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This post is going to touch up on two things today.
1) My pre-Beijing physical condition
2) The 2014 NFL season opener
However, before I talk about those things I will advise everyone who's studying abroad to start packing early. Right when you think you're done packing, BAM. Check in luggage is overweight. Damn airlines and their luggage weight limit ********. It's a shame when a ...
... get to China...so here goes: Steak N' Shake was good. The triple steak burger meal offers almost unbeatable dollar to calorie ratio. The s'mores milkshake was also excellent, I found myself eating the leftover gram cracker pieces with a spoon...it's all about how you finish. That being said, having the triple steak burger meal and the s'more ...
... posts. Obviously I can't spill all the juicy details on my first blog post. I will answer some questions on this first blog post though. For example why am I taking the time to start a blog? Shouldn't I be using this time to start packing? First of all, yes...I probably should start packing. But I'll get to that later...I am writing this because I feel like ...
... Really nice people showed us to the Old Dog Saloon when we couldn't find seating in Bell's Brewery. What we were seeing made me miss Patrick, my cousin. Does he know about the Gilmore car museum? Is it time to build him a barn for his cars? Here are some pictures for you to be with us on our journey. I took 386 and tried to delete some ...
... would initially be shocked by is the abhorrent way Chinese people drive. Now, it’s always been a well-kept stereotype that all Asians are bad drivers, come to China and they’ll prove it! In Beijing, there’s a new car being bought every 6 minutes (resources here) and it seems that most Beijingers have been driving for about that long. The traffic is so bad in Beijing and Shanghai, that even if you own a car, there are one to two ...