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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by Celemo, Jan 1, 2018.
Look at this ageist.
this is a neat story
You should have drove to the game.
Not worth the DUI risk
It’s designed to take the revenuest route.
they're probably good drivers too considering everything i've heard/read/seen about india's roads is that they are terrifying
Or terrible drivers because Indias roads are terrifying
My wife always thinks she knows faster routes than gps too
She is late literally everywhere
I will take a slightly longer route anywhere if it means I do not have to white-knuckle drive in stop and go traffic with people on their cell phones. Especially if it is an interstate.
But I do so knowing it will take longer but in attempt to get a little quality of life back.
Samesies. I much prefer stress free driving that takes a little longer to get me somewhere.
I refuse to take I-35 to Austin/Hill Country. There’s a reason God put Hwy 281 where He did
So much this.
The line at the light in Hamilton can get a little long
Just the chance to stop at Billy the Kids' grave is worth it
Same, except I will walk instead of drive for the same reasons. Hate car culture
Yup. Do it every day now.
I almost lost it on an old man taking me to the airport once. Fucker drove 50 on the highway the entire way there
I hate when they try to be slick about going a random direction.
Are y'all the people that keep your phone out the whole time and monitor where they're going on the map
I had an old man Uber driver who spoke imperfect English yell at me for directions once. Had to run the shit myself and keep telling him where to go.
No, I just pull over on occasion, park, and retrieve it from my briefcase or suitcase to reorient myself. Then I pack it away again and get back on the road.
They usually have their phone on the windshield or dashboard. Also, if I'm in a place like New Orleans or Baton Rouge. I can typically tell when you are driving 15-20 mins out of the way for no reason whatsoever.
Left my first professional job yesterday - weird feeling
Meetings in Seattle ended a day early, so everyone else flew home early but my wife is flying up for the weekend. Already went for a run in glorious weather, had two espressos from the local bikini girl, had a bacon and oyster frittata at 13 Coins, and going to chill a bit at Angle Lake before swapping the work rental car for a Wrangler and picking the wife up from the airport.
Unexpected alone time is the best
I’ll be spending a lot of time in Seattle over the next 6 months and so excited to take advantage of their summer
I spend a great deal of time here and it’s my favorite place on earth. Don’t ask me why I haven’t packed it all in and moved here yet because I have no answer.
First real job I ever quit I ended up leaving the office around noon on a Wednesday. All friends were busy, so I bought a nice steak and some fancy beers, gorged, and then took a nap until people got off work. Was a great day and I highly recommend it.
can’t get enough of that mid cities life
Haha, forgot about this gif
back when people were going out on a Wednesday.
I still go to dinner and have drinks on Wednesdays?
Best part of traveling for work. I don't do it much and I'm sure as hell not sitting in the hotel all night so I always make a point to find some nice places for dinner and breweries or bars to check out.
The Real Roy Williams how you doin fam
you would miss a.tramp ’s meat and me
eastern Tarrant County, TX
Soça Valley, Slovenia
btw I pulled an audible and went to Seahurst Park
Had meetings scheduled from 10am to 5pm when I showed up. Started cancelling them 1 by 1 with excuses about meetings with other people. Went for a nice 1.5hr lunch with so of my teammates and downed a couple bottles of sake.
If you haven't been watching How to Drink on Youtube you probably should be.
You aren’t the boss of me, Bo!
Don't lie to the people get back to work
:logs on to Glassdoor and leaves terrible review:
Right away, sir.
The winters are long and shitty.
But for a 3-4 month period, from July until about mid-October, I'd put it up against almost anywhere in the world. PNW summers are fucking spectacular.
Have a group of 8 hiking to Snow Lake tomorrow. Bringing two inflatable SUPs, some floaties, too much beer, and food. Just chilling at an Alpine lake about 45 min east of the city.
From 2 years ago, but haven't been back since. Super pumped.
How cold is that water?
Fucking freezing, probably around 40 degrees. But it feels incredible to dive in after hiking up.