Wing windows on my ‘66 Beetle that rotate well over 90° and move air through the cabin like I had a high-bypass turbofan strapped to my door.
Not sure if it qualifies as dirt cheap, but my ForTwo has one item, and only one, that I’ve always thought was a luxury item - rain sensing wipers. I flippin’ love it so much. I’ve always thought the idea was silly because I couldn’t imagine it could ever work very well, but I was so wrong. It works phenomenally well… Read more
I’m thinking a week (flight time + prep) isn’t too long to be on a liquid diet. Avoid the issue altogether.
That’s the only one I’ve heard that makes any sense to me, but it doesn’t really make sense to me. I don’t understand how it is an advantage to have them sit in a hot pot for 3 hrs instead of 6 hrs if getting down to that 3 hrs means they have to sit in a cold pot for 12hr prior to the 3, which also means I have to… Read more
Haven’t checked out the list yet. Just wanted to say this is one of the rare headlines I know is going to lead to the accursed slideshow but I’m genuinely kinda excited about anyway.
Conway did Life better.
This is exactly what I was thinking. Most of the companies I’ve ever worked for would have trouble coming up with records for job applicants 10 years ago, never mind half a century ago. I’m more dubious of anybody claiming they can say with any certainty that one phone call on one day that long ago definitely didn’t… Read more
Reminds me of the Tree Brain. From the saga of said wonder:
No? Can’t see it? How about
It seems to me that if this storm did tens of billions in damage and wreaked havoc to infrastructure then is seems a little unreasonable to “blame” and call for putting them in the “line of fire” when a company with the exposure of AT&T (by virtue of the vastness of their own infrastructure) gets hit the same as… Read more
Kinda looks like David Tracy of Jalopnik fame.
Prolly left some Snickers bar wrappers in there.