Maybe it’s an air quality issue? Plenty of dirt getting kicked up by the rest of traffic might clog a radiator quick if it’s first in line
I remember the instructor in the MSF course scraping his foot pegs while demoing on some 150cc dirt bike. Bikes are crazy
On the topic of inspection, how do you suggest one go about finding a person or place appropriate for that kind of work?
I feel like asking if dragons can run out of fire is like asking if we can run out of spit. Sure on some time-scale we can, but on the short term, spit spit spit.
I guess “no guns” is the only solution then
Well, maybe if all violent criminals/murderers are logically considering their options and likely outcomes from their actions...I’m not sure we can bet on that
I recall once or twice my 1989 Chevy Caprice wagon would forget that I’d turned off cruise and turn it back on while I was stopping and floor it. Neutral and turning the car off fixed it on the short term, and avoidance of the cruise function was the long term fix
It seems that I’ve been incredibly lucky as well
I was just talking about which is safer to the driver. Riding like that is like tying ropes to the steering wheel and sitting on the bumper of an RV. Very fine idiots on both sides.
As for the causer of whatever hypothetical accident, true but irrelevant. No matter the fault, everybody gets hurt to some degree.
Honestly, I’m not sure which is safer. If I’m on a motorcycle at least I only have the other car to worry about, not my own coming to pieces and hitting me.
Also, you can do a lot less damage to the rest of the world with a bike than your other examples
I wonder how quiet the compactor will be, now that we’ll be able to hear it over the (lack of) engine
I hear they’re being delivered by flying cars
He could take his $23.6 mil signing bonus, play a year or two of football, and then go back to baseball if he wanted, no? At least then he’d have plenty in the bank to deal with shit pay in minor leagues
When I took the MSF course, turning was a big part of the riding portion
Thanks for filling in that blind spot for me
So, which pronoun when? If you identified as male early on then male pronouns then, but what about when referring to that time afterwards? That’s the part I don’t get.
Is that a biological argument or the accepted social rationale? I ask, because I do wonder if someone who grew up as Bradley with male parts might identify as male at least initially. My (albeit limited) understanding of the subject of how we refer to people by gender lead me to believe we go with how the person…
On a related note, this might be there best thing ever to come from sbnation