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    Le Musée du Transport Urbain Bruxellois
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    Le Musée du Transport Urbain Bruxellois

    November 4, 2019


    Welcome to Mtub, Brussels Urban Transport Museum, set up in a depot of trams that are still operating. It was restored into the state it was in 1945, and most of it houses old trams that still work, a few meters away from more modern trains. We’re even going to board some of them. The Brussels Urban Transport Museum is situated in the middle of the Belgian capital, in a depot that belongs to STIB, the Brussels Intercommunal Transport Company. This is Brussels’ public transport operator. This depot is used by trams serving lines 39 and 44. When the subway was built in Bussels during the 1970s, it became less important and space was released. A group of trams enthusiasts noticed it and suggested the creation of a museum that would house various vehicules that would be included little by little. The Brussels Urban Transport Museum
    was thus created in 1982, a bit less than a century after
    the depot’s construction in 1897. Léopold II had this line created at the same time as Tervuren avenue, to connect 2 exhibitions : an international one, that took place at the Cinquantenaire, and one in Tervuren, called colonial, even though they were not colonies yet, as Léopold II had declare Congo as his own, but that was not the Belgian Congo yet. A that time, there were already trams in Brussels. The adventure began in the 1830s. The oldest traces date from 1836. The first trams didn’t always operate on rails. There was what was called cobblestones trams, they were pulled by 2 or 4 horses
    when there were steep slopes and they operated everywhere,
    on all the rough roads of the time. You won’t be surprised to learn that the operators of those lines were looking for ways to save money to make a profit on their investment, and that is how cobblestones trams started operating on rails. It is what we call a five-wheeled tram : they added a fifth wheel that fit into special rails, so the rest of the carriage was
    automatically aligned on the rails. It was easier for the horses to pull the tram,
    so it was cheaper for the operator. The tram network kept being modernized. From the end of the 19th Century, the first vehicules powered by electricity appeared. 2 companies were mainly operating
    Brussels’ urban transports : Les Tramways Bruxellois and La Société Générale des Chemins de Fer Économiques. The 2 companies merged in 1928. During the 1950s, while the STIB was created,
    the network reached its peak. 60 tram lines were operating on a 250 km network. Unfortunately, the following decade was marked by the decline of trams in the Belgian capital’s streets, in favour of buses. During the 1960s, it was catastrophic in terms of tram, first because of the Brussels World’s Fair in 1958 : oil was praised, buses were the future, and the ecological arguments didn’t exist at that time, so during the 1960s it was a disaster, about half of the tram network started disappearing in Brussels. Fortunately, a big part of the network was kept,
    and now it is developping again. Yves’ passion for trams started during his childhood, and very soon he joined an association that had started preserving vehicules before this museum was created. I was living in Transvaal, we used line 35 to go to school, and they started to operate 9000, whose body was just remade, and they added a seat next to the driver, which was a scandal,
    as I used to stand next to the driver ! At that time, children didn’t sit in trams,
    we were standing. There were already collectors a long time ago, as I was 13 when I joined Schaerbeek museum, at that time we were preserving equipment,
    that was called mutra. We had to store this equipement somewhere, as in Schaerbeek we had vicinal metric lines, so we started storing vehicules in some of
    the STIB’s depots when premetros appeared, we got more room here as many trams were suppressed, so we started storing equipment in halls. When the subway appeared and lines 39 and 44 were limited to Montgomery, we got a large part of the depot. It started when I was 13, in Schaerbeek museum, then my professional life prevented me from doing this, as I even went abroad, etc. About 10 years ago, I wanted to plan my retirement so as to have something to do, and it went well, I even worked for the STIB as a tram driver for 4 years
    in Molenbeek’s depot, and now I just at the museum and I’m never bored. We have about 80 items, including 60 that operate
    on the network. We have a large part of what used to operate,
    authentic vehicles, others that we had to reconstitute on old frames, and now every time a vehicle is decommissioned, we get it. The museum offers a 1500m² exhibition of unique machines that one can admire or even board. They belonged to the companies that operated trams in Belgium before the war, and they were preserved. In Brussels, not counting the small companies that ended up merging or going bankrupt, there were 2 main companies : Les Tramways Bruxellois and La Société des Chemins de Fer Économiques, whose trams were painted in brown
    and called chocolate trams. In the rest of Belgium, there were companies in cities like Anvers, Liège, etc. Other than that, there was a large company that operated the whole country : La Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer Vicinaux, with a metric line that allowed narrow curves to cross small villages, as all small villages were served. In Brussels, we’re fortunate to still be able operate historical trams on modern lines, in spite of the technological developments
    that were done over the years. Just one example : electric current. Trams that used poles totally disappeared, nowadays engines use pantographs. However, it is still possible to operate those ancestors from the beginning of the 20th on a part of the network. The trams preserved by the museum use lines
    that are still operating. 3 destinations can be considered
    from the depot-museum. Within 25 minutes, you can reach Tervuren terminus, after crossing a forest. You can also go to Stockel, or go up one of the most beautiful avenues of the capital to the Cinquantenaire. Every sunday, from april to september, you can also visit Brussels by tram, on a 40km trip. Those operations never disturb STIB’s regular servicing. We are very lucky because the depot belongs to the STIB, the equipment belongs to the STIB, we manage it as an association, we’re all volunteers
    in the museum, but the STIB kept poles for us between Montgomery and Tervuren, with the tram museum in the middle. This means we have points on overhead lines
    as well as on the ground. We don’t have a control system, we have to set the switches with a tool, and when we can, we set them back to how they were, not to bother our colleagues working on the network. We’re part of the traffic, we have a schedule, not to block the traffic, which is easily understood. This coexistence is obviously going well. One of the line was limited because of maintenance work on a subway’s elevator, so Montgomery was our terminus instead of
    Parc du Cinquantenaire. There, the STIB’s regular tram was late. We were supposed to be behind it at the terminus,
    but it wasn’t there. It arrived shortly after us. Unlike Tervuren terminus where we were earlier,
    there is only a single track here. Therefore, it was impossible for the STIB’s tram to overtake us to leave before us as scheduled. After a few maneuvers, our tram drove around the square to reposition itself behind the STIB’s. This way, everything went back to normal. We were able to get to the museum
    without any problem. The museum was entirely renovated between 2007 and 2009, while ensuring that it kept its historical aspect. It can be visited all year long. In low season, it is open every second week-end of the month in the afternoon, in high season, from the end of march
    to the end of september, it can be visited every saturday, sunday and on holidays, as well as every wednesday afternoon. However, historical trams only operate
    on week-ends and holidays. Next week in Aiguillages, we’ll go to Givet, in Ardennes, to visit an exhibition organized last summer
    by Train Miniature Givetois. Aiguillages offers two new reports every week, either ‘the Aiguillonautes’ images’ or ‘Mondays video’
    at the beginning of the week, and a report every Friday, just before the week end. To be sure not to miss any of the next episodes, subscribe to its Youtube channel and to its newsletter, you’ll find it on the site : www.aiguillages.eu To support the Aiguillages project and allow me to offer you new reports every week, you can become a VIP Aiguillonaute : for whatever price you like, you can access an ad-free version of all Aiguillages’ episodes, and their free HD download.

    The Worlds Longest Subway Platform
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    The Worlds Longest Subway Platform

    November 4, 2019


    This is the longest subway platform in the
    world. It is 3501 feet long and serves as 3 different stops for downtown Chicago. It’s
    part of the State Street Subway line which is serviced by the Chicago Red Line. To walk
    from one end to the other is about 4 city Blocks, so we better get started. The Chicago Red Line services the north and
    south sides of the city. It runs 23.4 miles and has a total of 33 stops. These nine stops
    on the Red line make up the entire State Street Subway. The worlds longest subway platform
    runs from Lake to Jackson. Construction started on the platform December
    17, 1938, and continued for 5 years even with the onset of WW2. In fact, they had to get
    special priority rating from the War Production board to continue construction because Chicago’s
    industrial industry was so curial to the war time effort. During the war Chicago was busy pumping out
    plane engines, parachutes, and torpedoes. To keep the city operating efficiently we
    needed a Rapid Transportation service. Even before the war, downtown congestion was reaching
    a breaking point. Constructing the subway was no easy task as boring a hole 5 miles
    under a city was bloody hard work. The conditions were tough, temperatures would easily reach
    110 degrees and underground work was always pressurized to prevent the tunnel cave-ins.
    The miners or “muckers” as they were called, carved away the chunks of clay muck with a
    knife driven by a tugger. These Chucks, which were referred to as “dogs” were then carted
    to the surface. 2 million cubic yards of clay had to be excavated to create the tunnel,
    most of which would end up creating Chicago’s beautiful lakefront. With the onset of the
    War, construction faced even more challenges. Sourcing materials such as steel and bronze
    became difficult as they were being used for bigger things During construction, they build one long continues
    platform which is accessed by subterranean mezzanine-levels. This section serves the
    busiest section of downtown Chicago so the mezzanines levels allow access at every block The benefits of such a design were to combat
    the cities rising population and demand on transportation. Which at the time, Chicago
    saw no ease in sight. The bustling downtown would have 8 mezzanine’s built, one for
    every block. Each 4 access points, that provided for commuters and even distribution on the
    platform. To reduce congestion when boarding and alighting the trains, the north, and southbound
    stops could be staggered, a practice that was utilized. Originally the platform had
    4 spotting points, however today there are only 3. If you do walk the whole platform, you will
    find the remnants of the old Washington stop. Trains ceased stopping here in late 2006 due
    to the construction of Block 37 and its proposed superstation. The superstation was supposed
    to be an express train Line to O’hare and Midway and after spending over 200 million
    dollars on it, they figured out it wasnt financially viable and the project was abandoned. The State Street subway officially opened
    on October 16, 1943, and boasted many star features such as soundproof telephone booths,
    escalators and fluorescing lighting a first of its kind on a project of this scale. If
    you are asked to guess which Chicago station is the busiest you would right in guessing
    its on the Red line. The Red line carries 23 million passengers a year, 10 million of
    which utilize the state street subway. The busiest of those stops is Lake and State,
    with the most reason numbers showing a ridership of 600,000 a month. Of the 10 million people who rode the State
    street subway last year, I’m sure not many of them knew about the record and probably
    only a handful have walked the entire platform. If you’re interested in stories like this
    and other stories about Chicago history. Make sure you check out the other videos on my
    channel and subscribe. I want to say thank you to Andrew for helping me shoot this video.

    Federal agency releases report on Sacramento light rail crash
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    Federal agency releases report on Sacramento light rail crash

    November 4, 2019


    HAPPENED IN THE FIRST PLACE. IT WAS AN EVENT THESE PASSENGERS
    WILL NOT SOON FORGET.>>I WAS SUPPOSED TO GET ON ONE
    OF THOSE TRAINS AND I HAD TO
    REROUTE.>>MY ANXIETY LEVEL HAS GONE UP
    ABOUT IT. BRANDI: THE CRASH INJURED MORE
    THAN TWO DOZEN PEOPLE. A MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN TESTING
    AND OUT OF SERVICE TRAIN WAS
    GIVEN VERBAL PERMISSION FROM THE
    CONTROL CENTER TO ENTER THE
    MAINLINE. THE TRAIN WAS STOPPED FACING
    SOUTH ON THE ON DOWN TRACK. IT WAS GIVEN SIGNAL APPROVAL TO
    MOVE ON THE SAME TRACK. THE PASSENGER TRAIN COLLIDED
    WITH THE STOPPED TRAIN AND TWO
    MONTHS AFTER THE CRASH,
    PASSENGERS QUESTION WHY IT
    HAPPENED.>>THIS IS SUPPOSED TO BE A
    DEPENDABLE SYSTEM AND STATE.>>THEY WERE GIVEN PERMISSION TO
    BE ON THE SAME TRACK AT THE SAME
    TIME, BUT WHY? BRANDI: NO ONE WAS MADE
    AVAILABLE FOR AN INTERVIEW BUT A
    SPOKESPERSON SAID THEY
    IMPLEMENTED VARIOUS CORRECTIVE
    IMPROVEMENT ACTION IMMEDIATELY
    FOLLOWING THE TRAIN INCIDENT, TWO OF WHICH INCLUDE A MINIMUM
    OF TWO PEOPLE IN THE CONTROL
    ROOM WHENEVER THERE IS A REVENUE
    SERVICE TRAIN ON THE MAINLIN

    10 Fastest Vehicles In The World 2018 | Fastest Train | Fastest Car | FactoFusion
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    10 Fastest Vehicles In The World 2018 | Fastest Train | Fastest Car | FactoFusion

    October 24, 2019


    Whether it’s the past, present or future,
    we humans have an inborn desire to go faster than ever before In fact, we’ve already travelled at speeds
    greater than Mach 5, which is five times the speed of sound From the 1st ever rocket powered car which
    broke the sound barrier to space shuttles that travel over 20,000 mph, But before we proceed, make sure to Subscribe
    & hit the Bell icon, so that you get instant notifications of our new video uploads So, let’s get started! Imagine, if you can travel from LA to New
    York in just 6 and a half hours and that too by Train That’s right! The Japanese railway company has come up with
    its latest high-speed, Super Conducting MAGLEV TRAIN, which reached a top speed of 375 mph,
    to become the fastest train in the world. The record was set during a test run conducted
    in 2015 during which the 7-car train, hit its top speed in only about 4 minutes into
    the run. With 49 Railway employees on board, the train
    sustained its top speed for 10.8 seconds, travelling 1.1 miles in the process. Maglev trains have no wheels and float on
    a cushion of air. They use magnets to reduce the friction between
    wheels and tracks. This allows the bullet train to reach speeds
    of more than 300 mph. Setting an average top speed of 277.87 miles
    per hour on a closed public road in Nevada, Swedish hyper car Koenigsegg Agera RS set
    the world record for the fastest production car ever,
    beating the previous record holder, the Bugatti Veyron super sport. This feat was achieved in November 2017 by
    the Koenigsegg team, with Niklas Lilja, the factory test driver behind the wheels. He got into top gear at 220 miles per hour
    and ended up reaching a top speed of 284 miles per hour. The hyper car was powered by a twin-turbo
    5.0-litre V8 engine, which developed an incredible 1,380 horsepower. Also, Agera RS completed the 0-249-0 mph run
    in just 36.44 seconds, smashing the previous time of Bugatti Chiron by more than 5 seconds. This $2.1 million electrified hypercar is
    very much sold out, so it’s up to you to decide your choice. Helicopters are mostly known for hovering,
    not for speed. But, AIRBUS EUROCOPTER X3, powered by 2 Rolls-Royce
    Turbomeca RTM322 engines is known for both. With the technology advancing ever so fast,
    helicopters have become faster and more lethal. In mid-2013, Eurocopter X3 reached 293 mph
    during a 40-minute flight at an altitude of 10k feet over southern France. While moving downwards, it achieved a top
    speed of 302 mph, thus making it the fastest helicopter ever. Snowmobile also known as snow machine, is
    widely used in the western parts of the world. As a matter of fact, out of the total 1.25
    lakh snowmobiles sold worldwide in 2016, more than 1 lakh of these were sold in the United
    States and Canada alone. Having reached a mark of 211.5 mph, G-FORCE
    1 designed by Canada’s G-Force division is the fastest snowmobile ever. The G-Force division has always been keen
    on breaking snow speed records and in 2013. At Bonneville’s wide open salt flats in
    Utah, G-Force 1 smashed its own former record of 210.8 mph by reaching an impressive 211.5 mph. Setting a 2-way average speed of 376.36 mph,
    the record for the fastest motorcycle in the world belongs to TOP 1 ACK ATTACK. This feat was accomplished in late 2010 during
    the Top Speed Shootout, conducted by Cook Motorsport’s at Bonneville Speedway. The Ack Attack’s fastest 1-way speed was a
    mammoth 394 mph and this was the 3rd time in 4 years when the record for the fastest
    motorcycle was broken by Ack Attack. The record was confirmed and certified by
    the FIM officials and it was also included in the 2012 Guinness Book of World Records. Fighter pilot Andy Green from UK holds the record for the fastest land vehicle in the world. In 1997, he drove THRUST SSC at an insane
    speed of 763 mph, over a distance of 1 mile in the Black Rock deserts of Nevada. In the process, it became the first automobile
    ever to officially break the sound barrier. The 10.5 ton Car was powered by two Rolls-Royce
    spey turbofan jet engines, which developed a net thrust of 50k pounds, a power output
    of 110k BHP, which burned around 18 liters of fuel per second. Thrust SSC’s project director Richard Noble
    is currently working on Bloodhound Super Sonic Car, and Andy Green will aim to break the
    land speed record in 2020 and it would become the first land vehicle ever to cross the mark
    of 1000 mph. SPIRIT OF AUSTRALIA holds the record for the
    fastest boat and also the fastest water vehicle in the world. In late 1978, Ken Warby drove it on the Tumut
    River in Australia, setting a mark of 317.6 mph The boat was designed by Ken in his kitchen
    table and built in his Sydney backyard. And it took him 8 years and 10k dollars to
    build it. Powered by a Westinghouse J34 jet engine,
    the world’s fastest boat is now a permanent feature at the Australian National Maritime
    Museum in Sydney. Setting and breaking records on water is an
    extremely dangerous task. Since 1978, there have been numerous attempts
    at breaking Ken’s record with no success yet Truly, it was an amazing feat by Ken! When it comes to the fastest manned airplane
    ever, nothing comes close to the hypersonic rocket-powered NORTH AMERICAN X-15. This Airplane was operated jointly by NASA
    and the U.S. Air Force, setting numerous altitude and speed records in the 60’s. In 1967, the X-15 piloted by Pete Knight reached
    a top speed of 4520 mph, which became the fastest speed ever reached by a manned aircraft. It registered an impressive Mach 6.72 The X-15 didn’t take off under its own power;
    instead it was carried up in the air by a modified B-52 bomber. To conserve fuel, it was air launched in flight
    at about 45,000 feet above sea level. The X-15 retired in 1970, but the program
    featured many notable NASA and US Air Force test pilots and one amongst them was Neil
    Armstrong. On 10th of December 1954, Colonel John Paul
    Stapp from US Air Force marked his greatest achievement, driving the SONIC WIND 1 to set
    a top speed of 632 mph. This feat earned him the title of “the fastest
    man on earth”. During the ride, he accelerated from 0 to
    632 mph in just 5 seconds, subjecting to a force of 22 times gravity This was the highest g force any human had
    endured to that time. As the sled decelerated from 632 to 0 mph
    in just 1.4 secs, John felt an extreme pressure of 46 times gravity After the test, he was rushed to hospital. His eyes were bloodshot, fortunately he sustained
    no serious injuries. This test proved to be very useful in determining
    the effects of extreme acceleration on human body and the data collected was used by the
    military to design safer ejection seats for high speed vehicles On 26th May 1969, APOLLO 10 acquired a blazing
    speed of 24791 mph, while re-entering the Earth’s atmosphere, to become the world’s
    fastest manned vehicle ever. With 3 astronauts on board, Apollo 10 was
    the 4th manned mission in the US Apollo space program and the 2nd one to orbit the Moon. The mission was a dress rehearsal for the
    1st Moon landing, and tested all of the components and procedures, just short of actually landing. Apollo 10 completed this mission in less than
    56 hours. This success of Apollo 10 mission enabled
    Apollo 11 to become the 1st ever spacecraft to land Humans on Moon, on 20th July 1969,
    as we all know!

    Bullet train crash in China kills 43
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    Bullet train crash in China kills 43

    October 24, 2019


    killed as bullet trains derail in China Back to the train crash scene in Zhejiang, China two days ago. The accident caused a tragic collision, the cars were seriously damaged. As of yesterday, an estimated 43 passengers had died, 210 were injured, and several were missing. Fortunately the two Taiwanese women on board were safe. It was officially reported that no more survivors were going to be found. The families of the missing were devastated by the news. This major accident happened two days ago at 8:30pm.
    The weather was horrible. There was a storm with lightning. A high-speed train en route from Zhejiang Province to Fujian Province,
    was scheduled to stop at Wenzhou Yongjia Station for a minute but was delayed for 25 additional minutes. Passengers wondered what had happened. It was reported that there had been a lightning strike. A while later the train started to move again. When it was about to approach Wenzhou South Station,
    another train rammed from behind. The first train derailed and two of its carriages fell from the elevated track. Three carriages from the second train fell from the viaduct. The fourth carriage was standing vertically on the ground. The car shook intensely, luggage flew around, passengers screamed for help, then the whole car blacked out. Passengers broke a window with a fire extinguisher and some climbed out the broken window to escape. Those who survived are still suffering from the horrific experience. Survivor A: “The whole car was shaking. We fell down onto the floor. Luggage was flying all over the place.” Lots of warmhearted Wenzhou residents lined up to donate blood yesterday, hoping to help those in need. Chinese authorities claim the accident was caused by a lightning strike which knocked out crucial equipment. Yesterday they promptly fired the head and deputy head of the Shanghai Railway Bureau. According to the train schedule, The train that hit the other from behind should have entered the station in first. Survivor B: “This must be a problem with the train itself, or bad decision-making in assigning staff.” Apple Action News

    Renato Dulbecco – Origins and first school (2/61)
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    Renato Dulbecco – Origins and first school (2/61)

    October 22, 2019


    I was born in Catanzaro, and I was born there
    because my father was an engineer for the government civil engineering group and was sent… because he was from Imperia, from Porto Maurizio, Liguria… and he was sent to work in Calabria during the rebuilding work after the earthquake
    that had taken place many years earlier. And as my father was specialised in
    building with reinforced concrete then this was necessary because they
    wanted to build houses, permanent structures, to resist a new earthquake, you see. Of course… In fact, he got married in Calabria.
    My mother was from Tropea, which is a beautiful little tourist town right on the sea. And so I was born there in Catanzaro, because Catanzaro was the capital of the province and my father had his office there. However, I wasn’t there long, because after a year, in 1914, World War I broke out and my father was
    sent to Turin, to work in a missiles factory. So we were moved to Turin and so I spent my
    childhood in Turin, but I don’t remember much of this. My only memory, is looking out the window at a shop,
    and there were always people queuing up to buy things, you know, what with everything being
    measured out. Rationed, precisely. And so these are my memories of Turin. From there we went to Cuneo, because
    my father was transferred, but only for a short time and then from there to Riviera, in Porto Maurizio, because there was also an engineering group there in Porto Maurizio. And so I grew up in Porto Maurizio and what I remember on the whole about my childhood and youth is Porto Maurizio. I went to school in Porto Maurizio,
    and as I was saying before, I went in at third form. Then once I had finished primary school,
    I went to junior school in Oneglia. Oneglia and Porto Maurizio are now fused into one town. Imperia, but before they were separate towns. [Q] So there was Oneglia and Porto Maurizio? Yes. So there were two kilometres from Oneglia to Porto Maurizio so to get to school I had to take a means of transport. At the beginning, I remember that this was horse-drawn. [Q] Oh yes, they were called horse-drawn trams. Horse-drawn trams. Yes, I liked them a lot
    and I always used to try to sit at the front to see, to watch how the horses behaved.
    All this was fine. Nothing particularly amazing happened at junior school. Then of course horse-drawn trams changed to buses and then a tramway was built, so in the end the tram was more convenient. [Q] Perhaps the tram was less charming
    than horses. Yes, less charming.

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    October 21, 2019


    The final destination is New York, but the transit point is Seattle, so I arrived at the Seattle Tacoma airport. It is the way of coming to the immigration examination. As soon as I leave the immigration office, I find my baggage. And then I put my baggage on a plane to New York in advance. I followed the people to the airport lobby. It was nice to arrive after a long flight. I am excited about what will happen in a strange city. It arrived at 10:30. After completing the immigration check, it was near 12:00. I was a little bit hungry and thirsty. I saw Starbucks then. I was planning to have lunch at Pike Place Market, so I was just going to fill my hunger a little bit. Tumblers on display at Starbucks in Seattle Airport. And the desserts. There were lots of bakeries. I ordered a cinnamon bagel. I will live for more than a month and have also charged Starbucks cards. I bought a bagel at Starbucks and asked for water and I got this big disposable cup. It was different from my country. The bagel was good. What I felt about my trip to the US was that the steaks and bread were very good and the prices were good compared to Korea. If you are coming to travel to the United States, please enjoy steak and bread. I took the subway or bus and got out of the entrance to go downtown. I do not know directions. So I asked the staff at the entrance how to go downtown. Then he told me the link light train. And he said it would be better to ride a link light rail than ride a bus. I came back from the entrance and went upstairs. And I moved to the Link Light Train. But the way to the link train was far longer than I thought. It took 15 to 20 minutes on foot. “I asked the security guard to find a way to go, “Do not take the bus here. If you go to Pike Place Market on Link Light Rail, you can go easier and more comfortable.” “This is the bagel I bought at Starbucks. I am going to the link light rail while eating.” I met a bunch of people on their way back with the electric cart. When I came back, I thought I’d have to ask if I could take on the cart. I bought the link light rail ticket. It was unmanned system, I could only ticketing on the machine. I got a link light train. It was pleasant and clean. I feel good to see the scenery outside of Seattle. Flowers, houses, people. The feeling of a strange city. I did not put it on video, I had a chance to talk to an old woman who sat next to me. She said to me, “Seattle is a place where rain often comes and today ‘s cloudy day but it is very good day.” I remembered people who said goodbye at the airport. I shook hands to say good – bye at the airport with Vietnamese woman and Korean woman who had long talked on the plane. Although I did not leave what I had talked about as an image, Thank you for telling me that you wanted to stay at your child ‘s house if you stayed in Seattle, I have said goodbye to the Vietnamese woman who want to live a new life in the US and want to be happy. I was sorry I did not ask them for their contacts or e-mail addresses later. The last meeting was the last meeting. I was able to see the scenery outside the window with the thought of short affairs and the strange being in the city. I got off at Westlake Station. I got out of the station on the escalator. Bigger and bigger buildings, I feel different from New York. Old Navy, Gap, Sephora and other multinational brands I saw buildings in West Lake, Cedar, and Macysys. I walked towards Pike Place Market. It was unusual to hear the sound of a gull even though it was in the city center. Probably because it was close to the sea. “Seagull is crying, the sea! Oh ~ the train!” The dove and the gull were flying together. “Mixed with seagulls.” “The smell of the sea is approaching.” “Oh, what do you do?” (The birds came and surprised.) A male groomed a pigeon and a gull. I started to smell the sea at the end of my nose. I saw the sea across the street. I saw a public market board. “Wow! It’s the sea!” Pine Street. And the shops. When I went down to the market, I saw the alley on the left side and it was crowded. So I was wondering. “What is this place?” There was a place where people lined up in the alleyway. “Do you want to ask?” “Chowder is famous, can we wait and eat?” People were standing in line and asked the staff in front of the restaurant. That said, Chowder is a delicious restaurant. So I stand in line. It was a place I happened to come across when I saw a long line. A lot of locals and tourists come. There was a suspicious history on the wall of the room. Clam chowder is an American style soup with seafood, bacon, corn and vegetables. The weather was chilly and I thought it was good for the car I wanted to eat warm food. There were New England Clam Chowder, Smoked Salmon Chowder and Crab Oyster Chowder. I ordered a crab oyster chowder. Later on I learned about salmon and the English chowder. The crab oyster chowder that I ate was delicious, too. I was able to pick it up in a disposable bowl or bread that was dipped inside like a paneen. And I also made crab rolls. The chowder knitted my taste. I was a little better at eating with bread, but I liked the taste of Koreans. The texture of the ingredients in the soup was good. The seafood was fresh because it was near the beach. Except for the salty taste, the soup sued. In general, the foods we eat in the US are tighter than in Korea It seems to me that I felt like I was being adjusted to my local taste. I used to eat lobster rolls in New York before, but I ate crab rolls here for the first time. Crab meat! It was really delicious. Pike Place Market in Seattle, Washington, USA, It is the first market in the United States It is the oldest market in the United States. The name Pike Place comes from the name of the main road where the market is located. The market is forming northwest from Pike Street to Virginia Street. It was opened on August 17, 1907 and boasts a very long history of more than 100 years. In 1907, eight farmers opened their doors with a single heart, For many years now, it is a symbol of Seattle and a popular tourist attraction. I found out more about this market while making the video. Seattle residents say this market is described as the soul and heart of the city. I felt that the market with its long history and tradition was a big meaning for the citizens. Fresh fruit, bread store, Vegetables, and fish. A strange city. The lively market and the public market. The golden pig statue at the entrance. It’s a pig statue Rachel, a mascot. The statue, which weighs 250kg, is built by the merchants of the market. It’s called a monumental sculpture. Rachel is a pig that won the county expo in 1977, the sculpture and Georgia Gerber modeled it and built it in the market in 1986. At the time, the Pike Place Market was so severe that it went right down to bankruptcy. For the purpose of reviving the market, merchants voluntarily collected donations and produced piggy bank statues, which led to the fund raising. I thought it was a simple sculpture located at the entrance of the market, but it was a sculpture that kept the market that was profitable when the market was in crisis. And there is a myth that touching the mouth and nose of Rachel pigs and giving donations will bring good luck. I know this story later. You just watched. A pig statue Rachel loved by tourists. I think the international visitors from the market are going to spend between $ 6,000 and $ 9,000 a year. This money is used as a social service fund for the market. Go down the stairs in front of the Public Market pig statue You can see colorful bubble gums on both walls of the alley. This is the place called ‘Mulwol’. I am a place where people have gathered and wondered. Tourists and locals began to put gum on the wall and made a ‘ It is a place where the world tourists are looking for chewing bubble gum to see this extraordinary place. This is the second most dirty tourist destination in the world. ‘Gumbong’ was expanded around the ticket sales outlets in the theater behind the market It is said that the people who waited for the performance started by attaching chewing gum to one or two walls. Another highlight of the Pike Place Market is the performance of throwing fish in the air. It is a unique feature of the seafood market that distinguishes it from other seafood markets. When the market is in a crisis of bankruptcy, it’s time to transform into a fun and enjoyable market. Merchants boldly discard their existing mode of operation and come up with a new approach. ‘Flying fish’ It is called a flying fish. When a customer chooses a fish, the employees shout the name of the fish many times The staff on the shelf throws the fish into the counter, which I take with one hand. Tourists cheering or applauding. I saw it right in front of me, and it was fun and interesting. There was someone playing the violin. Mayor and violin! I could not imagine it was a very good combination. It was the flowers that stood out in the market. There were many shops selling flowers. Flowers should be big and hard. The leaves were thicker and bigger than Korean flowers. Colorful colors. If you did not get on the plane at night, I wanted to buy a bouquet of flowers. There were many Tulli flowers. The tulip festival is held in April and May, and the tulip festival in Seattle. Seattle also has the wonder that tulips are famous. There was a view point in the market where the sea was visible. I was able to eat the food from the market here. I sat down and watched the outside scenery. Cloudy sky and sea landscape. The Pike Place Market is divided into three sections, including the Public Market. 200 shops and 190 craftsmen. It is the place where 10 million people visit every year, and it is ranked 33rd in the world number of visitors. We treat seafood mainly, and it is popular with citizens with good goods and low price, and it is a lot of tourists on the outskirts. It is a popular spot for Seattle travelers as tourists visiting Seoul go to Dongdaemun or Namdaemun market. When I traveled to a new place, I came here because I like to see old traditional markets in that place. It is a traditional market where you can see the most dynamic and vibrant places. I could not go to many places because it was a half day trip. Looking back, I think it was a good choice. There were dried fruits and vegetables. It seemed that the farm products dried directly. Beet, beans, pumpkin, and apples were various. I have tried peas dried ones myself. I did the salt season, and the taste of the soybean leaves and the soybean which dried and was salty was wonderful. It was delicious. Handmade homemade jam. Various oils, vinegar and sauces. The kinds of pasta noodles also varied. It was great to discover fresh fruit, Halabang. And hand made leather diary. There were no products that looked hand-made and looked exactly the same. Picture of Seattle’s Space Needle. The feeling of diary inlay was also different from ordinary paper material. Seattle Memorial T-shirt and eco bag. Fish store etc. There were a lot of products I made myself. There are a lot of things you can only see in this market, and I have a unique feel to the Pike Place Market. It was fun and nice to see. “Honey. Honey” There was a flower shop on one side and a hand-made product on the other. While I was watching the market, I was going to the coast. I went out and there was a place to look at the beach. Actually, I did not know about Seattle. I just saw this city, which was the backdrop for the movie “Manchu” I used to think that the city of Seattle, which is covered with cloudy light, is wonderful. Maybe it was more like the movie. Hyun Bin and Tangwei reminisce. Under the cloudy skies in the film are all over Seattle. Ferris wheel and cloudy sky and sea of ​​pale colors. It looked like a lonely and lonely city with a cloudy color. But it felt great. Looking at the sea under a cloudy sky, And there were rings in the railing that put their names on their backs. It seemed to have carved the names of their loved ones. I suddenly wondered if they would love and live well in the name. I was playing an unusual guitar. It was a guitar made from cigar boxes, etc. It was amazing. I also sold a lot of art works such as paintings. There was also a fish board symbolizing the Pike Place Market, Goods in various handmade. I found Starbucks 1 shop across the street. So I went there. Thank you very much for watching the video. The next story is about the second story in the Seattle Pike Place Market and flying to New York.

    Gone But Not Forgotten: Riverside Amusement Park | Connecting Point | Apr. 13, 2016
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    Gone But Not Forgotten: Riverside Amusement Park | Connecting Point | Apr. 13, 2016

    October 21, 2019


    IN TONIGHT’S GONE BUT NOT
    FORGOTTEN SERIES WE REMEMBER RIVERSIDE PARK.
    IT BEGAN AS A PICNIC GROVE IN THE LATE 1800 BEFORE BEING
    PURCHASED BY THE CARROLL FAMILY IN THE LATE 1930s AND THEN
    BLOSSOMING INTO NEW ENGLAND’S LARGEST AMUSEMENT PARK.
    RIVERSIDE WAS CONSIDERED A FAMILY PARK AND STILL CARRIES
    FOND MEMORIES FOR MANY IN THE REGION AS A PLACE FOR FUN,
    RELAXATION AND FOR MANY SUMMER EMPLOYMENT.
    “CONNECTING POINT” PRODUCER DAVE FRASER TALKS WITH LOCAL
    HISTORIAN DAVID CECCHI TO REMINISCE ABOUT A BY GONE ERA.
    >>RIVERSIDE PARK REALLY ATTRACTED THE LOCAL AREA BUT
    ALSO ALL OVER NEW ENGLAND. IT WAS THE LARGEST AMUSEMENT
    PARK IN NEW ENGLAND FOR DECADES. RIVERSIDE WAS KNOWN AS GALLUP’S
    GROVE IN THE 1850s. IT WAS A PICNIC GROVE THAT
    PEOPLE CAME DOWN FROM SPRINGFIELD AND AT THAT TIME A
    FEW MILES FROM SPRINGFIELD WAS REALLY GOING OUT INTO THE
    COUNTRY, SO IT WAS ON THE RIVER, THE COOL BREEZE.
    IT WAS A NICE PLACE FOR PEOPLE TO SPEND THEIR SUNDAY
    AFTERNOONS. IT WAS A 300 FOOT DIAMETER POOL.
    WHEN IT OPENED IT WAS THE RIVERSIDE PARK AND AUDITORIUM.
    THAT SOON BECAME KNOWN AS LAKE TAKE A DIP.
    TWARGDAR QUARTER FOR A TOWEL AND BATHING SUIT RENTAL.
    BY THE END OF THE SUMMER THEY DOUBLED THE PRICE TO 50 CENTS
    AND THAT DIDN’T GO OVER SO WELL, BUT IT WAS A HUGE DIVING
    PLATFORM IN THE MIDDLE AND IT WAS THIS BIG CONCRETE STRUCTURE,
    AND AFTER THE POOL HAD BEEN FILLED IN, THAT WAS IN THE
    MIDDLE OF THE PARKING LOT AT RIVERSIDE PARK UP UNTIL THE
    1990s. PEOPLE DIDN’T KNOW WHAT IT WAS.
    IT WAS THIS GIANT CONCRETE THING THEY JUST THOUGHT IT WAS SOME
    KIND OF TOWER BASE OR SOMETHING, BUT IT WAS ACTUALLY THE DIVING
    PLATFORM FOR THE POOL THAT HAD BEEN FILLED IN.
    ED CARROLL WAS MANAGING THE DRIVE-IN THEATER ON THE PARK,
    AND IN 1939, HE BOUGHT RIVERSIDE PARK.
    HE STARTED WORKING ON GETTING RIDES.
    HE BOUGHT THE THUNDERBOLT AND HAD IT REBUILT.
    RIVERSIDE HAD PRETTY MUCH EVERYTHING.
    THEY HAD A BOWLING ALLEY. THEY HAD THE SKATING RINK.
    THEY HAD THE ROLLER COASTERS. THEY HAD DANCING.
    RIVERSIDE PARK WAS A DESTINATION.
    ¶ GIVE YOU THAT FEELING ¶ ¶ A GOOD, HAPPY FEELING ¶
    >>ED CARROLL WOULD GO OUT TO CALIFORNIA EVERY YEAR AND SEE
    WHAT WAS THE LATEST AND GREATEST.
    HE REALLY USED DISNEYLAND AS A MODEL FOR RIVERSIDE PARK.
    WHEN THE MONORAIL WAS BUILT IT WAS THE ONLY MONORAIL OUTSIDE OF
    DISNEYLAND IN THE COUNTRY. AT THE TIME THERE WAS NO
    ADMISSION TO GET INTO THE PARK. SO TO GET PEOPLE INTO THE PARK,
    THEY HAD FREE SHOWS, SO HE WOULD SCOUT CELEBRITIES, SINGING
    GROUPS, HE TRIED TO GET PEOPLE RIGHT IN THAT CUSP WHERE THEY
    WERE — HE COULD STILL AFFORD TO BRING THEM IN BUT THEY WERE JUST
    BREAKING SO BY THE TIME THEY APPEARED AT THE PARK THEY WOULD
    BE A BIG NAME LIKE THE CAST OF BONANZA WAS AT THE PARK.
    LORNE GREEN WAS SINGING, MICHAEL LANDON RODE THE ROLLER COASTER
    WITH PEOPLE. PEOPLE — LASSIE CAME OUT TO THE
    PARK. PEOPLE REALLY HAVE A LOT OF
    MEMORIES OF THE SHOWS THAT WERE THERE ALSO, YOU KNOW, THAT GOT
    PEOPLE INTO THE PARK AND THEN THEY WOULD BUY THEIR TICKETS TO
    DO THE RIDES. THE RACETRACK OPERATED FOR OVER
    50 YEARS. THEY HAD RACES ON SATURDAY
    NIGHTS. THEY HAD THE DEMOLITION DER
    BEES. PEOPLE — THEY FOLLOWED THE
    DRIVERS. THEY WERE — IT WAS A REGULAR
    TRADITION, AND EVERYONE KNEW THE RACETRACK.
    WHETHER YOU WENT TO THE TRACK OR NOT, YOU KNEW IT WAS AROUND AND
    IT WAS PART OF THIS AREA. WHEN I WAS DOING RESEARCH FOR MY
    BOOK, THE WAY I PUT IT IS EVERYBODY HAS A RIVERSIDE STORY.
    SO MANY PEOPLE THAT THEIR PARENTS OR GRANDPARENTS MET AT
    RIVERSIDE PARK. SO MANY PEOPLE WORKED AT
    RIVERSIDE PARK. THEY MET THEIR SPOUSE AT
    RIVERSIDE PARK. IT WAS JUST SOCIALLY RIVERSIDE
    PARK PLAYED SUCH A HUGE ROLE IN THIS AREA.
    IT WAS A FAMILY PARK, AND IT REALLY JUST TOUCHED PEOPLE IN A
    REALLY PERSONAL WAY.

    Tunnelbanan i Stockholm: Historia 1950-2018
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    Tunnelbanan i Stockholm: Historia 1950-2018

    October 21, 2019


    It was on the 1st of October 1950 that the first actual metro train run from Slussen here behind us, to Hökarängen in the South. In this video, we will follow how today’s metro map evolved from 1950, until today’s map in 2018 This is part 1 of the Evolution of the Stockholm Metro Already in 1933, Southbound trams from Slussen had used the underground stations Södra Bantorget and Ringvägen, beneath Södermalm in what had started to be called
    Tunnelbana (“Tunnel rail”) With inspiration from London and Berlin, Stockholm began building train tracks under ground In contrast to how we build today, the train tunnels were built in a rather shallow shaft right under the street. This meant the entire street was excavated, and Södermalm experienced this already in the 1930s. As Metro trains in 1950 replaced the former trams under Södermalm, the platforms were extended and the stations Södra Bantorget and Ringvägen changed names to Medborgarplatsen and Skanstull From Johanneshov, the Metro could connect to the same track as former Enskede Tram and the branch via Hammarby to Blåsut was converted to Metro From there, another five stations were built at grade in Sandsborg, Kyrkogården, Tallkrogen, Gubbängen, and to the new suburb Hökarängen. Less than a year later, Johanneshov was connected to Slakthuset, and the Metro could now use the tracks of the former Örby Tram from Slakthuset all the way to Stureby, and was converted to Metro. In October 1952, the Northern branch was finally completed from Kungsgatan out to Vällingby in the West Five new underground stations strenghened the feeling that a large city was taking shape The trains left from centrally located Kungsgatan (today: Hötorget) and run under ground through the central city to Rådmansgatan, Odenplan, S:t Eriksplan and Fridhemsplan From there, the trains went at grade, and the stations Thorildsplan and Kristineberg on West Kungsholmen connected the Metro to Alvik. The relatively newly built Ängby Tram line already went from Alvik to Islandstorget, and was now converted to Metro At Islandstorget the Metro went into a short tunnel and came out in the relatively new suburbs Blackeberg, Råcksta and Vällingby Visually, the two lines now looked like this: and it took another five years before the two lines could be connected In November 1954 the South branch was extended from Stureby to the new suburbs Bandhagen and Högdalen and in the West two years later the line was extended to Johannelund and Hässelby gård. During the 50s, large parts of the centrally located Klara Area was torn down This is known as the Transformation of Norrmalm (“Norrmalmsregleringen”) It entailed tearing down old, end of the 19th century buildings, making way for Metro tracks, and rebuilding new modern commercial 50s/60s style buildings instead. For example Hötorgsskraporna and Åhlénshuset. The buildings that were torn down were in disrepair, but this is still a great grief to many that so many beautiful buildings in the city centre were torn down. Sequentially, however, it also solved a great infrastructural obstacle in Stockholm In 1957 the North and South lines could finally be connected as the tunnel below the Klara Area was completed, and the stations in Gamla Stan and T-centralen opened up. Mayor Yngve Larsson is the man behind large parts of these infrastructural projects that transformed Stockholm, and must be seen as the father of both the Norrmalm Transformation and the Stockholm Metro. He was the Mayor for 22 years, and continued working for the City in various roles
    until he retired at the age of 89 When the lines were connected, the station Kungsgatan changed name to Hötorget, and the station Centralen changed name to T-centralen, so that it would not to be mistaken for the
    Central Station (Rail) There was actually a vote on the name of the station where the name “Klara” almost got as many votes as “T-centralen” In the spring 1958 an Eastbound branch opened up towards Hammarbyhöjden, and during the autumn another three stops down to Bagarmossen. Meanwhile the Metro was also extended South from Hökarängen to newly built Farsta Centrum Four stations in the South also get new names. Slakthuset was renamed after the newly built Isstadion (Ice Statium), the one we today call Hovet Johanneshov was renamed Gullmarsplan, Hammarby was renamed Skärmarbrink, and Kyrkogården changed name to Skogskyrkogården. In November, the Western branch is also extended to today’s terminus Hässelby strand One year on, the Högdalen
    branch was extended South to Rågsved, and a year later up to the current terminus Hagsätra In 1962 Färjestadsvägen was renamed Ängbyplan. In 1964, a brand new Orange Line opens up,
    (today is the Red Line) from T-centralen to Fruängen and Örnsberg in the South. The stations T-centralen, Gamla stan and Slussen got double platforms, and the stations across Södermalm, Mariatorget, Zinkensdamm and Hornstull are built under Hornsgatan and over the bridge to Liljeholmen and Midsommarkransen. The Metro then takes over existing tram tracks at Telefonplan down to today’s terminus Fruängen On the same day the stations
    Aspudden and Örnsberg open. The line is extended already the year after, with four stations from Örnsberg westwards to Sätra, and in the Northeast, the at the time deepest station opens up at Östermalmstorg. In 1967 the Orange Line is extended to the South First to Skärholmen, and later the same year to Vårberg. The same year the Östermalm line made it to Karlaplan and Gärdet, and to today’s terminus Ropsten, which meant the Metro now connected to the
    Lidingö Tram line Four years later, in 1971, the Green Line’s Farsta stretch is extended for the last time, when today’s terminus at Farsta strand,
    opens, and it is now possible to change here
    to the communter trains In October 1972 the Metro makes its first appearance outside Stockholm County, when the stations Vårby gård and Masmo open in Huddinge County, and Fittja in Botkyrka County. One year later a new Northbound line
    on Östermalm opens towards Stadion and Tekniska Högskolan which means the Metro now connects to the Roslagen Rail line. Two years later it is also extended to Universitetet, and in the South, three new stops open, in Alby, Hallunda and today’s terminus Norsborg In 1975 the Blue Line opens –
    a new Metro line entirely under ground. It started from a newly built third platform under the previous two platforms at T-centralen, first to Rådhuset, then to a newly built platform
    under the existing at Fridhemsplan and further to Stadshagen The line continued with three stations in Solna County: Västra skogen, Solna centrum and Näckrosen and up to the four newly built suburbs Hallonbergen, Rinkeby, Tensta and Hjulsta Two years later, an additional three stations open when the Blue Line is extended to Kista, Husby and Akalla Between Hallonbergen and Kista, a station called “Kymlinge” was built But it never opened, because the suburb that was planned here, was never built. However, when you travel from Hallonbergen to Kista you can still see the ghost station Kymlinge when you pass it. Later the same year the station Kungsträdgården opens and all the 14 people who live on Blasieholmen finally got a Metro However, the so called “Battle of the Elms” in 1971 caused the Eastern exit to open SIX years later because it had to move 70 metres (230ft) to the East. The protesters wanted the seven Elms in Kungsträdgården to remain, which later also became the resolution In 1978 the last extension of the Orange Line was built when the stations Bergshamra in Solna County and Danderyds sjukhus and Mörby centrum in Danderyd County opened In the beginning of the 80s, the Orange Line finally became the Red Line Both Northern branches of the Red Line were intended to reach further, Ropsten to Lidingö, and Mörby up to Täby, but today 40 years later the Red Line looks exactly like this. In 1985 the Blue Line get its last (so far) extension, when the South Järva Line is built i.e. the branch from Västra Skogen to Rinkeby that passes Huvudsta and Vreten in Solna County and Sundbyberg centrum, Duvbo and Rissne in Sundbyberg County The connection between Hallonbergen and Rinkeby was then closed, but the tunnel and tracks remain In 1989, Isstadion is renamed for the second time now to Globen, after the Globe Arena that is just completed and in 1994 the Green Line is finally extended South to Skarpnäck, which is up until today still the last extension of the entire Metro network It should be mentioned that the station in Bagarmossen was actually torn down and rebuilt underground, before it was extended to Skarpnäck Only adding a small name change in 2013 when Vreten on the Blue Line was renamed Solna strand we have now reached the map we recognise today. Around 2025, the next extension is
    expected to be completed when 11 new stations will open, and 2 stations close But that is something I will talk more
    about in the next video Thanks for taking time watching. I hope you found it interesting If you liked this video, please hit the like button, share on social media, or subscribe to my channel.

    Hanes Bra | Stand up Comedy by Rahul Subramanian
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    Hanes Bra | Stand up Comedy by Rahul Subramanian

    October 20, 2019


    I love driving but sometimes the traffic can get to you right? and I was driving and I was stuck in a signal But that’s when I saw something Which caught my attention I saw a hoarding Of Hanes Bra ** Audience member giggling ** and it’s… Why are you laughing? It’s not… Don’t judge I wasn’t looking for it I didn’t get up that day “Today I have to!” Bra Bra Bra Bra Bra Bra Bra Bra! Where is it? Bra Bra Bra Bra Bra Bra Bra Bra! Excuse Me! Excuse Me! Where can I find this Bra hoarding? You have come all wrong, you had to take a left from the previous roundabout Why are you judging me? I was in my car, I just… It was there, so happened to see it I shouldn’t see? Should I close my eyes and drive ? And then end up in an accident. Why? It was there, I saw it Judge? I will see it, do what you want In fact from today I will see only Bra hoardings In fact I will leave from home On a mission Will go to every bra hoarding in town Check in on Google Checked in at bra hoarding number 1 Checked in! Will give reviews Judging Me! It was a huge bra It’s a hoarding guys Initially I was also like, “Such a huge bra?” Then I was like, “Idiot, it’s a hoarding” Ya it makes sense… But I understood, I wasn’t like “What a lucky husband” Oh Ho No! I made sense of it, It’s a hoarding Now what caught my attention was The tag line of Hanes Bra The tag line of Hanes Bra is… Hanes Bra A Bra That lets you wear Anything! ** Such Amaze Much Wow** Let me repeat it for impact A Bra A Bra That lets you Wear anything! I was like anything? Hoarding was like anything! What an amazing bra! Let’s you wear anything Anything? Can I wear this? Wear It! Salwar Kameez? Go for it! I want to wear My attitude Go for it girl.I am Hanes Bra I let you wear anything What a nice Bra Ladies remember the tough times? Under Jockey & Amante Those bitches never allowed you to wear whatever you wanted Everyday such a struggle Asking permission with fear, “Bra Ma’am, Bra Ma’am..” Can I wear… NO YOU CAN’T! Don’t support this at all! I’ll push you down if you ask me I don’t know whatever… I don’t know I don’t know what Bras talk but whatever they do… Okay, there’s a message here If you are thinking what is he rambling on about There’s a message All I’m trying to say… is ladies… Don’t give so much authority To a piece of cloth This is not empowerment Stand up for your rights and your lefts Like something like this will never happen With men like us Will never happen… Like last thursday I was eating scrambled eggs I love scrambled eggs My Lux Cozi underwear walked up Hey Rahul! From tomorrow you won’t wear formals Next day, he was mopping the floor That’s how you treat them yaar Keep them in check