Who could possibly have predicted that one side would fail to uphold a deal after the major other signatory decided to arbitrarily pull out of the deal? It’s uncanny how it happened this way.
2nd Gear: It’s honestly unrelated to this news, but I hate Ajit Pai so fucking much.
Psst! Nobody tell these fucking chicken
shitshawks the U.S. Army measures distance in kilometers and gun caliber in millimeters...
It could be worse, in the UK we use a mishmash of different measurements so all speed limits are in mph and stuff like baking is in metric.
If you welch on a deal (quelle surprise, I know), I don’t know why you’d expect the other side to stick with it.
Another shitty decision by Trump begins to bear its black fruit.
Nice try, Boris.
It’s literally the first result when you Google “Bob Lutz Ethanol”....
Justin, your attitude is showing: “We’ve reported on the Model 3's issues with panel gaps plenty of times in the past, so it’s only right to acknowledge when game recognizes game and a good example of Tesla craftsmanship makes it out of Fremont.” That is your assumption that the panel gaps are the norm, and the model…
Recess is over, back to social studies, Timmy.
1st Gear: When will GM learn that ugly vehicles with ugly interiors don’t sell?
The Silverado is not selling because that face is truly appalling in person. It’s neither masculine nor graceful. It looked like a failed styling exercise that somehow got the green light. I also think the uncertainty of gas prices in the US deems the introduction of the new Silverado a very bad timing.
1st gear: The truck will sell well if wasn’t designed by the Mooninites and the Plutonians from Spacecataz.
We might start to hear about EV Hummer owners blocking fuel pumps while putting their high-beams on.
It only matters for those monthly cross-country road trips that everyone poo-poo’ing on EVs seems to take.
Does this mean we could, feasibly, be hearing about instances of old H2 owners ICEing new EV Hummer owners in the future?
Back in 2004, when blogs were still a thing that people did, I had a blog. One night I wrote a long-ish entry on why I thought Rodney Dangerfield was the only modern comedian on par with Chaplin and Keaton. When I finished writing it, for the hell of it I went to Rodney’s web site and sent him a link to the post. (To…