lntl

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lntl,

amazing that building, maintaining, and fueling a fleet of airplanes is more cost effective than a few engines, coaches, and track.

lntl,

if they have minimal capacity for installing/configuring/using software, then sending a USB drive via the postal service should be a strong contender

lntl,

Waiting for the day when Exxon is ‘solarpunk’ too

lntl,

i disagree, once you get your driver’s license you’re able to drive indefinitely

lntl,

good news is that it looks like there’s a neighborhood in the top left that could be demolished to make room for parking and additional lanes

lntl,

yeah, but Kenya can trade the livelihoods of indigenous people for the foreign currencies tourists bring. If the indigenous folks could create this much foreign currency, this wouldn’t be a thing.

lntl,

i can’t imagine she didn’t think she wasn’t going to jail for this

lntl,

at least she got a great photo to share on the pipes

lntl,

I’m not cleaning my house for 40 years!

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lntl,

same as the interstate highway. federally owned alignments, rails, signals, etc enable private operators to offer transport services based out of private yards

lntl,

“How the oil sands are the bedrock of Canada’s economic goals”

lntl,

The Lord knows those that are his own…

lntl, (edited )

The Chevy Bolt starts at $26,500

even though it’s the most affordable electric car in the US, it’s still too much. It’s trying to replace the Spark which started at $13,500

lntl,

why don’t we just burn it?

lntl,

what you seem to be saying is that it burns.

wonder how the pollution created by burning plastic compares to coal and natural gas: could be a clean alternative.

lntl,

i threw a hot tub into a pallet fire with some friends years ago. contrary to what you’re claiming, it produced A LOT of heat.

in fact, the next day the ground was still hot

lntl,

there’s no rule on formatting or how many down votes you can get before getting removed.

i had the idea for this business while in the shower…

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