vegan wannabe, i love seafood too much.
wanna sail in the willamette.
Thank you Dan and Jeremy!
Apparently the conservatives wants Julia to do it on her own without many help. Because its good to let Julia go into mounts of debts and fend for herself without unemployment or any women shelter. Or better yet, any domestic violence protection act.
someone please make the WTF 911 zombie film NOW.
I am a homeowner in the neighborhood, and I vote for option 1 and 2. Get rid of the 2 car lanes, one car lane is enough. If we want to promote a green livable city infrastructure, the more public transit, pedestrian walkways, and safe bicycle lanes the better. Oil isn't going to be around forever. Let's start the change now. Meanwhile, N. Williams bicycle lane usage has increased almost equal to vehicle traffic. Let's not slow down the momentum.
The public transits in Toronto is based on one way transfer and it is very confusing but I got use to it after a while. The NYC MTA public transit doesn't even allow transfer if you leave the subway station. 17million is a big gap to fill and I guess they will have to do whatever they can to close it. I wonder how much money Trimet loses with people riding the MAX without paying for a fare.
As a Taiwanese and Cantonese ethnic minority living in America... I actually find the photo offense but not the idea of dessert dim sum. I wish she didn't wear that hat. First of all, no one wears that hat while serving dim sum. Second, where is the dim sum cart?
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