MrNails
realmrnails
2/19/20
5:37 PM
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I mean, I’d hit it, but it wouldn’t be long-term or anything.

2/19/20
5:35 PM
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Thank the gawds that didn’t make it to market.

2/19/20
3:06 PM
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Yeah, and what I’ve found most amazing about their recyclability, is that it’s like ~75%. That’s amazing. Compare to say, glass, which you would think would also be high... nope. ~30%’ish. Still. Just think of not only cars, but computers, laptops, phones, watches, ETC. And all the more in the future, there will be Read more

2/19/20
3:01 PM
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Fair enough. And I may even agree with some or a lot of that. Cheers!

2/19/20
2:56 PM
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I, too, have driven a lot of miles on I-95.

2/19/20
2:35 PM
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I prefer my rubber-based adhesive on the back of a GORILLA!

2/19/20
2:33 PM
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That’s actually pretty “easy” in machine learning though. It would not be difficult at all to code up a neural network to handle this, and a LOT of pre-input can be entered before the software ever even hits the streets. This might be one of the easier problems to solve. Read more

2/19/20
1:08 PM
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To be fair, name one ingredient of a battery this is NOT finite.

2/19/20
1:07 PM
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I still think it needs to be a combination of things. How short-sighted is it to look to only batteries and nothing else gets a real shot (take a mulligan on the hydrogen debate and throw it out for now)? I mean, in my tiny brain, I keep seeing fossil fuels all over again. Everything is finite, right?

2/19/20
10:29 AM
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Neither, just a question for clarification. But since you went right to using “troll,” I don’t care anymore. Thanks, though.

2/19/20
10:19 AM
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This is pretty ridiculous. It’s not about buyers remaining “helpless” to need Tom’s services; it’s quite possibly the exact opposite. If you went to Tom with this situation, how does it affect him either way? I can almost guarantee you, that he would never tell someone to pull off this shady-ass shit, which Read more