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  • And this is exactly why I'm debating becoming a panhandler with a harmonica and three-legged one-eyed dog

    surely I can make enough around touristy areas to drink myself into oblivion every day, can't I?

    who doesn't love three-legged one-eyed dogs? Give me a dollar, lady, or I'll continue with my captain beefheart/ornette coleman harmonica skillz.

    two dollars perhaps?
  • My commute to work looks something like the photo below.

    Enjoy your drive!

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    / You wheezing fat-ass!
  • I work from home, that walk from the couch to the keurig to the computer is a killer.
  • Which is why I insisted on living near mass transit and close as possible to my workplace. (Just moved to DC.) Driving in traffic nearly gives me an aneurysm.
  • detroitdoesntsuckthatbad: I work from home, that walk from the couch to the keurig to the computer is a killer.



    Same here, but sometimes I can't decide whether I work from home, or home from work.
  • Mass Transit is Necessary.
  • Amos Quito: detroitdoesntsuckthatbad: I work from home, that walk from the couch to the keurig to the computer is a killer.


    Same here, but sometimes I can't decide whether I work from home, or home from work.


    But you're a Republican, so there's that.
  • Indubitably: Amos Quito: detroitdoesntsuckthatbad: I work from home, that walk from the couch to the keurig to the computer is a killer.


    Same here, but sometimes I can't decide whether I work from home, or home from work.

    But you're a Republican, so there's that.



    Me? A farkking Repugnican?

    You're a hoot, Indub!
  • Amos Quito: Indubitably: Amos Quito: detroitdoesntsuckthatbad: I work from home, that walk from the couch to the keurig to the computer is a killer.


    Same here, but sometimes I can't decide whether I work from home, or home from work.

    But you're a Republican, so there's that.


    Me? A farkking Repugnican?

    You're a hoot, Indub!


    Troll-then.
  • Wake up too early, fight rush hour, work like a dog, get overpriced lunch, work like a dog, make some douche rich, fight rush hour, get home, wife biatching, smoke bowl, life better.

    /Welcome to your life.
  • TofuTheAlmighty: Which is why I insisted on living near mass transit and close as possible to my workplace. (Just moved to DC.) Driving in traffic nearly gives me an aneurysm.


    Indubitably: Mass Transit is Necessary.


    The best thing about public transit for me is being able to read while traveling. That's forty more minutes of reading I can get in every day and a huge sum over time.
  • If people in the left lane don't get over when I'm coming up behind them at 80 miles per hour because I'm in a hurry to get to work and I have no time to put up with all you slow people that can't drive right!
    Then its going to be the death of someone all right!


    am I doing it right???
  • I wonder how much commuting is really necessary. I would think most office drone type jobs could be done from home. Sure would save a lot of people a hell of a lot of money, time, and stress.
  • Indubitably: Amos Quito: Indubitably: Amos Quito: detroitdoesntsuckthatbad: I work from home, that walk from the couch to the keurig to the computer is a killer.


    Same here, but sometimes I can't decide whether I work from home, or home from work.

    But you're a Republican, so there's that.


    Me? A farkking Repugnican?

    You're a hoot, Indub!

    Troll-then.


    P.S. I've moved to Teaching, rather than Trolling, lately, you?
  • Seth'n'Spectrum: TofuTheAlmighty: Which is why I insisted on living near mass transit and close as possible to my workplace. (Just moved to DC.) Driving in traffic nearly gives me an aneurysm.

    Indubitably: Mass Transit is Necessary.

    The best thing about public transit for me is being able to read while traveling. That's forty more minutes of reading I can get in every day and a huge sum over time.


    AND:

    It adds to your cranium and experience of people. Good for you, reader; just don't read Foxxy, okay? Thank you.
  • detroitdoesntsuckthatbad: I work from home, that walk from the couch to the keurig to the computer is a killer.


    I did that for a few years and the lack of movement became a serious detriment.


    / I dunno if detroitdoesntsuckthatbad but I was living in Bloomfield Hills and it did not suck that bad
  • DownDaRiver: If people in the left lane don't get over when I'm coming up behind them at 80 miles per hour because I'm in a hurry to get to work and I have no time to put up with all you slow people that can't drive right!
    Then its going to be the death of someone all right!


    am I doing it right???


    How about no? If you lack the ability to properly coordinate your life's activities then why should that impact me? Rather than expect others to accommodate your short comings why not just swallow a bullet and thereby help all mankind?
  • Much worse than getting stuck in traffic is driving on the expressway at 75 mph with about half a car length of separation - front and back. Any more separation and a car from the next lane will wedge themselves in. Then traffic suddenly stops. Then traffic is moving 75 mph again. Rinse and repeat for an hour.


    / did a one hour high speed commute (in a Mustang GT) for four years
    // accident-free, but needed every bit of horsepower to avoid getting into multiple accidents
    /// new job is a nice relaxing train ride
  • jaytkay: detroitdoesntsuckthatbad: I work from home, that walk from the couch to the keurig to the computer is a killer.

    I did that for a few years and the lack of movement became a serious detriment.


    / I dunno if detroitdoesntsuckthatbad but I was living in Bloomfield Hills and it did not suck that bad


    Thankfully I live in Portland so I only drive when absolutely necessary, walk/transit everywhere I need to go. Even with all the excellent beer here I still stay reasonably healthy.

    /grew up in GP, which doesn't suck bad either
  • detroitdoesntsuckthatbad: jaytkay: detroitdoesntsuckthatbad: I work from home, that walk from the couch to the keurig to the computer is a killer.

    I did that for a few years and the lack of movement became a serious detriment.


    / I dunno if detroitdoesntsuckthatbad but I was living in Bloomfield Hills and it did not suck that bad

    Thankfully I live in Portland so I only drive when absolutely necessary, walk/transit everywhere I need to go. Even with all the excellent beer here I still stay reasonably healthy.

    /grew up in GP, which doesn't suck bad either


    //is there a job there for me? i want one, please. thank you.
  • Traffic finally drove me from Miami.
  • Indubitably: detroitdoesntsuckthatbad: jaytkay: detroitdoesntsuckthatbad: I work from home, that walk from the couch to the keurig to the computer is a killer.

    I did that for a few years and the lack of movement became a serious detriment.


    / I dunno if detroitdoesntsuckthatbad but I was living in Bloomfield Hills and it did not suck that bad

    Thankfully I live in Portland so I only drive when absolutely necessary, walk/transit everywhere I need to go. Even with all the excellent beer here I still stay reasonably healthy.

    /grew up in GP, which doesn't suck bad either

    //is there a job there for me? i want one, please. thank you.


    ///I wanna be there when the wave hits.
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