Actually, it's a chunk of natural lead (galena). Go figure.
You'd seriously go 10-15 years without at least changing your fuel filter!?
.....wait! it's not what you think.
"a new paper analyzes the robustness of
So now we're putting the dupes together into the same summary? Jeez, can't we at least wait a few hours first?
No, see, when the Enterprise emerged from warp, they did a quick trash dump just before leaving the atmosphere.
Best laugh I've had all day - mod this guy up, damn it
"The banking system is closely regulated and monitored..."
I'm all for encouraging people to buy more efficient cars, but what you propose is insane - what about the rest of us who simply cannot and never will be able to afford anything more than old guzzlers that can't even reach 15mpg (city)?
How the hell am I supposed to afford $6 a gallon when gas is already almost unaffordable at $3.50 a gallon?
Who's gonna hand over 30 grand for a new car? Or the roughly 10 grand for an almost-modern used car?
No way am I gonna spend nearly that much on my old car in gas, repairs, car insurance, etc., over its remaining life, and when it dies, I go find another old guzzler I can afford.
He didn't. He stole it and in return gave them a shoddy bomb casing full of used pinball machine parts.
WARNING: The above link starts blabbing some audio recording with no apparent way to shut it up.
Naw, it's where you keep all those photos of your and your children playing with variously-sized rings and mixtures of soap, water, and glycerine.
"So you use eBay as a promotional tool, but prefer for customers to perform checkout on your web site, and encourage repeat customers to use your web site."
Because doing so is somewhat contrary to eBay policy: