I was on my way to Venice via Philly last fall, and I held it in until I landed because the bathrooms weren’t clean enough.
As a Montrealer, we think Ontario is the Florida.
I’ve seen a few ex Military Iltis in Canada, and the Gwagen is still used. The RG-31 was also a popular option because it could protect against mines.
I had the completely opposite experiance when I went to FIU to test our FSAE car. Here in Montreal, we all have in house bars, and was shocked to find out that was not the case in the US.
That concept next to the Matta, anyone know what it is?
More of the story, according to local media http://www.tvanouvelles.ca/2018/05/30/la-montrealaise-a-lorigine-de-la-plainte-de-kimi-raikkonen-sort-de-lombre
According to TVA, it was Velvet http://www.tvanouvelles.ca/2018/05/30/la-montrealaise-a-lorigine-de-la-plainte-de-kimi-raikkonen-sort-de-lombre
You realise that Chrysler uses “Imported from Detriot”, when the Pacifica is from Windsor and the 300 from Brampton, Ontario?
What about the LRT?
Between having a 2017 Frontier in 2011 and an algorithm that divides a unit by a velocity of 0, he’s a time traveller.
The white girls of Instagram term is “Boom” (Short for Boomerang, the app to create that GIF)
Their company sponsors one of our student organisations http://www.concordia.ca/cunews/main/stories/2015/01/19/historic-finish-for-concordia-students-at-quebec-engineering-games.html
I take public transit in Montreal, what haven’t people said about it?
As a Montrealer, this looks suspicious. Why?
As a Montrealer who regularly visits Toronto, I seem to always have people giving me dirty looks or who try to physically stop me from jay-walking, even when there’s no traffic. That’s the kind of city they have.