She has mental problems. She pretends that it never happened. She also denies getting wasted and forgetting to pick me up at Karate when I was 12. I walked three miles in the snow at night , in sandals and my karate gi, in January in Colorado. She showed up at home three hours later, puked in the hallway and passed out.
She is different now, but refuses to acknowledge what a shitty parent she was.
Edit: Spelled gi correctly.
Also looked up the exact distance. It was actually 3.5 miles
That's Plaza Cleaners in Portland, OR. It says Plaza Cleaners on the sign inside the door. It's located at 909 NW Everett St. You can even see the sign in the window HERE.
Not Elite Cleaners, not Minneapolis. Sorry. I know this came from that buzzfeed post going around, seems like they made shit up.
The location of this place on Google Maps Street View.
Blurry view from the top of the inflatables.
This was the best I can get.
I didn't actually know. I just checked Google Maps for crossroads in approximate distances from the places shown in the picture. The first guess was 10 kilometers off, the second crossroads was a direct hit. (There isn't many big roads / crossroads in Lapland.)
Helped being a Finn, though, since knew where to look at.
THERES PLENTY MORE MONEY TO MAKE
FIGURE THIS OUT AND PREPARE TO MEET AGAIN
FIFTY SIXTH AND SIXTH
HOT DOG STAND OUTSIDE RUE CAFE
ASK FOR MISTER INPUT
Here's a link to the meetup location.
EDIT: Thanks to rophel for pointing out that it should be the Rue57 cafe.
Actually, I know exactly where this is, and sorry to say, but this is most likely private property. Note that the red building in the background is Kildare's, though it used to be McFadden's, which can be seen in the google maps link that I provided.
It's a business area with a lot of bars at the south end of Ohio State University that is often patrolled with many police officers and it's not uncommon to see people being kicked out or even banned from this area. My friend was banned for mindlessly pulling some leaves off of one of the trees (the same trees you see the guy leaning against in the video).
I'm pretty sure what you linked to is a run of the river hydroelectric generating station, not any sort of mining operation. Your screenshot was taken here at what seems to be the outlet of the hydroelectric plant. If you move the map a bit farther upstream, you see the inlet to the hydroelectric plant here
Notice how the water going into the dam in the second location is the same colour as the water going out of the plant in the first location (your picture). Also, if you go to street view, you can see loads of power lines going away from the generating station and an old pelton wheel on display at the entrance.
That actually looks more like the White Castle in Brooklyn on Myrtle Ave, Near Washington
SO! After some research I have concluded this is in fact not in Detroit. Notice the similarities between the sidewalks, The front of the white castle, and the building in the background, as well as the location of the Dumpster in the mid right third. I live near this white castle, IT IS MOST CERTAINLY NOT DETROIT.
Also chances are this wedding party actually took place at the bar next door, which is predominantly populated by the ethnic group you guys are referring to, in a grotesque and disgusting way IMO. It's called Bamboo Lounge.
OP. YOU FUCKED UP. How did no one notice this until now?
I'll raise you one better: Google Maps has a 360 degree panorama of the hut!
For the lazy
Ok, some facts:
1 - This is the Insano water slide at Beach Park Fortaleza.
2 - It's not really new, I think it was built around 1995-6.
3 - I don't think there's ever been any serious accidents there. Aside from getting the wedgie of the ages you're pretty much safe.
4 - I've been there in 1998 and holy shit it's a great feeling.
This effect shows up in a few different places, such as here and here. It has even been on reddit before.
Someone in the last thread suggested calling these Pubstomps and I think that's fucking brilliant. =)
Either way, now's the right time to get in touch with your local Barcraft and see if there's any interest among your community. Even if it ends up just being a poll with an overwhelming "not interested", do your part and give it a shot!
EDIT: Here's a map that has links to all of the BarCraft communities: BarCrafts around the world!
A Google Map to see how close Half Moon Shoal is to the Philippians and how far away it is from China.
Try looking around here.
There are no large predators in the waters of the great lakes. Try doing the same thing in ANY body of water in Florida. We used to go to swimming at this lake when I was a kid/teenager. I've been to the bottom out in the middle, which is roughly 25 ft. deep. I've also been swimming in that lake at night on multiple occasions. Stupidest thing I've ever done. We'd pull our cars up to the side of the lake and shine the headlights out over the water to see the yellow reflections off of the eyes of the handful of alligators watching us.
And this is, in my opinion, the greatest thing ever built by man. Have a walk around it.
City, Missouri, USA
Looking this up on Google Maps - oh HELL no. There is no way I would live in the middle of a desert like that.
The Sill is approximately in the middle. There are some houses/buildings (whether occupied or not, unknown) up and down the Birdsville Track. Marree is SSW from The Sill; Birdsville is NNE.
Edit: I love the bush "airports", like Dulkaninna Airport. A long strip of dirt, in the middle of an endless sea of dirt, with no buildings.
Nay, that's Latvia's capital, Riga.
Actually I don't believe that's the right Shell gas station. There is one closer to Disneyland, on the corner of Ball Road & Harbor Blvd.
Compared to the flickr picture, you can see the Chevron across the intersection, the palm trees to the right and the Shell gas price display.
I drive down Ball Road from time to time and got gas there before.
I live about 50 km from "real" Chernarus, it's based on location in northern Bohemia, Czech Republic.
You can clearly see Elekro and Cherno, Mirkov is Mogilevka and Český Bukov is Pusta.
Notice Kozí Vrch, that's Pik Kozlova, mountain between Elekro and Cherno
so, i'm from a lake forest, and there are two del tacos right down the street from each other. he'll need to be more specific if he wants help
seriously, you can see one while sitting in the other
the corner of Van Buren and Franklin -- Link to streetview
However, there is now a building on the right.
Mountains. When warm and moist air is forced upwards by elevation, storms form.
Actually no it wasn't parked legit. I work in that area.
That took place on the west side of Mercer at the corner of Prince in SoHo. It's a no standing zone. The ticket was legit.
The driver is a douchebag. He ran over a cops foot because he thought he was above getting a ticket and got arrested. That's justice.
Dude, every building in Breaking Bad is real.
I have seen these all over the US and Europe, nothing new.
Edit: Several of these on the A1 in Luxembourg.
Edit: Wikipedia on them
I was only there for eight weeks, but I can provide a few notes for people who haven't been there:
The first two minutes are of him driving around the ATLAS site, which is across the main street from the main CERN site. Basically, the big building has a giant hole in the ground that they used for lowering the beamline and ATLAS detector components. There are similar holes at the other collision points around the ring, where the other detectors (CMS, ALICE, LHCb) are located. (I'm not sure if there are holes at the collision points where there aren't any detectors, but I would guess so?) The giant tanks are probably for liquid helium storage.
He then crosses into the main CERN site (the somewhat triangular campus south of Route de Meyrin) through the main entrance. The eastern side is the more populated part, while the western side is more sparse, and he first takes us over to the western side.
@3:11, he is turning onto the road that forms the southern edge of the CERN campus, preparing to head back east.
@4:00, the building visible on the right is Building 40, which is arguably the main building at CERN. It's pretty inside. Building 38, on the left, is one of two hostels for visiting scientists and students.
@4:20, as he passes under the bridge, the building on the left houses the main restaurant on the CERN campus, R1, as well as the main auditorium, which was where the Higgs announcement seminars were held.
At R1, they serve Doner kebab every Monday. Or at least, they did when I was there. I miss CERN.
Lastly, he parks at Building 40.
Meanwhile in San Jose, California, USA.
Trivia! The apartment Steve and I started reddit in was 72 Bristol Road
Medford, MA 02155.
It's spelled two different ways.Fuck it, I'll just go tomorrow and take a picture.
The Fisherman's Friend in Stonington Maine.
Someone in the original thread posted these links
There were airforce officers going to a movie near an Air Force base!?! [link]
found_you hasn't been online in three days, so I'm stealing his thunder.
Not many people even in St. Louis know this, but we actually have a professional football team. No, really! Their called the St. Louis Rams and play in an old domed stadium called the "Edward Jones Dome" just north of downtown. They were apparently pretty good about ten years ago, too.
I like the part where they removed the character from their house and turned it into a modern piece of shit.
In my old neighborhood the more affluent Indians will erect monstrosities like this The house had beautiful front yard, trees(plural) oh and didn't look like a fucking fort.
Oh well money talks as they say.
Just heard from an Army Reserve friend of mine that Camp Atterbury (located just south of Indianapolis, IN) just finished up a massive international joint training exercise. 11 nations participated in the event and (relative to the exercise) responded with equipment from neighboring air bases, etc. This could very well explain all the Chinook and C-130 sightings in the Michigan/Indiana/Ohio area.
Camp Atterbury info page.
Map of where Camp Atterbury is located.
This is the first result in Google for "Workaholics house location".
Google Street View:
Here's my theory... they all took something that went bad on them. They realize they're in trouble, pile into car, give the job of driving to the least affected/last one to take it. The driver is still pretty bad though and ends up getting confused and lost. Maybe even went around the barricades thinking he was at the hospital, only to find himself in woods again.
You roll up, which by this time the passengers have passed out and the driver is in a really bad way. He's freaking out because he's not feeling well but he has no idea where he is. When you start shining your light in the car he thinks you are a cop and he's now completely frozen, heart racing, not knowing what to do. A rational mind would have him asking the "police officer" for help, but he is not rational and it's taking him minutes to complete a thought.
When you walk back to your car his flight instinct kicks in. He has to get off the road. Coincidentally the storm and arrival of the power company truck mask his departure.
He's not going fast. He's just looking for a place to pull off. If he gets off the road maybe the cop won't bother him again. By this time he's getting close to passing out like his friends.
This is when he sees the downed tree. Either he decided to just get off the road or it was a poorly conceived u-turn, but he ends up leasurely heading straight off the road right here. Reflexively he turns off the car just prior to passing out himself which turns off the hazards that would have shown you or the power crew where he'd gone. Sadly, all three succumb to whatever they took and that's where they remain.
How about this. According to Wikipedia, this is where it happened. Notice how there's higher resolution available to the East and West, but centred over the "accident" site, there's only very low resolution photos available. A cover-up? You tell me. ;)
I found you
It was awesome.
Originally my plan was to drive through a tunnel that leads back to the Golden Gate Bridge. Turns out that the tunnel was closed at 7:00 PM for construction, so the second big climb on the chart is me getting back to a road I came in on.
Here's a pic I took of the westbound descent from Hawk Hill in the Marin Headlands going towards Point Bonita. Riding down this hill felt like being dropped out of an airplane and riding on the wings of angels. It was one of the most exhilarating experiences I've ever had in my life, and I'm over 50 years old.
Dieu Du Ciel. Their brew pub is small, food is good, beer is great. I would say you can make a weekend of just this.
Good thing about Quebec is that they have brew pubs like we have bars, so most "bars" sever their own beer.
EDIT: I almost forgot, I made a map when I went:
Fort Wayne, IN, if I'm not mistaken. I fucking hate my city and these dickweeds in Guy Fawkes masks. Understand the mask's history before you fucking wear it.
EDIT: Allow me to clarify. I hate my city's occupy movement. Goddamn, what a bunch of superficially rebellious fuckwits.
And, yep, intersection of Clinton and Main.
This list isn't even accurate...
Here's Laguna Seca
Yeah. I was wondering about that. I just don't think there are any other plausible options...
EDIT: Apparently, there is another plausible option: Rieu Cafe
Here's Noshahr Canals, here's Wake Island, here's Damavand Peak but there's nothing else there, just rocks and snow, so the BF3 map may be based on something else, and I haven't found anything else. Maybe others have.
Also take a look at google maps, switch between the satellite and the map view:
Yep, here it is: [link]
I hope that this helps
original source: [link]
Photo and caption by camila massu
>My sister in the south of Chile. We are sitting at home next to the fireplace in our southern lake house when it suddenly began to pour uncontrolably. Had to rush into the lake to take this snapshot!
Location: Lago Caburgua, Chile
Perhaps under these awnings
It's similar to the way that Obama & his predator drones have 'jurisdiction' to kill people in Pakistan, Yemen and a few other places we haven't found out about yet.
Yep, you can get a train direct from Newcastle Central Station to Sunderland. The Metro station at Central is within the same building as the main station, just turn left past the Burger King as you enter (or right as you get off the trains). From there, you want the metro trains going to South Hylton which stop at Sunderland itself.
Like Newcastle, Sunderland's Metro platform is within the same building as Sunderland train station, they share the same platform as well. Judging by Google Maps, the Travelodge doesn't seem that far to walk from Sunderland station.
For a single fare to Sunderland you'll need a three/all zone ticket, which costs £3.10. In comparison, an all zone, all day ticket costs £4.20. Trains are about every 10/15 minutes, cept in the evenings and weekend which may be longer. Sunday can be up to half an hour, for example.
You can find out more info on the Nexus website: [link]
I'm curious how people get arrested in adult theaters. Isn't that why people go to adult theaters, to commit 'lewd' acts? Isn't it assumed that is the reason why you're there? Maybe I'm missing something.
Look at the place.
I've actually done alot of google maps stuff when I was into Arma 2 before dayz.
But here is a repost.
I work at 140 Broadway and those pictures look about right for a Monday afternoon.
I see this sign every day on my commute home from work and I've never been able to figure it out: [link]
Can I make right turns before a ballpark event? Can I make a left turn after? Is the sign saying that I can only make a right turn after a ballpark event, or that I can't make a left one before? What's "after" a ballpark event, anyway? Isn't that just all the time? What happens during a ballpark event?
So many questions, so much confusion.
In the late 90s these guys, or somebody like them, would sometimes take over lake Merced in the middle of the night, dozens of Honda civics driving in formation, parking at the penguin lot and drag racing down Brotherhood. I didn't know they were dangerous but I got out of there regardless. It's kind of a no-mans-land at night because being right on the border of San Francisco and Daly City, SF cops almost never patrol there, and almost nobody lives there.
Edit: For the fun of it..
Here's the over head of that lot, and Brotherhood Way, where there are a bunch of churches and such, it was popular for drag racing, not sure if it still is.
Here's the Penguin lot, where drag racers would congregate.
Here's the Brotherhood Way drag racing starting point, not many stretches of road in San Francisco are straight, relatively flat, and away from housing like this..
i have a gmaps overlay of the neighborhoods in brooklyn only:
edit: here's one of manhattan:
Fortunately or un-, you probably won't be able to go to what movies show as frat parties. During the summer the members are usually gone, and even if there was a house that was throwing a party, if you are a dude who is not a member of that frat they won't let you in, and if you are a girl, DO NOT GO TO FRAT PARTIES ALONE. I'm not saying that all frats are full of rapers, but frats are full of rapers.
If I were you I would either check out the /r/LosAngeles sub, where there are sure to be parties advertised, or just wander around the apartments right off campus and crash an apt party HERE! This is also the area where all the frats are located, so if you pass by a big house with Greek letters on it and a party inside, you might as well check it out...
Good luck and have fun!
I think this is the Google Maps Location. The image matches with one on a Salon article decrying the death of architecture from February 2012. The article indicates the buildings are in Estepona which is about 90km away from Malaga. The buildings from the satellite view seem to match the layout of the buildings in Google Maps, along with the golf course sitting in front of it. The street views of the motorway (runs under a tunnel near these buildings) had a ton of cranes in the pictures. I'm betting this area was vastly overbuilt.
Oh, sweet, Google Maps now does boundaries on things like boroughs, townships, and counties when you search for them. e.g. City of Pittsburgh
Streetview shows nothing important over there. Maybe ran to take a piss?
You can see what's left of the fire hydrant here...
Sure, that's a great idea.
>/u/moldyredditor: sorry to take a massive poop on your preconceptions of world geography, but Hong Kong is not a country. It is a special administrative region of China, insofar as they are autonomous, however, Hong Kong is considered a territorial annex of China.
They also share the same "handed driving" lanes in either location, namely the left hand side.
You just came across as really arrogant and mean-spirited. You misread his post, and, sensing ignorance, pounced on it in a spirit of intellectual one-upism.
Anyone who has been on the internet for more than a day has heard of the flipper bridge and knows that you're wrong.
Fyi, here is a Google map of the current bridge, as it is, switching traffic from left/right to right/left on the border between Hong Kong and China, since one of them uses the British system of driving, as almost every other former-British territory does.
Don't laugh too hard
Holy crap. Since when did Bing get better than Google?
thats acrually not miami. Its coral springs (or coconut creek) florida. I live there and thats my local sam ash. Its like an hour from miami
Do you like swastikas?
Here's one I take every now and then, it feels totally bizarre driving because the edges of the highway are completely ungroomed, and the cracks in the highway are unsealed, then it just ends, and you pass under a bridge that the highway was supposed to go over, but nothing is up there.
I like these directions better. Using this route he can eat my hats too. I have dozens of hats.
Here's the member map, where a number of people have pinpointed their area.
The imagery from this area is no older than 2009. I think it may still be useful to search homes and farms which have relatively more direct routes to Peotone utilizing S. Harlem Avenue for vehicles like the one in question because the vehicle is older than the imagery, rural folks often work from home/farm (so vehicles are often at home much of the day), and the usefulness of S. Harlem as a route to and from town really only applies to people living in a roughly triangular area north of Peotone (extending slightly to the west). Having grown up in a rural area, I would suspect the original owner of a 2004 pickup would more likely own it than not. While there is a good chance the pickup in question is not among the pickups I've found, this search may be the best chance we've got without:
A) Body shop records if they even do/will exist.
B) Titles from 2004/5 red Ford pickups in a county-wide area.
The police could be persuaded to look up vehicle title information on 3 or 4 trucks, but it's unlikely they'd comb through a county's worth of data for something they've shown little interest in pursuing. Alternatively, June6HitAndRun may be able to drive around for an hour and see these vehicles for himself, parked at home. The first place to check, however, would be the parking lot at Black Diamond Pipe & Tube, since it employs many people who drive red pickups, and they all park in one area. Many people with red pickups who drive along the routes I've mentioned and who aren't at home may well be there since S. Harlem goes directly to it.
UPDATE WITH MAP
Observe, fair maiden, that Old South is effectively the area known as Wortley Village. That area of town is quite easy to bike around within Old South/Wortley Village. There is a grocery store, hardware store, a number of shops and cafes in the area so in some sense it has a smaller town feeling.
See corrected bus info below. You do get a full-year bus pass as part of your tuition (Sept. to Aug.) so public transportation is not an issue. Biking is also a fairly easy commute with the multi-use bike trails. Depending where exactly you will be living, it shouldn't take you more than 15-20 minutes to bike, or 1 hour to walk, or 15-30 minutes to bus (depending on traffic).
You are close enough to some non-undergrad pubs as well, with a reasonable walk (20-30 minutes) or bike (10 minutes) commute. The bus may be less direct (again I'm not too familiar with the routes in that area).
First, I would recommend going to Advance Auto on North Main and get them to check your error with their computer. They will do it for free and it could be as simple as the gas cap isn't on all the way, causing fumes to trigger a sensor.
If you need more extensive work, I would recommend Modern Automotive in Christiansburg. It's on Cambria off 460. Gary and Dave work up front and have always been timely and honest with me. They have been my go-to shop for 3 years and know a lot.
Where in Dundalk? I don't recognize the street?
ADD: Yeah- looking at the route map, none of the streets in Dundalk this route covers look like the picture, so I'm gonna have to toss this crazy back to you all. (I'm counting Dundalk starting at Ponca/Lombard and onward).
2x ADD: This crazy came from right about here.
Dundalk pride restored.
If your German isn't all that great and want to hang around other English speakers, there is an Irish Pub and Aussie Bar (Killian's and Ned Kelly's) in the corner of the streets at the back left of the Frauenkirche.
*edit: They are also pretty good bars, not just if you want to speak English.
The new meet up place said in the second encrypted text will be at the intersection that's near here the intersection at 6/2 Ave. and 56th St. This will be tomorrow (July 12th) at 4 pm.
Redditors of New York, if one of you can follow along with this and report back tomorrow, we would forever love and worship you. (Along with the insane amount of karma you'll probably get.)
Only one I can kind of think that fits is the Spruce Street Suspension Bridge.
Google Maps link
A couple points on this:
They measured cultural score by proximity to UNESCO world heritage sites. European cities would win pretty big here. By this metric, North American cities would be at a disadvantage, and there may be more appropriate metric to use.
That said, even though there are a lot of entertainment-type cultural events going on in Toronto, we don't do as well in other areas:
> I'm curious what would become of eastern Canada if Quebec were to separate.
The same that happenned to Alaska when B.C. decided to become canadian.
> Also, do the Montreal Canadiens have to change their name?
Hopefully they will move to Cornwall (or North Lancaster will do fine) and stop dulling the minds of people.
Pretty sure it's La Jolla, CA, but right now I'm unable to find it on google maps...
Google Maps: [link]
Take a ride through Krog Tunnel.