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4/8/14
10:02 PM
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Has access to a helicopter, drives an E90. Makes sense.

4/3/14
6:46 PM
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There = Over there.
They're = They are.
Their = Belonging to them.

You're = You are.
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3/20/14
2:13 PM
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It absolutely is, and I am not an expert in any way at all ever. Time will tell.

3/20/14
2:11 PM
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I took those screen caps a few days ago. It seems they may have been deleted.

Actually, the name similar to the co-pilot is still listed but will be removed soon.

3/19/14
12:38 AM
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Assuming the plane was intentionally diverted, wouldn't running on one engine almost half the amount of fuel used? And a 777 with a half load of fuel on one engine would fly right around 29,500ft, as mentioned in a few articles.

3/18/14
11:51 PM
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This is one of the greatest things on the internet. Ever.

3/18/14
12:01 AM
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Any E34 love on oppo? 228k and counting.

3/17/14
1:12 AM
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Am I the only one who feels like there was probably enough material for a third hour? I wanted to see more bridge cock-ups, struggling over the mountains, and the general buffoonery that is typical of these specials. I also wanted to know what caused the delaying of the special. There was supposed to have been a Read more

3/14/14
6:05 PM
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GM can't be sued civilly? Was that a part of the contract for the government loans? Absolving them of all responsibility for anything that may happen? Does that not also imply that the government itself should be immune from civil lawsuits? Read more

3/14/14
5:53 PM
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As a New Yorker, hater of New Jersey, and a Tesla stock owner, WE DON'T NEED TO SELL NO STINKIN CARS IN JERSEY.

3/14/14
5:24 PM
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$50-60k is too much for a body on frame car using a 20 year old Ford engine and a 4?!? speed automatic? That's the old Mustang GT power-train. Looking at pictures of the interior, it doesn't seem to be more than regular Ford grade plastic and the old version of their radio/hvac stack, maybe from the old Escape? Read more

3/2/14
4:21 PM
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What is this? A plane for ants?

3/1/14
11:19 PM
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Is such a thing even possible?

3/1/14
10:40 PM
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SIR!!!!1 SIRRRRR!!!!!!!!!!STOP NO SIIIIIIIiiiiiiiiiiiIIIIIIIIIIIRRRRRRRR!

2/23/14
9:43 PM
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My favorite part was 1982's use of an "in car camera machine."

2/23/14
9:09 PM
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I too have seen Denver's Bugatti.

2/22/14
1:21 AM
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It could possibly pick up radio beacons used for air traffic to triangulate a position and generally point you in the right direction towards a destination. It wouldn't be the best system, but it's possible with the technology available back then.