James, is that you?
Am I the only one that felt like this race was nothing short of an unmitigated disaster?
Am I alone in thinking that the current led lights on public safety vehicles are also dangerous? Any time I come up on a traffic stop or anything else at night I’m flat blinded.
Would excessive speeding like this be reduced if all speed limits were based on some sort of scientifically-based actual safe traveling speed, rather than having areas of arbitrary reduced limits, seemingly for no reason other than revenue generation? Read more
I definitely don’t have a Batman license plate and totally didn’t just sign up today for Waze. Nope definitely not.
We have a local drive-in theater that does first-run movies, a full snack bar/restaurant, and a setup just like the one you’re complaining about. It’s the best deal in town. For 30 bucks we get the family in with all the food and drink we can handle, see two or three movies at the volume we want to hear it at, we have… Read more
The problem is they both destroyed the taxi industry and really stifled public transport plans for a lot of cities they came into. If they are gone it is going to leave a lot of people stranded. Read more
Correct headline: idling in traffic with your windows down in developing countries with minimal pollution controls increases your exposure to pollution (which may or may not be a meaningful increase that has health outcomes because we didn’t test that).
Quick! Go wash your phone in warm salt water to remove those pesky bugs!!!
If you buy a thing that relies on cloud services to function...
Don’t be surprised when those cloud services either start charging you money or disappear.
One is plenty:
The Wrangler is a license for FCA (excuse me, Stellantis) to print money. There’s a waiting list for used ones. It’s the 4 wheel counterpart to a Harley, a cosplaymobile (for most buyers, let’s be honest). The accessories the parts dept. can sell are more profitable than the whole Fiat lineup. Read more
Until I read the whole article, I thought “doomscrolling” referred to when you’re reading an article on Lifehacker, and instead of being able to continue reading, an annoying fucking video ends up sticking to the top of your screen, blocking half of the article. Seriously, please turn that shit off.
Geez... if they thought Sales were in a slump before, wait until they see the numbers from the quarter where they didn’t offer anything for sale.
Still pissed about Roxy. That was some b.s.