Bruce Springsteen’s song underscores American ideals and uses the image of a train as a powerful metaphor for America as a nation of immigrants. Springsteen calls for a motley group of passengers to board a train and meet him in the “land of hope and dreams.” This train, we are told, carries “saints and sinners,” “losers and winners,” “whores and gamblers,” “lost souls,” the “brokenhearted,” “thieves and sweet souls departed,” and “fools and kings.” These passengers do not need tickets, Springsteen explains; all they have to do is “just get on board.”
Krystal is another great example that you don’t have to join a gym to get fit. With weights and a medicine ball, she’s transformed her body in a matter of months. There’s countless waist-whittling tools you can easily add into your everyday routine, too—and you don’t even need to splurge on weights! Joseph Cintron, fitness instructor/personal trainer at Carillon Miami Beach says if you’re workout out at home, a mix of flexibility, resistance, and cardio are key. “These three aspects of fitness are a definite must,” he says. Check out these 31 No-Gym Workouts and pick some tricks that work best for you and you schedule.
Garrus poses at the back of the group photo Shepard assembles the whole gang for if they're just friends, or sits next to her if they're in a relationship. The morning after the party, Garrus and Shepard wake up beside each other if they're lovers. If not, or afterward, Garrus can be seen sitting at the one of the upper floor's couches opposite of Liara, promising to cut down on the calibrations jokes but only if Liara stops saying "by the goddess" herself. He's also relieved on the presence of extra bathrooms - Miranda (or Liara is she's absent) takes forever to do her hair (or "whatever she calls it" if referring to the asari).