it was a simpler time
it was a simpler time
Magneto vs. Apocalypse.
[from Civil War: House of M (2008) #1]
a prime example of a well written Magneto
magneto is the reason ive never wanted physical powers
Magneto…luring people into fighting him at the North or South Pole since Korea.
there is legitimately an anime rpg maker game called kanye quest 3030 where you travel to the future to kill clones of rappers
you use croissants as weapons
i wish i was making this up
I’m gonna do this. Travel around the US with three of my bestfriends.
Wow, I’d love to do this
Well, let’s assume we buy a school bus, as pictured. As a fun aside, my uncle owns a used car lot and has a school bus there. It’s pretty neat.
Anyway, where were we. Right, school bus. Let’s say we go for a standard fare, type C school bus.
We said we wanted an older model, so let’s say a 1996 S-Series, which is built on the International 3800 bus chassis by Navistar International. This is probably the kind most of us grew up with.
Now a cursory search say’s you’re probably looking at $5,500 for the bus, which isn’t bad. But let’s keep in mind gas prices. From what I can see, gas mileage for a school bus can range from 5 mpg to 12 mpg, so let’s take the midpoint and go with 8 mpg.
Let’s say we want to take this bus on a half decent road trip. Let’s say, Seatle to Los Angeles to Dalas to Chicago to Boston. This trip hits most major cities along the way. Really, an ideal roadtrip to cover all your bases. That’s 3866 miles. At 8 mpg, that’s about 483 gallons of gas. At current average diesel gas prices, that’s $1945.
That’s… actually not as bad as I thought it would be. Given you could bunk a good dozen people in a school bus at least, that gives about a total cost of $620 dollars each. Adding in potential other expenses and repairs, that’s maybe $1000 each.
I started on this tirade to try to show how awful an idea this would be, but it’s actually not that expensive.
Anyone want to go halvesies on a bus?
I want to do this so badly ohmygod
You could even cut down on your costs even further if you convert it to a bio-diesel engine….trust me I have looked into this…..
The reality of the situation you have is you need an particular endorsement (depending on the state) and you need to keep enough seats to seat them all. If you notice the bus in the picture retains a few seats to keep it all kosher.
However if you do keep it below a certain threshold of people (dependent on your state) and it doesn’t weigh over a certain amount there is a possibility you can use your regular license. I drive 24’ trucks with my current nothing fancy license but it’s all dependent on where your license is and if you can get your bus classified as a non-specialty vehicle or not.
NEED MONEY FOR COLLEGE
NEED COLLEGE FOR JOB
NEED JOB FOR MONEY
WHO THE FUCK DESIGNED THIS SYSTEM
NEED EXPERIENCE FOR JOB
NEED JOB TO GET EXPERIENCE
NEED CAR FOR JOB
NEED JOB FOR CAR
GOTTA EAT TO LIVE
GOTTA STEAL TO EAT
TELL YOU ALL ABOUT IT WHEN I GOT THE TIME
this is now my favorite photoset in the entire world.
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i love playing hide and seek with kids because i’m so good at it! they’ll never find me at this strip club because they can’t drive and also they can’t get in
Ludacris - What’s Your Fantasy
Downtown 81 (in full)
The film is a day in the life of a young artist, Jean Michel Basquiat, who needs to raise money to reclaim the apartment from which he has been evicted. He wanders the downtown streets carrying a painting he hopes to sell, encountering friends, whose lives (and performances) we peek into. He finally manages to sell his painting to a wealthy female admirer, but he’s paid by check. Low on cash, he spends the evening wandering from club to club, looking for a beautiful girl he had met earlier, so he’ll have a place to spend the night. Downtown 81 not only captures one of the most interesting and lively artists of the twentieth century as he is poised for fame, but it is a slice of life from one of the most exciting periods in American culture, with the emergence of new wave music, new painting, hip hop and graffiti. via