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should have been clearer, meant scrap in value.
All cars these days that you are going to bring into the scrap it program, you might as well save the hassle and just scrap it at a yard for metal content.
Both = 200. Heck, you may just get more with the Scrap guy.
Thanks Mindbomber, that's roughly what I thought too. I wonder whats the profit margins these guys pull in.
VANCOUVER -- Language barriers may be putting the sexual health of some new Canadians at risk.
That's the concern raised in a study by University of British Columbia School of Nursing researcher Yuko Homma.
She says the majority of East Asian-Canadian adolescents have not had sex, but among those who are sexually active, one in four admit to using alcohol or drugs before a relationship, while nearly half of girls did not use a condom.
Homma says about half of the study group were new to Canada and spoke a language other than English at home.
She says she wonders if they may be missing key information in sexual health classes because of language barriers.
The study was published recently in the Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality.
The system will include a network of bicycle stations aimed at encouraging short trips. Users will be able to rent bikes at one location and return to another as part of a 24-hour system. Eventually, the program is slated to include 1,500 bikes at 125 stations, in an area that will include downtown and stretch to 12th Avenue, between Main and Arbutus streets.
The proposed fees for using the public bike-share program are $95 for an annual membership, $20 for a weekly membership, and $5 for a daily membership. Under all memberships, the first 30 minutes will be free, and cyclists will pay $1.50 to $2 for between 30 to 60 minutes of use, and $5 to $6 for 60 to 90 minutes.
Originally posted by v.b. can we stop, my pussy hurts... Originally posted by asian_XL fliptuner, I am gonna grab ur dick and pee in your face, then rub shit all over my face...:lol Originally posted by Fei-Ji haha i can taste the cum in my mouth Originally posted by FastAnna when I was 13 I wanted to be a video hoe so bad