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7.5 miles. 20-25 minutes.
God, give me patience today. If given strength I may beat someone to death.
About 30... feet from my bedroom to my home office.
$50 bet with Rebels10 - Best of 3 Egg Bowls
**the $50 goes to others schools athletics dept**
Not even 10 minutes, but if I get the job I interviewed for it will be around 65 minutes.
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6 miles each way. It is a great amount to me. I used to work from home. Dang security requires me to go into work now.
That's a nice euphemism for your couch.
3 minutes to one job. Work from home on another.
45 minutes both ways... pretty average for southern california
About 3/4 mile walk that I do in 15 min. Would be faster, but don't want to be sweating in my suit when I show up.
About a minute if I make the light, 5 minutes if I miss.
Deserve got nothing to do with it...
Work is only 8 minutes, but I work at an atomic plant which has security, so depending on them it can take 10 minutes or like this morning (badge system down) hour and 15
No I did not lose a sig bet, but I am really really really ridiculously good looking.
Mine is half that....literally
On a good day, 15-20 minutes. On a bad day it can take over an hour.
Usually about a 30-40 minute commute to school now that FasTrak is up and running.
Well, I have to walk across the street to catch the transit, and then it takes about 10-15 minutes to get to campus.
Huddles are for rookies.
with traffic, just shy of an hour and just shy of a 1/4 tank a day in the M5.
This is my problem. I sweat easily, so as much as I'd love to bike to work, I'm not about to look like crap in a business that requires that I look professional and ready at all times.
45 mins to get work. Then 10-12 hrs once o get there depending on how many trains are in my way
Are you a trucker or something? I'm trying to think of jobs that are actively affected by trains potentially blocking the way.
No I'm an engineer and it takes from 8-12 hrs to go 234 miles.
Oh. Duh. Wow.
Funny story - my best friend in college is a comp sci engineer. To mess with him, I trained his little cousin to constantly ask him how he "likes his 'choo-choo' job." He couldn't come up with a reasonable way to explain the other type of engineer to his cousin, so he just let the kid go on believing that he drove a train rather than sat in a cubicle all day.
65 miles each way for me, all highway though. Takes me about 53 minutes in the morning and about 70 minutes in the afternoon. I have been doing this for 13 years and at the first of the year I start a new job that is 2 miles away and 5 minutes from my home. Talk about a change.
“If you can't fly then run, if you can't run then walk, if you can't walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward.”
20 minutes and with my hours i never have to deal with rushhour traffic
Been here since 97 and I can't tell you exactly when the daily commute to FTL became intolerable, I just know it happened well before I actually did anything about it
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