You Can't Steal A Car in Greenland

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Johnny Harris is an Emmy-winning independent journalist and contributor to the New York Times. Based in Washington, DC, Harris reports on interesting trends and stories domestically and around the globe, publishing to his audience of over 3.5 million on Youtube. Harris produced and hosted the twice Emmy-nominated series Borders for Vox Media. His visual style blends motion graphics with cinematic videography to create content that explains complex issues in relatable ways.

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  1. Johnny I have seen you wearing warm beanie when you shoot video’s indoors at your studio/home
    And here u r in green land without one 😱😆
    And why do you look 👀 like a homeless person 🙃

  2. Apart from Greenland being one of the safest places in the world. One of the main reasons why cars are left running is because the cold will prevent the cars from starting again at certain times of the day. So it's much easier just to leave the cars running because it will keep the engine block warm.

  3. It's not about the roads. People up there are just super nice🤭. But leaving your car running for an hour is really irresponsible behaviour, unless it's cos of the extreme cold😬😬😬😬😬☠️☠️☠️


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