There is one more type of extreme tourism which is associated with traveling to destinations where one can participate in one or more adventures or activities which pose potential threat. There are many types of activities available under this section. http://www.whatisall.com/travel/what-is-ex…
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No such contract is enforceable. You'll be on the hook for child support if your friend ever decides to pursue it. You can take that to the bank...
(Sperm banks have all sorts of licenses/permits and the anonymity protects the donor in some way).
Made me hungry and want to visit!
Isn't this interesting? Especially given that agents of gentrification so indulgent suffer no such scrutiny? Of course, let's line up this article and its implication about policing disparity between "hipster/s" and "locals" with one bemoaning how "hipster/s are targeted by everyone."
The taco thing is added on by okcupid when you pick an already existing username.
This article is very difficult to follow, shouldn't the slides have captions explaining what the items are?
You poor, poor souls. How ever will you go on with your lives without your perfect clothing? There are people who have to get their clothing from dumpsters, and this is what you're complaining about?
Quit whining about what you claim is "dishonesty" and start praising what you KNOW is capitalism at its finest!
I work for J.Crew. I'm sorry if you had a bad experience, but this is an example of some of the biggest arrogance in American culture: the notion that, if an individual had an unpleasant experience with a company, the company MUST be going down the shitter. In reality, J.Crew doesn't need you. J.Crew continues to grow, despite your unfortunate body type, or your one pair of squeaky shoes.
Any issues you may have with the company, stop blogging and commenting about it, and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
beautiful food, beautiful space, beautiful people. can't wait to go! congratulations everyone.
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Horsecycles visionaries hard at "work." Congrats boys.
Artists, in their infinite narcissism, like to believe that they can "cause" gentrification, but it doesn't actually work like that. They may play a role in it, they may sometimes be a step in the process, but they don't and can't create it. It doesn't matter how many artists flock to Detroit, for example -- you won't get real gentrification unless jobs move back there. Sunset Park, meanwhile, is just the next obvious neighborhood in a larger process that has been going on for a few decades now in Brooklyn. The planners and real estate developers of the city, the economy fueled by the finance and "creative" industries, and the perpetual housing shortage have a lot more of an impact than "artists."
This might be a good opportunity to bring back the 69th Street Ferry to lower Manhattan. It would really reduce the burden on the already crowded express trains that go up Fourth ave.
Congratulations!!! So well deserved!
Maybe if they built some luxury condos down in Bay Ridge and more rich Europeans and trust fund babies moved there, something would actually be done about the shitty transit service down there.
All these photos are of men...C'mon Kristin, it's important to represent.
5 out of 7 are in Williamsburg? Stupid list is right.
They have 21 taps, not 20. Cheers!
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