Red cars are more easily seen. They have the most tickets but the least accidents. Yellow is similar. Dark gray cars have the least tickets (camouflage), but the most accidents by 10 times, because other drivers can't see them either. This is why I own black sports cars. They look great and have low incidence of tickets and accidents.
Your kids are going to hate you and rebel so badly. I had a friend who monitored his son like this. The son ended up going to jail.
They're Irish, so of course they were raising barley...
Don't tax food or medicine. OK, the discrepancy just halved. Wow. I'm a wizard. Look at how fast I fixed that.
Yep. It's impossible for GM to invent a new badge (like Holden as they are known in the rest of the world) and move all their cars over to it next year. Sorry, dealers, we don't make cars for GMC, Chevy, Cadillac, Pontiac and Buick anymore.
Or Sony.com or Apple.com or any other of hundreds of sites that sell direct to the public.
They've certainly busted my trust over the last 15 years...
100 units between freezing and boiling is really not that arbitrary.
Maybe if they say the car won't handle it and the car correctly recognizes the situation and shifts into manual mode, that's a pass. Makes sense.
You have a train on the map and you have radar. How hard is it?
The government isn't restricting your speech. They are recognizing that you traded that right for financial compensation.
I find them both interesting. If you don't like the bitcoin stories (or the electric car stories) don't click on them.
And yet, nobody started buying them in any significant volume until the last couple years.
Welcome to 1950, NYC! You finally made it! (Not surprising since you were crawling along at 11 mph.)
And bitcoin is the bread.