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I love Asheville and all the hippies that roam the town.
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It's an epidemic.
Three W's In My Life: Ward, Weinke, and Winston
Mzizzle, do you have an account? I just tried it out and A2 is right that it's much better than pandora. You can actually pick your own music and make playlists.
This is correct. Although I'm not looking to buy a WRX. I'm looking at Foresters.
I just started reading the new Dan brown novel. It goes into over population of the earth. Seeing hipsters really got me thinking there is truth to it............
Colorado is awesome. Wish I could move up there.
I can't help it. That was the Red Wings game to lose. I need more bourbon....
Now you're on your own....
Yeah, I know. I'm just trying to ignore it and remember that I never thought the Wings would even get this far. The future looks bright for the Wings to keep on being successful.
I actually have two cousins living in Colorado so there's my excuse to go there. I strongly dislike skiing/snowboarding but love hiking, not sure how that altitude would treat me. I almost applied to the University of Colorado at Boulder until I got accepted into some cheaper schools and got lazy, that's a fun school.
I'm starting a family, I can't own a WRX. I do live in an area where 4WD comes in handy, and I like Subaru's. I'd love to own a WRX and go driving like a bat out of hell, but it's not practical. That and a WRX isn't even in my top ten of cars I would buy for my "fun" car.
That's because my sister moved to t-town
Evo>scooby IMO anyway.
You're teaching english abroad. I demand you to.
Did y'all go from like 2 to 6?
It takes a week to get used to the altitude. At least that's how long it took me to get used to the altitude here in Laramie (which is higher than most cities in Colorado).
A couple weeks ago I had a waitress in Denver tell me that I should "slow down" with my beers (this was at a bar) because of the altitude. I laughed and told her I lived in a city that was 1600 ft. higher than Denver.
That's tatted on her ass. Damn kids.....
I'd agree. But still not in my top ten.
I'm a truck guy. My lightning only gets like 12mpg. I'm on the market for fun and decent mileage.
Just started to. If KBS wake I'd ll Talmudic y'all hrtbdiD
I hiked up Mt. Pisgah in the Blue Ridge mountains which was 5,700 ft, probably the highest up I've gone. How high up is your city?
Bama has a few solid breweries. Good People Brewing is pretty solid.
More comfortable and fuel efficient than fun, but my Accord V6 EX has 250 hp. It can get up and go pretty damn good, has all the bells and whistles, and gets 30+ mpg on the highway.
So many good breweries in California. It is really not even fair.
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