RenegadeAzzy
Azzy
RenegadeAzzy
Mar 30 2020
7

I’ve never received an email from a Nissan Versa owner whose car had been pilfered. Read more

Mar 30 2020
96

They don’t run... One way to keep thieves from driving off with them.

Dec 3 2019
2

they’ve had the license for 70+ years. why do they need to re-address it?

Dec 3 2019
3

I don’t disagree. However, they both appear to have some sort of claim to the design so Mahindra probably didn’t feel they were infringing. I just think the IP of the issue is in a very gray area and that both companies could benefit if they just worked together. Read more

Dec 3 2019
38

The facts are leaning on Mahindra’s side that they don’t need a license from FCA to build it. The ‘just pay FCA some money and the trouble goes away’ sounds a lot like extortion. Read more

Oct 6 2019
202

This “side loaded brakes” thing makes literally zero sense. In order for it to flex enough to cause THAT much drag the wheel bearing and hub would have had to been broken or this would happen anytime anybody gets a little sideways because the dyno is not “forcing” it to track straight any more than a road would be Read more

Sep 6 2019
21

This absolutely will not work for rural newspapers, and in fact would most likely kill them. Newspapers like the Sacramento Bee would likely survive, but newspapers like my local one would completely die out. That’s because the vast majority of subscribers to that paper do not use the online option, either because Read more

Sep 6 2019
51

The same applies to being a Lyft and Uber driver. You can start and stop driving whenever you want. You will not get as much money, but then again, it was never designed as a full time job. 

Sep 6 2019
22

The difference is clear here. If you are a freelance writer, you’re free to write for any publication that is seeking content. You can write about what you want to write about, and you control your work environment completely. So, contractor.

Sep 1 2019
3

Ok, so about a decade ago I used an 80L garbage can strapped to the back of a golf cart to transfer heating oil (low grade diesel). Fuel truck couldn’t get in due to unseasonable snowfall. Read more

Sep 1 2019
2

If they ran out of gas at $3/gallon, and you NEEDED the gas; you would have gladly paid $3.01/gallon for it. And someone else would have paid $3.02 and so on. If the supply (of anything) disappears and the demand stays the same (or increases) the price WILL drastically increase.

Sep 1 2019
47

I wonder if they checked to see how many of those leftover 2018s are carryover Wrangler JKs, since Jeep was building both JK and JL Wranglers and Wrangler Unlimiteds for the 2018 model year. Read more

Sep 1 2019
19

Many gas stations are privately owned franchises. If there was gouging, it was done by the small business owners that own the gas station, not the “CEO of the gas company.” 

Aug 31 2019
24

I transport fuel in unapproved containers all the time. No one has ever stopped me.

Aug 30 2019
25

if you pay someone to do a task eventually someone is going to realize that person is your employee Read more

Aug 29 2019
22

The Manhattan Project wasn’t a weapon of mass destruction, it produced a weapon of mass destruction along with all other things nuclear.

Aug 29 2019
58

This is a little bit beyond the pale (see what I did there?). Sounds like they kind of painted themselves into a creative corner with the brewery name there. From square one. Read more

Aug 29 2019
18

Wasn’t the iconic two piece woman bathing suit named after the atoll as well? Curious if they feel that is an insult as well...