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What the heck is this? by Augt to do it - Sun, 07 Aug 2016 01:59:50 EST ID:DPHRxIwq No.34155 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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ELLIPTIGO ELLIPTICAL CYCLING
http://www.elliptigo.com/
Looks stupid to use....
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Phyllis Tootforth - Sun, 07 Aug 2016 02:34:26 EST ID:6rBlQXxE No.34156 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Fucking white people.


New Car by Nathaniel Sublingmuck - Sat, 30 Jul 2016 20:59:54 EST ID:xroF/LU1 No.34094 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey /vroom/

I got in an accident a few days ago and the other driver was found to be at fault. I will be receiving compensation from his insurance company, and I need a new vehicle.

What should I get? I am thinking of a safe, durable SUV that can go camping and such but still get decent mileage to work and on the highway.
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Hamilton Pengerkock - Fri, 05 Aug 2016 00:38:28 EST ID:aKg501En No.34137 Ignore Report Quick Reply
4runners are badass, I had a subaru it was great, currently in a honda but I crashed it and those crumple zones cost more to fix than a decent used car is worth
american cars aren't reliable but I've had a few american vans and they were useful
would probably get a pickup if I moved to a rural area
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Edward Gullywell - Fri, 05 Aug 2016 21:02:34 EST ID:eIFoR8oo No.34148 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34128
your high-grade trolling is better suited to a higher-traffic board. carry on
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Henry Sobbercocke - Sat, 06 Aug 2016 13:06:04 EST ID:U4CpHt5A No.34152 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34148
No you should listen to him
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Jarvis Murringdale - Sat, 06 Aug 2016 19:23:15 EST ID:lYcWVEy2 No.34153 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34130
>PT Cruisers are the worst pieces of shit on the planet bro.

I think the Dodge Magnum might be a bit more shitty than the PT Cruiser. That said, the PT Cruiser is an incredible pile of unreliable garbage.
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Wesley Hindlested - Thu, 11 Aug 2016 23:21:51 EST ID:/NC/xwxx No.34175 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34153

What about a Ford Del Rey?


This was in my dad's tire. What is it? by Tired-Man - Fri, 05 Aug 2016 20:10:01 EST ID:R3Xs04HW No.34143 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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A co-worker pointed out to my dad that he appeared to have a nail in his rear-right tire. He went to the WalMart Tire Shop to check it out, and the repairman just handed him this, and even he didn't know what it was. It doesn't appear to be a nail, as the edges are too rounded and it would take a huge amount of force to penetrate a tire.

So guys, what is it?
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Tired-Man - Fri, 05 Aug 2016 20:12:47 EST ID:R3Xs04HW No.34144 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34143
More information: my dad's truck is a gray 2003 Ford F-250. He never noticed any issues with the tire until the co-worker pointed it out. His tire was going flat because of it though, so he was forced to air it up a bit before driving across town and eventually going to the tire shop. Living in Houston, TX, might be irrelevant info but I don't know.
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Lillian Chisslestock - Fri, 05 Aug 2016 20:36:47 EST ID:6rBlQXxE No.34145 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Random metal junk. C'est la vie friend.
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Edward Gullywell - Fri, 05 Aug 2016 20:59:37 EST ID:eIFoR8oo No.34147 Ignore Report Quick Reply
probably a rivet or >>34145

fyi you can do these puncture repairs pretty easy, the kits for installing plugs are cheap and easy, sometimes you don't even have to take the wheel off.
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Nigel Gonkinhit - Sat, 06 Aug 2016 08:23:55 EST ID:lQv7Ra7W No.34151 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Lol, what a thread.
It's some metal stuff that caused your tire to go flat?
The truck's type is extremely important, as well as it's color. Seriously, what's the truck being fucking GRAY has to do with this shit?
I laughed out loud at that. The truck is fucking gray, what's this in my tire? Epic.


Delivery Drivers Anonymous by Walter Daddleford - Thu, 16 Apr 2015 14:52:36 EST ID:BvFmnv3V No.32099 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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A message from your friendly neighborhood pizza delivery driver;

>GET THE FUCK OUT OF MY WAY.
>USE YOUR FUCKING SIGNALS.
>DO THE SPEED LIMIT (if not 15 over).
>LEARN WHAT RIGHT OF WAY IS.

Thank you for your time.

PS- If there is not a single car behind me, and you pull out in front of me only to do 10 under the limit, I'm going to ram you off the road and beat you to death the the bloody end of your own arm.

PPS- You are not only inconveniencing myself when you cut me off and refuse to let me pass, you are screwing over an innocent customer. Do you want your food fast and fresh? Then GET THE FUCK OUT OF MY WAY.
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Nathaniel Cliddlefotch - Sun, 03 Jul 2016 20:53:36 EST ID:4QexJuwB No.33941 Ignore Report Quick Reply
i like to tip a 5 when i get delivery . if im 5-10 miles away from the place and hes only doing one delivery hes using probably about half a galon of gas so 1/2 of that money is going into his tank. nice to give him a 2 dollar tip that isnt.

tbh tho, i did delivery, ive worked for tips. on a 14 dollar hair cut i give a 20 dollar bill on a do the same for 24 dollar delivery i give em 2 twenties and ask for a 10 spot back.
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Ghengis Dong - Fri, 08 Jul 2016 22:27:16 EST ID:LUEmZ5Q/ No.33969 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33936
No not really because if you order a $6 item it is just as much effort as a $20 order. I don't know of any places without a ten dollar minimum for delivery, but if you tip one dollar you're a cheap faggot cunt who shouldn't order out if you won't spare another 4 or at least 3 dollars. I've worked in pizza jobs and believe me, everyone knows you're being a dick
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Volcanic Beach - Sun, 10 Jul 2016 03:52:45 EST ID:DPHRxIwq No.33973 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Saw postmen on bicycles; was amused by that.
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Oliver Battinggold - Wed, 13 Jul 2016 17:13:41 EST ID:S2dwKolL No.33990 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Being a delivery boy was the shit back in high school. I didn't work for a Pizza chain, just a medium college town pizza place that delivered in town only, so I made minimum wage plus tips. The owner was cool as shit and so was everyone else I worked with.

> my fellow co-worker delivery guys are Aaron Andrew, Scott, and Tim
> Aaron is chill but super hipsterish, Andrew is a little hotheaded, and sort of our leader... I guess?
> Scott is super laid back but lazy and slower than hell, Tim is just as laid back but not as lazy, and is our weed connection
> we would get stoned all the time on shift
> we all drive cars armed with CB radios
> invent trucker handles for ourselves.
> Aaron is "Tater Fry", Andrew is "Hotdog Willie" is Scott is "Slippery Snake", and Tim is "Too Tall" and I'm known as "Smokey Joe"
> most of our clients were college kids or in the suburbs and sometimes a few rich homes along the river owned by NFL players
> I would say I averaged about $3-5 a house for tip. Sometimes less, sometimes more.
> college kids were usually the shittiest tippers because they spent there money on other bullshit, or are just stingy
> suburb people were always the most reliable when it came to tipping and usually you got a $5 note on average.
> the rich believe it or not are worse than the college kids.
> many refuse to tip, the ones that do (not saying names but this star defensive linemen for the Green Bay Packers) are super chill and I get tossed like $20
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Juri Sixteen - Tue, 02 Aug 2016 05:34:43 EST ID:DPHRxIwq No.34125 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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<3 Fit female biicycle couriers


its a hard knock life bruh by Ernball - Tue, 15 Sep 2015 14:48:41 EST ID:8Mln82NQ No.32883 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Is it legal to ride a bike on the interstate? I found a job but its 15 miles away and I dont have a car? And how long do you think it would take
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Fucking Nadgekodge - Sat, 09 Apr 2016 05:30:52 EST ID:DPHRxIwq No.33603 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Some cities/town assumes that everyone drives and only poor people take bus/train. That's a retarded way of traffic planning.
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Graham Cluddlestone - Mon, 01 Aug 2016 21:55:05 EST ID:wFvbAsY/ No.34119 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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I FUCKING HATE THE FACT THAT YOU NEED A CAR TO GET ANYWHERE IN THE UNITED STATES BECAUSE "MUH CAR" GOD FUCKING DAMMIT.

>Godforsaken no good fucking suburban cock-smoking mother-fucking incestuous rich fat ham-fisted pieces of shit.
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Jarvis Sandlebury - Tue, 02 Aug 2016 01:09:20 EST ID:U4CpHt5A No.34121 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34119
Nice 4 month bump


Maybe quit being a broke ass and get some kinda money for transportation. Uber, bus, taxi, friends and relatives, a $1000 honda, a bike, a moped. There's so many things you can ride that isnt your boyfriends dick.
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Graham Cluddlestone - Tue, 02 Aug 2016 03:13:59 EST ID:wFvbAsY/ No.34122 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34121

Fuck off.
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Juri Sixteen - Tue, 02 Aug 2016 05:14:33 EST ID:DPHRxIwq No.34124 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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"I want to ride my bicycle" - Queen

More bicycle infrastructure please. It's cheaper and healthier than cars. Urban planning has to assume not everyone has a car.


Querstion. by Molly Corryfield - Wed, 13 Jul 2016 22:48:06 EST ID:wCw2NNjC No.33992 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've got a '10 Subaru Forester. Bought it used. Currently at 85.8k.

She's making weird ass noises when I turn hard. Screechy and loud. It doesn't do it every time I turn hard, but more often than not.

Anyone else ever experience this? Power steering issue? Steering column?

< The Subaru in its natural habitat.
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Caroline Pugglefoot - Fri, 22 Jul 2016 21:52:31 EST ID:fCMsA3/q No.34063 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34061
works the power steering real hard. why do you think the belt usually starts slipping here? no es bueno
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Sidney Crittinglock - Sun, 24 Jul 2016 08:02:01 EST ID:LO8Sgj5b No.34070 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34063
Yeah but it's inevitable, like i think using full lock is just proper usage.
Obviously you're a shit driver if you do it a lot but never using it is kinda stupid as, say, you can park in a place in one go using full lock while you could go back and forth forever if you never used just the right steering angle.
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Molly Benningfoot - Tue, 26 Jul 2016 23:38:15 EST ID:yphWTj1J No.34074 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34070
I think it's like if the alignment is bent or some bushings are gone you could overload the steering. I don't drive around in a fancy car on full lock like some people

anyway I still never use full lock.
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Polly Bardshaw - Sat, 30 Jul 2016 05:40:42 EST ID:aKg501En No.34084 Ignore Report Quick Reply
just add the right fluid to power steering.
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Fanny Gerryhire - Tue, 02 Aug 2016 03:45:04 EST ID:t+hvppCJ No.34123 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Subaru guru here. Air in the loop, open the power steering reservoir and look inside, have someone turn the wheel lock to lock, if you see air bubbles there's your problem. Common subaru fault but cheap to fix.

2 most common locations for this, the orings ontop of the power steering pump, on the plastic inlet piece, get crusty and allow air to get sucked in, other location is the spring clamps that hold the hoses to the reservoir itself, they don't seal very well if it ever gets moved. Slap some traditional worm drive hose clamps on there and call it a day.

I'd do both, cheap >$5 fix and shouldn't take more than an hour. Don't bother doing this if you don't see bubbles in the reservoir when doing the test noted above.


18 year old car road trip blues by Fanny Cettinggold - Thu, 09 Jun 2016 23:21:41 EST ID:OOb1OZIn No.33845 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Ok, guys. My car is a 98 Cavalier Z24, and I'm driving 500 miles tomorrow. I have bottled water, all the fluids for my car, gps, phone charger, and roadside tools with the knowledge to rebuild the damn thing if I have to. I'm working with a fresh motor with original ignition system (that stumbles every now and then), original tranny (sticky safety switch, can be bypassed if necessary), brand new tires, new battery, alternater, and starter. BUT, I've only driven it about 20 miles at a time in town. I'm not confident in my ride. Is this just pre trip jitters, or should I be concerned. This is also my first road trip in over 4 years.

Tl;dr: 18 year old rebuild car, decent trip, but nervous about the first road trip in years.
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Betsy Cluttingfidge - Sun, 31 Jul 2016 11:39:36 EST ID:Rrcu0ofb No.34104 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34100

>Sweeping Generalizations: the Post
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Cyril Nupperchug - Sun, 31 Jul 2016 11:42:17 EST ID:PkByqvCm No.34105 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34100
>"Takes it easy the first 500 miles."
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Betsy Cluttingfidge - Sun, 31 Jul 2016 11:55:33 EST ID:Rrcu0ofb No.34106 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34099

I bought a '94 Buick for $2000 and it's cherry. It was an out of state car for all but 2 years of its life (I live in Michigan, so the salt and damp can be a car killer) I'm thinking about applying one of those rubberized undercoats to it to help protect it, but idk how well those work. The usual older car in Michigan is usually rotted the fuck out. I'm talking like, even the rocker panels completely gone, jack points gone, chunks of rust falling off the body panels, etc.

Not a single spot of rust anywhere on the body or frame, it's goddamn immaculate underneath. 138k miles on it which really isn't that much for a 3800 series V6. Only problem I've had with it is a previous owner had a mechanic put a 3rd party fuel pump on the thing, and the mechanic fucked it all up somehow, so I replaced that with a brand new OEM fuel pump that I got for $70 and haven't had a single problem since. Thing even came with brand-new Cooper tires on it, which is nice.

So yeah, generally speaking you're right, there's a dead zone from early 90's to mid 2000's where a majority of American car models are shit. But there's some damn good ones out there if you know where to look.

As for where I found my car, I was looking around on Craigslist, and every single car I found on that website was pure and utter overpriced shit. One guy wanted 3 grand for a rusted out Pontiac Grand Prix that had 218k miles and had been fucking rolled. On the way to check out (oddly enough) another Buick Lesabre of the same year or very close (think it was a '93) I saw the car I currently own in a driveway with a for sale sign. I checked it out, saw it was in fan-fucking-tastic condition and talked to the guy, put $100 down, went to go check out the other Buick anyway 'cause why the fuck not, turns out the other buick had NO brakes. I mean you had to pump the brake pedal for a good long while and then stand on the thing to even get it to slow down. So, went back to the other guy, bought the '94, and lived happily ever after. Except for the fuel pump fiasco. Idk what was wrong with it exactly, something to do with the strainer or something and the fact that it was a cheap a…
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Lydia Blatherway - Sun, 31 Jul 2016 20:27:09 EST ID:57LQKE3S No.34108 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34106
post a picture of it i wanna see it
nb
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Phyllis Chozzlestet - Mon, 01 Aug 2016 01:41:15 EST ID:Rrcu0ofb No.34110 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34108

Mind waiting for tomorrow, or maybe a day later? been busy.

nb.


ATL-Portland by Clara Fummlefuck - Tue, 14 Jul 2015 12:17:13 EST ID:Bedf6NfP No.32555 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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So im leaving atlanta on thursday to go to portland oregon.
I have,
-enough clothes to last 2 weeks.
-close to $1,500
-enough food to last 4 days.
-an early 2000's model F150 in decent condition with a brand new battery and brand new tires/rotors/brakes.
-knick kacks, a gas can, a spare tire, a few minor tools, and some gemstones.

how far till with i make it?

pic related, my ex gf who has forced me to flee across country.
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Charlotte Girrywat - Thu, 16 Jul 2015 10:28:21 EST ID:qVNOQrGc No.32568 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>32562

Thats the reason I told him to get rid of the truck he saves $800 puts at least couple thousand in his pocket and spends less than half the amount on airfare than it would cost to drive. ATL is a Delta hub and they bought Northwest Airlines which had a hub in Portland so a flight between the two shouldnt cost too much one way.

>But I maintain that he should find a job and a room to rent before he heads out.
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Phineas Honeydock - Sun, 19 Jul 2015 23:03:05 EST ID:yccj2kTT No.32581 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>32568
how does one line up a job cross country? rooms are hard to come by sight unseen too. it's way easier to figure that stuff out when you get there...

...that is, if you even need a room straight away. You guys ever been to portland? it's pretty easy to be a street person there.
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Nigel Trotworth - Sat, 25 Jul 2015 14:09:10 EST ID:2uqRZ+Rh No.32622 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>32581
It's easy for the professional bums and drug addicts with nothing to lose. Police will harass you endlessly with tickets in hopes you don't pay so they can arrest you and clear the bums off the sidewalk. Other bums will jack your stuff while you sleep, or shoot you with pepper spray and try to steal your money/everything.

To do this you have to hook up with a group of street punks and look out for each other, and most of them are drug addicts so expect to get dragged into the drama of unpaid drug debts and street level enforcers threatening your group if one of you is selling a little on the side. Then there's dealing with all the drunks coming out of clubs that try to fight you, and various mentally ill nutcases.

Go live in some communal farming community not the streets, plenty of them advertise on CL
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Polly Bardshaw - Sat, 30 Jul 2016 05:43:41 EST ID:aKg501En No.34085 Ignore Report Quick Reply
yeah, just get a job when you arrive
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Lillian Pirringnot - Sat, 30 Jul 2016 11:50:54 EST ID:6IaRPnMQ No.34087 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>Giving advice in a thread that is over a year old.

Come on, OP is probably dead by now from the aids he got sucking homeless dick for money in Portland.


Any websites that advertise cheap long flights? by Nigel Diblinglock - Wed, 27 Jul 2016 08:45:02 EST ID:64aOzgm3 No.34077 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Basically I need to get from Northern Europe to Buenos Aires at the beginning of 2017
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 28 Jul 2016 09:06:24 EST ID:hP85eGvX No.34081 Report Quick Reply
Try using travel amalgamation sites like Skyscanner and Kayak to find the cheapest rates
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Edward Nerringbodging - Fri, 29 Jul 2016 02:15:42 EST ID:vbJbW5cj No.34082 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34077

Also, turn on privacy mode or whatever it is on your browser that turns off history tracking and shit. I hear it also turns off the location of where you're at so the prices go down since they are automatically adjusted depending on where you're located. Haven't tried it myself, but it's worth a shot.
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Hugh Challerfield - Sat, 30 Jul 2016 05:48:52 EST ID:64aOzgm3 No.34086 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34082
interesting, thanks


Best routes? by Martha Hiffingson - Wed, 27 Jul 2016 08:27:15 EST ID:yG7K8hQb No.34076 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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so, i bouth a one way ticket to Seoul leaving sep 7, i need to be in ukraine early december.

best/most adventurous routes?

pic related, its Seoul
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Nell Nockleford - Wed, 27 Jul 2016 20:05:48 EST ID:CL+YSiWX No.34078 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34076
go north, through Kimsylvania, then travel through china en route to russia, and take a train to kyev from there.
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Edward Huddlewater - Wed, 27 Jul 2016 22:09:12 EST ID:LO8Sgj5b No.34079 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Just go to russia and try to get to ukraine by train, see if you survive


Van Lyfe by Reuben Clullerstag - Fri, 24 Jun 2016 00:31:42 EST ID:6ZsZVbn/ No.33900 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hate paying rent. Slept in crazier/worse conditions plenty of times. Love the mobility potential.

Whaddaya know bout van livin /vroom/?
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Jack Blonkinhare - Wed, 20 Jul 2016 03:25:51 EST ID:5/+NZfJP No.34049 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34048
30 pounds? Jesus fuck. What size are you? At 27 lbs I feel like I am dying. I'm at 20 and that is without a frame and just hip mounts.

I don't hit 27 unless I am strapped with water and food. I've done 17lbs before but that is excluding decent clothes and shit. Winter is about 22. 20ish is like nothing but 30 is walking death for me.

But then again, I never dumped hardly anything and always carry everything damn near. Some rare times I would find a perfect spot to hide my shit and/or bike really close to town but if I lost my gear I'd be completely fucked because I would always run with so little money. I would almost always be hitting pavement too so I'm sure that wears on you more than dirt. Plus the slight slope on road shoulders will fuck your hips up if you walk it a ton. Add weight to that and the effects grow exponentially.
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Hedda Duckridge - Wed, 20 Jul 2016 22:20:04 EST ID:6rBlQXxE No.34053 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34049
Do you smoke? I don't know what to say, when I was in boy scouts we carried upwards of twenty pounds every trip. Who ever was carrying the camp oven was carrying over twenty just from that. Granted we weren't hiking for days on end or anything but it was more than just an hour or two.
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Lillian Brobblechig - Wed, 20 Jul 2016 23:03:37 EST ID:L+nFZ21u No.34055 Ignore Report Quick Reply
lotsa words in this thread I didn't read. See I still want a mailing address I think, I gotta buy shit off amazon and also make money. I guess I could rent a lot but that shit is way too expensive it seems, several hundred dollars a month, wtf?
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Phoebe Pobbleworth - Wed, 20 Jul 2016 23:43:50 EST ID:Rrcu0ofb No.34056 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34049

30lbs on your back ain't exactly a whole lot. it's a good load, but that was the maximum load my foldable day pack was rated for, not saying I always hauled 30lbs around with it.

Besides, my backpack in school with all the books regularly weighed over 40lbs. You know, with 4-6 of those massive, thick textbooks, notebooks, paper, etc etc. gets heavy.
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Walter Brannerwill - Thu, 21 Jul 2016 05:33:43 EST ID:5/+NZfJP No.34059 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34053
When I'm one the road I'm around 140lbs and 5'9" so I'm not tiny or massive. Just skinny. I guess it is intermittent use. I have my pack on my back literally all day if I am hitching and I still have it on for multiple hours if I am on a bike.


Good boots for hiking/walking? Also, good morning! by James Pecklefield - Wed, 18 Feb 2015 13:36:52 EST ID:2gCi+jjs No.31814 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I recently got out of the Navy, and am hanging out in Washington state for the foreseeable future. I figure a good way to decompress and de-stress would be to do a lot of hiking and just wandering in the PNW.

If anyone has a lot of experience with long walks, I'd really appreciate advice concerning a great pair of walking boots. I honestly have no idea, and this seems like the right place to ask. Thanks!
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Science Ninja Gatchaman - Sat, 11 Jun 2016 07:03:38 EST ID:DPHRxIwq No.33851 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Are army boots any good?
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Ernest Clashfoot - Sun, 12 Jun 2016 01:18:45 EST ID:2nRNSBTK No.33861 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>33851

Eh, military boots are mostly designed for function and practicality, not comfort. if you don't mind not having comfortable boots, but boots that will keep your feet dry and warm and last forever, then yeah. But the civilian market is probably the better choice here.

Not saying military boots are pain machines, as that would be detrimental to the soldier's effectiveness. But there's much more comfortable choices out there that will work just as well, if you know what I mean?
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Volcanic Beach - Fri, 15 Jul 2016 23:27:59 EST ID:DPHRxIwq No.34016 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Getting good boots for hiking holidays is a must.
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Cornelius Hublingkare - Sat, 16 Jul 2016 05:47:54 EST ID:KtQx+5zg No.34020 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>31814

Get a pair of Scarpas and look after them.
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Juri Sixteen - Thu, 21 Jul 2016 04:36:44 EST ID:DPHRxIwq No.34058 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Are you ready to walk?
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