I can't argue with you there. The other day, I was looking through this thread and actually began to laugh because some people on here have some vivid imaginations:Two things a bot does not possess.
1. An imagination
2. A sense of humour
With this in mind, why are there hardly any threads on this forum where this is a requirement?
An example here....only real people contributed.
Is it just me or do you guys also feel like time is flying by so fast? You wake up Sunday morning and the next thing you know, it's a Wednesday. I often have to catch myself these days checking what day it is.
Earth is spinning faster, so time is shorter!time has been a blur for me recently
A big part of it is lagging ticket sales. I know of a few artists which are cancelling or rearranging dates on tours hoping for stronger sales. Interestingly enough, one of them pulled out of a show someone I know was promoting. The artists didnt like the online sales figures but the fellas said "We have been out selling tickets ourselves, just come to the venue and you will be able to expose your music to a newer, younger audience and we did all the work to pack the house"... but they cancelled anyway.Why are so many artists are canceling tours?
Very interesting! Had no idea.So there are tunnels under every major U.S. city?
So far I have read of two confirmed underground
areas that are largely forgotten.
• 1960's Dallas - The Dallas Pedestrian Network, or the Dallas Underground,
connects many downtown office buildings and is home to several stores and
restaurants while providing an escape from weather and traffic on the surface.
• 1901 Los Angeles There are 11 miles of service tunnels beneath the streets of LA.
These became the conduits of smuggling and the passageways to the basement
speakeasies. Most of the tunnels are blocked off today, but there are some that are
accessible, and there is (potentially) a guided tour that can guide one down into them.
Something tells me there are tunnels under most cities.
There are probably tunnels under the tunnels.