Everyone reclines on transatlantic flights because they’re not mouth-breathing fools too afraid of hurting some delicate calustrophobes personal space to in order to get some sleep. Works great.
So people can sleep on redeyes and long distance flights. It used to be people knew the ropes. You recline a little or not much during the “awake” time, meals etc, and then when they dim the lights and the blankets come out it’s a no-holds-barred recline fest and everyone reclines - which makes it a lot easier to bare… Read more
Likely because spending one’s days endlessly ruminating only on worthy topics such as existential threats to health and humanity as a whole is a great way to turn into a disenchanted, anxiety-ridden pessimist who never gets invited to parties.
Nobody thinks humans won’t survive period. Just whether or not life will suck ass compared to what it’s like now.
Yeah right, spooky skeletons dead from vaccine death can’t write internet comments.
If you think steroids are required for that result I can imagine you don’t see the inside of many gyms.
They use facial biometrics at UK and EU customs desks, so ok then.
You essentially cannot fly to any other major industrialized nation without being subject to facial recognition at this point so enjoy never crossing a border or taking steamship I guess.
They also weigh a ton more.
Meanwhile the Subaru Crosstrek has 140 horsepower. You’d be INSANE to buy an XV over this. The NA Subarus are such unrepentant dogs on the road it pains me they sell so well.