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Anyone been to all 50 states? by Oliver Goodridge - Sun, 29 Nov 2015 19:30:12 EST ID:FYmGNs2t No.33116 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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The only ones I haven't been to are Vermont, New Hampshire and Alaska.

I'm not sure about Utah actually. It's possible I've driven through it as a kid.
Priscilla Dubberwell - Mon, 30 Nov 2015 02:01:48 EST ID:+O2nywxA No.33118 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What did you think of Arizona?
CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Tue, 01 Dec 2015 02:24:04 EST ID:8H0dZTB5 No.33122 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>hasn't been to VT or NH
But you've been to Maine? Well, I guess you could've flown in, taken a boat, or entered from Canada.

The only states I've yet to visit are Alaska, Hawaii, Louisiana, South Carolina, Delaware, Connecticut, and North Dakota.

Texas border cities by Nigger Chucklespear - Wed, 25 Nov 2015 20:11:49 EST ID:wHIlkjXK No.33103 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm going to hit the road in Jan or Feb of 2016.
I really want to see the cities on the us-mexico border, specifically Brownsville, Laredo and El Paso.

I've drifted around the south (Georgia/Florida) before. But this is a totally different animal and we're talking overwhelming latino majority, you always hear that northern Mexico is the most dangerous. Are these places even safe for a white guy to be just homeless and wandering the city, working on and off for a few weeks?
Cornelius Gettingwill - Thu, 26 Nov 2015 00:28:22 EST ID:6rBlQXxE No.33106 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Are these places even safe for a white guy to be just homeless and wandering the city
Basil Tootspear - Fri, 27 Nov 2015 01:53:22 EST ID:GAfB/NK+ No.33108 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'd say no. Most cops will question whites in these parts simply because they are so uncommon. A white hobo is going to pull a fair bit of cop attention.

Brownsville isn't too terrible from what I have heard. Laredo is the worst with El Paso not too far behind. As far as danger goes, I would much rather be dicking about in any of the three as opposed to fiddlefarting around on the Arizona/New Mexico border. I personally wouldn't go into the back country of AZ or NM without a rifle.

You'd probably be fine but this is a pretty stupid idea you got here.
Caroline Desslelock - Mon, 14 Dec 2015 12:30:29 EST ID:XD9QsGDo No.33185 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Stay the fuck out of all of those places. I work and live around that area and Brownsville is a terrible place dont go there. If your gonna bum around texas do it near Austin much better place

nb cause necro

NYC by Michael Angelo - Thu, 12 Nov 2015 23:44:20 EST ID:6qz9IAwT No.33084 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm spending a week in New York in mid January. Could you give me any advice on places to go and things to see outside of the tourist norms?
Hedda Fallerfield - Sun, 15 Nov 2015 16:49:40 EST ID:2YZH/i4Y No.33091 Ignore Report Quick Reply

Just ask some hobos.
Augustus Pittwater - Tue, 17 Nov 2015 10:42:17 EST ID:a6SxTkqV No.33094 Ignore Report Quick Reply
what are you into, what's your budget & where're you staying?

i like the dive bars in the LES - coal yard, blue & gold club (cheap scotch), continental (5 shots for $10), they also got this awesome hot dog spot called crif dogs (with a hidden bar behind the phone booth) and an awesome japanese spot called kenka.

i like the slightly more upscale bits of williamsburg (near the lorimer stop, away from bedford) - Barcade, spuytin duyvil, noorman's kil, huckleberry, yuji ramen

if you're trying to see sites, walk the highline or go to MoMA. i dunno what else, i don't really do the touristy thing.

I feel like the most important thing about NY is to not be intimidated by the subway because there is so much going on in brooklyn & lower manhattan. i find upper manhattan boring, but some of my yuppie friends love the upper east side, so i dunno.

if you're into music/live entertainment, check out st vitus bar's calendar, le poisson rouge, knitting factory, williamsburg music hall, baby's all right, littlefield...

foursquare is your friend. i've found so many cool places with it. pop in "dive bar", "cocktail bar", "record shop", "comic book shop", etc...
Hamilton Femmleson - Tue, 17 Nov 2015 23:11:12 EST ID:Z1zGIumb No.33095 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I'll post more later. NYCer here.
Make use of the museums. Go to natural history and the met. And then some. You could spend a whole day in either so don't get carried away, there's even more museums than those.
Broadway. See lion king. If you liked aladdin the movie, see aladdin. Or whatever. Seriously though, Broadway.
This stuff sounds touristy but Ya gotta repeat it anyways, cause it's okay to do tourist stuff If you've never been. Just don't be a sucker tourist.
Will mention non tourist stuff (honestly this wast even tourist stuff) later

Geographic Anomalies by phyllis - Thu, 15 Oct 2015 01:29:38 EST ID:XMET1s/9 No.33000 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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FIrst post to the board so apologies if this is off topic. I'm looking for geographic anomalies (that's the best phrase i could think of, sorry) such as the Northern Lights (aurora borealis) or Bioluminescent Red Tides.

As most of you know, the Northern Lights are an atmospheric anomaly that occur in the arctic when particles from the sun collide with gas in the atmosphere, creating brilliant lights of all colours.

Red Tide is when a colony of plankton blooms in the ocean creating a massive amount of red/brown nonsense that comes in on the tide. This red goop is toxic, but at night glows a brilliant blue colour.

I can't think of an accurate term to describe these sorts of events, so I'm asking you guys. Is there some sort of blanket term for these sorts of things, and do you know of any more that you can suggest that may be of interest to a traveler?
Edwin Bunlock - Thu, 15 Oct 2015 08:22:49 EST ID:ua/wa5mC No.33001 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I don't think that "anomaly" is the correct word for aurora borealis.

Anyhow, here's a cave full of huge crystals in Mexico. Too bad no one will ever see it again.
CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Mon, 19 Oct 2015 02:45:36 EST ID:1LF1NYt/ No.33002 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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In western Indiana, there's a meteor crater that lies in the area with the state's highest wind speeds. If that isn't a geographic anomaly, I don't know what is.
KFTchan !owU3wSU682 - Mon, 26 Oct 2015 18:55:13 EST ID:JkoK+wqA No.33018 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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This brings to mind the Coudersport Ice Mine, a cave in Pennsylvania that has ice during the summer.

That, in turn, brings to mind the Cranesville Swamp, a true geographic anomaly on the WV/MD border. It's within a natural "bowl" which keeps the climate cooler and moister than that of the surrounding area. It's home to tamarack/larch trees and other flora and fauna usually only found in colder northern climates.

Humans have created or worsened a few geographic/atmospheric anomalies too. The Chinese city of Lanzhou is located in another natural "bowl"; however, in this case the surrounding mountains sometimes prevent fresh air from blowing into the city, trapping ungodly amounts of air pollutants. Wouldn't you love to live here?

I don't think these are quite what the OP was looking for, but they're more interesting to me.
David Bleffingnug - Sat, 31 Oct 2015 20:48:08 EST ID:AAicZN7f No.33041 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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> It doesn't stop being magic just because you know how it works.

(Terry Pratchett)

a question for Scotland and/or New Zealand citizens by Thomas Blythelock - Thu, 17 Jul 2014 01:13:49 EST ID:B2xYPBwV No.30859 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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so i really dislike living in america and its gotten to the point where i have resolved myself to leave as soon as im financially stable and can support myself with or without a friend. i have two countries in mind, simply because through research they are my favorite geographically (i dont mind economic and political issues seeing as im pretty used to that). socially, i am a bit hesitant, since i know most countries hate americans with a firey passion (which i dont blame them for). so! citizens of New Zealand and/or Scotland: how do people in your country respond to americans moving in to your country? provided they arent the loud-mouthed, entitled brats you hear and see most of and dont intend to breed...is it possible to quietly incorporate oneself into your countrys lifestyle and culture without much trouble? also im not sure if it helps or hurts but i am female and of caucasian descent. i am truly ashamed to call myself an american citizen and although ill always have to live knowing im from america, i dont intend to stay here longer than i absolutely have to. thanks in advance for any help guys.
inb4 yes i checked a certain other board and got spammed out of existance and then was mocked...i hope that wasnt my answer ha. you guys are much friendlier and have a much better sense of humor, thank you for that.
pic not related, just some heroin under a microscope.
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Polly Suvingnut - Mon, 26 Oct 2015 18:48:11 EST ID:3Z61ifFQ No.33017 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think faggot ass american middle class bitches should just get something going on in their lives instead of bitching about being a faggot ass american middle class bitch
KFTchan !owU3wSU682 - Mon, 26 Oct 2015 18:57:23 EST ID:JkoK+wqA No.33019 Ignore Report Quick Reply
That works too.
Alice Grandstock - Thu, 29 Oct 2015 04:25:09 EST ID:yccj2kTT No.33029 Ignore Report Quick Reply
just got back from NZ. there were a lot of immigrants there from all over - ireland, italy, USA, germany, asia, etc. most of these people were working (i met them at bars/restaurants). you probably won't have any issues finding a job if you don't mind being a bartender or barista. it'll probably be even easier if you have actual skills.

just do us a favor and leave after you vote the upcoming primary election, yes?

>Most countries don't hate americans with a fiery passion.
ehh... most countries don't, but if you lurk on other boards here, you'll find plenty of people who have nothing better to do than blame americans in some sort of impotent rage for all of their problems. i really don't care though. there are ignorant ass hats from every country. i think people just need to get out more.
Edwin Wemmleson - Thu, 29 Oct 2015 08:41:56 EST ID:3Z61ifFQ No.33030 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This is an imageboard. It's full of retarded people and trolls. In general, there's no civilized country in the world where any significant number of people would care about the fact someone's american.
James Doddleworth - Fri, 30 Oct 2015 20:01:38 EST ID:mW6pWs/t No.33036 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Most New Zealanders hate Americans.
You might be better to go to Scotland, Yank scum.

San Francisco by John Crugglesig - Thu, 01 Oct 2015 02:58:33 EST ID:4N/hyawK No.32961 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm about to be in san francisco for a month

What's a good area to look for hook ups for psychedelics? Any good bars or clubs with that kind of scene?

Please don't post direct sources or anything against the rules, just looking for hints so I can find the subculture, I know it exists
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Lillian Bunderridge - Sat, 03 Oct 2015 02:26:38 EST ID:Ijs2Kkof No.32969 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I get you're bay.
Hedda Bardwell - Sat, 03 Oct 2015 14:19:47 EST ID:e2wGio/H No.32971 Ignore Report Quick Reply

I couldnt possibly be bay.
Hannah Hungerwatch - Sat, 03 Oct 2015 18:23:47 EST ID:aW5GdYJb No.32972 Ignore Report Quick Reply
go to an EDM show and ask around. pretty are people nice & open there.
Ian Brindleridge - Wed, 21 Oct 2015 18:15:19 EST ID:RHoOBuPq No.33004 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Go to golden gate park at the end of haight street. Look for the hippys in grateful dead tie dyes.
Doris Hashman - Mon, 26 Oct 2015 14:04:43 EST ID:c13+z6Dh No.33012 Ignore Report Quick Reply
haight street san francisco, thank me later. Also, there is this pretty cool cuban bar near the park. Oh, yeah stay away from the park.

Tel-Aviv by Lillian Horringnet - Thu, 22 Oct 2015 18:49:42 EST ID:QugP3XzJ No.33008 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm about to be in Tel-Aviv for a week. What's a good area to look for hook ups for psychedelics? Any good bars or clubs with that kind of scene?

Please don't post direct sources or anything against the rules, just looking for hints so I can find the subculture, I know it exists.

// Sorry for copy&replace prevision post, I am not good at English.
Martin Fugglewell - Fri, 23 Oct 2015 20:24:11 EST ID:2PMtBbub No.33009 Ignore Report Quick Reply
check out gaza strip, it's the bomb
CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Sat, 24 Oct 2015 04:54:28 EST ID:Gl1xnLwU No.33010 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Shit Crarringfield - Thu, 05 Nov 2015 15:52:28 EST ID:D6StYbFX No.33059 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Having gear shifting troubles, know nothing about bikes by Whitey Goodhall - Sat, 10 Oct 2015 01:08:28 EST ID:5DDQl8ao No.32990 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Any good websites out there that can break it down for me?
Molly Smallshaw - Sat, 10 Oct 2015 20:40:27 EST ID:2uqRZ+Rh No.32993 Ignore Report Quick Reply
probably. but with any other manual, you want to catch the next gear from above(when accelerating), meaning that your engine speed should be higher than it needs to be. this keeps the force applied in a forward way in the drivetrain and avoids the slack-taking "flop" you get sometimes when the drivetrain changes from forward-pulling to rearward-pulling(engine braking)

decelerating you want to catch the gear from below, but with the engine speed increasing. this will shift the weight to the front of the vehicle, and take up slack the other way.

maybe this is different on a bike I dunno. also downshifting is important and you have to rev the engine when downshifting
Angus Bibblewater - Mon, 12 Oct 2015 05:31:43 EST ID:w4JfYnoB No.32996 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What are you talking about OP? Bikes are easy as fuck.
Rev it a bit, get off the accelerator and pull in the clutch whilst kicking your left foot up
Since this is just learning how to change you can just let out the clutch slowly
Once you know how shifting gears works, you can rev enough to match the new gear speed (just a tiny flick down) and dump the clutch immediately, quite easy to learn and you only get better at it with time
John Mallerchudge - Tue, 20 Oct 2015 13:01:26 EST ID:pD+Jw6Wd No.33003 Ignore Report Quick Reply
And for the love of god, once you clock it, don't ever try to think about how you actually do it while you're riding. 1 year of perfect shifts ended abruptly that day.

Budapest by Ebenezer Pongerhood - Mon, 28 Sep 2015 06:59:20 EST ID:dwhuwYeR No.32949 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Where should I go in this city? I know it is dirt cheap (which is why I am going), other than that I thought I would see some old architecture.
I thought I would go shopping, too. Idfk, man.

I know there's a user here that lives there, come out and spill the beans boi
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John Heggledit - Tue, 29 Sep 2015 08:18:47 EST ID:3Z61ifFQ No.32955 Ignore Report Quick Reply
As a tourist, it's not likely you'll ever wander around those places. Generally, some parts of District VIII are better avoided, lot of sandniggers/gypsies there. It's not really a dangerous city at all - if you somehow still wander somewhere unsafe at night you'll see it instantly from the run-down buildings and shit. Though as I said anywhere a tourist would go is safe and nice.
John Heggledit - Tue, 29 Sep 2015 12:05:48 EST ID:3Z61ifFQ No.32956 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Oh and also, Budapest isn't the place to go shopping. Clothes and shit are more on the expensive side compared to Europe. Cigs and booze are hella cheap though. The touristy bars are quite expensive. Shopping streets in District V are completely unaffordable unless you're a millionare, and you'll be spending a lot of time around that area considering you're a tourist. Weed costs about the same, 2.5k HUF/G so about 10$/g. Quality varies greatly, from dankest to not even weed, so I would advise against buying from street dealers and then come here whining about European weed being shit.
John Heggledit - Tue, 29 Sep 2015 12:58:54 EST ID:3Z61ifFQ No.32957 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Electronics are especially expensive compared to the UK for example. Hungary sure is a cheap place to have fun, not so much to live there.
Hugh Cogglespear - Sun, 11 Oct 2015 20:35:06 EST ID:3Z61ifFQ No.32994 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Here u go OP. You'll need this
CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Mon, 12 Oct 2015 01:46:26 EST ID:UMapVDRp No.32995 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Dashcam by Edward Follyson - Tue, 22 Sep 2015 18:07:35 EST ID:cPlxbRZa No.32933 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Car dashcam thread, post yours, post neat ones from the intertubes...

Here is mine

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Sophie Saddleridge - Sat, 26 Sep 2015 02:30:08 EST ID:Kj6+AM8p No.32945 Ignore Report Quick Reply
not beeyat
Nathaniel Bropperchane - Sat, 26 Sep 2015 20:55:50 EST ID:7uC/YnKR No.32946 Ignore Report Quick Reply

David Femmleville - Mon, 05 Oct 2015 12:05:46 EST ID:nSBsTS+k No.32981 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Is this still up? Damn.
Here is another recent one.

Isabella Tillingham - Fri, 09 Oct 2015 04:04:41 EST ID:Ijs2Kkof No.32988 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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You have to remember that it's illegal to drive in Russia with a BAC under 0.2.
James Cruffingputch - Sat, 10 Oct 2015 09:06:08 EST ID:H5ZLtatR No.32991 Ignore Report Quick Reply

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