mrordinary
Mr Ordinary
mrordinary
Feb 13
11

“The principal purpose of the Huawei Enterprise was to grow the global ‘Huawei’ brand into one of the most powerful telecommunications equipment and consumer electronics companies in the world by entering, developing and dominating the markets for telecommunications and consumer electronics technology and services in Read more

Feb 13
47

The Chinese must be kicking themselves that they didn’t do a better job buying GOP Senators like the Russians did.

Feb 13
51

Hey, China, I heard some rumors that our President is also part of a criminal enterprise. Wanna lend a hand? Kinda don’t have a ton of faith in our FBI, or DOJ, at the moment.

Aug 27 2019
2

‘It’s mildly comical that modern cars have become as easy to take as they were in the 80’s or possibly even easier as the video shows.‘ Read more

Aug 2 2019
11

I pity where you must live and the commute you must have, because I promise you I use all 640 hp of my manual car on my commute. It’s possible to enjoy a fast car on public roads, and “slow car fast” talk around here is an epidemic.

Aug 2 2019
2

I drove a 570S and a 458 Italia back to back on public roads. The McLaren was leagues easier and more enjoyable to drive. Aside from sound, just generally all-around embarrassed the Italian. 

Aug 2 2019
9

There was a time when I thought this, and though it certainly applies to some car (the 458 comes to mind), the McLaren 570S (and so I suspect this car, as well) is a blast on the street. It is still loads of fun at lower speeds, and it’s very easy to drive. It makes 600hp feel as reasonable as the 200hp hat comes in a Read more

Aug 2 2019
3

This may be a totally fair assessment given your use in your location, but I (and I will admit- based on experience in a 570, not 600) disagree with much of it. Read more

Jul 3 2019
596

Yeah, tell me how conservatives don’t try to control people. Really, I need a laugh today.

Jul 3 2019
6

It’s safer because when the traffic is stopped you’re safely ensconced between two stopped cars either side of you, rather that sitting at the back of a line of traffic waiting for a distracted driver to plough right up your arse. Read more

May 13 2019
11

Seriously, name one company that lost a billion dollars to China. Thats a huge accusation to make with no proof

May 13 2019
25

So A) Cite a source. and B) Trump lost a billion dollars due to gross incompetence, not because of outside influences.

May 13 2019
21

It is not just Chinese goods. It is goods by American companies manufactured om China that are also hit by the heavy tariffs. Read more

May 13 2019
80

Our culture of abundance is highly dependent on Chinese made goods. Higher prices on Chinese goods might mean marginally more US made goods, but overall, it means less stuff. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, but it will be a wake-up call for the average US consumer as we all adjust to having less.

May 13 2019
153

Their is no reason for the U.S. Consumer to pay the Tariffs, which take effect on China today.

Apr 7 2019
52

Yes, but the money goes to companies who don’t have any emissions issues and they in turn use that for more sustainability and possibly more products. In the short-term, you’re right. In the long-term, it generates a business case for less emissions thereby making it sustainable without government subsidies. It’s a Read more

Mar 21 2019
53

My husband is originally from the US, and moved north about five years ago. He ended up getting cancer a few years ago and then again last year, and honest to god, I’m so glad that if it had to happen, it happened here. We would have been bankrupted otherwise.