Don’t disagree. Still, doesn’t make the sentences weird.
But then there are also a lot of weird sentences:
A note/rant regarding polarization.
That would make a lot of sense, good clarification.
There’s something very fishy with those numbers. I believe they cap semi-skilled assembly at something like $50k/year.
I saw the gif on the homepage and said, out loud, “’Merica!”, and whoa boy was I surprised to click in to the article.
They knew what they had.
My addled brain read that first paragraph as having a new Boondocks series based on The Heads. It took me a couple of minutes of logic contortions to realize I’m just an idiot, but now it’s something I really want to see happen.
Pictured: Nas next to a Car.
I recently did an evaluation to see if, when the Rivian truck comes out, we could switch to an all-EV house (minus toys). I broke it into Daily, Occasional, Rarely, and Fantasy, in terms of “places and distances I’ll take this thing and don’t want to get stranded.”
I didn’t realize they hired the US president as their social media coordinator?
I only have two turbocharged datapoints, and only one of those I can compare with a naturally-aspirated engine.
It doesn’t look to me like she’s caressing his face, but kinda clawing (?) at it? Weird.
1st: no snark intended, but fuel cell and EV are not mutually exclusive.
Have a friend who left her ID somewhere and had to get on a plane from SD to SFO. Her husband and 2 kids whizzed through, but she did make it after what sounded like a very comprehensive TSA screening.
Reading - it’s not just for breakfast anymore: https://www.uber.com/drive/san-francisco/vehicle-requirements/
Yeah, saw that - not sure if there’s some sort of minimum # of riders required for that rate, though. And if it’s $200/ride, then they are also definitely losing money.
Exactly. Get off a 13 hour flight from Asia, slog your way through customs and TSA, and get into ... someone’s ratted out Matrix? No thanks.
This is remarkably affordable, under the circumstances.