Generallissimo Francisco Franco is still dead.
If I had mod points you would get one of my very few Insightful I give to ACs.
KITT's turbo boost button was my first thought too. You beat me to it. So instead, this link.
Wow, he didn't even spill his hamburger.
Then turn while going 80mph dead 90* right without touching the brakes while flooring it mid turn and skipping all four tires as they fight for grip around the corner before a gear-shift and another whiplash back into the seat as the light posts fly by faster and faster until you're casually going 160mph....
I'm pretty sure you typed that with one hand.
Is that you, Shaft?
Shut yo' mouth!
That's no way to talk to the man who protects his brother man.
I had a Chevy citation.
I drove it from Indianapolis to Memphis Tennessee to meet a girl and the fuel pump was completely screwed so i just pumped the gas pedal for 900 miles. Good times.
It got lots of abuse on country back roads as well.
Apples to oranges maybe, but:
It's been called the 'M' button for quite a while now and installed in certain 'M-class' automobiles.
The Ford version will probably end up being a toy version of it - you can do a burnout once you engage, but for the front brakes to release you'll have to disengage the 'B' button. You know, the 'safe' way.
Goddam lead fingered drivers. Get off my lawn.
I hypermile mine to 31mpg then blow away pretty much anything from a stop
So, you're an asshole coming *and* going.
Well, when you use the word "pale", that does have negative connotations.
That's why he used the word "pale".
he's dead Jim.
If you are unable to make your point without flat-out lying then perhaps you should reevaluate your... Wait, it's RS. Never mind.
"MacBook Pro: Planned obsolescence: business model forces you to buy new devices frequently." I'll mention that to my friends carrying various laptops that aren't worth enough to sell but completely functional and in use. My wifey uses a MacBook and she's never been forced to upgrade.
"iOS: The company claims to take away your freedom". I'm sure RS can tie that back to something that makes sense to him, but damm.
Not quite. From the quoted article, "There have been 12 reported fires but no injuries in the bigger recall of 139,917 Ford Escape vehicles."
But it does show a huge difference between Tesla and the management of a car company that's been in the business a long time. Ford will recall and repair 139,917 cars because of 12 fires. Tesla downplays battery fires.
Elon Musk should be looking at Ford management and asking himself what they know about making and selling cars that he doesn't.
Correct. Ford will sell 12 more cars and Telsa only three.
I posed a question on social media recently asking if deleting an Ebook is akin to book burning.
Another good reason to stay away from "social media" sites.
I'd make arguments for it being more environmentally friendly. No materials to work, and nothing to ship.
All the devices and infrastructure necessary to deliver and read them have an environmental cost, e.g., batteries, rare earth elements, waste from devices tossed when broken / upgraded.