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1.2 Leaving

Factory work is also exhausting. Even in spite of that, I'd still rather cycle home; I can't imagine a day where I'd feel so defeated - so exhausted - that I'd be complacent in  taking the bus. That thing is a pathetic excuse for public transit. Being that it's not air-conditioned, it's stinky and most of all slow, it's a veritable death chamber on four wheels in this kind of weather!

I might as well make the most of it - biking was definitely a good idea today.


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