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Making the work a greener place! 
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Doesn't work on Facebook, doesn't work on Flickr, but the animated GIF works here!  30 frames I shrunk down from 24 mp images I was shooting by hand on continuous while out hunting the Link for the mayor. 
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Illegal in most places to have any flashing lights on your vehicle aside from turn signals.

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The mast was broken?  That antenna mast LISTS at $41.39, the actual antenna part it screws into is only $17.15 LIST.  They are screwing you over.
Already talked about my concerns over possible ramifications of turning in my LEAF without its pre inspection and sure enough, it came back to bite me. But it bit me in a spot I was not prepared for. I got a statement chargin...
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ya, I checked into getting it fixed and the main cost was labor. they have to pull the entire headliner to replace it because the base was cracked (whatever happened to flexible antennas?)  when the antenna was broke off. the antenna part that sticks up isn't actually broke. its the black base part that is messed up
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Charges against the brothers were dropped... even though the police internal investigation found no wrong doing on the part of the officers (imagine that...) A police officer pushing you back into a wall and then punching two people neither accused or charged with anything in the jaws... that is just appropriate control force... but the people being punched were looking at felony assault on a police officer for swishing his hand away when attacked.  
 http://www.myfoxdetroit.com/story/23365483/update-charges-dropped-against-brothers-in-video-of-questionable-excessive-police-force

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So an aftermarket tuned AMG that gets 16mpg can outrun the Tesla Model S in the 1/4 by a second... cool.  The Tesla gets about 100mpge and has about a 300 mile range. The AMG has a 21 gallon gas tank (and uses super?) which will get it about 40 miles further than the Tesla... assuming it isn't caught in traffic jams in which case, the Tesla will probably go further on a 'tank'.  Fuel per tank... Tesla "Free" on the highway if it fills up at a Tesla Supercharger station, otherwise about $6 where I live (6.5 cents a KW).  AMG Mercedes... 21 x $3.79 (price I just filled my Regal GS up at, was $4.29 a couple of months ago)... so about $80.  If you are a high buck suit driving up and down the freeways, you might get 485 miles to a tank... good range on a freeway.  Of course no one needs that amount of power, but yes, it spanks the Tesla in the 1/4 mile with it's extra 200+ horsepower on tap when called upon.  I've driven over 200mph on the Autobahn in Germany between Ramstein and Saarbruchen in an old Ruf Porsche... not a car I'd want to drive everyday.  I think I'd want to drive the Tesla everyday and take the long winding way home.
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Interesting tidbit... as a CWP holder you are not required to tell an officer if you are carrying concealed.  BUT, if asked to show a CWP, you are required to show that.  So, you don't have to ID yourself... but if you are a CWP holder you sorta are... they don't need a reason to ask, just says if an officer asks to see it, you must present it.  Reason I bring that up is that it isn't carrying concealed that triggers that requirement, it is having the permit.  So if they want to ID you without your consent... they can ask to see your permit and if you have one, by law you must present it.  Maybe I shouldn't be posting this because I don't know if any police that want to play games have realized that yet.
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Already talked about my concerns over possible ramifications of turning in my LEAF without its pre inspection and sure enough, it came back to bite me. But it bit me in a spot I was not prepared for. I got a statement chargin...
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My guess would be that she doesn't actually ski and had her knees locked for to long waiting for the shot to start and bam, down she went.  Used to see it on a regular basis in the Army when standing in formations out on a parade field while the brass droned on and on.

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I've never leased anything... 
One of the key things coming from a supervisor's meeting earlier this week was that from December 27th to January 20th. There was no days off and that could be extended to mid February.  My 2011 lease ending on January 18th m...
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this my 2nd lease ever with the first being my 2011 LEAF but its a great way to get in cheap. a buy would be several thousand down plus $500 a month (or higher) payments. I wont buy this one unless they come up with a way to retrofit a 150 mile battery pack. I will buy my next LEAF because by then they will have the bigger packs. 
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Saw the new Star Wars movie here, specifically not in 3d since I wear glasses and it tends to be uncomfortable for me. I love the idea of reserved seating and once there came to the conclusion that there really aren't any bad seats. With the stadium style seating (think that is the term), you don't have to worry about your view being blocked by the person in front of you, and you have your own arm rests in the reclining seats, so no bumping elbows with strangers. I really enjoyed the experience. I also noticed that there are two kiosks outside the main doors to purchase tickets at as well as the service counter where I just showed them my phone and got my paper tickets. I'm a bit confused by the low rated reviews where some people with no other reviews complain about the lobby having too much wasted space and being treated badly. The manager complaint might have been real... but the only other review the 'person' has is another 1 star review for a doctor in NC who they won't go back to because of a receptionist. Hope the theater isn't getting sock puppets attacking them in order to make Lakewood Regal seem better than it is. We have to stand out in the cold and the rain in order to get our tickets at that theater in then try to find a seat that doesn't suck. Not complaining about the Regal, just had a much better experience here... and it cost less.
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