Originally Posted By: six_of_oneb Smaller countries with shorter distances = more affordable rail systemsThat's the bottom line, it's like people comparing the lack of US high speed internet saturation and speed to a country smaller than Texas, the U
NO it could work... BUT 1. we need bullet trains 200 mph minimum. 2. ONLY stop at major cities (>400,000) ... no milk runs** !! **[HELL one Amtrack stop is at Mineola, TX (10 miles from us) pop ~5000 !! It was lobbied by a Congressman !! It'
I stopped smoking weed about 15 years ago and didn't touch it again until last year and in a very limited amount since all it took to get me twisted was 2 puffs, because it made me too stoopit to type, & because I'm the designated driver. I f
Originally Posted By: MacBozoI'm sure it's available somewhere. Also, for some really campy fun, check out "Reefer Madness." "Up in Smoke" is a Cheech and Chong movie. Both are hilarious! Both are hilarious but for the exac
Originally Posted By: MikeHow far we're falling behind!! a) IIRC, there isn't a national passenger rail system in the world that is profitable or even self-sustaining. Good luck getting support in the U.S. for something that doesn't directly line
Originally Posted By: NucleusG4http://www.worldplumbingday.org/ I'm celebrating by buying one of these! http://gadgets.fosfor.se/toilet-aquarium/ HOLY CRAP! My "Forest-Gump-Life" goes on.............. You ain't gonna' believe this... .
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ In watching the Nat Geo program "waking the baby mammoth" I learned a bunch of things. One was that the baby mammoth ate her mothers fecal matter in order to obtain organisms to help her digest the plant life
In the 1970s-80s, I smoked and ate a lot of it. I guess that explains my tilted look at the way things are. I also tried cocaine and acid and mushrooms a few times and I've consumed my share of alcohol. Would I enjoy a good pot buzz now? You bet, but
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