Kerberos824
Kerberos824
Kerberos824
Sep 17
20

Its unreasonable to suggest that someone can learn to drive a manual, well enough in a couple hours, to drive in traffic. Maybe some people can pick it up that quickly - but a lot of people can’t. And there’s nothing wrong with that. I think putting that kind of thinking out there is only going to make someone trying Read more

Sep 16
326

“Friends say this move has turned into a nightmare,” the source says. “This is the toughest period they’ve had so far without a No Doubt.”
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Sep 15
1

That’s true as well. Baby steps.

Sep 11
1

I wrote the %200 below the poverty level as an error. You can’t be %200 below poverty level. I think they meant to indicate 200% of poverty level because the U.S. Measurement for poverty level is fairly insane and does not match at all what is required to live in event he cheapest areas of the country.
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Sep 10
54

Is there any way you could possibly get that pop-up about the newsletter to appear more frequently?    I love seeing it.

Sep 9
2

Yeaaaap. I can relate. That sounds exactly like something I would do.

Sep 9
53

I’m with you, as another person whose repairs sometimes turn into a way bigger deal than they should be, because I was impatient.

Sep 7
1

I don’t know if I would say the rich are gonna win in the mass death events. If you live your entire life having everything done for you - once the staff starts to die or run, they may well finally be well and truly screwed. You can’t eat money. The folks that can adapt and dig in are gonna make it, at least a chunk. Read more

Sep 4
1

I always said if we lasted this long, what can stop us?

Sep 4
40

Why should he have to pay for any of that because the idiots who run this town can’t either (a) recognize obvious satire and (b) are unable to appropriately prioritize and allocate public resources?

Sep 1
74

God. A car I don’t want, painted up in tribute to a band I don’t like, being offered for a price I’d never pay. Read more

Aug 29
5

The FIA didn’t neuter their engine, it made them STOP FUCKING CHEATING. 

Aug 28
1

Well, that’s pretty hilarious. I talk about my Galaxies like they’re rescue dogs (“it’s the S8, Active... it’s a great companion, was easy to train, doesn’t eat too much battery and even does a few tricks!”), but in reality they’re good pieces of gear overall and lots of folks have them. Read more

Aug 27
44

There’s just a bit of bias in this story, although the point is valid. There is nothing unjust in one homeowner having the ability to put in a storm barrier and another not. That barrier is cool tech, and should be a story on its own here. Particularly since it does less damage than sandbags, is reusable, easy to move Read more

Aug 27
1

Yes Man! The rollerball interface and the tactile keys were awesome, and I miss those features immensely. My last BB was the Torch, lots of gratifying gagetry with the slide function, but it did not live long in my lunchbox mitts. Read more

Aug 27
1

The concept behind them was cool. Prior to the Razrs I had the Motorolla v60i and felt that the Razr fixed everything wrong with the V60 and offered a camera, which my GF at the time was good at using for selfies of her boobs. Simpler times my guy. Read more

Aug 27
3

Oh, Motorola Razr...  I went through three of those things in the mid 00's before I realized they weren’t ready for the abuse.  I kept wearing out the #6 button because it got mashed for “m, n, o” when texting.  

Aug 27
39

I still use a paper notepad to take notes on client calls and the like. I would use something like this is it were maybe $50 and a replacement stylus were $3.

Aug 26
37

Rein, not reign. To “give free rein” means literally “slack off on the reins and let the horse choose the pace and path.” To reign (see also regal, regnal, regnant) is to hold the monarchical position in a nation (or group or organization). For good or ill, Wikipedia is definitely not a monarchy.