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    Judge Mandolore Shepard's Avatar

    10/13/16- Rainy rainy

    Yeah, my sister told me that the storm for this weekend is probably going to be bad as one that happened back in the 60's. One concern that I have is wether or not I will lose power or not.
    Posted October 14th, 2016 at 6:11 AM by Judge Mandolore Shepard Judge Mandolore Shepard is offline
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    Travels Part 3

    I Like you Post and Also I have a Site for Government Jobs In India and also Stuff Like GATE 2016 Answer Key
    Posted January 30th, 2016 at 3:28 AM by fatherday2015 fatherday2015 is offline
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    A delicate balance of introversion/extroversion

    Don't worry, you're just an introvert and a stalker. :P

    Being alone for too long can kinda messes with your mood and you could end up as some cynical prick that nobody wants to be around. And even worse: the more you try to talk with others, the more they could shy away. Kind of a vicious cycle as well, if you so will.
    Posted January 11th, 2016 at 12:32 PM by Megan Megan is offline
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    Starry Windy's Avatar

    A delicate balance of introversion/extroversion

    I could count myself as more of being introvert as well. Even though sometimes I can change into 'extrovert mode' while on the mood to talk to people, I still need time to rest after doing so, so I guess it's normal for me.
    Posted January 10th, 2016 at 11:38 PM by Starry Windy Starry Windy is offline
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    A delicate balance of introversion/extroversion

    While I am an introvert by default, I would really enjoy being more social with others if they fit my standards of being funny and/or really playful, which admittedly isn't often. At least I don't get "really" sad when I'm away from others for so long. It's great to have that kind of stability. Yay me.
    Posted January 10th, 2016 at 5:55 PM by MiracleGhost47 MiracleGhost47 is offline
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    Travels Part 2

    did you see caesar
    Posted December 9th, 2015 at 7:05 AM by
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    Travels Part 1

    You sure did a lot more than I did when I went to England...makes me slightly jealous.

    Only slightly.
    Posted December 2nd, 2015 at 7:02 AM by Khoshi Khoshi is offline
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    Travels Part 1

    cool stuff noa 8) i'm glad you like it here. i can't help but find it really boring but maybe that's because i've been here forever
    Posted December 1st, 2015 at 12:04 PM by
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    Kanzler's Avatar

    The bus

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    Originally Posted by Anna View Comment
    after doing it routinely and relying on it for several years, nope. it's slower than driving, you have to walk a fair distance to stops, stand out in the elements, make sure you arrive at the stop five minutes early just in case, etc. my current bus ride is also too short to do anything productive else i'll miss my stop but too long to just skip the bus and walk. :/
    This, so much.

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    Originally Posted by donavannj View Comment
    Waiting for the bus in a Minnesota winter can really suck, speaking from experience. Especially on a busy route, because the lone bus stop shelter will be packed with people and you'll have to wait outside it.
    And this, as well.

    I will admit that taking the night bus at 2:00 or 3:00 in the morning is one of the most comforting experiences that restores your faith in mankind. I feel as if those night bus drivers know they're on a mission. Let's face it: nobody who's on the bus at 2 or 3 wants to be there. Maybe you're going to or from work, maybe you're coming home from clubbing, maybe you're returning home from a late-night flight, or trekking late at night to surprise loved ones in the morning. No matter how you cut it, it's a necessary evil - you don't want to be there, but you have to be. And not only that, but it's lonely. As you wait for the bus at that time in the night you realize how cold and dark it is. There are barely any cars on the road anymore, and many of the buildings that are still lit up to 11PM or midnight are now dim. Even though the night is just as dark as a couple hours ago, it feels significantly more empty and you feel so alone.

    Now I figured that the night bus drivers have this all figured out, since they're always so nice and genial: the warmest "hello" when you get on the bus, "thank you, sir" when you pay your fare, "have a good night, sir" when you're getting off. Pretty much every rider. They'll have friendly conversations with you if you want to. The night bus has no hot chocolate or fireplace, but the drivers in my experience make it a place of solace and reprieve for the night is dark and full of terrors.

    That, or they know that the craziest people are on buses in the middle of the night and they don't want their **** ****ed up. But I'm not going to be cynical about it.
    Posted November 25th, 2015 at 10:50 PM by Kanzler Kanzler is offline
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    KetsuekiR's Avatar

    The bus

    I live in a country where public transportation is pretty horrible. The buses here are uncomfortable (cushions on seats are so thin they might as well not exist), hot (no air conditioning at all), dusty (open windows) and way too crowded (there are always about 10 people standing without seats).

    Public transportation here is pretty much only an option for the desperate, not the fun seeking xD
    Posted November 24th, 2015 at 12:51 PM by KetsuekiR KetsuekiR is offline
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    The bus

    Busses in my place are long to wait it is like half an hour per bus plus there are no schedule because I live quite a rural place. Thats why I choose my motorcycle to go out.
    Posted November 23rd, 2015 at 9:05 PM by killer-curry killer-curry is offline
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    The bus

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    Originally Posted by Noa-tan View Comment
    ;-; I am sorry you feel that way
    Waiting for the bus in a Minnesota winter can really suck, speaking from experience. Especially on a busy route, because the lone bus stop shelter will be packed with people and you'll have to wait outside it.
    Posted November 23rd, 2015 at 9:11 AM by donavannj donavannj is offline
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    Judge Mandolore Shepard's Avatar

    The bus

    I take a bus to get and from where I work. It only takes about fifteen minutes. I have times where I like taking the bus and times when I don't. One time I don't like taking the bus is when the bus is late. I once recall a time when a bus I had to catch arrived twenty minutes late. Late buses happen to be one of my pet peeves.
    Posted November 23rd, 2015 at 7:24 AM by Judge Mandolore Shepard Judge Mandolore Shepard is offline
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    The bus

    I really love travelling on buses havnt in such a long time so overcrowded these days but when there quiet and i can relax i tend to dream or become very tired but is a good place to think about life watching the sky and the birds and clouds :)
    Posted November 23rd, 2015 at 4:12 AM by Lunaturret Lunaturret is offline
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    The bus

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    Originally Posted by Anna View Comment
    after doing it routinely and relying on it for several years, nope. it's slower than driving, you have to walk a fair distance to stops, stand out in the elements, make sure you arrive at the stop five minutes early just in case, etc. my current bus ride is also too short to do anything productive else i'll miss my stop but too long to just skip the bus and walk. :/
    ;-; I am sorry you feel that way
    Posted November 22nd, 2015 at 9:41 PM by noa noa is offline
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    Aquacorde's Avatar

    The bus

    after doing it routinely and relying on it for several years, nope. it's slower than driving, you have to walk a fair distance to stops, stand out in the elements, make sure you arrive at the stop five minutes early just in case, etc. my current bus ride is also too short to do anything productive else i'll miss my stop but too long to just skip the bus and walk. :/
    Posted November 22nd, 2015 at 9:40 PM by Aquacorde Aquacorde is online now
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    Aquacorde's Avatar

    Coffee and Tea

    both coffee and tea can be terrible or heavenly and it all depends on who makes it and how. both are affected by ingredient quality, initial preparation, storage methods, quality and temp and length and method of brew. and what you brew it in. not to mention modifiers and how/when/out of what you drink it! they're both highly complex drinks that are very fun and interesting to experiment with~
    Posted November 22nd, 2015 at 9:36 PM by Aquacorde Aquacorde is online now
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    Coffee and Tea

    I love green tea
    Posted November 20th, 2015 at 12:35 AM by cocojiang cocojiang is offline