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Michelin Star

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- Fri, 17 Jun 2016 09:55:35 EST DPHRxIwq No.33881
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How far will you travel for good food?
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Eliza Peddlespear - Sat, 19 Sep 2020 22:54:13 EST A8DJyueW No.36365 Reply
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Hot noodle soup on a cold night.
User is currently banned from all boards

Keeping old cars safe in the city

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- Sun, 24 May 2020 06:44:22 EST krsWOeXT No.36306
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Hey guys! Pretty much what it says on the tin - I'm looking for some advice on keeping my old car as secure as I can.

I'm going to be moving back to the city soon, and I'd like to continue living in a hostel on the edge of the CBD. They've got free parking, and I've got a little Suzuki Carry from the late 80s that I'd love to have around.

The problem is that this van, with no real anti-security other than mechanical locks on the doors, is going to be in a parking lot that's open to the street, and kind of visible from there too. Being a cool little weirdo car like it is, I'm worried it'd be a target for break-ins. There have already been attempted break-ins in the car park before.

Does anybody have any methods for keeping their cars safe in situations like this?

It's a half-covered floor-level car park like you'd find in an apartment building, and there's no CCTV, if that helps at all.
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Swim - Thu, 03 Sep 2020 23:41:59 EST iJZp3mS+ No.36359 Reply
Don't keep all your expensive tools and electronics in the car, maybe a few tapes or CD's in the glove box, but if you leave a backpack in there someone might break in to get at it. If you're worried that they'll steal the car you can get a steering wheel lock or a battery disconnect switch if you don't mind your clock being off.
Hannah Shittingman - Tue, 06 Oct 2020 13:26:03 EST MUMQbLVi No.36375 Reply
>tapes or CD's
Is it 1995 again?
Even old cars can just have a simple cheap aux equipped sounds system put in, hell even bluetooth setups are pretty reasonable these days.

post your ride I : the phantom motor vehicle

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- Sun, 13 Apr 2014 03:51:04 EST 1NyBhKVk No.30192
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A long long time ago, in a factory far away, your vehicle was made.

Post em.

sissy bikes need not apply
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Molly Crumblefield - Fri, 16 Oct 2020 00:27:15 EST XG79n1Z1 No.36382 Reply
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When in doubt scout the place ya wanna let loose at for a good while before hand. Take note of any pull-offs or abandoned properties, parking lots, etc. Especially if it's on the other side of a blind curve. Cops like to hide there but they tend not to do so on private property if they can help it. That won't stop them but there's less of a chance.

Nice NA Miata btw.
Jenny Sinkincocke - Mon, 26 Oct 2020 04:26:26 EST 3LDhr4WZ No.36383 Reply
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Scion FR-S

My travels as a vagabond

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!lwriJ94kMg - Thu, 05 Nov 2015 20:07:02 EST ETnhZld3 No.33061
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Ok so I made a post a few months back talking about a trip I've been planning around the world on practically no money.

Well I'm doing it! I'm in Venice Italy right now. I arrived super late and ended up just dropping 20 euro on a hostel because I've been hitchiking for 5 days and was to tired to hunt down a squat in the dark.

I've been couch surfing and wwoofing as well as busking some street art. I make those outer space scense with spray paint that the tourists fucking love. On a good day I make like 20 euro. Even on my worst day I make 5-10 euro ( i keep writing euro because my pc dosent have a euro button because it was made in murica and im to lazy to look up the ascii code.)

Ive met tons of cool people from various walks of life.

The other night I pitched my tent in a traffic circle on the highway that had a lot of bushes. I got bored and wandered to the gas station where i met some homeless chick who was waiting for a ride and we hung out and she shared this huge ball of hash with me, i gifted her with a painting.

I'll write more detailed adventures and post cooler pics in the future. But right now i have to take my first shower and a shave in a week. I look like shit.

Pic is me and some distraught locals who hosted me for a week.
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Barnaby Washdock - Wed, 14 Oct 2020 11:27:47 EST qUU0Mdxg No.36379 Reply

Oooops, the rules... My bad.

How about a do over without the last part?

Biking 101

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- Fri, 28 Apr 2017 19:46:44 EST c12rQIID No.35089
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Sup /vroom/

Where can I learn about the bike gears? (1-3) & (1-6)

What is there to know about general bike upkeep? Like checking tire pressure and making sure everything is lubricated

Are there any resources about "pimping out" and modding bikes with accessories and that sorta stuff?
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Beatrice Hishwill - Thu, 18 Jun 2020 18:20:40 EST Cq7c0D8m No.36319 Reply
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there are four gears on a bike

uphill tryhard
downhill tryhard
uphill cruise
downhill cruise

the whole 12 speed thing is something that you eyeball your legs to reach your personal taste for these 4 gear designations. the cruise and tryhard distinctions work on the front and the uphill and downhill distinctions work on the back.

fuck these mouthwash spaceship bikes of someone who owns their own dental practice by the way. i don't want to share marketshare with those people. buy used 12kg vintage and don't die on it. jam the seat down and cruise going off the accentuated top brakes is my operating principle.

you guys remember mister garrison's new revolutionary form of transport from that one episode of southpark? you do not need to be uncomfortable for this gay shit.

and fuckin don't forget to carry a chain whip with you because a lot of middle aged gay men can't figure that one out

/pybt/ - post your bike thread

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- Tue, 26 May 2020 11:43:01 EST uhdyzMM2 No.36311
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Secret 420chan Editio/n/
>Smoke Weed Everyday

English Speaking Low Cost of Living

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- Sun, 21 Aug 2016 03:22:44 EST 4x4j/P3m No.34197
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Want to get out of the USA.
What are some places I can move to that have:
  1. Low cost of living relative to US
  2. Speak English
(3. Preferably get CS job there)
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 17 Oct 2016 15:06:27 EST aPvb8Zg7 No.34386 Reply
I'm surprised that your friend could afford to live there. They have a high cost of living don't they? Then again I believe one of my dad's friend's son worked as a teacher there so maybe it can be affordable.
Emma Brablingkat - Fri, 21 Oct 2016 18:37:21 EST 35ne4fDP No.34399 Reply

You're generally paid to be there, housing and return flights are standard on pretty much any contract where you're hired overseas in a professional position, this usually has a lot do with visa requirements, most countries are not immigration friendly as western europe/north america (in a lot of jurisdictions your employer is your guarantor and on the hook if you get into shenanigans). Going anywhere legally without some in demand-quals (STEM) or having a job a priori isn't possible unless you're backpacking and doing donkey work under the table, paid at local rates (i.e. fuck all)...teaching english and some kinds of hospitality work are viable, especially in Asia, but not what the OP was looking for
Jenny Sagglekark - Sat, 03 Oct 2020 23:52:42 EST xEU5rgF9 No.36370 Reply
panama is cool. has huge discount program if you have income of $1000 a month. huge expat community, tropical weather, and cheap cost of living


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- Fri, 21 Aug 2020 17:50:14 EST BYaZngJ4 No.36354
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Found a youtube video of this old plane showing its moves.
(short landing and take off)


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- Wed, 13 Jul 2016 22:48:06 EST wCw2NNjC No.33992
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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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Doris Feshmuck - Sun, 08 Sep 2019 08:44:45 EST UKs5EW5U No.36137 Reply
Question: is Tesla still the best electric car?
Sandy thinks so after disassembling a Tesla 3.
6:00 — He talks about his two new reports on the cost to build the Tesla Model 3 in China. He also mentions the special relationship in China with Chairman Xi, where Tesla got land, assistance with building the factory, and special citizenship. Tesla is also the only foreign company that has been allowed to build a car factory without a domestic partner.
12:00 — Munro mentions that Chrysler and more recently Toyota bought his Tesla research, but GM and Ford have not.
13:00 — He mentions, “Nobody has electronics like Tesla.”
14:00 — Tesla is dropping from 1.8 km of wire in the Model 3 to less than 100 meters of wire. That is only enough for power wire, so communications has to be wireless
15:00 — He trusts “Tesla software more than anything else.”
16:00 — Most big companies in China are interested in his reports.
17:00 — Tesla’s vertical integration saves it from giving up profit to suppliers.
18:00 — “If you aren’t creating the motor, battery and circuits, you aren’t a company, you are a reseller. … They have wicked smart engineers.”
20:00 — “Their engineering is to die for.” It’s turned into a money machine for Sandy, providing info on Tesla. He’s amazed at how many people want to know about Tesla.
21:30 — Sandy mocks financial analysts, saying he knows the analysts that claim they know cars, and he knows they haven’t torn apart in a car.
23:00 — He thinks they can build a factory in a year in China that would take 2 to 3 years in the US.
25:00 — CATL, Panasonic, LG, and others building huge battery factories in China.
27:30 — Tesla circuit boards have antennas all over their boards. China is working to catch up to Tesla. GM and Ford don’t realize how far behind they are.
30:00 — He talks about how China incentives are going away.
43:00 — He has been to China 6 times and every time he has been surprised and impressed with something.
44:00 — He forecasts there will be no new gas engines released after 2021 or 2022. “If you are an engine engineer, you better be in trade school at night.”
48:00 — Toyota is releasing 24,000 EV/hybrid patents, but he implies that it’s a Trojan horse. If you waste time looking at Toyota’s patents from 5 years ago, you are wasting time.
51:00 — Tesla’s motors are the lightest, most efficient, and most powerful.
55:00 — “I was shocked at the performance of the Model 3!”
57:00 — “I used to race cars, and if you want to go fast, you want an EV.”
58:00 — “Tesla technology is VASTLY different than everyone else’s.”
60:00 — “Elon is the only hero in the US.”
62:00 — Motor Trend journalist says “Teslas are stunning to drive.”
64:00 — Tesla builds cars that blow people away with drive quality and “bewitching” features.
65:00 — Sandy says “If I was 35 or 25, I’d buy a Tesla for the thrill of driving.”
69:00 — Super bottle integration of heating and cooling of everything is brilliant.
78:00 — “Tesla has kicked the European manufacturers in the ass, what they have accomplished is extraordinary.”
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Fuck Camblededging - Fri, 11 Sep 2020 21:23:55 EST L6tYYKc2 No.36361 Reply
On any typical hydraulic power steering system, the pump gets worked extra hard at full lock because it will be trying to push the steering rack further than it can physically go. It's not going to hurt anything if you go full lock once in a while because you need to, but don't hold it full lock for a long time because that's when it'll just be wearing things for no reason.

Some cars you can hear it make struggling noises if you hold the wheel full lock vs. letting it back off slightly. Just don't sit there with it cranked all the way over fighting the steering rack and you'll be fine.

I'm looking for a small hotel / spa where I can be nude the whole day and fuck under the shower

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- Sun, 23 Aug 2020 12:54:46 EST 8Iu/i+Ui No.36355
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I'm looking for a hotel with a pool and spa where I can drive to with a horny friend of mine, where we can be alone most of the time, with a pool and places of instant-sex.

Something like a wellness-oasis for adults only, without old sack-dingling people running around.

How do I find such place?


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- Mon, 18 Jun 2018 12:30:54 EST P7W9+VrQ No.35795
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have yet to see a thread about them, which is surprising on such a forum. one would think a bunch of drunks, stoners, and junkies would love public transit. post all your train pictures, stories, etc in this thread
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Lydia Pickshit - Tue, 23 Jun 2020 05:06:49 EST rEFqH68v No.36322 Reply
Only been on them a few times. It's great for missing out traffic jams and (usually) being quicker than by car. Best train journey was a 200 mile one where I was covertly fingering my girlfriend with people around.

van life canada

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- Tue, 22 Oct 2019 03:54:12 EST ZreqavN5 No.36180
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hi guys,
need some advice, im planning on moving to canada
i have lived in a couple of countries before and i feel the biggest mistake i made was not investing in a van/mobile home right away because when hostels and stuff fell through.

i have looked at second hand stealth campers. my budget is about 3-5k i have no idea what too look out for or what could be a problem getting parts for and have made the mistake before

i dont even know how european license works in canada

any help appreciated thanks
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Betsy Gemblefire - Tue, 29 Oct 2019 20:40:20 EST 6KPtPrFf No.36193 Reply
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canada 101:
stay warm
be nice
look at nature
Fanny Hoblingsare - Fri, 24 Jan 2020 23:44:02 EST ISEQ/pzP No.36243 Reply
You'll be on an international driver's license until you can get it ported over to a provincial license.

People are pussies about the cold.

Most habitable vehicles by an american manufacturer are easy to get parts for. The asian carmakers don't sell lots of suitable vehicles here, so just ignore that for the most part.

you have friends here or something? the government doesn't like people with no fixed address, you're expected to have at least a paper address as a new immigrant. if you get citizenship (easily bought) you can basically do as you wish.
Cedric Shittinghall - Mon, 20 Jul 2020 11:46:15 EST q8OinXmN No.36339 Reply
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Got a van, but not OP. Runs good, extended bed, V8
Gutted and recycled the trash it came with. Insulation and water system going up next.

Advice for roadtrip through cali

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- Wed, 01 Jul 2020 00:23:50 EST K0B6pAPz No.36326
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My boyfriend and I are driving from Phoenix az to Seattle late August, through California. We've never been on a road trip together before, first time I've been on since an adult really, so looking for any advice. Stuff we should do, where we should camp, things to have on us, general advice, stuff like that! Trying to not spend a lot of money so camping would be preferable, but if there is something worth a couple bucks more please feel free to mention it! Any advice is appreciated!
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Augustus Tillingville - Fri, 03 Jul 2020 00:03:40 EST Q1MBeuBt No.36332 Reply
Thanks good advice. I'm up for most things, I'm mostly interested in anything everyone should do going through California, trying to kind of get it done so that I can travel the rest of america and not have to worry about coming back west.
Eugene Cherringkudge - Fri, 03 Jul 2020 00:26:34 EST 5h/nw+IM No.36333 Reply
i've never benn, but I think visiting Yosemite National Park would be amazing. Some of the most awe inspiuring rock walls in the world (1000's of feet of straight vertical walls) and nice areas for camping I'd imagine.
William Pummerwell - Sat, 18 Jul 2020 10:06:15 EST 3xnDYtSN No.36338 Reply
I did almost that exact trip back in 2014 summer. Went up from New Mexico through Colorado, Utah, and Idaho to Seattle. Then down HWY 1 to LA and back across AZ home.

Took me a month and I spent about $1000. Cost was mostly gas and food, of course I wanted to eat all the local stuff I could try.

I mostly slept in my car in Walmart and casino parking lots. It’ll be tougher this year since Walmart is closed at 8:30 pm with COVID. I liked being able to sleep somewhere with security cameras and bathrooms, which a lot of parking lots don’t have.

I don’t remember there being many affordable campgrounds in CA. It was expensive as fuck all along the coast so I drove through those parts rather quick. Oregon was awesome. I actually stayed there much longer than planned. Check out the tide pools all along the coast.

You mention not trying to spend much money. It can be done no problem, but be realistic about your comfort levels near big cities. That whole trip goes through expensive areas, if you want to camp at real sites it will still cost a bit. I’d say maybe look at a few couch surfing options but I think some company bought that site and fucked it all up now.

It’ll be an amazing trip, take it slow and enjoy the coast.

Travelling while corona virus is active?

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- Mon, 02 Mar 2020 11:55:17 EST CW2WSS/A No.36255
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What are your thoughts on traveling while corona virus is infecting the whole world? I really need a vacation, but it's probably better to stay put while this shit passes?

Not paranoid, just looking for some rational opinions.

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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Fri, 08 May 2020 14:34:22 EST AbBEJ58i No.36300 Reply
As long as you maintain social distancing, wash your hands regularly, and wear a mask and gloves when you're going out and about, you should be okay to travel but depending on where you decide to go, you should check to see each country's COVID-19 policies.
Lillian Snodford - Wed, 15 Jul 2020 10:09:58 EST 3LDhr4WZ No.36337 Reply
Getting stuck in multiple two-week quarantines adds up...

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