Nate with shorter name
Natebirdman
2/16/20
2:36 PM
7

Interestingly, if you look at the schedule back then, many of those races were more like Xfiniti and ARCA races rather than true Cup races. This is why it is so hard to make a true apples to apples comparison with someone like Kyle Busch. Many of those races Petty won had literally NOBODY of record in the field. Thos Read more

2/16/20
10:31 AM
75

This points out the HUGE problem we have with society here in this country right now. For years and years if there were signs that said stay out we stayed out except for a few asshats that would not abide. But now with YouTube and Instagram and a young generation of people that have never been told no this problem has Read more

2/16/20
10:20 AM
32

It won’t wash away. It’s a desert. There is very little rain ever. Marks like these will be around for decades. 

2/16/20
10:14 AM
47

Inconsiderate is one thing, but these assholes do it deliberately. It “triggers the libs” and that is their primary objective. These groups actively set out to find places to cause damage to cause outrage.

2/16/20
9:28 AM
215

Desert sand formations tend to grow very slowly and in areas with very little rain like Death Valley, can be preserved intact for centuries or longer. Though not as spectacular as other natural formations they contain valuable information relevant to fields like geology and climatology because they function as time Read more

2/16/20
9:27 AM
53

Serious answer? At a simple level, it could just be that tracks get left across the pretty scene everyone else hiked hours to see. There’s no rain or anything to make them go away, could be there 20 years. Could be a spot where animals live. Desert is a hard knock life, if you ruin their house they may not get Read more

2/15/20
11:25 AM
23

it’s the Federations United Barometric Acoustic Relay. it’s there to make sure Land Rovers don’t leave low earth orbit for any reason so the space ships don’t start rusting.

2/14/20
10:41 PM
14

I realize that we are ALL about the hot takes but would it hurt to look at the picture you’re posting, before you post it?

2/14/20
10:26 PM
3

In LA? Good luck. Nobody bats an eye at cars like this, they’re too common.

2/14/20
9:15 PM
7

I heard of a crew in LA who would steal a car, strip it, and then have an accomplice buy the hulk at auction. Read more

2/14/20
8:33 PM
6

Yeah if you know the right people and can sell it at the right time in the right place, assuming they even know what they got, it is too valuable for parts. For your average chop shop crew, the right time is now and the right people are whomever they can get to buy right now. They’d get more money if they can store it Read more

2/14/20
2:56 PM
7

And she blew the stop sign. Good thing no one was crossing the street.

2/14/20
2:24 PM
44

Nah. It was put there by the municipality as a traffic-calming measure.

6/6/19
3:45 PM
14

Also keep in mind that the average life cycle of equipment and vehicles in combat situations is measured in hours.  It was all disposable, and most of it was left overseas after the war.

6/6/19
2:49 PM
90

Probably “yes” to all your guesses... but I truly think it is, more than anything, the whole country had a real singular focus on a real and immediate threat.

5/9/19
12:16 PM
4

That was Bikini Atoll, which was inhabited until the U.S. moved everyone away in 1946. Read more

5/8/19
9:16 PM
18

No; Polaris put objects onto suborbital trajectories. What confuses a lot of writers is that orbit is not a place but a trajectory. The apogee of an ICBM’s flight can easily be a thousand miles up, far higher than the ISS, but it’s perigee is under the Earth’s crust which means it’s still gonna come back and hit a Read more