Discussion in 'Commuting' started by CarlP, 11 Jan 2019.
from the BBC news site
I wonder what deodrant they use
They should use the same method here, it may be more efficient
I think I'd walk instead
I found watching that somewhat humbling. Certainly put some of my issues into perspective. Total respect to those guys who have to "fight" each day just to survive.
Yikes. Bet their bearings are in better condition than mine. I can't believe they have paying customers considering the risks.
You should see the alternatives
The trains look pretty cozy!
When they run, most peoples commute into Manilla is between 2-3 hours each way
Sounds like they need some good cycle ways!
There's plenty of bikes, but the roads on the outskirts of Manilla are completely lawless, a Manilla cycle commute would be like comparing London commute to a Sunday morning ride.
And maybe their balls too.
They've definitely got some.
Mate of mine, an engineer, went to work in Beirut in the late eighties. His commute home from work in the dark was dicey - he removed the bulb from the rear light at the end as he was fed up with snipers having a pop at him...
She hadn't unless she was holding somebody elses.
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