Seriously why does Tesla always get so much flak? My guess is that somone out there doesn't like the idea of a car that doesn't need oil and can charge from solar energy.
I never said that it actually did any good. Your points are ones that anyone should realize.
I never said the law actually worked.
News stations use to be required by law to state just the facts and give both sides of the story if I remember right.
This is true, I usually wait for stuff to go one sale or buy it used so that way I don't have to play full price. There aren't hardly any games these days worth the $60 price tag they put on them.
Well I am sure there are special cases, however for the average user it isn't really needed.
He said no pratical limit. No one in their right mind would use 127 controllers.
This may be a little off topic, but most people I know, who aren't PC gamers, usually spend around 500 on a computer. So with this in mind why not spend the extra you would on a console to have a decent gaming rig? Not only that, but you can get games dirt cheap on PC from steam if you want to wait on the sales. So in the end it might actually be cheaper to game on a PC in the long run even though the initial cost is higher. Which would let you get better hardware if you happen to be one of those people who must have everything on max settings. Just a thought.
I have a Radeon HD and truthfully I haven't played a game that bogs it down yet. However we do need to take into account that a lot of games are built to console standards so that is probably why. Also the graphics for the Xbox One and PS4 do not impress me very much. They are only marginally better than the previous generation.
My thoughts exactly well said.
Well your the one being the troll I've been polite and was willing to admit I may have misunderstood one of your claims. So with that said the conversation is over now.
Well I have put about 300k on cars before. Also settle down, all I did was point out some facts to show you what I was claiming in fact did have truth to it.
Okay now you are just getting butt hurt and trolling. You can read the previous posts you made and see what I am referring too. I will admit that it is possible I may have misunderstood your claim, but as far as I can tell you made it sound like you were claiming older vehicles were not capable of going beyond 100k. Also you can Google everything I said unless you want me to do that for you.
Also if you had a bug for 20 years you likely just contradicted your 100k claim. If you drove it at least 10k miles a year (which is below the average a person drives in a year) you would have hit 200k easily.
I figured I could give you another good example with the Volvo.