@bicyclebuck I will say the scrolling up on chats is a bit awkward for sure. It's still a lot better than before but not perfect. It gets better if you go to the 'see all chats' where it'll take over the whole window instead of displaying in a pop-up.
@texturedsoyprotein Welp, that fits. Honestly, they look delicious. I tolerate being in the vicinity of hipsters, the same as I did with yuppies, because I like the impact they seem to have on neighborhoods and the sorts of things they tend to attract, even if I don't really consider myself one of them. I have the same opinion on casino gambling, I like having money too much to do it myself, but I like all the other stuff that comes with casinos - bars, restaurants, nightclubs, organized crime, concerts, etc.
@bicyclebuck That's part of the problem - the main guy you deal with might be on the level, but you have no idea what the hourly help he gets are like, especially if he's backed up on projects and gets desperate to finish some.
Passing lane has to become the de facto nomenclature for it or else people will still camp in it
I agree, nomenclature is part of the problem. Especially when we refer to the curb/outside lane as the "slow lane". I have a theory that people probably avoid that lane because it offends them to think that they are supposed to be in the "slow lane".
@nauraushaun I agree...some modern Citroens still have some of what made 'old' Citroen great (like the original, pre-facelift C4 Cactus or the C3), but they slowly become more 'normal' as time goes on 😞
@facw Makes more sense now. I whacked the rotor that was bent with a dead blow mallet in-between some wood and got it straighter, but not straight. When I found one in the size I needed for that cheap though I just bought it.
@nowhere oh, maybe it was indeed loose surfaces that tripped up early ABS? I thought it was cornering while leaned over. Or maybe more likely cornering while leaned over and encountering loose surfaces?
I'm pretty sure early bike ABS handled panic braking in a straight line without issues.
I'm not going to read his article because it sounds like he doesn't know how bike braking works.
I know I can't do braking on the threshold of ABS activation in a panic situation. In my one truly panic stop in the rain, I apparently stomped on the rear brake more than the front and I was sliding down the road in an instant.