I had one of the Pontiac G6s with the electric power steering assist. Let me tell you, when that electric assist went out it was exceedingly difficult to turn. Even at speed. Hydraulically assisted cars of the past would still be relatively easy to steer when moving over about 5mph. That G6 was absolutely dangerous when the electric assist failed. While GM claimed there was no issue, they did revert to hydraulic steering assist in later models. That alone should tell you the truth of the matter.
What does any of this have to do with a stringed instrument?
Millions of years of evolution vs my fist! WoW indeed!
HORDE of lobbyists.
There's your problem! We need some Alliance lobbyists!!!
That's a total generalization. For instance, I drive a RAM 1500 100 miles round trip each day. Not a F-150 at all. Some poor bastards out there even drive Silverados.
You are both wrong.
Yep, I hosed that qoute.
[qoute]Yes, other countries, even those that people think are so backward and lacking in knowledge are more than capable of producing high value goods at a reasonable price and a high quality standard.[/qoute]
Until the final product is delivered, the quality of the assembly and meterials is an unknown.
Baking ammonia (ammonium carbonate, Hartshorn) is available from many vendors online.
No worries. With the new Star Trek we can now assume we are in the alternate reality. So, canon need not apply.
The Pontiac Fiero using his Hot Vapor sysem is still alive and kicking. They had it on Horsepower TV a while ago. I believe the current owner is in the process of (maybe completed) restoring it.