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theaspiringengineer
Jul 6
2

damn, I was going to suggest the lutefisk option but that seems like it would be more effective...

Jul 6
2

Oddly enough, the Surströmming on Transit policy is not working to stop the spread...

Jul 6
5

If you take away all the masks and everyone breathes through their mouth, pretty much. 

Jul 6
3

I’m going to a religious service at a sports stadium with live music and an open bar.  Hoping they have a handshake line and buffet...

Jul 5
4

I’m no expert in plane burning but fuel is in the wings so if the fuselage is on fire it was most likely torched from inside with an added accelerant. If it was shot then there should be visible holes and damage to the wings and tail.

Jul 5
7

If I can add to the plot, I think the registration is fake. The aviation databases don’t have any plane with that registration, and the only thing Google pulls up with that tail number are stories and photos/videos about it being shot down. There isn’t a single photo of a plane with that tail number intact and not on Read more

Jul 5
4

I’m no expert in these matters, but if the jet were flying at low altitude, then it was probably flying at armed helicopter speeds. And it wouldn’t take much shooting to make it no longer flyable. And if shot by a helicopter, could it have been so after having landed?

Jul 4
2

That’s the trick - you aren’t “disposing” of the oil, you are giving it to them so they can add it to their disposal tank. 

Jul 4
2

I don’t know your situation, but oil changes are a good thing to do yourself because it gives you a chance to inspect things on a regular basis. I service my fleet diligently at 5,000-mile intervals; 10,000-km intervals would not be excessive as long as you don’t go more than 9 months or so between changes. If you Read more