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gmorristwn
Oct 30
20

If the Democrats grab the WH and both congressional houses, we need to get rid of the Electoral system, plain and simple. Read more

Oct 30
4

And for laid-back cruising music, just about anything by Steely Dan hits the spot for me.  And if it’s dark, “Midnight Rider” by the Allman Bros. works perfectly.

Oct 30
4

This one is pretty easy from a math standpoint. I can guarantee you that the OEM engineers selected an air filter that supports the CFM the engine requires to make maximum power. Changing that filter to something that breathes easier is irrelevant as the engine is still only going to pull the CFM it is capable of. For Read more

Oct 30
3

Weak! I just leave a 30-lb. can of R-134a piped directly into my throttle body. Open the valve and you’re hitting 9's on the 1/4!

Oct 29
44

First thing I did on any of my race bikes was either remove or tape over the speedo.

Oct 29
14

Peak hp gains are one thing. Consistent gains across all engine speeds is something completely different. Sometimes a gain at high revs is offset by a dip at lower revs. Read more

Oct 29
5

And if you watch or read interviews from the folks who make the AI for Forza, the put a shit ton of info and data into making them good. Like, a lot a lot. Now, I’m sure these folks who are trying to make real cars do the same thing are using more advanced systems, but it’s no surprise that they are running into the Read more

Oct 29
12

Whats important to note is that we are a tiny country. There’s just 17 million people living here. So 5.85 million might not be a tremendous amount of money for EA as a whole, but put up against their dutch sales numbers it’s a serious fine. Read more

Oct 28
17

A co-worker and I were traveling to a site, and it was a long day trip there and back. We rented a Grand Prix with the 3.8l V6. I was cruising at about 70 when the co-worker fell asleep, I poked the button to switch it to kmPH, and 70 turned into 113 kmPH and when the co-worker woke up and was slightly disoriented I Read more

Oct 28
3

Um in the wacky new world, everyone seems to be taking everything presented to them as "legit", without any attempt at verification, so I'm glad there's a semblance of "old world" normalcy in this story. 

Oct 28
6

Listen, I get dunking on a studio for a game being buggy or broken or unfinished or whatever. Airing frustrations I get and when people are smart and respectful, can actually be helpful...criticism is fine. Read more

Oct 28
19

The problem with these lunatics is that A.) they have no real world problems, B.) no clue how hard it is to develop a game, and C.) have never faced any consequences for being an asshole.

Oct 28
121

If you are the type of person who thinks a death threat is an appropriate reaction to a delay, you are just a total piece of shit. 

Oct 28
65

When I was quite young, my dad had a Subaru GL-10(?) that had a digital dash (such technology!). He used to take the car up to 62 mph, ask “are you ready to go 100??” and press the button to change units to km/h. I thought it was WILD we were going 100 miles an hour. Like a lightspeed jump! I could feel it, I swear.