>Then, tomorrow was another day >The morning found me miles away >With still a million things to say >Now, when twilight dims the sky above >Recalling thrills of our love >There's one thing I'm certain of >Return >I will >to old >Brazil...
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Long story short, I would like to get a new bike, because my current one works pretty hard.
How did I figured out my bike works pretty hard? Checking out my friends' bikes and saw a clear difference in performance.
The bike I'd like - a mountain bike that I'll mostly use in the city (there are a lot of holes in the pavement where I live, and I need suspensions for that). Also I'll most likely pedal through forest tracks in the park and near the city.
So /n/, I'd like to know what are the things that I need... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>914964 >What's tram system that doesn't have people running across the road to access the tram? >Is there a city where people don't have to run across the road to cross the road? >I'm OP I'm fucktarded
get yourself some over sized headphones and a massive walkman, then dress in spandex shorts and a cut off t-shirt 2 sizes too small. go down to the beach board walk and cruise around and hit on all the other gay guys.
I feel as though Siemens is trying to entice Amtrak by having almost 200 avaliable units, but Amtrak a) doesn't have the funding, and b) doesn't plan on replacing their current diesels until 2024. Which means that the Genesis series will be about thirty years old by the time they're replaced.
If you look at Kanto, the rolling stock used by JR East is all new. There's E233-0 on the Chuo Line, E233-1000 on Keihin-Tohoku, E233-3000 on the Tokaido and Tohoku Lines, Joban Line has various new stock (like E531), the new E129 series is starting to replace rural 115 and 211 series trains (like in Niigata), the E235 just rolled out on the Yamanote Line, Nambu Line got new E233 series trains, there are new trains for the limited express services (E259, E353).
But in Osaka and Kyoto, all the trains are *old*. The Osaka Loop Line still uses 103 and 201 series trains... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Now, without going too off topic, allow me to explain what I want, know, and wish to know. And there will be a tl;dr I promise. Currently I am a 25 y/o War vet who was discharged from the military for marijuana use/Medically Disabled (went through a lot of dark periods after deployment). I have bad credit, no job (worth mentioning), and no land. Most of my close family is either deceased or out of state. I have no kids, pets, and am divorced. I make most of my living income off of VA disability (can only do office jobs, but can't find one). I need something new. My life,... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I chose it because I think I would enjoy the work ethic, group mentality, structure, and culture (always been a electronic/video game addict. Techy devices and such that may just be a waste of money are my favorite things to discover. I enjoy the compact living spaces and subsequently shorter travel distances to get to anything. i enjoy the idea of city lights, lighted streets and sidewalks to navigate at 3am when I need something late. On top of that, I feel safer in their economy than I do here (leave this one be, it's not a political debate). I want to do it, I want... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>913044 I don't think that taking Japanese courses in college will prove too useful to be honest. When I was in school I took some introductory courses but it became apparent pretty quickly that teaching it to yourself would be just as effective. Perhaps the only real benefit to being in a class was that there were other people with whom I could actually try to converse with in Japanese, but considering the nature of college it isn't difficult to find someone to talk to (it's as simple as going to a language club)... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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