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I had an orange car once. Didn’t suit me. I prefer to wear colorful clothes and drive monochromatic cars.

Aug 4
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4 weeks would be record time for processing something like a rebuilt title in Washington. Registrations are basically instant, but titles take forever.

Aug 4
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Must still be kosher in the 9th circuit because it’s common practice here.

Aug 3
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That’s pure “you were the least annoying person the ALJ dealt with so far that day, so rather than be a hardass they just gave you want you wanted”...but as a person who usually gets my own shit dismissed that way, I endorse it, as I did in response to you and re the timestamps directly to Dr. Z. Always worth a shot. Read more

Aug 3
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The street in question is one block long and has three parking spaces, and the car clearly didn’t move because the officer marked the tire for the second infraction before writing the first. The address discrepancy is probably worth a try but I bet it won’t work.

Aug 3
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I am a lawyer and this is a $35 parking violation that almost certainly follows the letter of the law. Do not do this.

Aug 3
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I’d pay the first and challenge the second, but I wouldn’t really expect to win on the merits, just to catch the administrative “judge” in a good mood. Maybe raise the fact that Officer Worldseth marked the car to start the clock on the second ticket before he even wrote the first one, which seems like especially Read more

Aug 3
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No other political campaigns act like that, or at least didn’t until a few of the (other) grifteriest R’s adopted this type of scammy bullshit. The Bloomberg campaign was pretty persistent before certain primaries, but even then—campaign texts/emails/calls to vote or donate? Sure. Incessant misleading scammy crap with Read more

Jul 23
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Just scalded, it’ll be tender and may peel a bit but won’t leave any lasting damage. Treat it like a bad sunburn, put lotion on it, and it’ll heal up fine in a week or so. Source: clumsy guy who cooks a lot, used to work in commercial kitchens, and manages to burn myself all the damn time.

Jul 16
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Looks like the (very attractive) fifteen52 Traverse to me.

Jul 16
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Not as of 1982–Henry Ford II developed it and GM had nothing to do with it until they moved in in 1996.

Jul 16
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W124 Mercs are shockingly cheap considering the build quality and period style. Not as fun to drive as your choices, though.

Jul 14
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I like them in certain applications. My wagon is one of them.

Jul 14
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Not as bad as what BMW has done with M but I do see your point.

Jul 14
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That’s what I always picture when I hear that line, ha.