Anyone can express disinterest in traveling the globe and seeing the sights — but it takes some serious stoicism to express disinterest while standing in front of those sights.
It's not entirely clear why Vitaly Zelkovsky is so unimpressed by some of the world's most iconic attractions — perhaps its because he's nearly 33 and still walking this world alone? — but his determination to stare down humanity's most esteemed feats of architecture and say "so what" is commendable.
But don't bother holding Zelkovsky up as a paragon of apathy: It's all in a day's work for the man whose social network profile has an "about me" section that reads, simply, "you'll find out in person."S S S S