Mine currently is 7 minutes, just over a mile.
Mine currently is 7 minutes, just over a mile.
35-40 minutes. A little over 30 miles.
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50-55min about 44 miles each way. (almost all highway)
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50 minutes to school, 15 minutes to work.
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12 minute walk.
Six hours, about 400 miles. I work in Iowa and go home to Chicago every weekend. My commute from the town I stay in to my project is about 30 minutes though.
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40 minutes to work. 27 if i drive real fast(fastest ive ever done it)
90 minutes or more home with traffic.
Lets see .... today it was 532 miles. ... Lil over 7 hours
Tomorrow about 185 or so.... bout 3 hours
The rest of the week about 15 miles RT.... about a half hour.
My work place is in constant flux.
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10 min walk or so depending on which class I need to go to....4.5 hour drive home sans traffic and around 6 with traffic in hartford or waterbury or anywhere on I90
It varies. 4-8 hours round trip. SUX!
I refuse to argue with idiots, because people can't tell the DIFFERENCE!
9 miles round trip. 3 gals of gas a week.
I'd like to start riding my mtn bike, but there's a big azz hill each way.
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Under a 5 min walk.
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0.8 mile. I can walk it in about 15 minutes. Crossing the highway is a bit dangerous. I drive it most of the time. A tank of gas lasts me three weeks, including my commute and local errands.
About 25 minutes to school.
That and other various outings adds up to about 17 gallons a week.
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'bout 5 minutes. I'm really fortunate.
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21 miles each way. With ATL traffic that can be 30 minutes or 60+ minutes. Average is probably 40min. Work encourages tele-working and I do that once a week, plus I work a flex schedule that gives me every other Friday off. So, I average only 3.5 commutes a week.
About 10 minutes on County gas.:D
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Totem Mask Surrounds X4
Hsu ULS-15 Quad Drive Subwoofers
Polk Atrium 7s on the patio just to keep my foot in the door.
It's got to be at least 100 steps to get to the coffee, then out to the lounge chair in the driveway to make sure all the guys on the block get off to work okay.
Cell phone on the nightstand. Home office. Brick and mortar office with conference room, 1.1 miles (4min city drive) away.
It`s about 35 miles each way,and with the Bay Bridge traffic in the morning it can take about 45 mins. to an hour and 45 mins..in the morning...or more
1 to 3.5 hours on the way home, depending on the traffic and moron content there of...
I usually get up so early and get on the road before the rest of the world does, so the morning commute is not so bad...35 to 45 min
on the bike I can cut that time in less than half...and usually do !!
I have made it to work in 17 minutes at 3 am on the bike !!
a couple of times !!!!
GOD I LOVE MY BIKE !!
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PS Audio Plus Power Cords
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Sanus Cherry wood Speak Stands
Adona AV45CS3 / 3 Tier Rack (Black /Gold)
25 minutes from garage to the cubicle. I don't think I could do more than 30 minutes of drive time every day. For those of you who drive 30+ miles to the office every day, you're a better man (or more patient man) than me.
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Amp: Emotiva LPA-1
Surrounds: Polk Audio R150
Sub: HSU STF-3
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6 minute drive
13 minute bike ride
23 minute walk
1.3 miles one way
Varies. If it's over 100 miles I usually stay there during the week. I have done 95 miles, 1 1/2 hours each way. That stank, but you do what you gotta...
12 -15 minutes
twelve miles,,about a 20-25 minute ride,still waiting for the "rapid rail" project to become reality,,the station is about 100 yards from me.
JC approves....he told me so. (F-1 nut)
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