RMudkips
rmudkips
11/27/19
8:38 PM
152

Postal vehicles don’t reverse. Ever. If they overshoot your house, you just don’t get the mail that day.

11/15/19
12:44 AM
18

Honestly, Snip & Sketch is superior to the Snipping Tool in every way possible. And I say this as someone that used Snipping Tool on the regular. You get a keyboard shortcut, Win-Shift-S, then the snip goes into Action Center.
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10/21/19
5:06 PM
148

*Fingers Crossed they don’t mention that while the bridge is being raised, the road bed is being raised as well, so the total clearance is going to remain the same. Read more

10/8/19
12:59 PM
15

Hard to get killed by cars that are barely moving...

10/8/19
12:53 PM
15

Regardless of where you stand on this issue, “honking won’t help” should be every city driver’s mantra before turning the key. People who stand on their horn are the worst.

10/8/19
12:51 PM
14

Walking, biking, public transit are all viable options for getting around a city, especially New York.

10/8/19
12:50 PM
17

If anyone should shift towards decreased car ownership/usage, it’s definitely New Yorkers.... Read more

9/7/19
10:30 PM
21

Take down Twitch and Blizzard all you want (I’m deep into WoW Classic so that’s not nonchalant), but who the fuck is attacking Wikipedia. To me that is the definition of villainy. “Damn, those fucks getting free knowledge in every language.”

8/13/19
4:08 PM
74

We used to say that “every time you make something idiot proof, they make a better idiot.”

7/20/19
2:55 PM
211

The first similar car that comes to mind that had the same completeness to its all-new-ness was when the R35 GT-R came out over a decade ago. That was a monster killer at the time with its crazy low starting price (that didn’t last long) that was already higher than the C8 will be over a decade later!

7/20/19
2:03 PM
69

Why would we flame you over something that is 100% true?

7/20/19
2:00 PM
325

That SUV has now seen more crawling than the average Wrangler. *zips up flame suit*

7/10/19
2:17 PM
9

I always heard they had a feature where if you adjust the volume via the steering wheel controls, the volume knob of the head-unit rotates along accordingly.