How to get the most out of your vacation and stay out of the sun

New York City residents can relax by avoiding the city’s sun-drenched summer and avoiding the hot, humid conditions that accompany it.

While many people get a kick out of hiking, walking, biking and even running, those who like the comfort of a car should consider staying in their cozy car, according to an article from Medical News Now.

The article notes that the comfort zone is often reserved for older people, families with young children and the elderly.

It adds that the car has become an integral part of our culture, even in cities like New York and Los Angeles where it has long been a necessity to get around the city.

In some cases, the comfort zones have even been expanded, like in the city of Atlanta, where the city is now home to a parking lot for cars.

The parking lot is home to some of the most luxurious hotels in the country.

The city is the home to over a million residents and has more than 100 million cars on the road each day.

The car has also become a key part of the cityscape, with over 80 percent of New Yorkers saying they use a car to get to work, the article notes.

And the car is just one of many modes of transportation that have become popular in recent years.

The Huffington Post notes that Americans are spending an average of about $5,000 a year on transportation, up from about $3,000 in the 1980s.

That’s a lot of money, especially when you consider that the cost of gas is rising by about 6 percent per year.

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Japanese taxi company calls female fake taxi song ‘a sad day’

A taxi company in Japan has called a song by a Japanese pop group a sad day for its women drivers, saying it could be used as a vehicle for discrimination.

The Japanese Taxi Association, a group representing about 2,500 taxi companies, said in a statement on Tuesday that it has been alerted by a member of the band Girls, which performed the song “Fairy Tail” in Japan last year.

In a message on its website, the association said the song was composed by the band’s singer, Yuuko Nakamura, and that it “may be interpreted as a derogatory term against Japanese female taxi drivers and their mothers.”

Nakamura has since apologized, and the group has since been banned from performing in Japan.

The association said in its statement that it is “deeply concerned” about the song and is seeking to ban it from its website and the video-sharing site Vimeo.

“I sincerely apologize for any discomfort that it may cause the members of Girls,” Nakamura wrote in a video message posted to YouTube.

“As a result of this song, it’s now difficult for the members and their families to work and to enjoy the rest of their lives.”

The statement said Girls “had been working on a song that will allow the women of Japan to become better taxi drivers, so that they can become more aware of their rights as women and to better understand and respect the rights of women drivers and the people in their communities.”

“The members of the Girls group are also saddened by the lyrics that were sung by the female taxi driver, Yuuuko Nakamura,” it said.

“She was one of the first to sing the song with us, so we’re really sorry that the lyrics were hurtful to her.”

The association, which is composed of members of taxi companies from all over Japan, said the members were all volunteers.

“The lyrics of the song are about women who are driving for money and to get by.

They are a sad, bitter, sad day,” the statement said.

“We are not aware of the intention behind the lyrics, but we will look into it in detail and do everything we can to correct this.”

We will also provide the lyrics of ‘Fairy Tale’ to the girls and women who may want to sing it for themselves, to be performed and released in a song.

“The group’s singer has since said she was surprised by the song’s lyrics.”

My initial thought was that it was something for the young girls to sing,” she told the local Yomiuri newspaper.”

But the lyrics are just a reflection of the time and circumstances at the time.

It doesn’t mean that they meant any ill will towards women in general.””

I think it’s really sad that the girls who sang the song for us were told that this was a sad and bitter day for them,” she added.

Fake Taxi Video Reveals Portland Police Officer Trying to Steal a Taxi from a Taxi Cab

Linn County, Ore.

— A video posted by Portland Police Department on its official YouTube channel appears to show a Portland police officer trying to steal a taxi from a taxi cab while he is wearing a body camera.

In the video posted on Tuesday, the Portland Police officer can be seen walking toward a parked cab.

When the cab driver stops his cab and asks the officer if he can pay him for the trip, the officer responds, “yeah, sure.

You can call me back in a minute.”

The driver then asks the police officer why he has his camera on him.

“Well, I’m a cop and you’re not,” the officer replies.

“I don’t want to take a picture of you.

I want to keep it secret,” the driver continues.

“If I’m going to take the picture, then I’m not going to do it.”

When the officer asks the cabdriver if he would like to pay for the taxi, the cabman says, “yes.”

The video has garnered over 3.8 million views and 1.3 million shares on Facebook.

The video shows a cab driver with a body cam video of him standing behind a parked car and trying to take an Uber, a competitor to Lyft, out of a car park at Linn Park, which is in the city of Portland.

During the video, the driver is heard saying “I’m not afraid of you,” to which the other driver responds, “(You’re) going to be scared of me too.”

The other driver then said, “You’re going to have to get over here,” to the taxi driver.

The officer then replies, “Yeah, well, that’s not a bad idea.”

After the taxi was pulled over, the two officers then attempted to leave the scene.

One officer tried to take his camera off while the other attempted to pull it off.

The officers are seen then pushing the taxi cab with the driver’s license plate.

As the taxi drove away, the video ends with the officers saying, “I did it,” as the driver exits the car.