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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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Hugh Snodlock - Thu, 07 Nov 2019 01:49:16 EST eBK5lRmS No.36200 Reply
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Will travel far for sweets.
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Matilda Chengerfoot - Sat, 09 Nov 2019 21:19:18 EST zitlNrh9 No.36204 Reply
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>>36200
Pair it with coffee from the exotic equator.
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Nicholas Drandlewill - Tue, 03 Dec 2019 01:24:31 EST XKWF5OaR No.36211 Reply
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Fancy going to France for some beef tartare?

situation

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- Mon, 25 Nov 2019 11:57:33 EST +0Di80P+ No.36205
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I just got a new job and I'm back to making some decent money. I dont have to pay rent at the moment and earn about $2400 a month or so. I own a 8th generation honda accord with 75k miles that is paid off but needs repairs (about $1.5-2k total inc labor). I could prob sell it as is for $4k.

Now I'm debating on keeping it and risking the reliability of it running for another few years without major repairs or going out and buying another used car with low miles for $15k or under.

What would you do? Its obviously cheaper per month to just keep my current car but if a major repair is needed it will outweigh any of that. If I get another car, thats easily another $350 a month extra I have to spend.
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Jack Gibblestock - Thu, 28 Nov 2019 18:56:06 EST c5CX8yyG No.36207 Reply
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>>36205
Keep the car; minimise its usage where possible.
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Hugh Dredgemidge - Sun, 01 Dec 2019 21:38:25 EST ZUd8Angp No.36210 Reply
oh for the love of god keep it you'll get a new car and then something will bug you and you'll hate it then you'll get another and another

repairing a car is cheaper than buying a new one and hondas are relatively good cars

dont make big purchases right after getting a new job because you aren't secure in you're position yet and if life happens and you're out of a job or have to leave you won't be saddled with a car payment. Save your munny

Anyone here have experience traveling homeless?

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- Sat, 26 Oct 2019 18:33:29 EST nn7ZZts1 No.36187
File: 1572129209717.jpg -(5393510B / 5.14MB, 5344x3006) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Anyone here have experience traveling homeless?
My buddy has been doing it for a few weeks and he keeps on suggestion I join him. I'm a NEET so there is nothing really keeping me here. Even though it's starting to get cold, he makes it look pretty cozy: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=agIMRTB_Qg8
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Phyllis Tillingway - Fri, 01 Nov 2019 19:18:34 EST nn7ZZts1 No.36196 Reply
>>36190
He hadn't even gone camping in almost a decade but she jumped right into this life because of a bad breakup (more or less). I'm honestly surprised he's not already sick of it. I guess some people are naturals at living outside. He doesn't work and mostly shoplifts what he needs. I'm worried that if I merely roll with him, I'll be implicated.

I don't want to accuse him of lying but how can he not have been arrested yet while stealing food, booze, and cigs almost every day? He actually was in jail for a while because of a fight he burned something in a neighborhood without a permit. Fuck Virginia lol.

I guess the question is: can it really be this easy to just start living homeless? I always assumed it was basically a full-time job anyway
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James Randi - Mon, 04 Nov 2019 11:00:38 EST 3FI9dBOe No.36198 Reply
>>36196
It ussualy is a full time job just surviving all day living out side.

It actually takes alot of energy and effort and organization skills to live outside a not look and smell like it and also not in jail.

Tell your friend to learn to busk or he's gonna wind up at rock bottom soon shooting up H on the back of a moving rail car where his arm gets pinched between the cars when he nodds out.
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Clara Murdwill - Sun, 01 Dec 2019 20:38:48 EST b8yKtX6y No.36209 Reply
>>36198
Guessing your not a fan of train kids them eh? lol

Amusement Park thread

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!lfsExjBfzE - Mon, 22 Aug 2016 22:17:44 EST Rbnr0uO4 No.34203
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Didn't see any threads on amusement parks on here and I figured /vroom/ would be the best board to post about it.

What theme and water parks have you guys visited? Any stories from those trips you've taken to them?

pic related, I miss going to Wild Rivers as a kid.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Tue, 06 Sep 2016 14:18:39 EST Rbnr0uO4 No.34270 Reply
Got back late last night. My friend and I just went on the roller coasters but I forgot how awesome Storm Runner was. I also will say Laff Trakk, which was the first time I went on it, was surprisingly fun for an indoor roller coaster. Also got plenty of Hershey's candy, which I'll post on /nom/.

Any other experiences you guys have had at amusement parks?
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Thu, 13 Oct 2016 16:38:12 EST QDUmzxvZ No.34372 Reply
Bumping since I'm going to Seattle in a few weeks and trying to find some attractions like family fun centers and stuff to do, what places do you guys recommend?
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Dsrtira - Fri, 29 Nov 2019 12:34:18 EST bfHms+PS No.36208 Reply
>>34203
I went to silver dollar city.. once or twice. A good fun day. I remember going to six flags an not being talk enough to ride the Batman rollercoaster. My dad at the time just went on it. I bet it was fun n stuff.

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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Samuel Berringwill - Sat, 09 Nov 2019 19:03:27 EST XR3b2AHp No.36202 Reply
>>36197
Those slotted seats just make me think of this gif I saw of a squirrel that got it's nuts stuck between the slats in a wooden fence.
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Fucking Sapperlen - Wed, 27 Nov 2019 03:48:34 EST 9h89htrb No.36206 Reply
>>36197
I don't know about swamp fungus, but supposedly the slot is there to help keep blood pressure to your gonads from being cut off. Probably doesn't matter if you only ride for a few miles at a time.

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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James Randi - Tue, 29 Oct 2019 05:10:44 EST 3FI9dBOe No.36192 Reply
post pics of your van your thinking of getting.

If your buying a second hand vehicle to use for a short while you will be ok. Like maybe 1-2 years tops. Other wise it starts costing more in repairs than the vehicle is worth.
If you really want to buy a vehicle that will last you much longer I think your gonna have to up your van budget at least to 9-10k min.
In canada you're gonna need tag and tittle and probably some sort of emissions tests and saftey inspection.
Then you need insurance.

Ive always thought a vehicle was more trouble than it was worth while traveling unless you have a good income to keep your vehicle fed and paid for.
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Betsy Gemblefire - Tue, 29 Oct 2019 20:40:20 EST 6KPtPrFf No.36193 Reply
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>>36188
canada 101:
stay warm
be nice
look at nature

SKYLINE

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- Wed, 16 Oct 2019 11:01:55 EST hfuRxbwk No.36171
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He guys I was wondering, what do you think of the new Skyline look?
I think it looks like shit
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Gudra - Thu, 24 Oct 2019 20:01:43 EST bfHms+PS No.36183 Reply
>>36171
It's a top brand man. So you know there just a level of pride and passion that's just so hard to reach for other car brands. Achmm old gm
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Samuel Berringwill - Sat, 09 Nov 2019 19:07:46 EST XR3b2AHp No.36203 Reply
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>>36201
This. "Skyline" is a trim level, effectively Japan's version of Infiniti. He guys, what do you think of the new Skyline?

adcdcd

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- Mon, 21 Oct 2019 18:37:53 EST zBI8lCzQ No.36178
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anyone travel outside USA on SSDI?

Where and what's it like? Do you speak the language well enough?
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Samuel Semblechotch - Thu, 24 Oct 2019 18:35:15 EST dcsY3dZo No.36182 Reply
>>36178
OP here i want to move to eastern europe/ russia

i speak a little german and can READ russian , but am mostly reliant on the cognates aka i dont know much at all

Nature and landscapes

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- Sat, 13 Feb 2016 12:47:50 EST l/pxM0pm No.33444
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Mods have declared that this is now also a nature and landscape board due to it's association with travel. Any thoughts?
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honk - Mon, 01 Jul 2019 22:53:18 EST 5dQpwooC No.36066 Reply
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>>33444
I think nature/outdoors should be a separate board. Mods are fags as always.

Here have some OC for the thread.
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Fucking Soshford - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 23:36:33 EST wrHM0JLa No.36177 Reply
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Winter is coming....

What the heck is this?

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- Sun, 07 Aug 2016 01:59:50 EST DPHRxIwq No.34155
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ELLIPTIGO ELLIPTICAL CYCLING
http://www.elliptigo.com/
Looks stupid to use....
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Fucking Soshford - Sat, 19 Oct 2019 23:35:47 EST wrHM0JLa No.36176 Reply
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>Hoverboard
>Has wheels
Call it a motorised wheeled board then.

What can You tell me about Ford vehicles?

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- Mon, 18 Jun 2018 18:06:06 EST WqA0tUln No.35796
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> why should I trade my car in for another Ford
> why should I?
This is my first car and my mom gave it to me, the dealership wants me to trade it in for a newer one, but everyone tells me dont go for another Ford because they are like the McDonalds of car world. They are the first manufacturer but not the best.
This will be my first inquiry into cars, and could start me on really educating myself.

What about Ford makes you Not Want to have one? What do other car brands offer and can I trade a ford in to other dealerships or am I only allowed to trade in the dealership I got this one from?
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Nigel Duckdale - Sun, 31 Mar 2019 14:51:29 EST EYtSLv/x No.35995 Reply
>>35838
This, OP. Battery swaps are ridiculously easy. Just walk your old battery into an auto parts retailer. They offer free battery disposal usually so that's a plus, AND they will show you which battery will fit your car. I did pay like $100 for a spankin' new one but it was worth it.

Honestly if your current car is WORKABLE you should watch YouTube videos about how to fix it up. I watched a LOT of ChrisFix vids when I was working on my last car. It's really quite easy to do regular maintenance on almost any car, provided you have the right tools. Get a hand me down socket set because that'll be your bread and butter. The only things I wouldn't personally try to upkeep are transmissions and engine blocks. Spark plugs, mufflers, batteries and the like are all basic fare for car maintenance.

As for brands, anything Toyota makes lasts FOREVER. Toyota is, to me, the ultimate consumer car company. Their stuff is built well enough to take a beating, and simply enough to be easily accessible for maintenance operations.

ADVICE REQUEST: Weed and Greece

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- Wed, 18 Sep 2019 18:07:30 EST yzpQQN4W No.36154
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How does one smuggle weed into Greece for their vacation? How badly are you fucked if you get caught with say... 50 grams of weed in Greece as a tourist? I've heard some scary shit. I beckon you brothers, bestow thine knowledges upon me
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James Randi - Wed, 18 Sep 2019 20:31:16 EST BVtJFJsq No.36155 Reply
Just buy weed there dingus.

Don't buy it in the bit tourist markets tho. You will get robbed or sold fake hash at worst or sold over priced bs that is hardly weed/hash.

Don't buy from any one advertising.
Go to a place where alternitive people chill.
Look for people with dread locks and simply ask them.

Times you were a bicyclist or pedestrian

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- Mon, 25 Mar 2019 03:59:18 EST F3BlkIrl No.35984
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How often do you cycle or walk to get somewhere specifically rather than for recreation?
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Ernest Fizzlebidge - Fri, 30 Aug 2019 05:35:09 EST ulpBALqP No.36129 Reply
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Ride them hard.
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Rebecca Chollyspear - Fri, 11 Oct 2019 10:03:24 EST ZVeUwa+O No.36166 Reply
>>35984

I walk everywhere. I live downtown and don't have a car. Use trains when needed, but have over 100 restaurants and stores and everything mostly within a 10 15 minute walk.

Visiting New York

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- Tue, 13 Aug 2019 21:25:59 EST UvX5/QoJ No.36116
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Sup /vroom/,

I am a simpleton from the Western US and I have only been to maybe 15 or so states, and only 4 other countries. I have never been further east than Ohio, and I want to start visiting some places on the East Coast both to experience the different side of American culture as well as see some tourist sights, eat some good food, and see historical locations. I recently toured up and down the West Coast and feel I should set my sights on the other coast now. I have never been to New York so I figured I might as well start with NYC, then maybe check out Boston next year or something.

I'm planning to go in early December for ~4 days, a Wed night or Thurs through Sunday. I know this will be a cold time of year, but I live in AZ and cold and snow are like a wonderful adventure for me. I've been in sub zero temps in Minnesota before so I know to layer clothes and stuff.

Anyway, for a complete bumbling retard tourist, any tips on visiting the Big Apple? Any must-see places or must-do experiences? Any shitty tourist trap things to avoid? Any little tips or advice I might not think to ask?
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Phyllis Bobberwater - Wed, 21 Aug 2019 02:33:28 EST CygG+8Sq No.36121 Reply
If you go upstate, check out Niagara falls because it's still summer. You could spend forever in NYC and not get bored, but be careful in the trappy places like Time's Square or the WTC or Statue because they're just going to overcharge and scam you if possible. You should go bar hopping in the village.
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Jenny Fodgewitch - Sun, 06 Oct 2019 07:05:51 EST GKwDFD26 No.36163 Reply
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How are the NYC trains?

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