Tim H.

Tim H.

  • Commented on What happens now?
    Looks to me that the .01% have lost upwards momentum and they're making life miserable for everyone else to compensate. They want a lot of space between them and the little folk even more than they want more....
  • Commented on Covid on Mars
    If you can move that much mass, put a Titan in orbit around Mars. The tides might even restart a magnetic field, so you could keep any air or water you introduced, and a defrosted Titan might be worthwhile....
  • Commented on What happens now?
    A tumbril? Cut short the time he can reflect on his failure? While dancing the hemp fandango might be what he deserves, irrelevance might be a more suitable punishment. BTW, the link was to Roy Clark's "Thank God and...
  • Commented on What happens now?
    For artistic reasons, I'd like to see "Drumph!" leave Washington, D.C. in a Greyhound bus: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tx8x3LCnYZw...
  • Commented on Submarine coming through!
    Something positive to remember: http://www.jewishworldreview.com/0908/3stooges.php3 Comparisons to NAZIs has the problem of making "Drumph!" look competent, but I am still amused that the Howard brothers & Larry Fine mocked Hitler so effectively....
  • Commented on Submarine coming through!
    I believe what's been happening has been degrading the soft power of the U.S., chipping away at our respectability... is it too paranoid to suggest that the goal of contemporary conservatism is to insure that no government can push...
  • Commented on Submarine coming through!
    I liked the '84, built on the fox body, light enough to be fast with an unnaturally aspirated 2.3L....
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    Without a regulatory overhaul, something like the Ami is not a transportation solution in much of the world....
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    I wonder if the "Trumplodytes" remember what became of the brown shirts?...
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    I was using definitions of compact & subcompact that the Department of Transportation uses, by those, compact cars have been a U.S. thing since the autumn of '59 and the Pinto was too short to be a compact by...
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    AFAIK,the Vega existed to make Pinto & Gremlin owners feel better about their choices. Routine maintenance on the contemporary imports was a more expensive proposition, as I don't believe they'd yet implemented hydraulic lash adjustment in their engines, higher...
  • Commented on Submarine coming through!
    There's also the used market, if older EVs get into a price range I could afford*, a range degraded to 100 km would mean I might need to charge it twice weekly, less expensive than even American gasoline. *Working...
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    The Pinto front suspension has had an afterlife in kit cars because of it's compactness*, but if you recognize one, it should be referred to as a "Mustang II" part, lest one give offense. *Also didn't prematurely wear out...
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    But not much worse than contemporary imports, some of which generated a market for aftermarket replacement of ill-considered OEM parts choices. And perhaps, we should not mention the appallingly under powered Chevette....
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    Lighter weight cars are technicably possible, but getting them certified for use on public roads is liable to be more challenging. For example, a European based auto firm eyeing the U.S. market must consider whether a given model will...
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    That you didn't like American subcompacts doesn't mean they didn't exist....
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    Did you mean "Tesla S"? The 3 isn't that much larger than a Golf. But vehicle sizes are getting out of hand in the U.S., especially trucks & SUVs....
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    Concerning the "Malefactors of great wealth", I believe they're in part punishing the Roosevelts, even though TR & FDR are long dead, for suggesting there were concerns more important than money*. *They may also revile Paul Henning for his...
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    I would say that Professor is on to something, and more than just Native Americans. I think the english speaking World needs a return to government with the welfare of the little folk foremost in their consideration, the .01% is...
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    I don't believe the concept was his alone, but Deming isn't the core issue, that is "Does your management team value authority over the business?". This has some bearing on an earlier topic, unions, when a management team reacts...
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    A couple of interesting things about Japanese quality control, they were taught it by Americans (How Americans lost it is another question.), in the American midwest, older Japanese cars are rare, they don't do well on salted highways, some...
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    Widespread screening for PTSD biochem markers in blood might make for a more livable World, if a management person could claim lower than average PTSD markers in workers under her supervision, and hitting performance goals, it could look good...
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    I'll try again, we got this as a reaction to FDR's New Deal, how much worse would it have been if he successfully enacted the Economic Bill of Rights? The complaint of the Mammonites seems to boil down to...
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    Might be worth something to note here that FDR's New Deal that did little more than focus the US government on the well being of the majority annoyed the Mammonites enough to begin what we now know as "Conservatism"....
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    The SCROTUS will likely keep lawyers employed for the remainder of his life without the Federal DOJ lifting a finger, he's also not getting any younger, or eating right and to borrow from Samuel Clemens, his funeral will be...
  • Commented on So you say you want a revolution
    Rude, crude and appropriate for a Mammonite. Also, nice that I wasn't drinking anything when I read that... ;)...
  • Commented on So you say you want a revolution
    Matches my experience, even using Safari on a Mac (Big Sur), if I wish to comment, I use Firefox, which behaves itself....
  • Commented on So you say you want a revolution
    It's the "Supremacy" part that's the issue. but, dominance is what people do when they can't do leadership....
  • Commented on So you say you want a revolution
    I used to know someone* who used "Communist" as an expletive, amusing. *Lung cancer cured his tobacco addiction....
  • Commented on So you say you want a revolution
    Larry Niven wrote an essay, perhaps forty years ago, suggesting, tongue firmly in cheek, coining money from nuclear waste. Wealth would then have a degree of risk....
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