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More than 2,000 towns from Europe and beyond have organised events to encourage residents to try out alternatives to traditional means of transport.
On 18 July 2017, around 50 local campaigners joined the webinar “Small municipalities doing big things during EUROPEANMOBILITYWEEK”.
They abandoned the court and ran to a local bar to get shitfaced. In big cities like Warsaw, there seemed to be more opportunities for work.
Everyone was buying and selling things; there was a huge, ugly market sprawling right beneath the Palace of Culture (gifted to us by our former friends from in 1952), stalls loaded with Adidas, Doc Marten and assorted other knock-offs, and boom boxes loudly pumping bouncy dance music. came from nothing had really changed—or it had changed but for the worse. Children spent their days loitering about town and trying to avoid the abuse of their frustrated, newly unemployed parents (employment was always there during the red regime).
This I quickly learned upon arriving in a small Canadian town that was once summed up by one of its residents thusly: “Welcome to Woodstock.
If the trains won’t kill you, the drugs will.”I went back to Poland every summer after we emigrated to visit.
At one point “Smells Like Teen Spirit” came on; I was pressed against a dirty brick wall by my “Fuck”-covered Romeo and I thought that this was going to be a moment I would remember for the rest of my life. The Western world was steadily flooding the Eastern world with all kinds of garbage: Mc Donald’s, New Kids on the Block, Vidal Sassoon conditioner samples.