My apologies if this has already been suggested.
There is a chip shortage because all the capacity is being used to make chips to go in the vaccines!
or whenever it is deemed feasible, whichever comes later
Headline is clickbait and false.
California is banning the sale of small gasoline engines in mowers and other equipment. Not banning existing engines.
I'm Bison78. My name came about because I was searching for a name to use in a Jalopnik article about weird armored vehicles. Over on Jalopnik, my avatar picture is that of a Bison Armored Vehicle.
I own the extremes of cars: a '57 MGA and a Tesla Model 3. Both are great cars, but in different ways.
Down In The Parking Garage:
@nickhasanexocet said in Michael Flynn is at it again...:I find it kind of hard to blame conservatives (which these people WERE before this) since conservatives rarely-if-ever are the change makers. Their natural state is status quo, so there's a radicalization amongst conservatives,
Yes, they would prefer the country to go back to before the civil rights era, when they could openly use the "n-word".
@carsoffortlangley no, they should be driven by someone who cares for them but still be entitled to a handicap space
I have been in the situation where people may have wondered if I was abusing a disabled pass. I parked in a disabled-only parking space and got out of the car with no difficulty, because I was and am not disabled. However, I was picking up my elderly father whose pass I was displaying and. He had difficulty walking.
Ah yeah most of Europe (at least the places I have been) does not appear to be kind to those who are tall.
The UK is mostly OK for taller people (except in very old buildings), but as a British person of typical height, I can confirm what @Italia is saying about Italy and Italian people: they are generally smaller, although I think it is the older generations that tend to be shorter.
The tallest population in the world is in Europe: specifically, the Netherlands.
@Italia: what do you think of the personal space in Italian elevators?
@bison78 Well, I thought it'd be rude to just ignore your responses, but if you're going to take such such a juvenile approach to my responses, I might have to reconsider that. I've listed out some of the inaccuracies in your posts already. Have a nice Thursday!
Ah, classic non-answer. Avoid actually pointing out the purported falsehoods.
No, but it also doesn’t come from fetal cell strains.
Neither do the vaccines.
I don't know why you're trying to argue this with me. I couldn't care less if aborted fetuses were or weren't used to create vaccines, and really don't give a shit about what morals strangers hold dear. However, fetal cell lines were most certainly used to at least test covid vaccines, as it's a very effective way to see how drugs interact with human tissues.
The fact that you have continued to discuss this point shows that you are very much concerned about the issue.
You seem just as well informed on this subject as the religious nuts.
Exactly what have I posted that is false?
@highlander I've seen a number of cars present weird, confusing electrical maladies and it's amazing how often it turned out to be the terminals/cable/ground. First time was on a 1970 Cougar that seemed to be possessed. An old body shop/mechanic guy I knew offered to help diagnose. I told him all the weird stuff going on, he said "clean the terminals" and handed me the tool to do it. I only did it to humor him because I knew there had to be more going on. Finished cleaning, reconnected and... all the problems were gone.
My experience with 90's Voyagers is that, when the battery is failing, the speedometer and tachometer will randomly stop working while driving. Then, a few weeks later, the vehicle won't start and a new battery is required.