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    Breaking the second window was my favorite part,...

    Breaking the second window was my favorite part, but it sure was close in comparison to seeing the giant triangle drive up the ramp to the stage. That can't be the final look, can it? I would not put...
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    230-300 miles? I'm pretty psyched about this. I...

    230-300 miles? I'm pretty psyched about this. I like the early release look, but the price is just a bit out of my range. I think it's a strong competitor to the Model X.
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    The time is right for Senator Klobuchar to make a...

    The time is right for Senator Klobuchar to make a push into the top tier of democratic nominees. I'm still happy if any of Booker, Buttigieg, and Klobuchar take it. Less enthused about Warren and...
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    Not sure if this is my best dream solution or...

    Not sure if this is my best dream solution or possibly worst outcome. What if both Trump and Pence are impeached and removed from office? Next in line would be our first woman POTUS, President Nancy...
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    I feel like the impeachment inquiry and news...

    I feel like the impeachment inquiry and news disclosures on the Ukraine affair are moving at dizzying speed now. Pretty sure we will see an impeachment vote before the 2020 election.
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    The conventional wisdom is that people as a...

    The conventional wisdom is that people as a cohort start to become more conservative as they age. However, in a post-2000 political environment, so far this has not been happening. The percentage...
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    I will take the blame for naming a post in a...

    I will take the blame for naming a post in a funny way when all I really wanted to talk about was gun tech and optimization. I don't have a dog in the off-topic sections, but the perspective that...
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    Having worked with many corporate puppeteers, I'm...

    Having worked with many corporate puppeteers, I'm surprised that the level of incompetence is as high as it is. That said, the market seems to correct for incompetence over the long term.
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    Speaking of Pride, I took my daughter to her...

    Speaking of Pride, I took my daughter to her first PRIDE event this year, and decided to walk in the parade with her while wearing a "Free Dad Hugs" T-shirt. Many of my daughter's friends talk about...
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    To hear it from Peter Zeihan, Bolton is probably...

    To hear it from Peter Zeihan, Bolton is probably on his way out the door as well. (Longer version of what Gordon just said)
  11. Just wanted to add that the last word I saw was...

    Just wanted to add that the last word I saw was from Dirty Engineer in another thread below this one (I think it's Dirty DNA) where he found that a circuitry issue made the DNA ultimately non-viable....
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    No other website makes me feel quite so much like...

    No other website makes me feel quite so much like I know nothing in comparison to Lawfare Blog. But the content is fascinating and therefore I keep on reading it. I hope that I'll eventually get to...
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    I do wish the author had expanded upon this point...

    I do wish the author had expanded upon this point rather than drop it in:



    What is the mechanism for that to happen? Is this basically arguing to borrow debt and invest the cash as an asset?
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    After two Democratic debates, I find myself most...

    After two Democratic debates, I find myself most interested in Booker, Buttigieg, Castro, and Warren (roughly in that order). I'm not overly excited about seeing Biden as the eventual nominee, but I...
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    I'm really curious about where the car tipping...

    I'm really curious about where the car tipping point will be. Like, when do gas stations start to disappear? Is it at 30% EV / 70% ICE, or will the number need to get higher than that?
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    In going back to re-read the thread, it was much...

    In going back to re-read the thread, it was much better than I gave it credit for at the time. I do wish I played more paintball today. I also know that there's a pretty good chance that if I did, I...
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    Talking about the Paintball Industry was by far...

    Talking about the Paintball Industry was by far and away my favorite part of the sport. So much drama and so many crazy characters to try to follow.
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    I can imagine that took stress off you all to be...

    I can imagine that took stress off you all to be able to show your real selves to your family. Glad to hear it went so well!
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    Yeah, down here all of the shopping carts at Aldi...

    Yeah, down here all of the shopping carts at Aldi are locked up together. You have to pay a quarter to unlock a cart and use it. If you return the cart to the spot where you took it, supposedly there...
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    About six months ago my wife made the decision to...

    About six months ago my wife made the decision to drive past our local grocery store and start shopping at Lidl instead. Lidl is pretty much the same thing as Aldi, only you don't have to pay for...
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    Sticky: Congratulations on your second, Simon :)

    Congratulations on your second, Simon :)
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    I really liked Doug Demuro's fairly recent review...

    I really liked Doug Demuro's fairly recent review of the McLaren F1. There's something about a lot of his videos that rubs me the wrong way as he walks through the car features, BUT... for some...
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    Sometimes Peter Zeihan scares the living crap out...

    Sometimes Peter Zeihan scares the living crap out of me:

    http://zeihan.com/the-art-in-the-forest/
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    You were successful? If so, the feeling I have is...

    You were successful? If so, the feeling I have is relief. Glad you were there.
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    I've been looking at a near-future first car for...

    I've been looking at a near-future first car for my daughter who is coming quickly toward having her license. The top of her list for a first car would be Jeep Liberty, Ford Ranger Reg Cab, and...
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