If it included the battery then that might mean something. As it is now, there is just a low percentage of every needing the coverage. No real cost to Tesla, lots of good P.R. but not much else.
Any idea of how much the actors will be paid for the syndicated shows? TBBT will be broadcast nearly 24/7 all over the world for the next few years. Just look at the shows that TV-Land is broadcasting, some of them are nearly as old as I am and I watched Captain Kangaroo.
The Coast Guard regulations too.
Wonder if it works like this one, http://www.mtu.edu/news/storie...
You can tell that he is not is sales as his finger covered the name on the camera. If he would have moved his fingers the name would have been visible to everyone viewing the video. Even the newest "booth babes" know how to present. Still a neat camera though.
The manufacturers are following the rules that the governments set. It is not the manufacturers fault if they get different results then what the customers get. If you ran your car on the same loop the same way that the manufacturers do you would get right around the milage that they do. Of course they are gaming the system, but they are taking advantage of every little thing that they can. Me, I get quite a bit more MPG than listed on my motorcycle and a little less in the car. But in the winter the cars milage drops way below what is listed especially around town.
One of the bigger problems with ethanol is with smaller engines, basically any engine that is not moving people. Use ethanol free premium with a stabilizer in any engine you fill up out of a can. Most motorcycles too. My motorcycle is supposed to be able to take 10% ethanol, but I will only put that in if I cannot make it to a gas station that sells ethanol free premium.
Braking is the generation and dissipation of heat. If the rotors are getting to hot, why not dump metered gas (nitrogen?) to maintain the proper temperature? This is not for repeated use, generally in a two way speed run system the brakes are used twice. Once in each direction. The dispensing system does not have to be that large or heavy. This system would activate when the parameters that the engineers set are met otherwise the brakes work without chilling.
Anyone working or have a easy to use program that writes a false browsing track? Let the trackers try to make sense out of compromised data. The "easy to use" is what I want.
So he gets his candidates nominated, what are their positions on other issues? Many, many voters have a hot button that causes them to be single issue voters. Not to mention on what would happen if his candidate had a wrong initial in parenthesis behind his name?
Any bets on what the award will be after the appeals are done with?
My low end programable does everything that I want it to do and it does not report on me. Paid for itself in the first two months that I had it too. ROI on a NEST would take years, not even sure if it ever would.
I feed most / some my profiles with false information. The email address that I use for sign-ups gets most of my spam. The land line that I use for sign-ups goes to a two ring answering machine with a short message and minimum time to record the spiel. The intentional misspelling of my name shows up on my junk snail mail. The multitude of birthdays that I have show up regularly. I sign up for emailing lists that I have no interest in, then after awhile remove myself from said lists. Those are just some of the things done.
The military does care what your degree is in and what kind of a degree. The Officer Recruiters do have quotas for fields, if you do not have a degree in what is wanted your chance of getting in are near nil. From experience, when the Recruiter saw that you were on track for a CS degree they more than likely had spots that were not going to be filled. If your degree was in Art History the situation more than likely would have been different. Sorta like recruiting fairs at schools, everyone has a chance. But some recruitees have more chips and chances than others.
Not quite true. Go talk to a Officer Recruiter, not the Recruiter in the mall that is trying to find qualified bodies to enlist.