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1/17/20
4:00 PM
37

That shouldn’t be used as a reason to not strive to live a healthier life or be more active. Yes, people should not be shamed if they are overweight but we should also encourage healthy behavior at the same time. Life is much more enjoyable now, and especially as you age, if you maintain a decent level of fitness.

1/12/20
2:19 PM
16

He was also by all accounts a pretty nice guy. I’m portuguese and my facebook feed was flooded with posts about him this morning. His best Dakar anecdote is perhaps the time when he sank into a muddy river right after Cyril Despres and not only did he successfully warn other racers to avoid the mud, he also helped Read more

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1/12/20
11:27 AM
30

Paulo Goncalves is witnessed. He shall ride eternal, shiny and chrome, to the gates of Valhalla.

1/12/20
11:20 AM
45

Gonc was beloved by the Dakar community. Just a few stages ago he swapped out his entire engine, by himself, in the middle of the desert and continued on. A truck dropped off the engine and some tools and he just went to work. Amazing. Today, Red Bull TV, in a very classy move, did not engage in full coverage of the Read more

1/3/20
3:42 PM
156

It’s a comfortable car that can be had with a variety of HP flavors. It doesn’t always have to be about “riding on rails” handling. We’re undoubtedly heading towards an electric self driving future, so enjoy these types of cars while you can. Read more

1/3/20
3:20 PM
174

Why mess with success? It’s a comfortable car that can be had with a variety of HP flavors. It doesn’t always have to be about “riding on rails” handling. We’re undoubtedly heading towards an electric self driving future, so enjoy these types of cars while you can.  Read more

1/3/20
10:27 AM
4

I mean, relatively, sure, but I get 37 miles to the gallon, on average, from my hatchback. SUVs aren’t exactly hitting that mark with ease, unless they start going PHEV.

1/2/20
7:57 PM
4

The fact that the US did not exploit our nuclear advantage when we were the only country who had it is arguably the most amazing break from human nature in history EVER.  Read the new Dan Carlin book - it’ll open your eyes to humanity and this issue.  

1/2/20
5:32 PM
5

Irresponsibility in what way? Are you talking about ending a world-wide war and sparing even more people from death and untold suffering? Read more

1/2/20
4:59 PM
3

I mean, I don’t go exploring in the wilderness armed with only bear spray. I have a shotgun w/ Brenneke Black Magic Magnum 12 GA Slugs.

1/2/20
4:09 PM
7

I think you have been fed a severely distorted brand of history and it causes you to ask questions that are just plain silly to people aware of the real history of the 20th century.

1/2/20
3:14 PM
4

Because the world without the USA having them isn’t a very nice place. Europe has no ability to even attempt to counter Russia or China on its own.

1/2/20
2:24 PM
5

Hrm...no.  The US has actually shown a 75 year track record of not using it’s most powerful weapons.  Does anyone really believe Iran or NK would do the same?

1/2/20
2:19 PM
7

Do you really think other nuclear powers haven’t had similar or worse issues? 

1/2/20
1:39 PM
77

I agree this has everything to do with China. Why isn’t the author answering the main question: With Russia openly defying the treaty why would the US stay in it? On what planet would it make sense to “honor” an agreement that both hurts you and no one else is honoring? 

1/2/20
1:39 PM
21

Bottom line: The U.S. would surely have preferred that Russia stayed within the INF Treaty, but now that it’s gone, it has other strategic threats to worry about. Everything the U.S. does going forward in this space is almost all going to be about China, not Russia. Read more