bikertool1
bikertool1
7/26/14
9:08 AM
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I am not a phone or tech guy. I want something that works and doesn't give me trouble. Father of three, work from home job with a VOIP international phone line - I use their app to make calls through my smartphone. Anyway, I have the Moto X, and I absolutely love it. I love Google Assist - it speaks to me when I'm Read more

7/10/14
8:21 PM
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Glad to hear the ergonomics of your Probe were perfect for you. We should all be so lucky.

6/17/14
8:18 PM
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I learned how to drive stick on three different vehicles - first, a Ford Courier, probably around 1985 (when I was 14), in a horse paddock, with my only instruction coming from my equally young friends. Then, my Dad's 1987 Honda Prelude (in '87) and a late 70's CJ-7 that belonged to my town's volunteer rescue squad Read more

4/4/14
12:23 PM
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I wish my Odyssey had the interior of the Element, not sure why it isn't offered that way.

4/4/14
11:28 AM
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Another reason to use the parking brake, at least on a manual, is to prevent further damage from a car fire. If a parked car catches on fire, or if you pull over because your engine is on fire, there is a very good chance that at some point during the fire the wires will fuse together and the starter will start Read more

4/3/14
6:47 AM
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I think I could do that myself. "Kids, get the mirror, and my Leatherman!" I've had sciatica on and off for 23 years (since I was 20). It sucks, but surgery terrifies me. I used to have a chiropractor who I loved but I moved away and haven't found a good one yet. Just please get a second, third, fourth and fifth Read more

4/2/14
7:27 PM
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So you're saying I should have faith in my anger issues?

4/2/14
4:46 PM
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I'm assuming the correct response is to hand your vehicle over and walk away, but I would really feel obligated to run that bastard over.

3/28/14
5:52 PM
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It doesn't seem like anyone else has mentioned this, but that "bolt" looks like one of those plastic fasteners that help hold all the black plastic pieces together. I would surmise that this one came from said black plastic stuff under the front bumper cover.

3/24/14
6:53 PM
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My uncle is a "famous" economist. I put famous in quotes because I'm sure most people couldn't care less, but I assume he's loaded. My uncle loves Jaguars, so a few years ago my aunt bought him a brand new one for his birthday (along with a vanity plate to let everyone know whose Jag it was). He is a very modest Read more

3/24/14
4:34 PM
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So I'm in an area where I see a lot of people "driving beyond their means." I just made that phrase up, but it's something that drives me batty. Part of me is jealous (since I'm in the Accord), but mostly it's a curiosity - what is this person going to do when "X" $5,000 part breaks on that Mercedes/BMW/Audi? My Read more

3/18/14
3:53 PM
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Based on all the Saguaros down below, that would make sense.

3/18/14
1:28 PM
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I think it all just happened too quickly for autorotation to be considered, but I wasn't there, so we'll just have to wait and see!

3/18/14
12:37 PM
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My first thought with that quote is that there was an engine failure - perhaps the pilot was pulling up on the collective (to increase pitch on the rotors) but wasn't getting the increased power from the engine to go with it.

3/16/14
7:30 PM
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And next year you will find out you're having triplets! Sorry.

3/16/14
5:35 PM
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Yes, Mum. I know I'm coming off as careless, so to lessen your concerns I'll just let you know I have a fire extinguisher and a carbide-tipped window breaker within the Ody, and I'm an EMT with firefighting training. We'll be o.k. Thanks for your concern!

3/16/14
5:32 PM
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My traction control won't shut off. I'm assuming it's something simple like a fuse, but I just haven't gotten around to checking for the last two years or so.

3/16/14
5:06 PM
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Probably, but I would love to have an excuse to get a new car, so I might have to risk a little fiery death...