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2011.12.24 17:52 User17 Eyebombing

Eyebombing is the art of sticking “googly eyes” onto an inanimate object in the public sphere, in a way that cleverly lends the object the appearance of a living creature.

2019.05.16 05:53 FartieJeans Memes related to KM

A deadly frenzy of fists, feet, and memes.

2012.07.09 18:57 thetoethumb Estimation

Ever wondered what the rate of gummi bear combustion needed to power a lawn mower is? How fast do you need to throw a burrito to make it spontaneously ignite? A subreddit dedicated to one of the most useful skills in life. Estimation.

2023.06.01 04:33 autotldr South Korea once again successfully conducted an interception test of a ballistic missile.

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 38%. (I'm a bot)
SEOUL, June 1 - South Korea succeeded in a test of a key homegrown missile interceptor under development earlier this week, the third such success out of four tests so far, as it is cranking up efforts to deter evolving North Korean threats.
On Tuesday, the state-run Agency for Defense Development revealed to the press corps the whole process of the interception test on the Long-range Surface-to-Air Missile at its Anheung testing site in Taean, 109 kilometers southwest of Seoul, for the first time.
The L-SAM is a three-stage structure, including the final-stage "Kill Vehicle." Designed to shoot down an incoming ballistic missile at altitudes of 50-60 kilometers, it is a key element of the country's low-tier multilayered anti-missile shield, called the Korea Air and Missile Defense.
"The L-SAM capability that extends the missile defense to the upper layer of the terminal phase will not only improve the capabilities to respond to North Korean missile threats but also contribute greatly to strengthening the missile defense capability of the South Korea-U.S. alliance," Lee said.
South Korea's KAMD program consists of multiple interception systems, including the Patriot Advanced Capability-3 missile and the Cheongung-II medium-range surface-to-air missile, which are to be employed for interception at altitudes of 40 km or lower.
In addition to this, the U.S. Forces Korea operates a THAAD battery in the southeastern county of Seongju, reinforcing the allies' missile defense capabilities.
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2023.06.01 04:32 Comprehensive-Yak513 I think we should all quit door dash for a week to teach them a lesson

I was assigned $22 for 2 delivery but when I picked up the first order (20 mins 11km from customer) the location for second pick up was at the city centre(5 mins 1 km from customer). Since it’s hard to get parking and traffic is really bad at city I unassigned the second order. I delivered the first order and I was only paid half of $22 which is $11.
I asked support to help me but they said it’s fair and 3 different support disconnected me when I tried to argue. When I unassigned the second order (5 mins 1 km from customer) I thought doordash would only deduct $6-$7 and I would be paid $15-$16. It’s a system glitch which chops the two payments equally for each order but support as a person should understand and pay me Highly disappointed want to accept order and never deliver and quit door dash forever
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2023.06.01 04:11 Comprehensive-Yak513 We should quit door dash all together

I was assigned $22 for 2 delivery but when I picked up the first order (20 mins 11km from customer) the location for second pick up was at the city centre(5 mins 1 km from customer). Since it’s hard to get parking and traffic is really bad at city I unassigned the second order. I delivered the first order and I was only paid half of $22 which is $11.
I asked support to help me but they said it’s fair and 3 different support disconnected me when I tried to argue. When I unassigned the second order (5 mins 1 km from customer) I thought doordash would only deduct $6-$7 and I would be paid $15-$16. It’s a system glitch which chops the two payments equally for each order but support as a person should understand and pay me Highly disappointed want to accept order and never deliver and quit door dash forever
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2023.06.01 03:52 emotionallyimpacted Married Couple Looking to Settle Down, Where to? We live in KC, MO (Bad Times!) and met in PHX

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2023.06.01 03:49 Key_Pen7329 Please help me with new users

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2023.06.01 03:41 axioner Mechanic damaged truck?

Hello all,
So I dropped my truck off today for a routine transmission fluid/filter change, which this shop (Minute Muffler) has done for me before. Last time I believe it came out to about $350. This time, without confirming prices with me, they did the work and left me with a $1000 bill!. On top of this, the mechanic snapped one of the pan bolts while trying to remove them. Apparently with the cork gasket those aren't torqued down, so not sure why it was so seized it snapped. No issues at 60k km change removing those bolts, but seized at 124k km? Anyways, he said to repair it would be up to 5hrs work to remove cross members and tap out the hole. He made it clear I would be footing the bill for that. On top of that, the truck is now throwing an error code which might suggest the entire transmission may be junk somehow? No transmission issues prior to this servicing. I refused to take the truck so he is looking at it tomorrow to figure out the error code.
My question is, would the mechanic be liable for damages incurred during a fluid change, and if he somehow wrecked the transmission? Is there any requirement to disclose exorbitant repair costs prior to proceeding, which he didnt do? I see a long drawn out small claims court fight in my future....
Edit: mechanic called and said error cleared, and it is good to go.
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2023.06.01 03:40 xXBuzzLightSaberXx Getting a New Car

Hi all,
I was just looking for some advice, my current car a 2009 Kia Rio hatch, has been good to me over the past 5 years, but it's starting to become a bit of a money pit in terms of maintenance.
I've been looking at some used cars around the $20k - $25k mark, found a few that I like including a 2020 Kia Cerato for $25k with 42,000 km on the odometer , seems to drive well, but looking at the newer options, for around $30k I could get a Kia Cerato sport with the safety pack and with a full 7 years warranty.
Is it better to buy a newer car with full warranty, or a cheaper used car with only 40,000km?

Edit: the used car I was looking at is actually $25k not $23k.
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2023.06.01 03:34 harry-jg How to Pay Hulu Outside in USA

Can't access Hulu outside the United States? It's as if the universe has conspired against you, demanding you provide a US credit card and asking you to physically be in the country. This becomes particularly vexing when you're on a vacation in, say, Paris, and all you want is to binge-watch your favourite show while munching on a croissant. Turns out, renewing your subscription can be as complicated as explaining the plot of a time-travel movie to your grandmother.
So here's the trick: You need a VPN. Hulu, being the sly fox that it is, looks at your IP address to see if you're within the good ol' USA. But a VPN, with its digital cloak of invisibility, lets you masquerade as a Yank, regardless of your actual whereabouts. Meaning, you could be sipping sake in Tokyo or riding a camel in Egypt, but Hulu will think you're eating apple pie in the heartland.
Through diligent labour, my team and I scrutinized over 60 VPNs designed to finagle Hulu's geoblocks. And standing tall among the crowd, we have ExpressVPN. It's the Brad Pitt of VPNs, offering multiple US servers and lightning-fast speeds to let you access Hulu without as much as a hiccup. And just to sweeten the deal, you can take ExpressVPN for a spin without any risk, as it's protected by a 30-day money-back guarantee. If it doesn't tickle your fancy, getting your money back is as easy as pie.
Getting Cozy with Hulu Globally: A VPN's Role in Your Streaming Escapades
Ever tried to access Hulu outside the United States? It's like attempting to communicate with a mime—nearly impossible and often met with an unamused silence. Hulu, with its treasure trove of binge-worthy content, unfortunately, dons an armor of licensing restrictions that keep it securely tethered to the Land of the Free. Its digital gatekeepers, aptly called geoblocks, detect the non-US IP address and give you a digital cold shoulder. And if you thought that's the end of your woes, there's more! Setting up a new Hulu account would need a US credit card, a hurdle that's hard to leap.
In these dire times, one can count on the prowess of a Virtual Private Network (VPN). Picture a VPN as a savvy undercover agent, masterfully disguising your IP address as if you're lounging on a couch somewhere in New York, even when you're actually sunbathing in Barcelona. A VPN juggles your internet traffic, directing it through a server of your choice, thereby replacing your original IP address with a shiny new one from the chosen location. This high-tech sleight of hand can bamboozle streaming platforms into thinking you're within their allowed borders.
In layman's terms, pick a VPN server located in the US and voila! You get a US IP address. When Hulu gazes upon this borrowed IP, it believes you're a proud dweller of Uncle Sam's land, lifting the barriers. Suddenly, signing up, renewing subscriptions, and accessing your beloved Hulu shows become a cakewalk, no matter where on the globe you're perched.
Imagine you're trying to sprint a marathon on stilts - pretty inconvenient and unstable, right? Now swap those stilts with a pair of world-class running shoes, and suddenly you're Usain Bolt. That's precisely the upgrade ExpressVPN offers when you're trying to subscribe to Hulu or streaming in Ultra High Definition.
In a test of virtual athleticism, ExpressVPN's New York, Dallas, and Chicago servers gave a stunning performance. Clocking in at an average speed of 91 Mbps, they fell only a hair short of my prime 100 Mbps connection. It’s like running a race and placing a close second to a cheetah. Given that you need merely a humble 25 Mbps to stream in UHD, this VPN crosses the finish line with excessive energy to spare. Even when I indulged in a hair-raising episode of American Horror Story, buffering was a foreign concept.
In addition to its impressive speed, ExpressVPN offers a roster of 24 US locations, akin to a digital buffet of options for connecting to Hulu on your world travels. Even from the other side of the world (9,153 km away, to be exact), my New Jersey server stood like a steadfast guard, ensuring my connection remained unbroken.
What's more, ExpressVPN’s MediaStreamer acts as a secret decoder ring, enabling you to watch Hulu on devices that usually don't shake hands with VPNs. PlayStation, Xbox, or even that one smart TV you got at a Black Friday sale years ago; all can be brought into the fold. The setup process was quicker than making a microwave popcorn bag. Simply jot down a code from your ExpressVPN account dashboard, feed it into your smart TV’s network settings, and voila! I found myself catching up on Hulu shows on my antiquated Samsung Tizen TV with no hiccups.
While ExpressVPN might ask for a few more pennies than its fellow VPN services, the sheer performance justifies the price tag. It's like paying extra for a VIP concert ticket - you're assured of the best experience. And with a 30-day money-back guarantee, you can test drive it on Hulu, no strings attached. And if you decide it's not your cup of tea, their customer support is there to process your refund without quibble. They’re rather nice about it, really.
Picture CyberGhost as the highly competent butler of your digital mansion, ensuring a seamless Hulu streaming experience. This ace up the VPN sleeve not only provides fast and reliable connections but serves them with a silver platter specifically designed for Hulu. Imagine a world where buffering is as extinct as dial-up internet, all thanks to CyberGhost’s Hulu-optimized servers. I frolicked in this paradise while renewing my subscription using their Miami server.
Using CyberGhost's Hulu-optimized servers is like walking through an automatic door; it's a breeze. The interface is as user-friendly as a Labrador puppy. A simple peck on your keyboard typing "Hulu" in the search bar under the "For streaming" tab, and you're given a list of servers that are specially designed to work magic on Hulu. Better still, some of these servers have undergone a digital personal training regimen to optimize their performance for Fire Stick and Android TV specifically.
While CyberGhost may not be as predictably consistent as ExpressVPN, akin to a weather forecast, its connections still hold strong. Think of it like a relay race with the US, UK, and Australia servers, each passing the baton without letting the speed dip below an 82 Mbps average. I was treated to uninterrupted feasts of "Santa Evita" and "House of the Dragon" in Ultra High Definition, without so much as a single awkward pause or hiccup.
Private Internet Access
Imagine a scenario where you have a myriad of IP addresses at your disposal for streaming Hulu like a monarch, that's exactly what PIA offers. This VPN is a playground teeming with server options in the US, reducing your chances of being in the middle of an overcrowded digital mosh pit. Trust me, you'd prefer your own breathing room when renewing your Hulu subscription, which I did with as much ease as butter sliding off a hot knife. With such an extensive server network, you have a buffet of alternative routes should Hulu unexpectedly pull the roadblock on one.
What sets PIA apart from the crowd is its penchant for personalization. Think of it as the bespoke suit of VPN apps. This little wonder comes with an array of widgets that are as flexible as a yoga instructor, ready to twist and bend to suit your interface aesthetic. Additionally, it hands you the reins of encryption, allowing you to choose between the Fort Knox of security - the AES 256-bit encryption, or the slightly more fleet-footed but still quite secure AES 128-bit encryption.
Now, this plethora of customization options could be a bit like being lost in a tech version of Narnia for the newly initiated. It's a lot to take in. But give it a little time, a few exploratory clicks and swipes, and you'll find the app's interface becomes as familiar and easy to navigate as your favorite neighborhood bistro.
Five Secret Passages to Hulu Land Without a US Credit Card in 2023
Juggling through the nuances of signing up for Hulu, especially without a US credit card, can make your head spin faster than a hamster on a wheel. So let's pop the lid off Pandora's box and unveil the five undercover methods to bring Hulu to your fingertips.
Before you sprint into action, let's cross off a couple of quick checks:
Make sure to equip yourself with a VPN. Any VPN on my coveted shortlist should do the trick, but I would tilt my hat towards ExpressVPN. It zips along at breakneck speeds and boasts a generous offering of US servers to select from
Now you're in the right gear, but you need to be in the right place. As Hulu only pays house visits to those who reside in the US (virtually, of course), that's where you should connect.
With these quick checks done and dusted, you're ready to proceed. Brace yourself as we unveil the five secret scrolls to gain access to the tantalizing world of Hulu.
MyGiftCardSupply: Your Key to Unlock Hulu's Magic Box
A Hulu gift card from MyGiftCardSupply is your golden ticket to the land of unlimited entertainment.
Step 1: Buying a ticket. Venture into the online bazaar of MyGiftCardSupply, and procure a Hulu gift card ranging from $25 to $100. The amount depends on how deep you want to dive into the ocean of Hulu content. Be sure to sign up if you haven't already - think of it as a friendly handshake.
Step 2: Sniff out the code. Once the gift card purchase is complete, you'll receive an email with the precious code. Open it, and gently copy the code.
Step 3: Claim your prize. Stride confidently to Hulu's redemption page, type in your hard-earned code, and create your account. Do remember to use a US address and zip code when signing up – they are quite particular about that.
Step 4: Let the show begin. Slide into Hulu's log-in page and gently type in your shiny new credentials.
Step 5: The Grand Finale. Now it's time to sit back, relax, and bask in the glory of endless entertainment on Hulu. Step into your personal streaming universe and enjoy the show!
Hitching a Ride on iTunes US: Your Unconventional Route to Hulu
Now, let's stroll down a different route, this time, a path known as 'iTunes US.'
Step 1: Set up camp in the Land of Apple. Visit Apple's website and pitch your digital tent by creating a new account. Consider this your personal American outpost in the universe of iTunes.
Step 2: Stock up on provisions. Replenish your digital coffers either directly through iTunes or via a US iTunes gift card, which is akin to your secret stash of apple cider in the cellar.
Step 3: Summon Hulu. Type "Hulu" into the search bar and download the app. Much like calling a pet, it'll come running and install itself onto your device.
Step 4: Enter the realm of Hulu. Use your iTunes funds to either get a shiny new plan or renew an existing subscription, and then log into your Hulu account. This is you officially checking into the grand Hulu Hotel.
Step 5: Savour the spectacle. With all these steps complete, you're now in a position to pay for and enjoy your Hulu account. It's time to kick back and indulge in the smorgasbord of entertainment that Hulu has to offer.
Hopping onto the Hulu Train with a Prepaid US Card: A Thrifty Globetrotter's Guide
Let's now venture down a pragmatic avenue, namely the 'Prepaid US Card' route.
The first station is "Prepaid US Card Central". You'll need to navigate your way to VISA or MasterCard, where you can choose your ticket – the prepaid card.
Next, we arrive at "Funds Station". Here, you need to fuel up your prepaid card. This can be done directly or by transferring money from your bank account, given that your card of choice supports such cheery transfers.
Having acquired your ticket and made sure it's packed with funds, it's time to board the Hulu Express at the "Hulu Account Terminal". Here, you'll need to check-in, select a subscription plan, and jot down the necessary particulars.
We're almost there. The last stop before you start your entertainment journey is "Registration Point". Here, you pay for the service using your shiny new prepaid card. Now, if this doesn't work for some reason, perhaps the ticket machine is being obstinate, don't fret – just try the gift card method instead.
With the ticketing process complete, you're all set to start watching. It's time to sit back, kick off your shoes, and let the Hulu Express whisk you away into a world of non-stop entertainment, right outside of the USA.
PayPal Your Way to Hulu Paradise: A Modern Maverick's Approach
Welcome to the "PayPal method", a trail favored by modern mavericks, digital nomads, and online shopping aficionados.
Begin this journey by constructing your own digital finance fortress – a PayPal account. You'll need to swing by PayPal and ensure you're setting up a US account. Now, it's imperative that you get this right, because Hulu can be a bit snobbish when it comes to foreign PayPal accounts. If setting up a US PayPal account starts to feel like trying to lasso a greased pig, simply revert to our old reliable – the gift card method.
Having established your PayPal account, you're now ready for the next leg of the journey. Head on over to Hulu, strut your stuff, and log in using your credentials.
Next up, it's time to pay the piper... or rather, the subscription. If your account is a newborn, fresh out of the internet womb, you can also kick off a free trial.
With these steps accomplished, it's time to kick back and start watching. Dive headlong into the ocean of your favorite Hulu shows, and swim around in the thrill of it all.
StatesCard: Your Magic Carpet Ride to Hulu Bingeing
Behold, the wonders of StatesCard, the 21st-century magic carpet ride to the land of Hulu bingeing!
Your journey starts at the port of StatesCard, where you'll need to carve out your digital presence by clicking the "Sign Up" button. Having successfully become a part of the club, add a little bit of that digital money to make it official.
Your next stop is Hulu. Log in with your carefully crafted credentials or take a bold step and create a whole new identity for yourself (strictly on Hulu, of course).
Once settled in, it's time to pay the virtual ferryman. Use the card information you secured from your new friend, StatesCard, to pay for or renew your Hulu subscription. If you do this right, you'll have successfully purchased your ticket to endless entertainment.
Having accomplished these milestones, you're now fully armed and ready to embark on the Hulu adventure. Sit back, relax, and let the world of your favorite Hulu shows envelop you.
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2023.06.01 03:18 IXCenturion salvage fighters can't reach station wreckage

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2023.06.01 03:15 kmasterofdarkness I used to be a radiant, searing hot sphere of plasma in the sky. Then I took an arrow to the face.

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2023.06.01 03:09 MacGyver7640 [WTS] World Gold: 50 pesos 1947, 1946, 1945 & 50 pesos 1943 (no denomination - Slabbed MS64), Uruguay 5 pesos

[Pics/Proof/Video Album]
Here to sell some gold to fund my silly-expensive numismatic coin purchases. Recently bought the most expensive coin yet...
See videos for all coins. See pmforsalefeedback over 120 sold (all gold). PMs please. All coins include Airtite capsules (except if noted or slabbed). Spot is US$1,966 at time of posting.
I update my posts promptly for availability and will list as expired if they are.
- 50 pesos, 1947, 1.2057oz gold, MS/UNC [KM#481] **$2,465*\* [Video]
-50 pesos, 1946, 1.2057oz gold, MS/UNC [KM# 481] **$2,480*\* [Video]
- 50 pesos, 1945, 1.2057oz gold MS/UNC [KM#481] **$2,480*\* [Video]
- 50 pesos, 1943 (no denomination), 1.2057oz gold, MS64 [KM#482] **$2,650 SOLD*\* [Video]
- 5 pesos, 1930, 0.2502oz gold, MS [KM #27] **$510*\* [Video]
All coins tested with a Kee gold tester (a highly regarded tester). I am not qualified to vouch for the specific grade or provenance of the particular coin (the KM# identification and grade estimation is to the best of my knowledge). Refer to my pictures and/or videos as that is the specific coin that you will receive.
Payment: Cashapp, Paypal FF, Venmo, Zelle. No notes, please. Sorry, no crypto.
Shipping at cost: $4 for USPS First Class bubble mailer with tracking or $8 USPS priority, all U.S. only. Not responsible for any item that shows as “delivered” (i.e.: not responsible for porch pirates). Shipping NEXT BUSINESS DAY.
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2023.06.01 02:52 JordanianPrince11 Opinion on leasing vs financing

Hello, I’ve posted about my totalled RDX a couple hours ago but I would like to hear what people have to say about leasing new Acura cars. If you have leased before or thinking about it. Is it cheaper than buying the car? Say if you want to lease for a short period like 3 years or so. My previous car had one owner before me and it was leased since 2020 and he put around 52k km on it (32k miles) I was thinking of leasing a new vehicle from the Acura dealership near me but I want to know what others experiences first before I start looking at cars. Thanks
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2023.06.01 02:34 dyvenm is this oil pressure something too be worried about. it is a little lower than usual

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2023.06.01 02:30 glo75001 Auli Travel Package By Global Pah Holidays

Auli Travel Package

As uttarakhand’s local travel agent, we will offer you best auli travel package. Before that you should know some facts about the place. Auli is located in Uttarakhand’s Chamoli district, near the world-famous holy temple of Badrinath, and is surrounded by snow-capped peaks of the Garhwal Himalayas. Auli’s well-dressed slopes are surrounded by coniferous and oak forests, which offer a panoramic view of mountains, at an altitude of 2,500 to 3,050 m above sea level. Find yourself at Auli, among the high peaks Nanda Devi and Mana Parbat, if you’re looking for adventure, excitement, and frolic this winter.
Feel the rush of air on your face as you go skiing on the well-kept snow slopes, blazing a bold trail. On a blanket of snow, pummelled each other with snowballs. Let your eyes feast if you’re a lover of natural beauty.


Airplane – Jolly Grant Airport in Dehradun, roughly 300 kilometres from Auli, is the closest airport. Dehradun’s Jolly Grant Airport is a domestic airport located around 20 kilometres from the city centre.
By train, there are railway stations in Rishikesh, Haridwar, and Dehradun. Rishikesh is the closest railhead to Auli (250 km approx). Auli may be reached via bus or taxi from Rishikesh.
By Road – Joshimath is 16 kilometres apart by road from Auli. Between Joshimath and Rishikesh, state transport buses run often (253 km). Between Joshimath and Rishikesh (253 km), Haridwar (277 km), Dehradun (298 km), and Delhi (298 km), Local Transport Union buses and State Transport buses run (500 km). Auli may be reached via ropeway, bus, or cab from Joshimath.
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2023.06.01 02:28 harryorgans81 Time to Upgrade

Hello Reddit Family!
I’ve been riding an XT250 for the past 3 years - and while it’s been exceptional off road, sometimes getting to the trails (especially going 100+ km/h) isn’t so comfortable. I’m looking to get something bigger and more comfortable on longer trips. What are people loving these days? I know a “do it all” bike doesn’t exist, but I’d love to be more comfortable at higher speeds/longer seat time. I’m not doing single track - mainly two track or dirt/gravel fire routes.
Thanks in advance :)
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2023.06.01 02:18 rAhmed_Aref Another Heart Rate test after the last update for GTR 4 vs Huawei Watch Fit

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2023.06.01 02:12 That_Car_Dude_Aus Why do people need 1,000+km (600+mi) of Range?

So I'm an Australian, I mean, it's not as cast and barren as Russia or Mongolia, but it's pretty much up there.
I want to go visit family in Canberra and it's 1,231km (750mi) between where I live in Brisbane and them, and I don't go through any other city to do that.
But there is enough density of chargers and EVSE's along the highway for me to make that trip in almost any EV that is not a Mitsubishi iMiev or a Nissan Leaf.
I drive 52 km to work every day and 52 km home for a daily commute of 100 km
And this is in a country where the average person does 36 km a day.
And another thing, at most, even car guys in Australia were surveyed and said the maximum they would drive without stopping was around 4 hours, which to be fair, is probably about the bladder stamina of the average person.
In fact, I imagine that the average person would do less than 4 hours in a hit.
I mean, even the thirstiest EV in an F150 Lightning is around 317Wh/km
So per day I'd use ~33kWh
I sleep around 8 hours a night
So that's ~56kWh of charging each night while I sleep on a 7kW EVSE, so I'd be able to top up one of the thirstiest EV's
So where does this super high range requirement come from? I mean, there's plenty of petrol cars on the market that don't get that.
I mean, google tells me a Toyota Corolla has a 43l tank and a fuel economy of 8.6l/100km, which is a range of 500km
A Camry uses 9.3l/100km and has a tank of 50 litres, so that's a 537km range.
I mean, I'd consider a Camry and a Corolla to be roughly equal to a Leaf or a Polestar 2, cars that people say should do 1,000km on a charge?
Maybe this kind of discourse is just something that is only prevalent in Australia?
Where did this "magic" 1,000km number come from?
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2023.06.01 02:11 Apache_1941 Thoughts on our proposed neighbor the state of Jefferson?

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2023.06.01 02:05 Odd_Statistician6625 Good buy?

Good buy?
Anyone knows what was original MSRP for this?
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2023.06.01 01:54 NapTimeFapTime Trails all the way to work!?

I started a new job Tuesday. I need to be in the office 3 days per week. I learned that i can bike to work entire using bike trails. It’s a little over 15 miles (24-25 km). I did 11 miles of the ride there and back in a straight shot tonight. I think I can do the whole ride on my road bike in about an hour and 10 minutes or so.
I’ll probably only have the energy to bike once per week on a road bike, but if I got an e-bike, I would be able to cut that commute time down pretty dramatically, and would be able to bike 2 or 3 days per week depending on the weather. Is it worth it to save up for a commuter bike? I’m thinking an e-bike would make other trips more feasible by bike as well.
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2023.06.01 01:53 SomberEditz Got my first 30 bomb in squads. Overall we got 39 kills as a squad.

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2023.06.01 01:47 stijlkoch Alerta de golpe no Posto Atlântico D’América, no Boa Vista.

Alerta de golpe no Posto Atlântico D’América, no Boa Vista.
Galera, vim alerta-los sobre o posto em questão, que fica na Lodovico Geronazzo, bem na esquina.
Fui abastecer e os frentistas pediram para trocar a água do pára-brisa. Enquanto pagava, eles disseram que estava com problema na bomba X que leva até o radiador e disseram que fariam a manutenção por R$70. Aceitei e quando eles foram efetuar a troca, disseram que precisaram utilizar mais produtos então ficou a R$280.
Estranhei e nessa hora chegou outro cara reclamando que eles fizeram o mesmo com o carro da esposa dele e com outras pessoas que foram abastecer.
Nisso me recusei a pagar os R$280 e eles aceitaram os R$70, porque perceberam que muitas pessoas repararam o golpe, sempre o mesmo de trocar a água ligada à bomba do radiador.
Procurando o posto no Google, percebi mais reviews do mesmo tipo e demais reclamações!
Se possível alertem seus familiares, pois o alvo deles são pessoas em vulnerabilidade.
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