Kristen, you have a typo.
Oh, sure, you could do it the right way.
Nope. Wrong on all counts.
lolol and you actually believe that’s hard? Or even true?
The fob doesn’t send the codes. If it did, the battery would last months at most. The fob only keeps clock against a permanent, fixed seed.
What they left out is that if they’re being responsible?
Do you really want McDonald’s take on Poutine?
If they do not bring Sweet Potato Fries with dipping mayonnaise to EVERY MCDONALD’S IMMEDIATELY then I will have no choice but to replace the standard offering fries in every franchise by force.
Trust me - leased-lines are a relic and every major bank is getting away from them if they haven’t already canned them. Partly because AT&T is extremely aggressive in their efforts to discontinue anything they can’t shove onto their shittastic IP core.
POTS hasn’t been routed over a resilient protocol or network since the mid-’00's. AT&T decided to cut costs they would nuke SS7 and 5ESS and instead migrate the entirety of the switching network to VoIP over existing fiber.
It’s much, much worse than that.
Which is not fine, but less risky at Talladega. It’s a much, much wider track. And NASCAR has forcibly slowed the speeds at Talladega since 1987.
Those get into the space issue you inferred as well as the cost issues. It’s cheaper - and more reliable - to spend extra time and resources on making sure the track is safe (as long as the driver isn’t Captain Jackass.) That’s why you don’t hear about major injuries in these events almost ever. They spend a lot of…
Yeah, the GP is the stablemate of the Regal. The OE hubs would fail with obnoxious regularity, due to poor sealing. I used modified Moog 513203's. Other than that (and Pontiac build quality which wishes it had reached the dizzying height of ‘merely abysmal’) those cars just don’t break.
Same way I know that they won’t code on a bad injector until the knock sensor starts screaming, I’m sure.
Okay, I’ll take your dumb ass on.