker in New York City. There is no pool or spa on the property, but the hotel thoughtfully sectioned off part of the Hudson River using lavishly ornamented bold geometric shapes.  Guests may now swim in the historic site of the Miracle on the Hudson and pay respects …

Lobby Bar – August 21: Futuristic Tacos, Skyping with Washed Up Celebrities, and Sky Chairs for Sale

Lobby Bar – A Summary of FBT News and Views, Inspired by Richard Simmons
Sandy resiDue. Jonathan Spira checks into the Amara Cay Resort in Islamorada, Florida. Right on the beach, guests have the option to swim to their rooms, although the hotel charges a cleaning fee of $1 per grain of sand found in the room after checkout.
Taco of time. Remember the 1994 taco crisis in New York City? Of …

Lobby Bar – August 14: Multiplayer Autos, Nudity in Traffic, and Urban 747 Parking

Lobby Bar – A Metaphysical Summary of FBT News and Views
Team driving. Join Paul Riegler behind the wheel of the 2015 Audi A3 Cabriolet 2.0T quattro. The “quattro” refers to the number of sets of steering wheels, brakes, and accelerator pedals. In what Audi calls the first collaborative driving experience, each passenger in the car can perform corrective maneuvers with his own controls. The driver, however, is the only one …

Lobby Bar – August 7: Bearded Aircraft, Voting Scandals, and Apple Entitlement

Lobby Bar – A Gluten Free Summary of FBT News and Views
Do Not Fold, Spindle, or Mutilate.  After over 1.6 billion ballots were cast, the GlobeRunner Awards announcement in New York City was temporarily halted when officials from the accounting firm of Dewey Cheetham & Howe discovered that most votes were invalid due to failure to follow instructions on the punchcard ballot, which was originally designed in 1971.
Posh Tomato. Paul …

Lobby Bar – July 31: Lime Disease, Neck Weights, Adopt-a-Guest, and Rewarding Beauticide

Lobby Bar – A Summary of FBT News and Views, Best Served Chilled
Clothe the masses. People have been wandering the streets, naked, unsure of what to wear this summer.  Have no fear: Paul Riegler has picked out a trendy new outfit just for you; you never have to be a confused naturist again (unless you’re into that).
Don’t be sour. American Airlines, now the world’s largest airline, gives us the inside …