JeffFurbs
jefffurbs
11/12/19
12:15 PM
6

If you claim something is a lie, you should back it up with facts. All I see is bull feces.

11/12/19
11:37 AM
4

Ok, but for people with jobs that aren’t like schools that have delays or cancellations (except for large storms), that’s not a viable strategy.  Which is most people...

11/12/19
11:36 AM
1

Well they have LESS grip when it’s warm out than summer tires. So that’s 50% of your driving time right there... Read more

11/12/19
11:18 AM
4

You need to brush up on your Tire tech. Winter tires nowadays from Tier 1 brands use interlocking tread blocks. These are 3D cut sipes that resiste flex in braking and cornering, while still opening during normal driving.

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11/12/19
10:51 AM
60

You are wrong. All seasons are bad at every season. Winter tires keep you safe when the temps drop below freezing. Its not just the tread pattern or depth but the compound used in winter tires. Read more

11/12/19
10:48 AM
80

this is a poor take. I mean if youre living in a city and not going anywhere in the winter, sure, i guess? I go to the mountains regularly and on forest roads and whatnot and snows >> all seasons in a big way. Read more

11/6/19
12:06 PM
13

I don’t see anything on the changelog, and I don’t see any reason to trust a private equity firm not to do us dirty, but...we might be out of the weeds. Here’s what I got as a response from the Kinja help desk last night:
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11/6/19
12:05 PM
12

I really wish he’d set up some type of machine to test this instead of “I can bend this with my hands slightly easier than I could bend that other one with my hands.” Read more

11/4/19
11:12 AM
10

Jim Spanfeller is such a shite boss I’m surprised he isn’t the England manager...

11/4/19
10:59 AM
14

But without this feature, I would have been unaware of what a giant herb Spanfeller is. And that information is frankly invaluable.