Literally, any time someone talks about Winnipeg, this is the first thing that comes to mind.
Somewhere in my storage boxes of old camera gear and electronics, I have a beautiful Minolta SRT-101 with 3 lenses and a small stack of filters. My dad bought it new around 1970, used it a few dozen times, then left it in his closet for decades. He gave it to me around 2002 when I took my first photography class in…
You’re right about the “one bad egg” part, no doubt. There’s always going to be the occasional employee that does stuff like this. It’s unavoidable.
I heard the same thing. It’s insane to even think about how much land that is.
Dealing with the same up north. There’s an 18,000 acre fire just east of Chico, and the heavy winds are blowing all the ash and smoke all over the Sacramento valley. Blech.
This is pretty much why FHP had their fleet of 4th gen Camaro pursuit cars taken away from them. They kept parking in tall grass which resulted in several fires.
I miss my SVX. :(
Neat cars. Most Nismo versions are automatic. That makes me sad.
It says “Evening Drive”, but you’re clearly in park and the engine is cold. Fake news!
I still like selling things on Craigslist because of the sheer amusement of some trade offers that I receive. Is the FB Marketplace similar in that regard?
As I recall, it was the guy in the picture who owed some back DMV fees that he had been fighting for years (and had built up some extra late penalties along the way). He finally conceded in paying them, but did so with pennies.
I was about to say I saw one just like this at my work (at an airport). But we’re clearly talking about two very different airports.
From just a few cursory searches over the years, I feel like a disproportionate number of these came with an automatic transmission.
Stop E (Utah), puts you right near I-80. Why not cut across, as 80 takes you just north of Lake Tahoe? If our winter ever picks up, there’s some decent spots. I might even feel so inclined to join you for a day (and I know there are at least one or two other Oppos that frequent Tahoe).
Go for the full 3% they’ll match if you can afford to do so. If not, contribute at least some if feasible, then scale up when your other expenses allow you to do so.
So, this got me thinking...What would it be like to pull $18,000 out of your own ass?
Feeling your pain, I once had an employee that voted in every election, but with zero knowledge of the candidates or measures on the ballots. They voted entirely based on which candidate’s name they liked more, or whether they thought the measure had a “positive” letter or number assigned to it.
I look forward to seeing everyone in town wear Kings gear for another 2-3 weeks, then return to their bandwagon Warriors gear shortly thereafter.
That Hurricane Michael reference...just...wow.
The unabomber voted Democrat, preferring Clinton over Obama, yet voted for Obama.