GLiddy
GLiddy
11/26/19
7:28 PM
116

The United States leads the world in the reduction of carbon emissions. The United States could go to zero emissions tomorrow, and it won’t do dick, as China and other large emitters are increasing their emissions with no end in sight.
That’s not to say we can’t continue on our downward trend, but this constant Read more

11/5/19
10:26 PM
3

Fair concern. Things are a bit different from normal in the picture The plugged in wire from the wall is generally in a sling that allows the door to open and close without the possibility of pitching the line. Read more

11/2/19
9:34 PM
3

It’s a tank. I would venture that very few (if any) openers sold today would still be in reliable service in 40 years!

10/21/19
10:48 AM
1

Oh man, that’s basically my nightmare when I’m at the ferries. I’ve cut it really close with going to the bathroom before cars started to load, but I’ve luckily not been that close. Yesterday there were two cars that wouldn’t start once we got back to Vancouver, which is the other thing I don’t want to happen to me on Read more

10/5/19
11:35 PM
1

And they kick part of it back to the customer to keep them liking it all. But they pay for it anyhow...

10/2/19
11:22 PM
1

Ugh. I hated circuits classes for exactly that reason. Imaginary components of currents I never got. Hook a multi meter up, what does it say? 5 amps? Or 5 +j amps?

10/1/19
3:26 PM
3

“due to unforeseen events, there will be no beverage service on this flight”

10/1/19
1:16 PM
4

I’ve done the same after a particularly bumpy flight.

10/1/19
12:07 PM
151

I don’t recall being called a hero when I crashed a company vehicle into another company vehicle. 

9/18/19
11:58 PM
1

We test drove a new Pathfinder in 2014 before we decided on a used 2012 Pilot. There was really no comparison, the Pilot was better inside and out - one of the main reasons being the boxier styling. As your picture shows even Honda isn’t immune to the current focus group styling it seems. We have the 4x4 touring, it’s Read more

9/5/19
8:54 AM
14

Using the word comet next to what is quite clearly a galaxy? It seems the automotive marketeers have been bastardizing the meaning of words for far longer than I realized. I expect better of a company named Mercury.