drewdraws2
drewdraws2
11/3/18
11:09 AM
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I have a last-gen iPad Pro 12.9 and I’ve now managed to (nearly) completely switch over from “desktop with Wacom” to iPad workflow. Affinity Designer finally made vector art viable on iOS and the sketching’s always been superior to Wacom Cintiqs (which cost more than an iPad with inferior functionality). The new iPad

11/1/17
5:54 AM
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I think the use of antiquated terminology is the real question here. A search of my iPhone for “restaurant” returns only 37 matches, while the inexplicable term “Gin Mills” (literally, I had no idea what it was until I looked it up) returns 168.

Google photos, on the other hand, returns the expected (if somewhat

10/5/17
7:00 AM
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From the original article description it sounds like he was indeed inside the KFC eating his dinner, and that the line to order took about 15 minutes (and again for the kids to get ice cream after they’d eaten their fried chicken). The way Ryan wrote this is incredibly misleading compared to the original Sun article,

8/8/17
8:30 AM
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You seem a bit confused. The matte black hood/trunk was the classic Abarth Rally livery from the original 124. The new “Fiata” is FCA desperately trying to make you think of this car, not the other way around.

1/23/17
10:30 AM
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The fact is Beavis and Butthead was a critique of the very society Sagan associated with the show. Mike Judge has spent the past 20 years trying to warn us all, but we were too busy laughing at the fart jokes to notice.

2/20/16
4:56 AM
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Absolutely true, but it’s not truly a flat top nor a flat back, so a small spoiler and slight concavity at the extremities should be enough to make it more aero efficient than the steeply raked rear screen.

2/19/16
5:53 AM
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Theoretically the flat back should be more aero efficient, similar to a Kamm tail/chopped rear of the Honda Insight. In fact, it probably wouldn’t need such a big spoiler on a vertical tail (although it looks pretty great on the render).

2/18/16
3:05 PM
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We’ve met Jason, and I love, not like, the CVT in my Mercedes A-Class (old kind). It’s got a bit of lag, but then it pulls like a motherfucker straight to optimal revs and stays there until I don’t need them anymore. Around town, smooth as silk, on the highway, calm until I say “go”. I’m old school, but a good CVT

1/26/16
10:11 AM
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I think he’s wrong. The world is full of idiots, Twitter is simply the best way to find them. So you could consider it a sort of internet early-warning device. Some might say like a canary in a mine…

11/16/15
7:51 AM
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I’ve long wondered that as well. Paracetamol does virtually nothing for a migraine/hangover headache while Ibuprofen knocks it out within the hour. Is there a body chemistry/metabolism thing that makes one so much more effective for some people than the other?

9/18/15
5:08 AM
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Best Use of Sex Toys to Advertise Tax Services?
This wheelbarrow full of dildos from mileage logging app Vimcar.

9/15/15
6:27 PM
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The show floor was brutally hot today all around, and I counted 4 ambulances just while I was walking between the halls. That’s a lot of folks needing medical attention for a day of auto show coverage, much less CEOing a major automaker.

7/28/15
11:00 AM
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Hyundai actually showed this slide-out extender in the original presentation of the Santa Cruz. I don’t know if they’ll put it into production, but they certainly understand that the ability to extend the bed is potentially important for success.

7/28/15
5:53 AM
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Nice try, but it’s a 47 minute train ride from Liverpool Street to Stansted on the Stansted Express (per their website, as well as personal experience) and similar from Gatwick, Luton, and Heathrow. Takes an hour to drive as well.

6/4/15
9:21 AM
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No argument from me there, just trying to say that Tavarish’s argument that the Korean way is better is completely and utterly wrong for the Dutch scenario. That said, with space in general at such a premium here, “wasted” horizontal space is much harder to find, with very few covered parking lots (or parking lots at

6/3/15
4:16 AM
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The Korean one is interesting but totally irrelevant for Dutch bike paths. Nobody wants giant solar panels obscuring the view out their front windows and across every green space in the country (where bike paths here usually are located). Sure, on a highway, that’s fine, but Dutch bike paths are not near/next to

4/15/15
3:10 AM
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I have an Alfa Romeo 159 Sportwagon with a Selespeed transmission and it’s largely the same story. On the highway it performs very well. Fast, near seamless shifts.

3/31/15
3:44 PM
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All well said, but I don’t think Lincoln will have the 20 years Cadillac did. If this doesn’t work, I’d be willing to bet they close shop. Also, they’ve had a long time to figure this out, no excuse for this to be half-baked!

3/31/15
3:10 AM
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Well, as an American car designer living in Europe, I can understand where you're coming from, but I find this to be a bland Chinese-targeted meh-mobile (once the ridiculous chrome is removed). It doesn't have any of the sense of occasion of a classic Lincoln, and also seems to have tossed most brand heritage out the