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Stupid updates

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In this thread we discuss airplane crashes
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Doug DeMuro's new plates

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Proud of /o/.
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Door to door rail service

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I hope you arm chair urban planners are taking notice. Behold the cities of the future.
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>missed the ATC hiring boom
If only I was a few years older
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/FGG/ - Fixed Gear General

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>dropped seatstays are SO 2018 edition
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Living in Walkable Cities Predicts Success of ‘American Dream’

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New research from the University of Virginia finds children who are raised in walkable cities are more likely to climb the economic ladder, earning more than their parents did at similar points in their lives.

“If you grow up in a lower income quartile, you’re more likely to sort of rise up to a middle or higher income quartile,” said graduate psychology student Nicholas Buttrick, one of the authors of “The Socioecological Psychology of Upward Mobility,” a study recently published in the journal American Psychologist.

What’s more, children who grow up in walkable cities are more likely when they become adults to get better-paying jobs than their parents without need of a car, which is expensive.

The other predictor of upward mobility is having a feeling of connectedness. “We also find that if you live in a walkable city, you feel like you belong,” Buttrick said. “You feel like you have a community, and that feeling also predicts whether or not you’re going to be moving up the economic ladder.”

https://news.virginia.edu/content/living-walkable-cities-predicts-success-american-dream
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hang your bike

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hang your bike
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Old cunts

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>Be boomer, toodling along my Cervélo
>Sprightly young chap passes me, says "good afternoon" and smiles as he does so
>itsfuckingon.jpg
>Suck his wheel for a km
>He notices, turns around and asks me to stop drafting without asking
>YOU FUCKING PRICK, YOU HAVE NO CLUE HOW PEOPLE RIDE AROUND HERE, THIS IS WHY EVERYONE HERE HATES YOU

Why are retirees on $5k+ rides insufferable?
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/bqg/ - Bike Questions General

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Is this the future of commuting?
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