Absolutely nothing's wrong with that. Except in some cases an old car can incur huge expenses - particularly in areas that have air quality inspections.
...from having your car repoed? Don't incur the debt if you can't afford the payments. Or talk to your lender if you need a few days extension. The real issue here is that too many people ignore the payment request instead of using communication to come to an equitable agreement.
What an arrogant start to a summary. People who need to go out of their way to seem smarter usually aren't.
Watching under the dome wouldn't be a reward, it would be a punishment.
So you think the way to get people to drive EVs is to take more money away from them so it's harder to buy an electric vehicle?
Are you stupid?
That's not news, that's just par for the course.
Microsoft Bob, creeper edition.
...minecraft on windows phone?
>but will be placed on display in the Boeing Milestones of Flight Hall in 2016
No. Fuck this. It's not a milestone of flight, and it doesn't belong there in the least.
>Simple math. $5 of gas, split 2 ways, is $3 each.
That's just about the dumbest thing I've heard anyone say this year.
Science doesn't explain things, it's just a framework to help with discovering the validity or invalidity of an idea. If you can't find a way to test something, you can't really apply science to it.
Many religious people depart from science the moment it begins to conflict with their own insane views of how the world (and the universe) works. Some religious people feel that there is no contradiction between science and religion, and rationalize it as science discovering God's rules. Honestly I don't have a problem with this, since we don't really know who (if anyone) made the rules.
Atheists tend to like science because it's grounded in fact, and isn't bound to blind faith which I find is also reasonable. Religion has never really proven itself to be anything other than a source of control over people's lives and its value is at best, questionable.
> If motorists drove the same entitled way cyclists ride, we'd all be dead.
Finally, someone who *gets it*.
Our problem isn't with cyclists on the road, it's with how cyclists conduct themselves on the road. The real problem is that cyclists seem to think traffic laws don't apply to them and in doing so put everyone else - including themselves - at risk. You should be fined, have your bike confiscated, and be barred from riding if you're *ever* caught disobeying road rules. Especially a failure to signal, which is something cyclists constantly do. It's too bad you're too dense to understand this.