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Hi, I'm a noob!

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I'm Ben.

 

Ride the ®/(V) from 46th into Manhattan regularly.

 

Often times transfer to (4)/(5) or (6).

 

I'm fascinated by the subway system and bus system.

 

I'm constantly hating the (MTA) for ******* me over and making my life miserable.

 

I secretly love trying to quickly find a new route home.

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thanks guys.

 

I'm a total noob, I've only been in the city for maybe 3 months but I'm a quick learner.

 

I used to be into cars and also car forums and I figured since I ride the train so much I'd find a transit forum!

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thanks guys.

 

I'm a total noob, I've only been in the city for maybe 3 months but I'm a quick learner.

 

I used to be into cars and also car forums and I figured since I ride the train so much I'd find a transit forum!

 

Welcome to NYC Ben. So where did you call home previous? Have fun.:cool:

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Welcome to NYC Ben. So where did you call home previous? Have fun.:cool:

Originally from St. Louis, Missouri.

 

er.

 

A tiny farm town a half-hour from everything in St. Louis. I'm used to long driving commutes.

 

 

Went to school in Cincinnati, Ohio. ;)

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Welcome to NYCTF Ben. Wow, a long commute to your school in Cincinnati, Ohio ayy.

 

I commuted from across the street for 4 years in Cincinnati, hah. The STL-Cincy drive was easy, as was Cincy-NYC. Then again, I love to drive :P

 

undergrad is, however, over. :tup:

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Welcome n00b:p aka Newbie

 

I use to think noob is a word thinking someone is slow, but of course now no! Welcome to the (MTA) New York City Transit Community :P NYCTF!

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Welcome n00b:p aka Newbie

 

I use to think noob is a word thinking someone is slow, but of course now no! Welcome to the (MTA) New York City Transit Community :P NYCTF!

 

 

haha thanks!

 

I'm like the King's jester, the wise fool. The smart noob :o

 

Let's see, how can the (MTA) d!ck me over today...

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Well, now I see you love to drive, what car do you have?

 

I've got a 99.5 Audi A4 1.8t 5-speed waiting for me in Missouri. We're working on selling it so that I could pickup a scooter or motorcycle here in the city.

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Originally from St. Louis, Missouri.

 

er.

 

A tiny farm town a half-hour from everything in St. Louis. I'm used to long driving commutes.

 

 

Went to school in Cincinnati, Ohio. ;)

 

 

Would that make you a Cardinal's Fan or a Red's Fan?

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Would that make you a Cardinal's Fan or a Red's Fan?

 

If I had to pick, Cardinals for sure.

 

Although I've been to more Red's games, because the tickets were DIRT cheap :eek:

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If I had to pick, Cardinals for sure.

 

Although I've been to more Red's games, because the tickets were DIRT cheap :eek:

 

OK that makes you a national league guy Great! Welcome aboard :)

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Sweet 1995 Audi, ;)!

 

But, I think you should get a Smart Car (Smart ForTwo), so it could be a tid bit safer than the extremely earthshakenly loud MotorCycles. Scooter is fine but is slow.

 

And my favorite teams are:

Baseball AL: Toronto Blue Jays.

Baseball NL: New York Mets.

Football: New York Jets.

Basketball: New York Nets.

Hockey: NY Islanders/NJ Devils Mix.

 

 

Actually it's a 1999.5 Audi to be exact :( last of the 'drive-by-cable' versions but with the 'drive-by-wire' visual upgrades hehe

 

I understand the appeal of a Smart, however I can't take an impromptu trip to Boston, Canada or North Carolina like I could with a Motorcycle.

 

A scooter would be a step up from the Moped I rocked. Although slow and underpowered- it's a beautiful thing to see the world at 25mph - you take in alot more, like riding a bus!

 

It may have been a mistake to talk sports, truth be told, I don't have a clue what's what really haha

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