It’s Friday afternoon, so we may as well get everyone worked up into a stupid debate before the weekend starts, right? For some reason, I was considering doing a post called Friday Forklift Freakout, which would have been just forklift videos, but then I started thinking about the status of forklifts, so I arrived at…
That’s not a fox body. You’ve now angered the Mustang crowd. You should go into the witness protection program ASAP.
On my Benz it was the same way. Once I had put my duffel bag in the trunk, I closed the trunk and it popped open immediately. I shut it again and again it popped open and I’m like WTF is wrong with the trunk?!
It would drive me crazy to own a car that drew so much attention.
my parents taught me and my 2 brothers to never own a stickshift, they said we’d hate it, it’s too much work. they never taught us about engine braking.
You may save a marginal percentage more fuel by coasting, but why would you? You have less control, and in most states, it’s illegal to coast in neutral.
Most cars since the advent of electronic fuel injection cut fuel flow while under a engine braking/negative load scenario. For visual reference, if you’ve ever been in a car that displays “instant” fuel mileage, you’ll typically see the display go to 99.9 as the injectors aren’t firing.
> I imagine, though, that people aren’t downloading this mod because they’re aesthetic purists. They want to stick it to the man, and this feels like a tiny middle finger they can deploy at will.
I had to have a tranny rebuild after hitting a small chunk of concrete (size of a pineapple). I was in 4th gear when I hit it and realized I shouldn’t shift into 5th. The debris hit the transmission housing and bent the shift shaft. Transmission fluid was leaking out the seal and I knew it was going to be over $1K…
Look at it this way. It costs me X to produce a 75D. If I wanted to make a 60D, it would cost me more money and time in manufacturing to make 2 separate models/battery packs than is worth it. Instead, I’ll just make more 75Ds and software limit a few and sell them at a loss (the actual 60D) to bring people into the…
This does sound lame, but it’s not quite “pay $0.99 to make Mario jump higher” bad. I do see why some would look at this as Bungie monetizing a player’s individuality, but I don’t completely understand paying actual money for cosmetics anyways. I’m not the avatar, I’m the guy sitting in front of a TV display diddling…
It amazes me how many little things they didn’t change for the sequel.
I don’t mind cosmetic micro-transactions if they help developers continue to make good games, but I have problems with how they implement it.
Honestly, its been really gross watching companies try to push the line a little bit each time. This is a real problem that needs to be dealt with before it kills the industry.
Thank you sir for setting your clock with the proper time
Glad to see the good guys win for once. This might help save a lot of others who are facing suits just like this.
For the past month or so, cosplayers have been uploading photos to Twitter, asking illustrators to turn their photos into 2D illustrations.