willconltd
willconltd
5/21/19
3:28 AM
1

shhh don’t tell this here, apple fan boys, starting from gizmodo bloggers, will not appreciate

4/12/19
10:48 AM
2

Absolutely. That’s the reason I have a V20, and a spare one in case no phone maker never offers a high end phone with disposable battery again. I have my original battery, a 4300 ma that fits inside the standard case and lasts an average of 14 hours. And a 6700 ma with an expaned caseback that lasts two workdays. I’m

4/9/19
12:52 PM
3

^This. I’m still holding onto my V20 because of it. Well, that and the 2nd screen.

3/4/19
9:40 AM
15

Well, nature used to have a way, but we keep disrupting it. 

2/1/19
12:20 PM
2

Thank you for showing where the cars are built; it goes to show that, it’s not that American built cars are unreliable, it’s that American car companies themselves, likely from cost cutting, are unreliable; no matter where they’re assembled.

1/21/19
2:41 PM
49

Wow, you really are obsessed with this guy, this is a way too long article for such a small history. I know it’s dumb but marketing is a big part of politics and it gets the same treatment as a model or a soda brand, it’s a product and they have to sell it. There’s no big alterations here and if you’re already in

1/9/19
6:09 PM
26

The need for large rotors and calipers at each wheel may no longer be necessary,

12/24/18
10:27 AM
4

Because that’s just smart. We can’t have that, now can we?

12/24/18
10:14 AM
9

Imagine if there were some system that allowed the battery to be easily swapped, maybe a door or some type of removable cover?

11/8/18
12:12 PM
80

Look, as someone who hails from a racist area.... telling racists that they’re racist doesn’t magically make them become less racist. That’s a lovely myth because it makes the person calling someone racist feel better. They like to think of it as constructive criticism. You don’t tell someone in their late 30's

11/6/18
3:54 PM
1

Mail in ballots fix a lot of the issues with voting in person, and don’t require technology not already in use. Utah does mail in votes, and this year an estimated 40% of registered voters voted by mail, more than the 39% that voted via all methods in 2016. Mail to the rescue!

10/8/18
11:28 AM
8

No, a carbon tax is literally a tax on living and is EXTREMELY regressive. We already tax everything two or three times before it gets to the consumer, who then pays income tax on the money they earned to buy simple things like toothpaste. Adding more taxes is absolutely not the solution.

10/4/18
11:30 AM
2

Well, it comes down to what I tell my kids - just assume that other people are basically idiots and youll never be surprised by the ape shit stuff they do. Generally this discussion comes when they start driving but it applies to a WHOLE lot of other things too.

9/16/18
9:16 AM
1

I own 2 63mm watches and many 54mm ones.  Anything smaller than 48mm just seems so small these days.