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It's time for new tires. Thinking about changing wheels. What do yall think and which ones yall like
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>>1589382
>all that bullshit
...a phone mount? a water bottle?
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>>1589410
the amorall
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>>1589303
Jus so you know, if india didn't exist then computers wouldn't exist as india created the number system and 0, india is also responsible for 90% of western medicines and you probably wouldn't be alive if india didn't exist. after reading your comment, i wonder why your mother didn't instantly abort you to prevent you becoming a fucking stupid, racist, xenophobic and hypocritical piece of shit human being.
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>>1594612
poo in the fucking loo sanjay
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>>1594612
open bob

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Driving a car is so difficult, you have to constantly pay attention. Even crosswind landing is much easier than parallel parking.
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o
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Space

Airplanes have a lot of it. Cars are crammed into streets.
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>>1595805
This. Don't have to constantly avoid hitting stuff in the air. Also three dimensions of movement vs just two.
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>>1593567
If the plane has autopilot it's the easiest thing. Only have to fly manually on takeoff and landing really.
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>>1593492
>why do things get harder when you add an extra dimension to the mix

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A lot of old road bikes I'm looking at have an extra tube next to the seat tube. What is it and what does it do?
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dumb ghostbumper
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>>1591486
wait... how did this post get bumped? wheres the post?
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>>1591486
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>>1594464
https://archive.nyafuu.org/n/thread/1497918/#1594459
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>>1594506
>https://archive.nyafuu.org/n/thread/1497918/#1594459
Oh

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There should be PSAs telling people how to drive in traffic.

Would save billions.
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>>1595554
You are in a very small minority then.
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>>1595555
I'm not no one, though.
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>>1595559
You're right. You're 1 person.
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>>1595552
>Why wouldn't you be pissed over a nonsense barrier to a career, bud?
Not getting a job at Burger King when you were 18 wouldn't be a barrier to a career. They had probably hired people like you who didn't have reliable transportation and got burned, so they just stopped hiring people who didn't drive

You have a mental problem
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>>1595237
>PSAs telling people how to drive
Tweet the video to their phone while they are driving.

How do we get people back on transit?
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>>1580907
New York was the poster child of it working. From 1993 until 2017 NYC subscribed to "Broken Windows Policing" which meant throwing the book at petty crime in the belief it would deteriorate into major crime if ignored as a major simplification. In this time crime in New York did drop dramatically, and it's reputation changed from violent hell-hole to modern metropolis and tourist destination.

There have been claims that this was merely correlation rather than causation because the national crime rate was also decreasing and some cities saw a bigger drop. In 2017 the "proactive" approach was ditched and in the immediate months that followed major crime did not spike so they ended their policies for good. Now OP is asking why New York has become a violent dystopia 3 years later indicates that there is still correlation, I'm sure you can find experts in their field who will say this is just a coincidence though.
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I feel like all those crimes can be SUNNARISED AS


N!GGERs
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Shanghai Metro running just fine, they're adding stations in Beijing. The fall of America is all around us.
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>>1596094
Lead paint
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>>1580214
Lol most feminists get off on rape

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Ha ha, this is so crazy it just might work!
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>>1592085
London City Airport was built on a derelict dock that has been abandoned for years, not a public park enjoyed by thousands of people.
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>>1592065
>>1592058
>>1592121
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>>1592058
sounds like a great idea Osama
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>>1592085
london city is far away from the actual city centre, that area(docklands) was a shithole 20 years ago
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>>1592225
>Megacity One-tier 'skyscraper'
>For an airport
You could fit a city's worth of inhabitants in that one building, this is Coruscant material

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shifting with this
https://youtu.be/nrnb-mvqd3s

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/n/ Strava

Forever Shinkansen on strava.

we love trains.
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>>1594855
My Garmin and Zwift just syncs to strava, pretty much no effort. Dont use it for commute rides around town
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>>1596297
>putting zwift rides on strava
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>>1596334
stay mad boomer
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>>1594441
Is it really wrong to wear a plain t-shirt and some gym shorts? I don't want to buy Lycra
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>>1596349
it's not wrong
it's not wrong to go swimming on a t-shirt and gym shorts either, if you get my point

Pan Am was asking for it.
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>>1595858
[spoiler]http://www.nycaviation.com/2014/03/we-gaan-the-horror-and-absurdity-of-historys-worst-plane-crash/22569[/spoiler]
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>>1595823
was getting lost part of your plan?
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>>1596240
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>>1596240
Of course.
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>>1596263
It still blows my mind that out of all the tributes from these "pilot forums", they managed to use the fucking Baneposting one.

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I miss the old Eurostar livery. Why is change a good thing?
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>>1592337
its the livery plus im not a brit so ive never seen them irl
>>1592349
yeah
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>>1592281
GNER made the best use - livery wise - of the TMST
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>>1592321
I liked the TMST, ultimately, though, not for the reason you'd probably expect.
I took the Eurostar from Brussels to London in 2017, but I live in Ireland, so it's not a journey that would ever be something I'd normally experience, but I was in Germany at the time, and decided to take the ICE to Brussels and then the Eurostar.

Regardless, the TMST was pretty nostalgic for me, not because I had been on one before, but because I had used the Belfast-Dublin Enterprise train a lot. At that time, they had "modernised" and totally redone the interior, but the original interior was to the Eurostar spec, and was manufactured by DeDeitrich (a coach builder which was absorbed into Alsthom).
Having the exact same seats, tables and carpets was something I didn't expect to be immediately familiar with, despite having never been on the TMST before.
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>>1592336
Same here
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>>1592303
The styling cues now are shit. Anything white with a monocolor wavy band can go straight back to hell.

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Fixed Gear General
Cannondale track edition
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>>1592732
it's so you can choose your own pedal/shoe system, including fancy clipless pedals on a prebuilt bike would be a waste when a lot of customers would just take them off, better to include some cheap plastic pedals for test rides and for normies or not include pedals at all
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>>1577674
>rear brake
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>>1595719
>>>/reddit/
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>>1595724
Good one, kid.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1355yV-eCUI

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Look at our little boy trying his best.
You go, little angle man

They're just incredible to look at. Smooth uninterrupted asphalt with clear and sharp white markings on the road. No oil spills or stains to be seen. There aren't many manholes or access points and those that are there blend into the streetscape perfectly. Everything feels freshly built when in reality it's probably been there for years.
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Well in Finland we have to deal with snow ice etc. which deforms the roads also studded tyres etc.
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>>1591615
>>1592007
>invest money into maintenance
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>>1591205
A lot of developed countries have regulations on what can legally drive on their roads. In the US, if it meets a small check list, it's good enough
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Big AMERICAN penis crack pavemen
our penis sooo small does not crack ground
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this thread belongs on /o/

Oil companies should be held liable for climate change, since they’ve known what they were doing for several decades.

https://archive.is/aT12S
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>>1586701
I stepped on a bug. That insect's progeny could've saved MILLIONS from starvation! Therefore, I must be held responsible.
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>>1586701
So by that logic, gay men literally murdered 32.7 million people and soon many millions more because they started transmitting HIV/AIDS in 1981.
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>>1586691

...by that logic: every single person having gas heating in their house, every single person who bought more than a drop of petrol (gas in burgerlanguage...), everyone on earth for his ancestors participating on the steam era, because it began with burning coal in trains, factories and homes...

Blaming big oil is comfortable but not correct, it should be all of us who let big oil become big...
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>>1586941
>Ok explain how you will heat millions of homes in the mid west during winter nights?
chuck some wood, pussy
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>>1589237
>(you) should also be held liable for the consumption of said products since (you) were an integral part of their business model.
did they ever actively lie to people to make them think climate change wasnt affected by their fuels?

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Buttigieg has called for dismantling urban freeways and building EV charging stations around our cities.
While I was extremely skeptical at first, I have some hope for him now that he's talking about bringing down urban freeways.
Still have to wait and see what he does about transit.
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>>1589013
>>1589015
That faggot was mayor of a major city. He might have pretty good idea how to handle urban transport and traffic. 100k pop on city proper, around 350k on metropolitan area, 700k on statistical area. Also likely the next US secretary of transportation.
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>>1595989
Based
>>1596028
Crigne consoomer.
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>>1595989
Conversions will never be as efficient as vehicles designed to be EV's from the start. That being said,
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>>1596103
the thing is, old car already paid out its efficiency tax in manufacturing, if you reuse everything but the drivetrain you'll be a dozen years ahead of a brand new car in terms of carbon and pollution footprint
besides, even that is not a given, old cars are generally lighter and plenty of them like old insight or audi a2 are still more aerodynamic than new cars
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I think the most economical market for conversions would be fleet vehicles like panel vans and light/medium pickups. There are tens of thousands of them running around in light commercial service (contractors, repairmen, delivery, etc.) right now that never leave a small/metro area, don't need to go particularly fast nor carry heavy loads, and sit parked at night.




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