Obama's joke of a high speed rail
Obama's joke of a high speed rail with one diesel pulling 3 or 4 cars a
whopping 90 miles an hour. This man? is an idiot. I wonder how many left
wing wackos think that is actually a high speed train. Years ago, one
steam engine could pull 110 cars at 110 miles an hour. I used to drive
down the highway next to a track and clock them at a hundred miles an
hour or more. How long are we going to put up with this illegal alien
traitor from Kenya?
- Riding in a bicycle timetrial
... I've been riding since last summer, and have spent a lot of time since ... Thought I'd share my experiences during an experimental ride ... The ride was 10 miles along a single carriageway road, quite wide, ... behaving quite carefully and passing at distance - many of the cars ...
- Re: Good engineers are never unemployed and never seeking jobs
... cars, driving the subsidy lower. ... needed per route for any given bus arrival frequency. ... Her one-way transit time is 3 hours, on two buses and two trains. ... work (50 miles away) by 10:00 AM. ...
- OT: mazda 323 owners manual
... Being a complete idiot when it comes to cars, ... manual to know which fluid needs topping up after X number of miles, ... how do I arm the immobiliser of a standard factory fitted mazda ...
- Re: Second Heater Core
... Before it hit 100k miles it was rusting through, I rebuilt the head, it was a constant battle to keep it in a good state of tune and the gas mileage wasn't all that great. ... The same still applies though that the modern versions of these cars are much better in almost every way. ... It has more performance than ANY Mustang ever produced and it is for sale TODAY, ... I like it to look good inside and out, handle well, be functional as a daily driver, and maybe even be reliable. ...
- Re: Boondocking in the East
... maybe a dozen cars are parked on space for 100. ... Don't pass up historic markers, travelers rest areas (spaced about 50 miles apart on state roads), scenic viewpoints, boating access and city parks. ... If you color in a band that is about 80 miles wide from the coast from Boston to Richmond and then taper that band to about 15 in the next 200 miles, that will be your "tough to boondock zone". ...