Daksin
Daksin
6/2/19
7:12 PM
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I’m a little late on this one, but I tend bar at a craft brewery, where I think the rules may be a little different. First and foremost, the “splash,” as it’s called in the brewery scene, should be exclusively reserved for those patrons choosing what they’ll order a PINT of. If you’re getting a taster or a half pint, Read more

8/17/18
3:06 PM
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You people are out of your damn minds. If you asked any of your six-year-old selves if they wanted a yellow dinosaur truck that could go 150mph, they would strangle a puppy to have it. Ask yourself: what does your heart say?

8/9/18
4:41 PM
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I haven’t been through the comments, but if it hasn’t been said yet, thank you for testing the not-completely-optioned out model. I don’t know how much say you have in that, since I’m sure manufacturers want you to have the most features possible, but I appreciate it. It’s frustrating to see a review of a car that Read more

7/13/18
5:48 PM
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There is nothing trashy about using unusual ingredients to invent new cocktails. Mixology game on point.

7/13/18
5:15 PM
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Brew Project abandoned it’s All-San-Diego idea and renamed to Project Bar and Grill to focus on cannabis cocktails and sell beer they can buy cheaper. Pass.

7/3/18
5:12 PM
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Isn’t this just a bramble, or is there a difference?

12/18/17
1:24 PM
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Maybe a top-trim GT, but certainly not a base ecoboost.

12/1/17
3:09 PM
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This is exactly right- typically there’s at least one STOP codon that’s not used, and this is what’s repurposed. You engineer the protein to have the unused STOP codon placed strategically where you want your unnatural amino acids incorporated.

12/1/17
3:08 PM
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So, I actually used to work in the lab that started the unnatural amino acid work, so I can offer a (very) little insight here. It’s not about creating novel organisms with crazy genomes, it’s rather a tool for studying all sorts of things. Reprogramming an unused STOP Codon to incorporate an unnatural amino acid Read more

11/30/17
1:39 PM
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It actually seems like a reasonable strategy to me. If the car is as great as people seem to think it might be, then Kia effectively eats the depreciation (or at least a part of it), getting these cars on the road. If this idea of Kia making driver’s cars is going to succeed, they need to get a lot of these Read more

11/24/17
7:13 PM
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This is bizarre- I ALSO saw a Cygnet in Paris, but not this car. Maybe they’re hugely popular in France and we just didn’t know.

11/21/17
1:51 PM
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Enjoyed this article but wanted to jump in and say that these “RECENT VIDEO” tiles are stupid and bad. They make me want to stop reading the article I’m on and close the browser entirely. Stop this.

11/21/17
1:06 PM
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My second car was a ‘99 Saturn LS that my parents bought for me (because safety? I donno). It was as reliable as a Hilux- I put about 150,000 miles on mine after getting it with 72,000 and never had a single issue which required a trip to the mechanic. 18 year old me appreciated the rubber body panels- a buddy of mine Read more

11/20/17
2:07 PM
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Yeah, no it would hurt to blow this up to full res. Not a ridiculously awesome wallpaper at all, just a ridiculously awesome car.

10/12/17
1:27 PM
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If you’re keeping track, 52 ounces means you can get two bottles of whiskey (or wine, fancypants) into your Bubba Mug.

If you’re keeping track, 52 ounces means you can get two bottles of whiskey (or wine, fancypants) into your Bubba

10/4/17
6:02 PM
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The first email is hilarious to me. Priced like a high end Camry? The cheapest 2.0L Giulia costs the same as the MOST expensive 3.5L Camry possible, but does NOT come with Navigation, Forward Collision Warning, Pre-braking, adaptive cruise control, a sunroof, and has less cargo space. Also, it only takes a quarter of Read more

10/3/17
2:24 PM
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We literally fought a whole war in this country about whether or not states can secede.

9/29/17
3:03 PM
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Putting my personal politics aside, thanks for this great article. You’ve done a fantastic job of explaining a complicated issue that most folks my age (I’m including myself here) probably weren’t even aware of.