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TheWalrus
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Mar 3
18

Looks great!  I can’t wait to see Vettel and the AMR21 in action!

Mar 2
1

It would make no sense for the driver or autopilot to merge to the right in front of the white truck. The BMW is riding the Tesla’s ass and cuts off the white truck as soon as it can. The Tesla didn’t have enough space in front of the white truck to merge, the BMW entered the right lane shortly after the Tesla passed Read more

Mar 2
1

Yeah, but that’s what they do. They know they’re full of shit, and the only way to “win” the argument is to argue against something stupid that you never said.

Mar 2
15

It really is a good idea. And really, it makes for a good argument that if we have commercial vehicle operator rules in place for heavy duty trucks, and for those who drive others around for a living, that we could - and should - apply that for trucks, for large vehicles of any type, for high powered cars, and for Read more

Mar 2
13

Re-read the paragraph beginning, “For starters, let’s cover the systemic reasons that drive truck sales.” Read more

Mar 1
1

Dude, the telsa was clearly rapidly gaining on the next right hand vehicle and it is totally normal and legal for him to proceed to pass the next cars as well without getting over again in that dinky window.  Besides, some people like to be considerate and avoid the potential for rock chips to the guy you are passing Read more

Mar 1
41

^^This is passing normally. The bmw driver seems to have come up a bit fast but ultimately made a safe transition to pass. Then this happens:

Feb 24
5

Yeah, much as it lends itself to satire, this is how rational governance actually works. Ans with some other endeavors, the first step is admitting that you have a problem.  Then you convene a blue-ribbon panel of experts and stakeholders to study something and recommend possible courses of action. Read more

Feb 24
23

Counterpoint: oooohhhhhhhh yyyyyeeeaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhh baby make politics borrrrrrrrring and procedural again. Yesssss tell me all about that 100 day plan... please address that critical gap again. YESSSSSSS.
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Feb 23
59

Limbaugh was trash who reveled in making the lives of others miserable in exchange for raking in millions off of rubes and, along with Newt Gingrich, laid the groundwork for turning conservatives politics into a zero-sum game that has led to actual deaths and massive wealth inequality.

So you might excuse the people he Read more

Feb 23
3

Totally agree. I’m a car enthusiast, but my 1955 Cadillac is no speed machine.
Torch, and Tracy are also automotive enthusiasts, but none of their cars can reach triple digit speeds. 

Feb 23
1

Nothing wrong with enjoying the car for the thrill of the speed - keep it off public roads. Make the trek to a track and do your thing. 

Feb 23
1

Basically, it’s the difference between being a fan and being a fanatic.

Feb 23
4

You want to live a 1/4 mile at a time? That’s great ... I do too but I keep it on a track.

Feb 23
14

That’s the beauty about the MGB. Even if you’re not going fast, it feels like you are.

Feb 23
5

While I’m definitely against street racing, I’d probably rather go fast than do any of those other things. I enjoy cars mostly because of the thrill their speed bring. Yeah, of course an MGB restoration and cruising on windy country roads is fun, but I’d rather go fast on that windy country road.