When that yahoo would be a welcome replacement, yea it's fair. I'd take the naked cowboy from NYC over guys like Mitt Romney.
WB used them for making money. This is is the complaint.
Lots as in near light speed?
But what is that in m/s?
I'm a M$ hater, and i have the same experience. MSE was made by a 3rd party, and bought by M$. It is exempt from the hate. Oh, and quite good.
I wouldn't hire you because you are a Mac user. I need people with morals and values, and a concept of the value of a dollar. Why would you buy what is effectively just a dell for 3x the money with near useless software? Not what I'm looking for.
How do i buy the now "surplus" parts?
If you had called him a 'nigger', you would have gotten +5, Funny.
An "automatic transmission" is torque converter based when you are speaking to automotive engineers. You are thinking Automated, which includes CVT and computerized manuals. Very different indeed.
Ummm, look up how a torque converter works, and maybe you will understand my post. There is no actual connection to the wheels.
It's like having 1000hp hooked to an automatic transmission.
diyelectriccar.com has tons of conversion. Something like 16k members too. My motor was a forklift motor in its past life, and was rebuilt. I got it for 100$ shipped. The batteries i used were lead acid deep cycles, from walmart! They can deliver 1200 amps for short bursts without issues. LiFePO4 is the way to go if you are willing to spend the money. They last 5x as long, and can deliver much better range (again, 5x easy).
I have this problem sometimes on FireFox, on Windows, with ATI GPU's. Their drivers are written by 12 year olds, i sware.
My commuter sure isn't slow. lol. My mother's commute is 5 miles, round trip. Her subaru gets 18mpg, because it never warms up. She's on the list to buy one of my EV's, because gas is just pointless for her commute. If she needs to make a big trip, owning an EV and renting a trip car is cheaper than owning a gasser as is.
Heating the cabin is a concern, but not as much as implied above. Once the cabin is warm, a mere 200 watts can keep it toasty.