For most of us who have to commute to and from work almost everyday, taking the bus is something that we dread doing, especially during Mondays. You have to sit on your butt during the long ride to the office and you’re stuck trying to get some much-needed sleep or make do with fidgeting with your smartphone. Now if you’re in THIS bus, you may not want to get off the ride.
This café-style bus launched by Leap is drawing raves from commuters in San Francisco. The inside of the bus is spacious, making it more comfortable for passengers. It has power outlets which you can use to plug your gadgets in. There’s free WiFi, so you can easily pass the time surfing the net while drinking your coffee. And yes, the bus serves drinks too.
See what this bus looks like:
So how do you get hold of this bus? Just use your GPS to track it then use the app to book your passes. What’s more, you can check out its customized social media and browse the profiles of other people who take this bus, which will come in handy if you encounter a cutie during your ride.
Right now, there are only four buses of this kind roaming around San Francisco. We do hope that there will be more of it soon.
H/T: My Modern Met
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Yes, you read that right - baby bats!
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Timothy Eli Thompson had to undergo tracheotomy when he was just 5 days old because he was born without a nose. Though he can, of course, breathe through his mouth, the tracheotomy gives him a better chance of survival, for obvious reasons.
As with all parents, 23-year-old Brandi McGlathery was hoping for a “perfectly healthy baby boy” but was shocked to find out her baby did not have a nose. He was born prematurely on March 4 and had to stay for three weeks at the hospital....
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Leah Palmer? Oh yeah, she’s great! She has it all; nice life, good looks, great friends and family… But, she’s NOT real!
It is incredible what technology can do these days. For many, it is an indispensable extension to their lives while others enjoy a better life away from the temptations of modern technology.
There are some, however, who become victims of technology. This could happen in many different ways but identity theft is one of the most puzzling crimes perpetuated by people who probably have too much time in their hands and criminals with malicious intent.
The case of Leah Palmer is the perfect example. She’s a stunning, bubbly woman in her 20s whose happy-go-lucky lifetime in Dubai was perfect for juggling 6 boyfriends!...
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