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LaLaLand is the DF North by Jack Crommlelit - Sat, 31 Dec 2016 22:53:22 EST ID:uai/CYiv No.34637 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've lived in Los Angeles my entire life except for a brief period of time in Ventura,California and Santa Paula,California. And I have to say that Los Angeles makes me think of Mexico City. I'm not Mexican but I think of Mexico City when I think of Los Angeles of course it's way safer.

There are many similarities between the two. Mexico City is actually quite vast and Sprawling so is Los Angeles. Mexico City has a very rich and numerous upper class, Los Angeles has a very rich and numerous upper class. Mexico City has a thriving art and cultural scene and a very large number of people in poverty. Mexico city is located in an area with many fault lines Los Angeles is located in an area with many fault lines.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 25 Jan 2017 10:26:53 EST ID:wDnRvlPB No.34719 Report Quick Reply
I can see how they'd be similar. Plus I always have wanted to go to Mexico City especially to watch some live lucha libre shows.


in-dash vape system by Edwin Buzzlegold - Mon, 23 Jan 2017 20:34:16 EST ID:vicGbwJ5 No.34710 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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hey so I was thinking of retrofitting a desktop vaporizer to fit in the open part of my dashboard where I keep my ipod and cigs and loose change, I would need a power supply linked into the fusebox, a halfway decent vape-box, and about an ounce of shake/trim, and I'd have a way to hotbox while cruising without having to pull over and roll one.
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Edwin Buzzlegold - Mon, 23 Jan 2017 20:37:20 EST ID:vicGbwJ5 No.34711 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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like one of these with a retractable hose
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Hannah Suddlehood - Tue, 24 Jan 2017 04:44:45 EST ID:RlHfoMte No.34712 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34710
i have a MFLB and i bought the power supply because in all 4 of the MFLB's i've had the batteries are shit. This power supply comes with a car charger lighter attachment.
I never used it cause I figure damn if you get caught vaping bud in your car.


gorilla glue by Albert Cenkindadging - Mon, 09 Jan 2017 19:36:48 EST ID:vicGbwJ5 No.34663 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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could it patch a bicycle tube?
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Cyril Snodshaw - Mon, 09 Jan 2017 20:30:22 EST ID:rz2Y0F83 No.34664 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34663
probably not, unless you had a spare piece of rubber. I'd still using something solvent based though
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Molly Gezzleshit - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 00:57:48 EST ID:Xwuhb6h4 No.34690 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34663
use this


420 travel by Edward Poshridge - Tue, 17 Jan 2017 02:30:23 EST ID:0TrQi0KR No.34685 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Will be coming to South East Asia soon, along the way I want to go somewhere where you can easily get a variety of drugs without repercussions. Is Cambodia a good choice? I know weed is easy to come by there, what about other stuff?

Have no experience with getting drugs in my own country or drug subculture in general, just want to try this to get more life experience and shit.


UAZ north america by INTERPOL !3mB4iDBpWw - Wed, 21 Dec 2016 22:29:06 EST ID:dPG7+wFL No.34615 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://www.uaz.ru/en/company/partnership

I wonder how difficult it would be to become the premier dealer for Russian UAZ trucks and SUVs here in the US. Anyone have a storefront they can send the info to the company to see how they'd react? These things are the Ladas of the truck market in Russia, built more on an agricultural frame than a automotive platform, made to repair with a hammer, snow and duct tape, and they're made to drive in -20F degree temps and colder all their life. I think they could easily unseat Toyota as the go-to truck for extreme US cold climates.

Thoughts? Russian automotive appreciation thread?
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Hedda Sabberfoot - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 13:39:53 EST ID:2U7EdFWM No.34674 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34673
I feel ya nigga.

American's glamourize Russian cold war era EVERYTHING. The only good thing I've seen come out of Russia that was superior to American shit was clothing. And that is only on a handful of items.

The gun nuts here are on slav taint like unreal.

>Mosin is best mnilsurp bolt gun EVER!
>SKS is indestructible! (This isn't that bad to be honest)
>Tokarov is AMAAAAAZING!
>Makarov are wonderful!
>OMGZ AK'S FOR LIKE DUDE AK47 BEST RIFLE EVER! NOTHING BEATS IT! (Meanwhile the gun is made out of 1mm paper thin sheet metal that deforms, breaking the gun if you drop it on a rock and drop it and step on it.)

I've had russian tractors and they literally tout that the best part is that you can work on them easily. BECAUSE THEY ARE GOING TO BREAK HURR
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Charles Fepperbury - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 13:55:37 EST ID:PCYmCOTA No.34675 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34674
People think russia = everything made of 10000lbs blocks of iron, indestructible.
In reality they're simple as hell so there's few things to break, but the cars are put together with no care at all. and 2107s were still made in 2010, I've been in the factory. Babushkas grease the car manually on the line. No joke. Russian old women grease the car on the fucking factory line with a fucking paintbrush. I've seen it with my own eyes 7 years ago. 16 year olds categorise parts manually. Everything is just literally dumped in boxes, and they take it out as needed, from suspension parts to electronics. The new ladas (kalina etc) are even worse, but at least they're made in another, pretty modern part of the factory.
Russian stuff is pretty bad. They only last because they had to work with the most simple materalals and technology, and they make them the same way since 1960. There's no quality, no inspections in fucking Russia, they make everything cheap and with zero care. They do use simple technology and well-proven materials so structurally, russian stuff does last, apart from body rust. Every single other aspect of Russian cars is utter garbage. There's nothing good or exceptional about them.
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Charles Fepperbury - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 14:11:28 EST ID:PCYmCOTA No.34676 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34675
Seriously, I've been in the Lada factory in Togliatti on a journalist tour. You don't want to buy a car from Russians. It's mental. They apply a fucking kick on the door if it doesn't fit right until it works properly. Not even kidding.
The new Lada models wouldn't start when they were presented to Putin a few years ago. Russia is a fucking garbage country with poor and struggling people, a government led by someone who's hired people to kill officials, do you think they really care about the stuff they make? It's a shitty, depressive place. No one wants to buy russian stuff or live in Russia in Europe. In the US everyone is fucking gay for russian stuff.
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Oliver Blummleput - Sat, 14 Jan 2017 14:51:50 EST ID:U4CpHt5A No.34680 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34615
Russian vehicles blow frozen shrimp dick. My friend lives in Russia and says the only vehicles around are Japanese. Russian cars are better used for things like scrap metal and watching get buried in snow.
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Phoebe Pemmerham - Sat, 14 Jan 2017 20:27:59 EST ID:izUUF4fc No.34681 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think people want stuff that is overbuilt. used to be more common than now. also serviceability. the thread authored by Simon Billingman is pretty clear on this. There are lots of interesting engineering and design questions that you can speculate on. In my experience mid-age electronics that were still heavily analog are actually pretty shit. and in the case of cars you need to answer questions about fuel economy, safety, etc.

could it be done? probably, and it could be profitable with time, but there's too much entrenchment in a throwaway society. everyone eventually wants to cut a corner for their own profit.


App: New Job City Data Finder by Jenny Crunkinnen - Fri, 06 Jan 2017 13:15:43 EST ID:+nbt7WKU No.34650 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How often do you think people are in a situation where 1) they want to get a new job and 2) they want to mvoe and 3) they cant decide where to move to?

Well I'm developing an app that cross-references a bunch of information for you in order to get an idea of where to go, generating a result like the picture <--


Personally, I've never traveled or had to decide on a city. So can you guys tell me what other cool metrics you'd be interested if you were searching?
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CrazyFolksTribe !owU3wSU682 - Sun, 08 Jan 2017 01:36:58 EST ID:y77f++Uy No.34657 Ignore Report Quick Reply
How does W2 differ from W? I think you should have a column for the percent white people in the city proper, and another for the whole metropolitan area. Buffalo, for example, isn't a very big city, but the suburbs harbor huge populations of white people compared to the population of the city itself.

You should also have something about commute time, or how much of a pain the commute generally is.
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Archie Tillingforth - Mon, 09 Jan 2017 03:24:47 EST ID:+nbt7WKU No.34662 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34657
>How does W2 differ from W?
Simply two different data sources. WolframAlpha vs City-Data. What's funny is when there's a huge variance in cities with a lot of mexicans. Get it, cause they're illegals.

>Whole City vs Metro
I agree, but unfortunately it's just hard to get that kind of data easily. If you can find a wolfram-alpha query for it, I'd love it, but otherwise it's kind of hard.
I'm not even sure if the Census records that shit, because like, how do you define where exactly the metro starts/ends? So it's tricky.
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Augustus Haffingsark - Wed, 11 Jan 2017 16:49:37 EST ID:efFqpLKq No.34668 Ignore Report Quick Reply
What's the app called? I find myself in that exact position
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Charlotte Billersure - Thu, 12 Jan 2017 11:33:51 EST ID:qZxabEsu No.34670 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34668
Whitesapp
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breakabond !!D0XjIgKF - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 10:46:31 EST ID:+nbt7WKU No.34671 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34668
It's actually a custom thing I've put hours and hours into at this point. I'll sell it to you for $25. Or if you want to pay me minimum wage, at least $200-ish.


Flagstaff by Delinquent Tray !rU8mq5Ca7M - Sat, 07 Jan 2017 17:24:58 EST ID:ZEciEfDX No.34655 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Vroom /vroom/.
I'm considering a move from hobotown, CA to housing in flagstaff, az. Can you guys help sway me in one direction or another?

It's me + 1, both identify as trans, my +1 will have his dox done prior to the move, and both of us should be on ssi by then. Additionally, we blaze it daily, but i have my mmj card and will xfer to a zona card on arrival.
Zona's for stonas, amirite?
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Charles Forryhene - Sat, 07 Jan 2017 23:57:31 EST ID:+nbt7WKU No.34656 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34655
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Nicholas Brookbanks - Sun, 08 Jan 2017 05:23:48 EST ID:kLBxN1J0 No.34658 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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good god the californians

im not in flagstaff but ive been up there its basically weed town however if you go anywhere other than flag or sedona or tucson you're going to get shit all over for being a liberal californian.

AZ weed cards are incredibly easy to get. Gun laws are incredible too.

we dont want anymore californians pls
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Esther Nodgekudge - Sun, 08 Jan 2017 14:52:00 EST ID:QAhPAxf5 No.34660 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34655
Go to Austin or Seattle like all other Californians. Get rid of your drivers license though. I bet you seriously do not deserve it.


Liveaboard Life by Reuben Miffingbury - Tue, 01 Dec 2015 12:29:39 EST ID:5DvRBJj3 No.33125 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey /vroom/,

So I've been saving money for a year now and living cheap at my parent's place with the general plan that "I'm going to go travelling when I feel ready." Well, I have around 10,000 saved and am feeling pretty ready to go out and do something!

So initially I thought of backpacking for a few months, but plane tickets would eat up most of my savings and then when it's over it's over, time to save money again.

Then I thought of two other things I'd like to do - living in an RV or a Sailboat.

I have years of experience with both RV camping and Boating, so I'm pretty confident on the technical side of things. I guess why I'm posting is just to get it out there - fuck it, I think I'm gonna drive down to the beach after christmas and trade my car for a sailboat and start following the coast!

I work online and don't need 24/7 internet access so long as I can connect every few days to upload documents and answer emails. That and I'm open to the random odd jobs on shore.

Anyone on 420chan ever done the liveaboard thing? What was your experience?
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James Brendlefetch - Wed, 30 Nov 2016 14:45:06 EST ID:FYHHOj/Y No.34556 Ignore Report Quick Reply
You can sail with wind from the side with the sail pointed in some direction and then you sail in a zig zag pattern.
>>33409
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Zhim - Wed, 30 Nov 2016 20:38:54 EST ID:C77gzDit No.34560 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>ONE YEAR SINCE STARTING THIS THREAD!

Not trying to blog here or anything crazy and I'll refrain from getting too sentimental, but in only a few hours it will have been exactly a year since I got it in my head to leave my life behind and move to the water.

I wasn't in the best place mentally when I made this decision. I had moved back in with my parents for a couple of months to try getting my head straight, got on some medication and was building up some online work while deciding what the next step would be. I had just left my career and moved over 500 miles to go back to their house. I ended a poisonous relationship and arrived burnt out, stressed out, and exhausted.

Drove down to the coast on Christmas Day feeling crazier than ever for actually going through with an idea like this (I'm sure the medication I was on helped inspire me) and thus it began!

In the past year I truly feel I've reached a new height of self-acceptance, and confidence in myself. I have a strong sense of who I am and how to live my life, and I'm free from the anxiety and stress that used to be my every moment.

I learned a new hobby and mastered the art of simple living out here, and looking back I wouldn't have done anything differently. I have absolutely no regrets about how this year went!

Thanks for providing me a place to vent my thoughts /vroom/. Here's to another fantastic year of exploration and deliberate living!
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Matilda Dinkinridge - Wed, 30 Nov 2016 22:34:59 EST ID:LvscTyew No.34562 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34560
I wanna do this some day but I think I'm gonna need some money and some cash flow. maybe you could talk about that a bit

also you are on the texas coast yeah? hows the winter there on the water?
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Shit Songerfut - Thu, 01 Dec 2016 03:09:35 EST ID:kLBxN1J0 No.34563 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34560
dude its been an inspiration seeing all of this play out
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George Cribberlock - Wed, 04 Jan 2017 14:30:46 EST ID:kLBxN1J0 No.34645 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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New years bump. Zhim should make another video about his boat! Hope you had a good new year!


Chevrolet by Alice Blettingbury - Thu, 10 Nov 2016 02:15:07 EST ID:kLBxN1J0 No.34439 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi,

I currently daily a 2000 Jeep Cherokee XJ with the 4 liter and I'm getting a little bit tired of fixing little things and how it rides. It gets death wobble and has about 175k on the odometer and I'm just about done with the vehicle....

That being said because of my experience in high school I've got a huge hard on for GM vehicles and I'm looking for something that has a bed and a V8. I'm a welder so needing to move metal is not uncommon, not only that but if I need to take my welder somewhere having a truck would be very convenient. I want a V8 because I like the way they sound and they are smooth. As far as the MPG's go its not much worse than my jeep in the city and actually would do better on the highway. My jeep gets 16 mpg everywhere.

I really like the 03-06/07classic look and am a fan of the 5.3 engine. I've actually driven one of these and I liked it quite a bit as well.

My Jeep is great for offroading but I don't really take advantage of how capable it is and I'm thinking a 4wd truck would do just fine.

Anybody want to share any opinion on these if they've had any experience with them or Opinions on trucks in general - Chevrolet/GM appreciation thread?
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Charlotte Sozzlestare - Mon, 19 Dec 2016 23:07:42 EST ID:kLBxN1J0 No.34611 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34439
I've gotten the trans fluid changed and I did the oil myself and replaced the tow mirrors with OEM. It's been driving very well so far. I've put like ~250 miles on it. I've got to learn how to drive something so large but I'm very happy :)
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Charles Bunshit - Mon, 19 Dec 2016 23:26:34 EST ID:en23alSl No.34612 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34611
>Driving something this big
>A pick-up truck

Damn nigga, have you ever even like been so far as to even like ride a bus or sit in an 18-wheeler?
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Charlotte Sozzlestare - Tue, 20 Dec 2016 01:16:26 EST ID:kLBxN1J0 No.34613 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34612
Yes but I've never driven anything as large as the truck for an extended period of time, that and I was actually incorrect I've driven more like 350 miles
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Charles Bunshit - Tue, 20 Dec 2016 04:21:18 EST ID:en23alSl No.34614 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34613
I started out driving a dually with a 7' 9" snow plow on it. Sheeeit, what you talkin bout death grippin staying in the road. From a long line of trashy truck drivers. My destiny was snow plowing. And so it was.
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Hedda Deblingbury - Wed, 28 Dec 2016 14:53:47 EST ID:foy+HaTa No.34626 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34614
I started out driving an Abrams tank. It was all we could afford


Workaway/WWOOF by Lillian Blaffingfoot - Fri, 21 Oct 2016 11:37:58 EST ID:mNKBMQoi No.34398 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Has anyone here tried this? I want to travel from Georgia to Washington, going from host to host.
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Frederick Pimblestan - Mon, 31 Oct 2016 00:16:35 EST ID:vcG1EcpN No.34421 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34417
I have to leave by the first of February, but plan on wwoofing in a warm state until may. What are some cool places in the south I should stay before heading to the Northwest?
>fun and quick ways
Tell me more
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Simon Blebblelock - Mon, 31 Oct 2016 03:30:01 EST ID:P0V67IvD No.34422 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34421
Hitch I-20 to AZ or Cali. Dirty dog works. Hitch a train. Hitch a car.

Nothing of interest in in Alabama, MS or really LA. Maybe Baton Rouge? Some of the towns Katrina hit are really cool to urban explore. Dallas and Austin aren't too bad I guess. Laredo, El Paso, Brownsville fucking suck. Especially if you're white. The South is what you make of it. Like everywhere else, you can have the best time of your life in a sewer grate or it can be miserable.

West Texas, New Mexico are death traps though. Seriously, you can be dead quick fucking off there. Maybe run up through CO and sit there for the Winter. Utah, NM, AZ, NV, WY, MT, SD, ND are all high desert with sparse populations. High desert is easy to die in.

Probably the funnest and quickest way is to rob some idiot driving a Porsche and take off. You're probably going to jail this way though. Are you doing this with or without a vehicle? That is the most important.
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11/11 - Fri, 25 Nov 2016 02:22:03 EST ID:BYrFpsQc No.34520 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34398
Just do it
https://granolashotgun.com/2016/11/13/squeezing-the-balloon-in-missoula/
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Barnaby Congerbanks - Wed, 30 Nov 2016 13:26:43 EST ID:Dv4GyQzv No.34555 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34520
I agree with your bold sentiment, but whats the point of that article in relation to my post?
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Archie Bunridge - Tue, 27 Dec 2016 00:13:49 EST ID:bYmpo1HK No.34623 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34398
Workaway is the shit. If you're looking to travel on the cheap, the 35 euro yearly fee is completely worth it. I lived/worked on a permaculture project in England and ran the front desk a hostel in Spain while staying for free and getting some food (which is most of your daily costs while long-term travelling.) They also have a ton of opportunities in the states, but I haven't explored that yet.

Seriously, if you want to travel, while saving money, while learning new skills, and while meeting real locals and getting into the culture, get on Workaway and see what's available in the area you want to travel to. Searching the hosts is free


Realistic Dream Car by Matilda Poddleman - Sun, 27 Nov 2016 19:58:07 EST ID:abuain52 No.34539 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Any of you saving up for a reachable dream car?
Or already own one?

Lately I've been going crazy for an E36 M3. Its always been a favorite of mine but the idea of owning one is something I'd like to make happen. Its my goal of 2017.
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Betsy Fenkindudging - Tue, 13 Dec 2016 09:35:22 EST ID:IMB5KOGb No.34588 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34586
I think I'd rather have a C4 honestly and you can get two decent C4s for the price of one C3.
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Nathaniel Pickdock - Sat, 17 Dec 2016 14:53:46 EST ID:+KlS9XDh No.34607 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Alfa Romeo Giulia I would probably lease the car because Alfa plummet like Malaysia Airlines flights.
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Nathaniel Pickdock - Sat, 17 Dec 2016 15:01:57 EST ID:+KlS9XDh No.34608 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34607
I meant Alfa Romeo prices plummet like Malaysia Airlines flights. (FIxed)
>Im a grammar Nazi I like my dark humor to be perfect.
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Graham Bundleway - Mon, 19 Dec 2016 01:26:37 EST ID:Xwuhb6h4 No.34610 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34588
C4s are cool. But the Stingrays are my all time fav. That particular model is the ZL1, only 2/3 made. I dig the C4s and the C5s. The C6s were ok but the removal of the pop up headlights wasnt choice.
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Frederick Dendledit - Fri, 30 Dec 2016 21:31:15 EST ID:vicGbwJ5 No.34633 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE


South Korea by Augt to do it - Thu, 04 Aug 2016 07:53:56 EST ID:DPHRxIwq No.34132 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Planning to go to South Korea. Any places or islands to recommend there?

I'm thinking of Seoul and Jeju island.
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10er - Thu, 13 Oct 2016 05:57:20 EST ID:Y5zI8r9x No.34371 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Korean currency looks old-timey.
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Simon Cashdock - Fri, 14 Oct 2016 21:40:25 EST ID:dNkIsWDi No.34374 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34371
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11/11 - Fri, 25 Nov 2016 02:25:44 EST ID:BYrFpsQc No.34521 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Best Korea is North Korea
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Clara Dellerbury - Sun, 27 Nov 2016 14:59:03 EST ID:LvscTyew No.34534 Ignore Report Quick Reply
If you're into riots, I hear south Korea is really nice right now
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Clara Dellerbury - Sun, 27 Nov 2016 15:02:14 EST ID:LvscTyew No.34535 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34534
Correction, not riots, just protests so far


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