No idea what you’re talking about
Here’s a scenario. Imagine it’s your first week starting a new job. That job is to shoot and produce video. Now imagine that the editors and writers have given you this great idea for a video shoot and the Fiat is going to be the picture car we use in said imagination video.
Now imagine getting a phone call 1 day…
“You can have any brew you want... as long as it’s a Patrón.”
Gotta hand it to him, a drive is in arm’s reach. It’s not too much of a stretch that he can make it. He just needs to grab it. Palmer needs to hold on tight if he is to keep his seat. Kubica isn’t the type to let something slip through his fingers.
We have to give this man a hand
Why is this so hard to understand?
Cue the “libertarian” apologists, 99.99% of which are not and never will be any sort of “rich,” to whine about “They don’t use it, so why should they have to paaaaay for it.”
Don’t expect me to feel sorry for the rich getting taxed to benefit a greater good. It’s an idea that this country should get behind all along.
It’s easy to get lost in the appeal of a convertible. The wind in your hair, the openness of the experience and the smell of the fresh air are all tantalizing possibilities when you put the top down. Of course, it’s not always all sunshine and smiles.
It was envisioned as essentially the mother of all cruise missiles. I’m pretty sure it wasn’t meant to be remotely controlled (that would rely on too much infrastructure) but instead fly on an internal autopilot. This was close to being within our capabilities at the time.
Air comes in the front, is heated by the nuclear reactor, and is spit out the back. The thermal difference is what provides propulsion.
The speed of a nuclear blast wave is slower (albeit not much) than mach 1, so a mach 3 missile could slow down by half and still outrun any relevant effects of the bombs it drops. As long as you EMP-harden it, you should be fine.
If you were to take the collective nuclear anxiety of the world during the height of the Cold War and somehow transfigure that into cold, hard engineering, you’d probably end up with something like this: the supersonic, low-altitude missile known as ‘The Flying Crowbar.’
Even the power companies want nothing to do with coal
Market research studies are always hilarious, because they’re generally at the whim of whatever the marketing people want to get out of it. The “would you pay more for this?” question is my favorite, because it leaves the option of “fuck no, I want to pay the same”. One way to get around this is to baseline with a…
Here I was hoping they were gonna buy some weird old Ilyushin aircraft to save money.
Next Trump tweet:
Don’t take life so seriously, we never get out alive! You guys make my day palatable. 12 hour days at a car dealership would be pure hell if not for the hijinks and fantastic malarkey of Jaloping I’d never make it through!