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So damned true it hurts

RS is doing what all good propagandists do:repeat a lie, repeat a lie, repeat a lie, repeat a lie...

"And it all went down at a bar called The Nuthouse." -- Freep.com

That is very funny, there is a NutHouse bar in Lansing.


Seems like NHTSA should require a ground halt of all effected Tesla cars

This is much different than other recalls, if the seat belt in my car needs a recall -- I am the only one who would be hurt, if a 'self driving' car runs someone over that is significantly different.

There was a problem with gas haulers in Michigan a few years ago, they would break and kill nearby drivers -- the Governor temporarily banned all of them.

Follow the electrons : https://poweroutage.us/

This is a pretty good nation-wide electrical outage map. Right now:

States and territories by customers out
Texas 205,087
Arkansas 45,277
New York 21,365
Mississippi 8,450
Washington 7,730
Last Updated: 2023-02-03 06:06:02 PM EST

I voted for Dianne when she ran for mayor of SF she should retire and help Dems keep the seat

Whether she announces now or next year, she should keep her legacy positive, and avoid any chance of the California Senate seat being lost.

Why does this remind me of telphone sanitisers in Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy ?

From Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

These tales of impending doom allowed the Golgafrinchans to rid themselves of an entire useless third of their population. The story was that they would build three Ark ships. Into the A ship would go all the leaders, scientists and other high achievers. The C ship would contain all the people who made things and did things, and the B Ark would hold everyone else, such as hairdressers and telephone sanitisers. They sent the B ship off first, but of course, the other two-thirds of the population stayed on the planet and lived full, rich and happy lives until they were all wiped out by a virulent disease contracted from a dirty telephone

Is this a good idea? On its face it does not look like it

Someone, I don't recall who and I won't bother searching, said "Personal is Policy" -- I guess we now know the personal.
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