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BaconSandwich
2/22/20
7:36 PM
5

As an outsider looking in, the US democracy is like a very sick old patient. You guys need a very, very thorough reform to remove all the cancer and the legacy stuff. Remove the money, the special interests, remove the winner takes all approach, force a real multi party system where you need coalitions, no more Read more

2/22/20
7:27 PM
3

I don’t know enough about American politics to deny that, but I think the two party system is too entrenched and there are too many interested parties that benefit from the 2 party system. Read more

2/22/20
6:30 PM
2

I’m not happy with DNC, either. Bernie’s shot at Trump passed four years ago, IMHO.

2/22/20
5:58 PM
2

I know you’ve heard it before, but that kind of thinking is how you get such low voter turnouts. I don’t pretend to understand how things in your riding work, and it very well could be locked in regardless of how you vote. That being said every vote matters, even if I disagree with it. Read more

2/22/20
5:31 PM
4

I trash them all. Here’s the thing, though: we keep hearing about colossal ad buys, tens of millions of dollars, but who’s watching them? I don’t personally view any network television, nor any cable news and, therefore, zero commercials. If I find myself somewhere, like a sports bar, for example, where there’s a Read more

2/22/20
5:23 PM
6

I got a mailing from him and shredded it unopened because, I thought, surely, he doesn’t need any of my money...

2/22/20
8:57 AM
1

How do the Ti fasteners hold up and maintain set torque overall? Meaning, do they want to vibrate loose without loctite? Can you torque them down same as a steel bolt. I assume they are able to withstand more torque before they strip? Read more

2/21/20
4:26 PM
13

Eh, the fluid and brake changes alone would amount close to the total cost displayed here.
Let’s see: 30 dollar oil change every 10k: 1200$
Transmission fluid change 60$ (?) every 30k: 800$
Brake pads and rotors every 40k at about 600$: 6000$
Tires, at about 600$ every 40k: 6000$
Brake fluid bleeding every 40k at 100$: Read more

2/21/20
4:18 PM
3

Tesla should really have bought it back from them at the end. It would be an excellent study for their engineers to see how everything has held up over time and miles. 

2/21/20
3:14 PM
35

You could, but not many people would want to pay for a towncar service that showed up in a clapped-out Escort. ;)

2/21/20
2:54 PM
5

“Charge port doors have a lot of issues,” Sonnad told me. “We’ve had a lot of replacements on those. I think almost every car has gone through at least like, two,” going on to say that the main issue is that people manually close the doors. “They break because, I guess, they’re not designed to be manually pushed Read more

2/21/20
2:29 PM
50

Wow! No oil changes, trans fluid flushes, coolant flushes, lubrications, or any standard maintenance! It’s too good to be true! ...probably because it is and either you’re lying, your dad is lying, or this truck is the holy grail of ICE vehicles.

2/21/20
2:22 PM
58

I think one of the big things is that you have a lot of staunch EV advocates showing up going “there’s no maintenance!” Read more

2/21/20
2:21 PM
207

The first like 200,000 were super low cost,” he said, but things went up dramatically from there. Read more

2/21/20
2:15 PM
40

This is actually a surprisingly short (and cheap) list for an early year model of vehicle from a young car company, and a car that is loaded with weird/exotic features and complex designs. Read more