Thomas Nourse
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4/21/20
3:27 PM
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Avoiding negative equity is tricky in the middle of a collapse of the used car market. Depreciation is accelerating as we speak

10/31/19
3:07 PM
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Perhaps a NASCAR gas can sized capacitor bank the pit crew has to lug around?

8/23/19
5:28 PM
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I only had this one for a few months before the dead dinosaur costs became too much, but it was a blast to drive as long I kept my foot down. Which was part of the aforementioned cost issue

5/30/19
4:28 PM
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Not to mention that the mass needed to reconstitute 3.5 billion people had to come from somewhere (assuming there are still a few unbreakable laws of physics in the MCU). Were they brought back from the dust they became the first time the ring finger of the gauntlet clanged against its palm? After 5 years, surely some Read more

1/9/19
10:51 PM
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How would advantage play work in bonus situations? Just not allow it or give the offense a choice between forfeiting the free throws to play the advantage and conceding the advantage to go to the line?

12/10/18
3:11 PM
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That and there’s no operational need for the helicopter to “keep up” with a chase.. They just need to maintain line of sight to coordinate with units on the ground. If you can’t go faster, go higher.

9/8/17
11:34 AM
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What stupid shit timeouts are you referring to? The two before half time taken with under 50 seconds left to secure the end of half TD or the one take at the end of the play clock before the goal line play that sealed the game and didn’t affect the game clock at all? Read more

8/29/17
8:51 PM
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I thought about running a USB cable, but I already had the wire. I was able to cannibalize the 12v USB adapter for the ports and wired that in the space above the map lights. From there I just used the 1ft USB cable I already had. Read more

8/29/17
8:40 PM
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That’s why I ran all new wire to the battery and fuse box in the trunk instead of tapping into anything behind the dash. Read more

6/29/17
3:37 PM
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If you’re curious about team numbers, I put together a spreadsheet:

4/12/17
9:11 PM
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I too did not realize those were two separate events. I tried to do the math to find out how far a ball hit at 116 MPH would travel if it were ~7 ft off the ground at 60.5 ft and at least 9 ft off the ground at 408 ft. My head hurts now, but the answer is far, very far.

1/11/17
4:47 PM
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Is your odometer off by 4-5% though? Speed shouldn’t be a factor - especially since BMW programs their speedometers to be 3mph optimistic from the factory. There’s even a setting in the KOMBI module to disable the higher reading (BC_V_KORREKTUR).

1/11/17
4:30 PM
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My old F150 would be off my as much as 10% which is why I still verify at the pump before I go bragging on my car. I don’t understand how the numbers on the vehicle can be so inaccurate - I mean how hard is it to calculate distance over fuel consumed?

1/11/17
4:25 PM
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It’s real and, perhaps even more surprising, it pretty much works as advertised.

1/11/17
4:17 PM
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I did the math at the pump and I calculated 40.5 so it was a little off, but not by much

12/29/16
12:24 PM
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I just keep repeating my mantra “ calm and courteous” until I escape to more open roads. Either that or I escape to the quiet neighborhood roads where my muscle memory is trained to slow down and relax.