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Another interview today on our research showing that young people are driving less.
This time from a youthful reporter with a new magazine called Twenty What with the fun slogan "Define your decade."
May 29, 2012 | Permalink
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mbt nederland |
August 31, 2012 at 03:07 AM
Smal ben i ett bandage övre mot bakgrund av stor skönhet, med en randig ett stycke shorts, som guiden skytteln i sommar. Bara ett trevligt par fötter är verkligen svårt att hantera den här typen av eleganta sandaler. Den iögonfallande ben kurvan sandaler punkt krävs nitar Rock i år vindkraftverk element stilig kille vinden flickan fashionabla svala söt våg av detonation! Utsökt övre niten arrangemang är iögonfallande nyckeln!
MBT Skor Billigt |
June 20, 2012 at 03:52 AM
D.P., thanks for the comment. While we in Wisconsin are painfully aware of the current administration's efforts to kill train travel, the only visible effect I can see is that young people to move to cities with trains. Big brain drain in train-less states, big brain gain in cities with trains.
While this story in NYT today highlights the education side of the migration, when you look at the top cities with the highest percentage of college graduates, you also see cities with trains.
William Draves |
May 31, 2012 at 08:50 PM
You know, you can drive people to driving by killing trains:
The equipment builder in question:
The motivation to kill trains, and other things, at the Federal level:
How did the Party of Lincoln turn out this way?
D. P. Lubic |
May 31, 2012 at 06:25 PM
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