Hanshin Expressway Goes Through a Building It's not easy building a new highway in Japan, since it's one of the most crowded places in the world. For instance, often you'll find that the place where you want to build your roadway happens to be obstructed by a skyscraper. There's no place else to put it, and the owners of the building certainly don't feel like tearing it down. What do you do?
I just came across this while I was researching buying second hand books from Amazon. The implications are fairly huge. I feel that with digital content, we've been moving towards the notion that we only ever really "rent" something digital whereas this flies in the face of that somewhat.
I'm astounded by how many books are available from Amazon used for $0.01. Such low price points drive me away instead of enticing me.
Today I went to the gym again, and then afterwards I went to the 24/h McDonalds by the highway, again, to get myself a Choc-whirl Frappe. This time I managed to get there without incident, however on ...
Born in 1988 to a Sri Lankan couple living in Kuwait, Belal would go on to achieve a great many things in life, such as being able to juggle two tennis balls in one hand. He first set foot on Australian soil sometime around 1995, and came back to live here in September 1998. Before that he lived in Kuwait, where he was born, like what it says above. Belal was enrolled in Rosewood Downs Primary School and more information about him can be found on hiswikipedia pageand hisblog
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I have been going here for my archery supplies for around 2 years, and have nothing negative to say about the service. The items are not cheap compared to buying online but the owner is pretty helpful and discounts occasionally for returning customers. He doesn't smile much but does give useful advice.