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should I kill myself or wait until these aerobars do it for me
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>>1030847
Where do you rest your elbows? Looks painful, man...
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That's fucking dumb and you should feel bad for having it.

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I want to buy a bike but know next to nothing about them. I'll be commuting at least 6 miles everyday for the next year. I've seen mountain bikes are cheaper but I don't really know the difference between them and the other types of bikes. How much should I be spending? I have about 300 dollars as a budget.
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>>1030458
The best thing you can buy with 300 is a used bike from a bike shop that sells them. If that's not an option and you had to buy something new and cheap, and assuming you're of relatively average height, your best option will be a hybrid or cheap mountain bike without a suspension fork. Spend $150-200 on a cheap hybrid then take it to a bike shop and pay them to check it over and make sure everything is set up properly (should cost you about $50)
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>>1030459
This guy is selling his for 200, 2 years old. Does it look fine?
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Fix Orange County /n/

Ultimate urban planning challenge
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surgical missile strike, start anew.
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A way to improve would be to paint lot's of bus lanes and bike lanes. And buy modern buses for rapid bus lines all across Orange County. Can not hurt to build some cheap bus shelters.
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>>1029083
i went to UCI. agree with this guy.

>Last year, buy a Walmart bike, pic related
>"Eh fuck it better than nothing."
>One year later
>The brake cables are fucked, the little caps at the end came off and now I stab myself when I move my hand down near them.
>Speaking of brakes, the rear brakes are completely fucked to Hell, with no chance of ever using theme without replacing the damn pads and brake cables entirely.
>Rear deraileur constantly shifts up and down gears, and goes slack when I put load on the peddles, leading to very dangerous situations when the fucker goes slack during a ride on the road
>The seat is extremely fucking uncomfortable and hard. I am too lazy to buy a new one.
>The handlebar covers are worn away too
>The chainwheel is very wobbly; I'm pretty sure its going to break anytime now.
This was a mistake.
Realistically, how much money would it cost to make this fucking thing worth riding? Or am I better off throwing it in the dumpster and getting a bike that isn't garbage?
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>>1028721
>minor things except maybe the wobbly chainwheel
You'd be better off with another used one. But things like brake pads will wear out on that one, too. You'd better learn to keep it in shape
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you could dump a million billion dollarydoos into that pile of shit and it would never be worthy

trash it and get an 80s japanese road bike or a 90s mtb w/slix
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>>1028723
Alright.
Well how much would a decent used bike be? I'm very poor. I'm a retard working part time at Walmart as a cart pusher while working my way through college. I pretty much just bike to work. I could just run but biking is funner.

Would installing new brake pads and cables be difficult? The only thing I've done bike-mechanic wise is just install fucking lights and replace the tire which went flat a few weeks ago.

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I've been hanging around here for a while but I've never really gotten around to posting until now. I'm going to be travelling to Japan somewhat soon and was wondering if there are resources that can get me into understanding this sort of thing more. Technical stuff (how each one works), specialist websites for Railfans, beginners guides, all appreciated, and anything else you think is relevant. Sorry if I sound like an idiot, I'm just not exactly sure how to get into this.
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>>1028464
Have you tried wikipedia? They have good technical information, and articles on basically every line in japan and most stations.

If you're in japan and are fluent in japanese, you can buy the monthly 鉄道ジャーナル at any bookstore. That gets into pretty deep railfan territory, like timetabling and signals and stuff.
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Yeah, I have. I was just hoping there was a more solid collection of resources available, if it's just Wikipedia and stuff in Japanese then that'll have to do
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you might enjoy this
https://tokyorailwaylabyrinth.blogspot.de/

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So me and my brother are working on starting a bicycle courier company in our city (probs launching everything June), where right now there are essentially no same day delivery companies, at least I can't find any on Google, which in 2016 is essentially not existing.

We've never been couriers, we both like cycling and are okay city riders, but never delivered anything.

Tips?

Also bike courier general.
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You won't deliver shit Anon, you'll take calls from customers... You need to hire some dudes to do the job for you.
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>>1027606
Well I'm not changing my workshop chair for an office chair, in that scenario I'd rather continue working in electronics because I like that too.

>You need to hire some dudes to do the job for you.
I've seen so many businesses (especially bars) fail because of this mentality. There will be a lot of shit to do and we might not make a lot of money in the first months, so we won't hire anyone.

We're two, I guess we'll have to do both and swap...
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>>1027606
Not true. I used to know I dude when I lived in Miami that started his own courier company. He delivered himself as well as hire other people to do it. He would only do this if it was busy enough because he wanted to make sure his employees got enough deliveries and made enough money.

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>The world's first passenger drone, the Ehang 184, has been released

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65X25g5Lyuk

How could autonomous passenger drones be incorporated into our current mix of trains, cars, bicycles and trams?

Lets have a serious faggot free discussion thanks
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>>1027528
I'm not a fan, depending entirely on an autonomous system is a finicky enough prospect without lives on the line.
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Regulations will never let it happen.

If such a things was possible. We would have ultralight helicopters in city airspace already. Instead out in the country side only.
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It's gonna be fun throwing these at them.

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How /n/ is this?
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Needs a blimp
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Looks like something out of STALKER
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>>1024955
fpbp

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ITT: department store (Walmart, Kmart, etc.) and other super low end bikes. Bonus points for wacky or unusual ones. I wouldn't probably want to ride pic related though (the frame looks really questionable to me).
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My old bicycle,some canadian tire supercycle I got when i was 16. It started off as a flat bar bike but i converted it to drops and fit the clickshifters on the bar.
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>>1023041
halifax reppp

good memories in that city for me

lots of regrets tho
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>>1023073
? whatchu talkin about boy?

So Cessna just announced their PC-12 ripoff.

http://cessna.txtav.com/turboprop/denali

Thoughts?
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I bet it's not affordable.
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>>1020822

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cessna_Denali

>new design not derived from any existing aircraft
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>>1020822
>unit cost $4.5 million
lol

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So I have a couple questions that I don't know if anyone would have the answers to here but here goes.
1. The easier of the 2 is how would I get the gear ratio for my axles in front and back. I plan on going from 35" to 46" tires and I hear a lot that I am most likely going to have to change the gear ratio. I have Dana 60 front and rear axles.
2. This one is a doozy.

TL;DR : 4 years after buying truck trying to register it in different state than bought. How much is it gonna cost and how am I gonna do it?

So I am an Armyfag and so, before...
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When I bought the truck I bought it from the parents of the guy selling it. I don't have a POA from him to them for them to sell it to me. I bought it with a cashier's check and the lien got put in to Navy Federal. BUT because the POA was never obtained I couldn't get a new title with navy federal being the lien holder. So I have the original title, with his credit agency being the lien holder.


I paid 1000 for some dudes my shady ass godfather vetted to install all the parts I bought for my truck using deployment money. I had 1500$ left and 3 days...
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I unplug everything and shits good. About 25 miles outside of base death wobbles are back and it's so bad we almost run into a big rig. We pull of the side of the highway and a state trooper gives us escort to a parking lot about 2 miles down the road. I have a tow truck pick us up and drive us to base. Got to the auto skills center (basically a mechanic shop you can work on your own car for cheap, they have every tool you can think of, hydraulic lifts, etc) and brother found that they installed everything wrong (my brother was better at mechanical stuff than me until I...
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Hi /n/ I came across this bike at a flea market for about $70. I bought it as an impulse buy. as near as I can tell it is a late 50's early 60's western flyer/murray. I am unable to find the serial/model number on it as some else re-painted it years ago. I am probably going to rebuild/restore/customize it, but only if its worthless. If its worth something to an actual collector I will probably sell it off and let them take care of it properly.

Now on to the questions, I am only 75% sure its a western flyer and I am looking for any info anyone might have on properly...
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I can probably provide more pictures but this being a slower board I dont check it more than once a day at best.
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also I realize it says fuji on the seat but obviously that is not original

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>be snownigger (leaf ed.)
>take up cycling after years of being a fatass.
>having fun, getting less of a fatass.
>cycling lanes close on Nov. 15
>snow has arrived.
>won't open until April 15.

How do I filling in the gap, /n/?
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Zwift
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Could you ski, skate or sled instead? Is that something people do in the frozen wastelands?
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>>1029614
watis a road ?

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What type of finish is this?

Its not matte but there's a specific type of paint/coat right?

I've seen several other cars like this with this kind of color. Please help!
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orange
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Why won't you ask >>>/o/ instead?
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Ifeel you

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In the Netherlands my employer pays me 22 eurocents for every kilometre I cycle to work
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>>1029389
I'm just under the 10km away from work, i don't get any
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Every km costs you one dollar worth of food, goyim
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>>1029396
Where do you buy your food?

Why do people ride mountain bikes at the park in the city?
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Cause it can roll on grass better than a road bike
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>>1028670
An entry level mountain bike is always cheaper than a road bike, that's why a lot of child have them even if they didn't mountain bike. A lot of people will lose their job if mountain bike are only used to mountain bike and road bike to race.
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>>1028670
Because normies are intimidated by thin tires and drop bars

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Quite a lot of changes since the last time I posted. Brake upgrade to XT M785, shorter stem, 1x10 11-42 conversion, some more sensible tyres (Schwalbe of course, the professional's choice) and some new wheels.

Brought the weight down from 18.2kg to 16.1kg (40.1 pounds to 35.5) and with most of that weight coming off the wheels it makes a massive difference to the handling.
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It's still hideous but at least you got rid of the pink bits
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Took this obligatory picture the other day.
Going to swap this frame out soon, the rear disc tab has a crack that is growing at an alarming rate. I have an Identiti Dr. Jekkyl frame, I'll probably use that with some new wheels.
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>>1026861
The only pink it's ever had is a bit on the saddle.

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My bikes never click as loud as my friends. Anybody else have this same problem?
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>>1026658
double-TAAAPP!!!
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What do you mean by "click"? Does that mean your friends have noisy derailleurs or noisy hubs?
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Increase cable tension to the max. Your system will click nicely.

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This game is /n/ as fuck. Anybody else playing it?
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>>986695
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>>1026226
I play it.
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>>1026226
I loved trainfever, if transport fever is out I gotta try it out right away!

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Beach cruisers, roadsters, and related bikes.

I bought a cheap Wal-Mart aluminum frame cruiser for $150 three years ago and it held up surprisingly well. Mine looks like this, minus lights and fenders. It is a nice bike for trail and off-road use.

Do you anons think cruisers should be single speed, 3 speed hub, or have a full cassette derailleur? Do you think a coaster brake is good enough? I like the traditional single speed coaster setup.
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>>1010507
I like a simple nexus 3 coaster brake hub onna cruiser.

But I hate cruisers anyway.
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>>1010519
Since you are apparently a Schwalbe enthusiast, is the Big Apple a good cruiser tire? This is a 29er so it should use the 55-622 tire.
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>>1010507
>Do you anons think cruisers should be single speed, 3 speed hub, or have a full cassette derailleur? Do you think a coaster brake is good enough?
3-speed is a lot nicer than 1, but 7- or 8-speed makes the bike a WHOLE lot nicer.
The nexus-7 hub you can get with a coaster brake. I think the 8-speed only comes with a roller brake. Which still works good for casual use too. Just no mountain descents.

>>1010523
>Since...
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Whats up /n/authists!

What is Copenhagen doing right? Pic related.
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they have a blend of moderate density, flat geography, and mild temperate weather that makes it easy for them to increase mode share of cycling with minimal investment
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>>1029377
every cyclist had to be in copenhagen once in their life. its the mekkar for cyclists. Its so cool and fun to ride there. Hope other EU cities develop like this
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>>1029380
>mild temperature
>copenhagen
was there during winter, shit was fucking cold as fuck.

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What would an alternate timeline where the US favored building vertically instead of horizontally look like? Where they built trans, trains, subways and bike paths/lanes?
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>Where they built trans, trains, subways and bike paths/lanes?
They would just be elevators silly.
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>>1029304
Westward expansion would have been much, MUCH slower and lots of western America might not actually be, well, America.
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>>1029222
You don't have to work very hard to imagine this, just look at pictures of American cities from the turn of the last century and imagine the buildings with more modern facades and taller average heights (especially in the urban core). Chicago, New York, San Fransisco, Philadelphia, Detroit, etc. were all big, bustling places well before the advent of sprawl.

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reminder that any transportation that requires effort is bad for you.
take the train, bus, car or even tram next time
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>>1029166
I know right, 100% agree.
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LOOK AT THIS NET
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>>1029166
>>1029167
>>1029168
Agreed.

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Any current pilots have any experience with ATP or know anyone who's trained through ATP?

Currently I'm working on my PPL through a small local flight school and really like it. I made up my mind a few years ago that I want to go Airline for a career. So it's something I'm working on. I keep seeing and reading about ATP Flight School's success rate and how they guarnetee a CFI job and it's easy to get hired on with a Regional with them. But, I've also heard it's a "for money" school. I'm just trying to gather more...
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Delta has something similar as what ATP offers you just need a ppl
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>>1028987

do you have a name of the school or a link to it?
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>>1028990
afa.edu

Established by Comair, then Delta bought it, recently it merged with an aerosim company

but it has roots with delta and the regionals so theyll have lots of contacts and ways in to the regionals for you after graduation

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Hi,
So, I got a DUI and suprisingly that really fucked my job up in IT (working for government).
I'm sick of office work, and I want to get into pest control (my uncle is one of the best service techs in a top 3 pest control company).

I cant get hired their do to a DUI (lots of work at night, driving vehicles), but I realized I can now get my CDL license in California.

Where do I start, and how do I get it for minimal cost?
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>dui

just kill yourself and do everyone a favor
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like you've never driven drunk...

or your a city/fag peasent
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>>1028866
i've never driven drunk because i'm a normal functional adult and not a retarded manchild

anyway, you chose to drive drunk and now you have to deal with some major issues, I'm glad you're fucked

What do you guys think of vilano bikes?
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Looks like shit. Buy it immediately, so you can get your "I can have my cake and eat it too, right?" bike-buying phase out of your system as quickly as possible.
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Undiluted crap
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It's probably fine.

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After doing some research, I've released that there is not a single bike lock out there that is thicker than a bolt cutters spread. I want to make my own lock, one that is incredibly thick and large. I have absolutely no idea how to do this. Any advice? Has anyone done something like this before?

>pic unrelated
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OP: realised*
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>>1028167
>>/diy/
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>>1028167
You're pissing into the wind. This has been tried a million times. The best anyone can do is slow down a bike thief. You make it too big for bolt cutters? They get a cutoff saw. You make it too difficult? Maybe they destroy your bike out of spite. Also why make a bike lock that ends up being as heavy as the entire bike? Makes no sense. Just don't park your bike anywhere risky, or never let it out of your sight, or park it inside somewhere. This is like trying to prevent 100% of tire punctures, it's impossible...
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How does it cost $800 million to scrap a $570 million ship in shallow water?
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Tools and labor, son. It costs money to scrap a huge pile of worthless junk too, ya smell me bruh?
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>>1028094
Probably complying with environmental regulations

It Would otherwise cost, what? Skeleton crew wages, food and fuel to put it out in the middle of nowhere, $200 in explosives to sink it, and another chartered boat to bring back the crew
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There couldn't be $800 million worth of scrap metal in that boat.

Knowing that, why don't they just drain of it fuel and oil, tow it out to deep waters and sink it?

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what do you guys think of the boosted board ?
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its very gay
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>>1027980
I kinda want one. Seems perfect for carrying in the airplane, certainly much more compact than a folding bike.
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Meme board for horrendously ugly youtube vloggers

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What does this mean for the future of US transport infrastructure?
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Cars Cars Cars and Planes. His oil buddies will ensure it. Will just be whoever pays him the most.
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No imported vehicles anymore.
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Bikes are deemed communism.


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