millenialharley
millenialharley
millenialharley
Sep 10
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I feel that most people have a waning taste for sweet things as we age. like how a lot of sugary drinks are just staggering for me to taste anymore, and I’m not even old

Sep 10
1

the commenter specifically asked for an explanation you walnut. you know what makes jokes funnier? not explaining them when asked and then pretending the exclusivity has any value whatsoever

Sep 9
18

stouts are a type of beer. hops are a flower that add bitterness (and other less pronounced flavors) to beer, and beer nerds like to joke that too many brewers add too much hops to beer. see also: hatred for all the IPA hipsters, where IPAs are known for being way too hoppy

Sep 9
26

there are rules on exposed tire width in certain jurisdictions, and aero issues, too. just take them off if you don’t like them, but ford wants to add more width for stability and still sell in 50 states.

Sep 1
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...f...fortyfive up a hill? Are you towing a mac truck?? And 65 on the flat, how many states is that the speed limit on the highway?

Sep 1
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How is 216F anywhere close to overheating? GM trucks’ manuals state that running at 210F is normal, and running up to 230 during high load is normal. Overheating is at 250F for any length of time. I’ve only had overheating problems on my truck when towing over kentucky and tennessee hills, and it just meant driving 55 Read more

Aug 31
2

this is the worst take I’ve ever heard, and I still click on Shilling’s articles 

Aug 21
4

He’s not living alone, he’s with his wife. Also, 24/7 caretaking is expensive as shit. A lot of people believe that if you remove a person with dementia from their home, you’re going to disorient them and remove a source of solace, and it can feel kind of cruel. For those reasons, this couple lives alone. It does, Read more

Aug 21
1

oh god the random tissues everywhere. I haaaated having to clean out old purses so they could be put away flat. yucgghhkkk, used tissues squirreled away. 

Aug 21
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To be clear, the cabs and beds are very swiss cheesed most of the time, because illinois, but I’ve got my eye on this niiiice k20 that supposedly runs when parked

Aug 20
2

My grandmother was diabetic and had dementia. Hiding things was paramount, and I was never sure which were kept more secure: the keys or the random candies.

Aug 20
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Each person with dementia is different. They all have daily paths and patterns that they go down, and the caretaker has to pick the best approach to handle it - the lesser evil. It sounds like the person in the story has a common path of ‘hey, I want to go for a drive’ and that the caretakers have had a difficult, Read more

Aug 20
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It’s not practical on the new laptop-sized screen vehicles, like the new Ram’s 12" screen. On Tundras, it’s still applicable. The best way I’ve found is to check Crutchfield. It could be that they’re aren’t good options yet for the new Ram, but we’ll see. Often, you have to wait for someone to make and sell an Read more

Aug 20
2

I mean, I want to get rid of mine because I don’t trust the transmission to last very long, even though it was rebuilt 2 years ago. It hasn’t been the most reliable truck and I don’t have the driveway space for another vehicle

Aug 20
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yeah was she being sarcastic? the only dependable part of a dodge truck there ever was was a cummins engine, and most dodges are carrying either a 3.6 pentastar or a 5.7 hemi anymore

Aug 20
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When it comes to small conveniences like heated seats, remote start, and android auto/carplay, you’re better off buying a lower trim for a deal then spending, what, $50 for heated seats, $250 for remote start, and like $300-500 to add your own double-din with android auto and carplay. Those shouldn’t be deal breakers, Read more

Aug 20
6

Idk, where I live, old toys are going for cheap right now. Like 80's trucks that are just a frame, engine, manual trans and a bit of a cab are going for $500, when they’d usually be a $1500 project. If I weren’t needing to drive through snow this winter and had a >msrp tacoma in the drive, I’d sell it and buy that Read more