Paco Deth
pacodeth
9/2/19
12:54 PM
53

Here is an image of the Fur-RAPTOR after an 8mph crash into a curb:

8/30/19
10:10 AM
316

And this people is why we cant have nice things. When it started Uber was a side gig for people that already have jobs to make a few bucks on the side. Then a bunch of people decided to do it full time and bitch about how the system doesn’t work as they assume it should. Uber/Lyft didnt do anything to discourage this

8/19/19
5:45 PM
1

Well, they would feel the need to mask up, throw bottles of urine at the person, smash them in the face with a baseball bat, and then claim they’re the ones against fascism.

8/19/19
12:11 PM
5

I’ve posted this once before here, but it bears another mention.

8/9/19
4:29 PM
152

I have long dealt with having to limit the size of my collections of various objects, so Ron’s story hits home with me. In so many ways I feel bad for him. It has to hurt to see these vehicles go away..

7/31/19
4:50 PM
6

Just when I think you couldn’t possibly be any dumber...

7/31/19
4:32 PM
11

Speaking of fat boys and memorable movie vehicles, this hog gets 70 MPG.

7/31/19
3:56 PM
8

That’s just Dexter’s version of antifreeze.  I think it is called Dex-cool.

6/17/19
9:31 AM
3

It’s not about enslavement. It’s about a lack of opportunities that force them to take jobs like these. People can be in situations where they need to take whatever is the best paying job in order to make ends meet, and still not do anything stupid to get there. Unfortunately, even if the percentage of people in those

6/16/19
9:20 PM
3

It’s refreshing to see at least one non-NPC on these threads.  Though you’re completely wasting your time arguing with these midwits that live on these comment boards, it’s entertaining watching them spout Marx and the like as if they are brilliant thinkers.

5/27/19
4:39 PM
10

I don’t much about tech companies but I figured it was common knowledge that Apple is notoriously uncool about pretty much anything.

10/12/12
1:22 AM
110

It's super hip to hate AB.  And Sam knows from hip - he spent the first five years of his life in Manhattan.