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Chris Roberts
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Jul 4
67

No. It was an inexpensive three-row AWD wagon for people who don’t have money to piss away. For those of us who use a vehicle as a tool for transportation and not a toy, the Journey is a great bargain, especially with the underfloor storage, which is a life saver for those of use who live in America’s Siberia and need Read more

Sep 24 2019
1

That’s generally true about following, but to precisely what time delta is hard to determine. What is undebatable is how masterfully Seb controlled the restarts and how much more aggressive he was fighting through traffic (tho he risked a puncture by making contact with a Renault I think). At one point he leveraged Read more

Aug 12 2019
32

I can be sold on these VAR decisions as being a bridge too far, marginal at best infractions that really didn’t need to be reversed to prevent injustice. But claiming Man City was “robbed” of the decisive goal vs Spurs in the UCL just screams of bias and cheapens the entire argument against VAR. Aguero was clearly Read more

Aug 10 2019
2

If the police having the ability to request my video footage-my choice to share it-that can catch the asshole breaking into cars around the community is your vision of an Orwellian dystopia I think you need to re-read “1984.”

Aug 9 2019
2

The police do not just have full access to your camera. Footage that you share through the neighbors section of the app can be viewed by last enforcement of they are participating. Read more

Aug 9 2019
4

No. Police who join can see a map of locations of Ring cameras and can ask owners for access to the footage. The owners still have to give permission before police can see it (without a warrant). Read more

Aug 9 2019
4

Looks like you don’t get it. I’m not sure anyone can explain that to you. The bottom line is that Ring insists that they will not just deliver the footage over to the police on request without warrant and without time frame limits. Read more

Aug 9 2019
10

Just another example of Gizmodo’s horrible editorial standards. No, they don’t have access to your footage. The police are being given access to a feature in Ring called “Neighbors Feed”. I have a Ring system set up at my country house since I’m only there on Weekends. Last week a dog ran onto my property wearing a Read more

Aug 9 2019
14

NO! God...people are so misinformed and LOVE spreading ill informed news.  I have been a Ring customer for a few years now and love it. Read more

Aug 9 2019
3

The data isn’t on the ring, my man. There’s no reason to go to the physical location.  

Jun 24 2019
13

have you received a response to this question yet?  otherwise, please update the post to reflect that the staff writer failed to provide a comment.

Jun 9 2019
6

I didn’t say the penalty was warranted. It was a shitty racing situation where Vettel gained an advantage unfairly, which is probably why he was penalized. If he’d rejoined slowly, Hamilton would have gone by, which is why he stayed in the throttle, which spat him out on-track across Hamilton’s path. Read more

Jun 9 2019
57

Well, I guess my opinion isn’t going to be popular... Vettel went off the track. He came back on and veered into the racing line before gaining control, forcing Hamilton to slow down and slide most of the car off the track. He broke the rules and was penalized accordingly. The ruling the stewards gave after the race, Read more

May 17 2019
26

Explain the trivialization. No one is pretending to be trans, or that they had a struggle to get there. Its just people go “Hey look, I look like a woman!” The filter isn’t a trans filter. So does the trans community view all gender “swapping” in entertainment, Halloween, etc as trivialization? Is it insulting for a Read more

May 17 2019
52

I think this is a great opportunity to reiterate the idea that your assumption of another person based on their outward presentation doesn’t necessarily align with their identity. Read more