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Discussion in 'The Backstage' started by HOT TUBES 70, Jul 24, 2012.
For my hometown...see post #5.
What's the pyramid? That's really quite nice looking.
Very-fucking-clever of you Mr. Diplomatic.
Over here you can't say boo to a goose without being labelled a fascist or racist.
Fortunately I'm not suppressed by that politically correct rhetoric. I still call disabled people disabled and still call black people black. I won't stand for any of this political bull shit 'of mixed heritage' or 'handicapable'
I'd never be offended if someone just described me - White, athletic, tall, handsome and sexy.... what's the deal? -
It's a sports arena that is going obsolete at the moment. We've heard plans that Bass Pro shops will move in there eventually. I saw some good concerts in there and I used to have season tickets to the Grizzlies NBA team.
We have the Fedex Forum that gets all the sports and concerts, now.
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Nah, I thought you lived in Pakistan!
The funny version?
- I think I do sometimes!
Now then, show us some pics of your neighbourhood then
*I sometimes think I live in down town Ankara.
I hope you haven't compared that original image to India's Taj Mahal.
That is an actual landmark in the city I live in.
The Taj Mahal is not in Pakistan.
Although I traveled quite a bit through England I don't think I know where that specific building is.
It's along the south coast!
Where all the bummers are - but they're not Greek.
*Indeed, never been there.
Wow man. Some unreal looking places out there! Those big ass cities blow my mind
Heres mine, the actual town is nothing special but the places surrounding it are. To give you an idea we broke down on a track in the desert where theres only one way into the place we were playing and it took 7 hours for a car to come along and give us a tow, no-one else until then! It was actually the cops who ended up towing us and while we were waiting we got drunk so its a really funny story actually. We were a few hours out of town though, the actual city of Darwin is pretty big these days with around 130,000 residents. Theres about 230,000 in the whole of the Northern Territory and the place is pretty big.. They are all based in smaller towns throughout 100's of kms away from each other though. The three biggest are Darwin, and 1500kms away Alice Springs, then Katherine which is only 300kms from Darwin, the rest is really small towns miles away from each other. It's an unexplainable feeling of freedom travelling around the NT of Australia. The best feelings I think I've ever experienced and can't wait to get out there again.
Here are some pics from my town:
Skopje at night
Some of my city nature surroundings
Wow, you guys live in sme nice places.
Pretty crazy how far away we are, but we're communicating in real time. DirtySteve mentioned this in another thread, and it's awesome. I sometimes forget and take it for granted, but when I stop to think about it and realize how cool it is!
Just this evening the light was beautiful and while passing Het Neutje I thought I should share it, even with those on the other side of the world.
Is it true that bikes in The Netherlands don't have brakes because you have no hills?
I know that they don't have any manners - because no one expects you to have any there!