These are designed exactly for that. They come in all sizes and made out of a material similar to a tough pool noodle. I worked at a huge car lot in the north east clearing hundreds of cars they work perfectly for any amount of snow.
They also sell some with a a built in bottle opener. You know, for easy drinking and driving without the pesky hinderance of of a seatbelt!
Nope. They're like 600 USD.
They are correct. Hazard lights are meant to signal that you need to be extra cautious around this car, there's an extra hazard versus the other cars on the road.
Yes, cars in heavy rain are more dangerous than cars in the sun, but you don't need hazard lights to tell you that. Nor do you need them for visibility, because if you can see hazards, you can see tail lights.
However, when everyone is driving with hazards on, it means when there actually is a car stopped on the side of the road, or worse, wrecked or disabled in the road, the hazards might as well be crying wolf.
This (as well as the loss of turn signals) is why driving with hazards on is actually illegal in some states.
when did i pretend it was the rule?
you are the one dealing in absolutes and pretending to have the one truth.
or is that someone else?
Bonusround: immediately insulting the opposition, truly the mark of an exceptional conversationalist.
You absolute fuckwit.
>Plus that stuff is like $2,500 for 55 gallons.
$1,027, Is there anything Amazon doesn't sell?
They are correct. Hazard lights are meant to alert of cars that are extra hazardous, e.g. they are stopped.
It wasn't even a handle
Not defending their decision but there are some sort of clips they are holding. Here is the product and clips in question.
we got tired of trying to get just the right heat in a dutch oven on the stove top. Got this t-fal deep fryer and haven't looked back.
Makes perfect fries and really easy to clean up after. We don't leave it unattended but with the basket, the cover and the fact it won't go over 375f - it makes frying so much easier & safer. We use it a lot more than I thought we would - from falafel to wings to fries and the freshest doughnuts/Beignets...
Apparently that security at the end escorted him to the cops so he probably will. He was mad about how they handled his claim. https://thenextweb.com/apple/2016/09/30/french-guy-apple-store-steel-ball/
It's actually more difficult than you'd think.
In Russia the ice falls thru you
You can build the engine yourself, this book has full plans and instructions. The author is the guy who started it all, before him all model aircraft used piston engines. Today you can buy factory-built turbines, but when that book was written the only way was to build your own.
There’s special lock bolts that could have prevented this here
I dropped this in an earlier comment.
Piece of shit book, "The Elements of Seamanship" was gifted to me as a gag. That stupid book — it's permanently ingrained in my brain. It is almost impossible to appreciate how difficult boating/sailing is unless 1) you make your living on the sea, 2) you are frequently around boats (supervised) or 3) have read 15 pages of that crap book.
I am compelled to share the most absurd Christmas gift I've ever received — "The Elements of Seamanship". https://www.amazon.com/Elements-Seamanship-Roger-C-Taylor/dp/0979594944
It's bad. Terribly written. Borderline unintelligible. The author thought he was clever and fancied his "book" something akin to "Strunk and White: The Elements of Style". It read more like "Naked Lunch" — jiberesh. A lot of drugs were probably involved.
Know what I learned from this piece of shit book? Boats are HARD! They are wildly complicated and take a great degree of skill to operate. You want to die? Do anything in a boat without training. I'd rather get in a car with a drunk driver than get in a boat helmed by a confident idiot.
It's an awful excuse, though. I typed that entire comment with my thumbs just fine. If you have an issue, then you need a better keyboard. I recommend SwiftKey.
That's the worst excuse I've ever heard. I typed that entire comment with my thumbs just fine. If you have an issue, then you need a better keyboard. I recommend SwiftKey
WALI Anti-Tip Straps, Heavy Duty Safety Protection Fit Most Flat Screen TVs and Furniture (TAS001), 2 Pack, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0712542VG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_TGM2B6PGKEHWM89KXART?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Apollo is iOS. RIF is Android. With that being said I love Reddit is Fun. I try them all and always come back to RIF.
Offline Reader for Reddit is also great for when I know I won't have a signal.
For those wondering that was most likely windshield washer fluid based on the color and location. The tire would be around $200 to fix, the reservoir would be around $20 and the liquid around $3. So looks worse than it is.
There exists (these)[Shoulder Dolly Moving Straps - Lifting Strap for 2 Movers - Move, Lift, Carry, And Secure Furniture, Appliances, Heavy, Bulky Objects Safely, Efficiently, More Easily Like The Pros - Essential Moving Supplies - LD1000 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00022749Q/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_glt_i_NNBGTDY2XH3WYHD11JDY?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1] stupid things. That's what they were using.
Here's one rated at 100000BTU/H
That's not 100000 BTUs, that's BTUs per hour. Which is the same dimension (just a scaled factor) as watts
Someone needs to read this
Only problem with that theory is the toy released based on the old design. Movie tie-in toys are often based off of early work since it takes time to produce, package, and ship to be on store shelves when the movie is out.
Either don’t care about bending the pinches a bit or get these:
>Skelang 2-Packs Jack Pad Adapter Rubber Slotted Universal for Jack Stand, Frame Rail Jack Pinch Welds Protector https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B07P7FWQG4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_2PFDS2T4MF8DV4EQM8DK?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
They make pucks for jacks, too.
For about 5€ you can repair it with a thing like this: https://www.amazon.de/dp/B009PH1IG4/ref=cm_sw_r_u_apa_fabt1_dVKWFb6MMW9A9?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
Not the fanciest looking solution, but I know out of experience that it works fine
That's the cover photo for the textbook "An Introduction to Error Analysis".
Always thought that was pretty funny.