Journal #7446

Posted 7 years ago2011-10-21 23:22:52 UTC
StojkeOPL - 3
Don't know which is better:

1. Walking 25km home on rain and high wind trough the woods because the bus driver of the last buss home (00:15) didnt give an F i was on the station. Took me 3 hours.

2. Getting "robed" for 0.3\$ by 4 people and an APPLE pealing knife (seriously i laughed my ass off when they walked away) - They were all like: give us money or we will gut you and shit

3. Seeing the exact same driver of the bus that blew me off as i was approaching my home, 3 hours latter. I wanted to hit the driver in the face with a metal pipe.

But in the end i was happy, i took it like a man, and it felt good not to go down their level. Guess i learned a very important lesson today.

Commented 7 years ago2011-10-21 23:35:03 UTC Comment #66495
Not sure how long 25km is; I use miles.

Not sure how much 0.3\$ is; The American currency is abit different, and \$0.3 is considered 10 cents. 10 useless cents.
Commented 7 years ago2011-10-21 23:50:41 UTC Comment #66482
Not sure how long 25km is; I use google.

(It's ~15.5 miles.)
Commented 7 years ago2011-10-22 00:03:40 UTC Comment #66491
25km is a long ass walk.
Commented 7 years ago2011-10-22 00:27:42 UTC Comment #66480
The robbed part was hilarious.
But jesus, walking 25KM in the rain? I feel bad for you.
Commented 7 years ago2011-10-22 00:40:00 UTC Comment #66493
Dimbark: No, .3 Dollars would be 30 cents; \$.5 is 50 cents, 1.0 is a dollar.
Walking 25KM in the rain must suck, but how the hell did 4 obviously desperate muggers (they were using an apple peeler, after all) let you get off with only 30 cents?

EDIT: Oh, also Dimbark, 1 KM is a little over half a mile. (0.62 miles) Get with the times man, Imperial is so outdated, archaic, and unscientific.
Commented 7 years ago2011-10-22 01:23:39 UTC Comment #66494
You imperial sheep.

There's no way you can walk 25km in 3 hours. He either meant 2.5km or 30 hours, and I'm inclined to think it was the former.
Commented 7 years ago2011-10-22 02:19:22 UTC Comment #66492
2.5km makes a lot more sense than 25. Still sucks though Stojke
Commented 7 years ago2011-10-22 02:23:08 UTC Comment #66481
Average walking speed is about 5 km/h (~3 mph). 25km in 3 hours is not a walk.
Commented 7 years ago2011-10-22 04:53:41 UTC Comment #66496
JeffMOD because it didn't matter, they were probably those poverty stricken types of people that may NEED the money....or terrible gangsters I guess lol.
Commented 7 years ago2011-10-22 06:44:08 UTC Comment #66483
Sounds like you got next week Monday in advance. I hope they enjoy the apple peeler, they sure were desperate for it.
Commented 7 years ago2011-10-22 08:16:01 UTC Comment #66487
dang son!

it's those really bad days that makes you appreciate the good ones! glad you didn't get gutted sir stojkens!

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Commented 7 years ago2011-10-22 08:57:42 UTC Comment #66497
Well i said roughly 3h (was a bit more) and 25km (probably was less), my legs lost feeling while i got home.

And they took only 0.3\$ (20RSD) because thats all i had. But i could have defended my self pretty easily, but there were 4 of them and who knew what the others had, i still remembered 2 faces.

I think they were some lame drugs users or something, i still find it funny how i was all "yeah, aha, thats nice" and stuff while they were raging and threating.

Ah well, my mom did tell me not to go home with the last bus any way -___-"
Commented 7 years ago2011-10-22 13:23:32 UTC Comment #66477
Bus drivers are often a quite evil breed.

A couple of 12-something year olds tried to rob me once, it was the weirdest experience of my life.
Commented 7 years ago2011-10-22 15:07:26 UTC Comment #66489
Wtf? I would have pissed my pants if 4 robbers found me alone in the woods.

Also, 25km in 3 ohours is possible. That means ~8km/h. That means running.

Miles, inches and Fahrenheit make no sense.
Commented 7 years ago2011-10-22 15:40:37 UTC Comment #66484
Ouch, rough night. D:
Commented 7 years ago2011-10-22 16:40:35 UTC Comment #66486
That sucks badly. Hope you don't have a cold!
Commented 7 years ago2011-10-22 20:19:01 UTC Comment #66498
Yeah it sucked, im fine thou. Cold free

@ Striker - my thoughts exactly (usa measures)
Commented 7 years ago2011-10-22 21:23:40 UTC Comment #66490
Cold is a viral infectious disease, you don't get it by being out in the cold.
Commented 7 years ago2011-10-22 22:17:34 UTC Comment #66488
then why do you get the sniffles after being out in the cold rain?
Commented 7 years ago2011-10-23 00:38:17 UTC Comment #66478
Well, it's really a combination of two things. It's part respiratory biology and part of it is physics, or thermodynamics. One of the main functions of the nose is to warm and humidify the air that we breathe so that when it reaches your lungs, it's nice and conditioned. And in order to do this, the nose has to add some moisture to it. When it's very cold out, the air is usually dry as well, and the nose is really working overtime to add some fluid. And there are reflexes that are in place that allow the nose to increase its fluid production. If it really makes a lot of fluid, then it starts to run out of the end of your nose.
Commented 7 years ago2011-10-23 00:40:30 UTC Comment #66479
(.. and yeah, copypaste)
Commented 7 years ago2011-10-23 03:43:10 UTC Comment #66485
25kms is yonks!

i wish i had that kind of excitement in my life...