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Max
I'm just a geek with attitude.
Interests: animals, science, computing systems, politics
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Speaking of which, it seems that the feds are selling a bunch of them for around $10,000 apiece, now.
Toggle Commented 4 hours ago on Rain Shadow at MaxRedline
Yes, they're a problem here as well, since most of them are in government.
Toggle Commented 16 hours ago on City Folks at MaxRedline
Thanks, Sam. The coastal update's really appreciated. I didn't find anything on Tillamook, though I know from past experience that they generally get hit.
Toggle Commented 16 hours ago on Rain Shadow at MaxRedline
Ha! I especially like how all of the brass carry around notepads and pens to ensure they don't miss any of Dear Leader's remarks.
Toggle Commented yesterday on The NorKs Are Very Upset at MaxRedline
It seems to be happening all over the place; I read the other day that while crime in the city of Chicago is declining, it's increasing on the CTA. Must be something in the air on those trains.
Everybody's disabled! There, done.
Toggle Commented yesterday on Odor In The Court! at MaxRedline
That has to be it; he's usually out there with Babs Streisand.
Toggle Commented yesterday on Hackers at MaxRedline
Fact: In Portland, Oregon, Obama fed a multitude of 75 thousand with five government subsidy forms and two rolls of red tape.
The way they pack people into those trains - from what I've seen - it seems unlikely that she'd be able to take her bike aboard, let alone her tree.
Glad to be of service!
Toggle Commented yesterday on Cold, Cough, Flu? at MaxRedline
I'm curious as to what sort of "grave consequences" they have in mind.
Toggle Commented yesterday on The NorKs Are Very Upset at MaxRedline
If they're going to exist in the first place, I'd really rather see more controls, like background checks, etc. As it is, they seem a little too loosey-goosey.
Toggle Commented yesterday on Machine Gun America at MaxRedline
Interesting, ZZ - I'd no idea. But yes, it's looking bad; I read an economist's recent view that the chance of default is now 84%.
I'd agree that a lot of it lies there, although the illegals don't help.
Toggle Commented yesterday on Hot New Trend In Portland at MaxRedline
Presumably, she was unable to locate a farmers' market.
Toggle Commented yesterday on Hot New Trend In Portland at MaxRedline
Yes, L.A. and San Francisco both filed suit against the company as well. Our cabs already have an app; the problem seems to be city DOT rules.
Must sound great at parties: I'm a transit criminologist. Since most of these whack-jobs are too stupid to think about cameras, it takes a uniform to get their attention. Riding is too dangerous and time consuming! As a matter of fact, only one member of the Tri-Met board rides even "occasionally".
Dems on an escalator was pretty amusing! The raccoons around here don't seem to do any damage - but then, we don't leave food or garbage out.
Toggle Commented yesterday on City Folks at MaxRedline
I've read that city raccoons seem to learn faster than their rural counterparts.
Toggle Commented yesterday on City Folks at MaxRedline
They pontificate the same way when there's a global warming article.
Possibly them or Tri-Met, but I doubt it. I think they're just your basic, stupid Porkland Regressives. They flock to shiny stuff just like crows do.
Not if you buy the cars in Oregon - but you do have to pay for registration. On the other hand, registration in MultCo is rapidly approaching the costs in Washington.
Haters gotta hate.
Toggle Commented 2 days ago on Machine Gun America at MaxRedline
As you can see, the facade was simply glued on. The concrete and rebar's kind of a different matter, though.
Toggle Commented 2 days ago on Hot New Trend In Portland at MaxRedline
I had much the same thought regarding the helmet - what a maroon. As for wrestling - yeah, her butt off the train.