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... to improve safety under difficult Daylight Driving situations... WIPERS ON LIGHTS ON , like it is the Law in many US states and works just fine. It seems many Governments around the world trying to protect their People from them self to no avail but slowly chipping away freedom and self reliance doing so while nothing really changes. People forget that Live itself is Risky from cradle to grave and there are no Guaranty ...on anything , History will repeat ...
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So turns out we got kicked out of the station at 1am! It was freezing outside! We wandered the streets of Dijon meeting lots of drunk French. Its a pretty place. We We're surprisingly still in high spirits, we got back into the station at 4 and got our train at just gone 5, we got back to Lyon, got on a train to Geneva, then to Zurich, ...
... tour is the catch to any visit, North Korea is an anthropological goldmine for those willing to read between the lines, and my few days in Pyongyang (with brief stops in Kaesong and Panmunjom) provided my group with a handful of both unscripted and surreal experiences — from sharing a train car with North Korea’s national wrestling team to wandering into a pickup volleyball game at Pyongyang Station; simultaneously toeing the DMZ across from ROK tourists ...
... museums like the ALPS ( Alpine museum of Switzerland) and Museum of Fine Arts that houses some of the best art in Switzerland. The ALPS was fascinating. It's mainly a profile of the Swiss Mountaineering Club (SMC )which today has over 140000 members and explores some of the key issues facing the alpine environments in Switzerland. It was formed in 1860 and maintains hundreds of mountain huts, the highest being over 4000 metres. Interestingly, despite its age ...
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