Discussion in 'General Chat' started by globetrotter, Feb 14, 2008.
it's like, facebook and women's wolrd anecdotes circa 1956.
I made friends with Mrs. Stitch!
but you are a traitor!
She's sweet and much prettier than you. You didn't stand a chance
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one of my next door neighbors has mrs stitch in that dark grey, doesn't even take her out. =( It's there at all hours of the day.
your neighbor is a bad man. what a waste of a great car
what does said neighbor actually drive around?
Stitch does look better without any doubt..
probably an old geezer who can't get up out of bed, it's a complex and they each get a parking space (parking is worth $800 a month in my neighborhood, so it makes buying virtually all cars on a loan cheaper than running them) - there's a couple DBS's around the block, a Bentley GTC across the street, an LP560-4, etc, etc. Tokyo cars are wild. There are loans for everything here, you're approved if you're breathing and not a foreigner.
You guys get localized ads from America on styleforum now; I moved recently and now my ads are Japan-centric and as I type this I'm staring at a banner ad from a local watch shop offering 63% off, 36 month loans, and the pictured watch is a diamond crusted Hublot.
thats pretty cool
mine are all generic SF ads as far as i can tell.
I spend a free Saturday in Burlington VT. Twas my first time there. Spent the morning riding around on bikes, then afternoon walking around the town. I braved the 6 hour drive back to Brooklyn through the night but kind of wish I just book a room and stayed there Sunday as well.
its one of those places where everyone's active for 4 seasons (sailing/hiking/biking/skiing/snowboarding/just being outside).
Lots of "earth people" and "homeless hippies" - mixed in with the regular folks. There seems to be a lot of money in the area too. Everyone seems really nice and laaaaaiiiiid back.
There's also a lot of "un-ironic hipsters" - people who dress like hipster-like but who act normal - it was really disorienting.
Again -everyone was really really nice. I accidentally drove into a parking garage with my bikes on the roof rack (with only 7" of clearance) and held up a long line of cars. No one honked and a couple (looked to be a Frat Guy + his Sorority Girl Friend) got out and helped me take the bikes off.
The place was beautiful... I have to check out how harsh winter is... but my wife and I might consider moving there. we are thinking about Chicago/Boston/ or Portland Maine move in the future...add Burlington VT to the mix if we like it there in the dead of winter.
I was there in June for the first time, and left with an impression similar to yours. Beautiful place with very laid back friendly people. I want to go back.
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