UncleWalty
UncleWalty
Aug 7
266

Fuck Trump and his MAGAssholes. May they find connecting rods poking through their stupid blocks.

Aug 6
8

Apple is denying consumers their customers Cloud Gaming, for everyone else, we can have our Cloud Gaming if we want to. If you buy an iPhone/iPad you should expect this by now.

Aug 5
9

If you actually read the entire AP article you linked to, you would see the city of Sturgis had very little power to stop the rally.

Aug 5
45

They can all get fucked too. 2020 can get fucked. These bikers can get fucked.

Jul 28
4

We used to have a dedicated military writer good writers. We no longer have a dedicated military writer good writers. (except Torch and Tracy, I pray these two don’t leave)

Jul 27
4

Foxtrot Alpha was a somewhat short lived vertical (sub-blog) that Jalopnik had when the Gawker blogs were exploding with them. Deadspin had Adequate Man, Gawker had Valleywag, etc. Read more

Jul 25
8

I didn’t go to my class reunion because they wanted everyone to pay $150 to go to a place called “the cornhole”

Jul 25
33

I know these stories are usually fraught with weirdness..but I went to a wonderful co-ed boarding school in the sixties and early 70's.

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Jul 23
12

The ride he had up to the point of that high side was all the proof you need that he has a level of focus and determination far beyond we mere mortals. I fully expected to see him back on the bike this weekend if at all possible. With a shortened season, starting the season with two races and zero points leaves Read more

Jul 22
2

Just because VW doesn’t intend to make this vehicle available to a country that is, collectively, populated by unsophisticated mouthbreathers doesn’t mean they’re ramming crossovers down our throats.
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Jul 22
2

Altezzas, Spinners, 25” wheels on donks, Truck Nutz, Greddy exhausts on stock civics, modifications for rolling coal, stanced setups; the list goes on.  At least they have a purpose (which is for dust, not pretending to be a submarine).

Jul 20
22

I used to use Yahoo and AltaVista, but there was a phase when my favorite was Ask Jeeves. There was something novel about asking a question in natural language to a remote computer instead of looking up a simple word. Ask Jeeves did that way before digital assistants came to phones and home devices.