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Scoring weed in Iceland by Molly Gimblemuck - Wed, 08 Feb 2017 09:46:50 EST ID:J3OwSiMu No.34792 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm going to Iceland in march for an internship, and was considering to conceal some weed on my body, but after some recent terrorist attacks I've changed my mind and rather not risk it.

Are here any native Icelands from the capital that could help me score some, or recommend me the best places to look for? I will be staying in the northern part of Reykjavik, near Kopavogur.

>pic unrelated


Homeless in Canada by Polly Churryhall - Fri, 06 Jan 2017 09:38:32 EST ID:C+yg+vyx No.34649 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm American and I want to backpack and hitchhike through Canada this summer. My plan is hike north along the Appalachian trail, cross the border, then journey west. I've been homeless in Europe and Japan before so I'm so stranger to this lifestyle. Anyone done this? Anything I should watch out for? Anywhere I need to visit?
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Hugh Berrymit - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 10:09:25 EST ID:6qfnABVU No.34692 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34649
Good luck, anon. Keep us updated. I unfortunately don't have any advice.
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James randi - Fri, 27 Jan 2017 07:14:37 EST ID:ToeGrw/9 No.34740 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Bump for interest.

Dosent Japan have extremely strict anti vagrancy laws?
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Basil Grandwill - Fri, 27 Jan 2017 10:38:23 EST ID:G/Qp/BDp No.34746 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34669
>mfw die of cold because ate all the doritos.
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Ian Buzzfield - Fri, 03 Feb 2017 22:07:08 EST ID:vicGbwJ5 No.34782 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I hope you have good shoes.
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Nigel Dartham - Sun, 05 Feb 2017 15:28:44 EST ID:wRYrCGmj No.34786 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>I've been homeless in Europe and Japan before so I'm so stranger to this lifestyle.

got a blog m8? wanna read about it


How would you feel about a car company by Simon Billingman - Fri, 30 Dec 2016 04:08:23 EST ID:89I+ti8q No.34628 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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That released cheap, but expertly made vehicles? using technology that is an absolutely refined version of mid 80's to late 90's vehicle technology. These vehicles will be simple, something you could work on. Almost no computer systems on board. No traction control, and on the "higher end" models only rudimentary, but perfected, ABS and power steering. Little four-pot motors of that era could get great gas mileage. But imagine the simplicity of that era refined with modern manufacturing. Pickup trucks designed for work, robust, Yet cheap enough to be banged around and actually used for work. Coupes designed to be light, with direct cable throttle and brakes. Obviously they wouldn't perform like modern cars, but would rather be a super refined version of cars from the mid 80's to the late 90's. If something went wrong they'd be simple enough for you to tear down to their base components to repair and modify yourselves.

I think it is a little bit silly. But that is my dream. I don't know how such a car company would perform. I believe that it wouldn't do very well. But would you buy something that say, has the utmost performance of a late 80's Toyota Corolla that is brand new and refined for super cheap?

I just think that a car company could make huge strides forwards if they absolutely mastered their older technology and sold it for far cheaper than the new, modern cars. Plus they'd be hella fun to drive, and work on, and modify.

IDK, maybe that's just me. But I feel that refining, and mastering older tech, and selling it for cheap, is something a new car company could thrive off of. Plus it'd be good fun. Admit it. Having a car without power steering, ABS, taction control, etc. While having direct cable interface with the controls for instant response. mmmph. Damn that sounds like a wet dream.

And at the very least for work vehicles, something more robust and easier to work on than a Hilux just has some appeal.
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Archie Blarringdale - Mon, 30 Jan 2017 13:20:00 EST ID:+qgaWwBw No.34771 Ignore Report Quick Reply
As someone who drives a lot of new cars on a regular basis I can confirm that most of them are soulless computers with wheels.
Everything is going electric nowadays from steering to throttle response.
You can literally floor a new Ford Escape and wait over one second before you get any sort of throttle response.
Like any industry, the product is made according to what the consumer wants.
That's part of why every goddamn car is so big nowadays.
Consumers want more electronics and more space for our fat GMO fed asses.
Mini coopers are fucking giant.
And for the most part, consumers dont give a fuck about how the vehicle actually drives.
All that matters is that you have 4 cup holders and a touch screen.
Manual transmissions are a thing of the past, as well as "good handling" lightweight cars.
Not to mention that you can barely do any work yourself anymore. Everything is hidden behind cheap plastic bullshit.
Most owners never even pop the hood to check oil.
The 90's flourished with proper built sport cars that were also affordable.
Now your options are very thin.
Every company has about one "sports car" in the line up and most are pretty disappointing for the price point.
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Nell Cishlock - Mon, 30 Jan 2017 21:04:01 EST ID:Cz8UZMGC No.34772 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34771
I want to come in and say there are some good hip-hop groups in the underground but yeah, when I get in my fagged out mobile entertainment system, Sirius XM has like 10 channels of hip-hop on only 1 plays anything decent occasionally. The rest is literally unlistenable shit.
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Fanny Blillerbadge - Tue, 31 Jan 2017 00:22:56 EST ID:IDWvqyl6 No.34773 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34628

>Plus it'd be good fun. Admit it.

>a car without power steering

>like a wet dream
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Henry Seffingspear - Wed, 01 Feb 2017 00:10:49 EST ID:G/Qp/BDp No.34774 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34628
You had me ad mid 80s to late 90s.
Best era for cars. Just getting a good handle on aerodynamics. Every thing is a tuner car. No computer assists is normal.

I would put money on an 80s car over any thing today on the touge. Too many assists to bugger your speed.
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Albert Perrysudging - Mon, 06 Feb 2017 23:14:05 EST ID:Hjmh4FzK No.34787 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34773
Some people like the direct feel of a car's steering with no power/electric steering.
Unimaginable, right?
Some people even like to change gears themselves. I know your tiny mind is unable to grasp these things, just saying.


Classy Sports Car Fotos by Wesley Smallwater - Thu, 01 Sep 2016 16:37:56 EST ID:/7QNl72D No.34238 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Post classy pictures of classy sports cars.
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Jenny Hettingsod - Sun, 29 Jan 2017 20:51:03 EST ID:IMB5KOGb No.34766 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34763
What about Spyker's? they have some pretty tasteful interiors.
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Nell Gishridge - Sun, 29 Jan 2017 23:50:12 EST ID:15qZ5jum No.34767 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34766
that's my kinda shit. your porsche and mercedes has injection molded fancy lego that gets installed soullessly by a worker. the spyker and cars like it have nice bespoke interiors made of metal and skin
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Archie Tillingstone - Mon, 30 Jan 2017 05:55:24 EST ID:PCYmCOTA No.34768 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34767
And they look like an italian mafiosos wet dream.
Honestly I'd take a nice leather interior incide a Mercedes any time over the ridiculous looking shit thats in spykers/paganis/bugattis etc.
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Archie Tillingstone - Mon, 30 Jan 2017 05:56:40 EST ID:PCYmCOTA No.34769 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34768
like if you describe this >>34766 as tasteful you're either trolling or literally have no taste. Like who thinks these look actually good. Looks like inside a fucking circus or some shit.
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Archie Blarringdale - Mon, 30 Jan 2017 13:05:12 EST ID:+qgaWwBw No.34770 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34766
Why is the e-brake fastened like its a detachable butt plug for the passenger seat?

You might be shocked to learn that this interior belongs to an affordable Mazda Miata.
It may be slightly custom but it is very clean and affordable, without breaking the bank.


akskatin by Martha Fugglewater - Fri, 27 Jan 2017 01:49:21 EST ID:3NlUAqvx No.34737 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hey guys i made a weed board.
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Ernest Bezzleshaw - Fri, 27 Jan 2017 22:03:33 EST ID:Qe/4pLoI No.34753 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Heres a video of me ridin the cannabis board.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=hLHEpT2bmYY


like for real by Doris Dimmlepig - Fri, 20 Jan 2017 10:06:06 EST ID:wxSkqaUw No.34696 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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How do I get into street racing?
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Hamilton Duckgold - Tue, 24 Jan 2017 08:34:46 EST ID:U4CpHt5A No.34716 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Street racing is stupid, join an autocross club or look into open track days. If you really must street race, scour facebook for your local car clubs. Trust me, theyre there.
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Emma Fuckingdale - Tue, 24 Jan 2017 17:05:16 EST ID:IDWvqyl6 No.34717 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34707

sounds like you have found your destiny OP. start a massive street racing club and turn Austin into the world's biggest motorsport and racing enthusiast megacenter in the land. become a local hero and legend
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Cornelius Gindlekog - Tue, 24 Jan 2017 23:51:51 EST ID:fDqkWlTC No.34718 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34708

Well, they used to have a team sitting at the bottom/top of the hill as well as guys on the blind corners with radios/cell phones/walkie-talkies to warn when a car was entering the track and at roughly what corner that car was at. Problem is: doing that nowadays is like lighting off flares and putting up a sign that says "suspicious activity here, please send cops."

Like everyone else is saying, street racing is cool, on paper. But in reality it is dumb as shit. All you are doing is risking your life and the lives of others to race on a sub-par track at best.

Find a track day, get into amateur races, work on getting your racing license.

Do you have any drag-strips near you? The one in my small town is active every Friday and Saturday, open for public use. You race the quarter mile in whatever shitheap you can manage to slog onto the tarmac. Good fun and imo one of the best ways to meet other car enthusiasts because all you do in between your turns on the strip is basically sit in a giant parking lot talking to other people there to drag race. And it is racing, too, you're up against vehicles roughly similar to yours. For bragging rights only, obviously.
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Charles Sadgehall - Fri, 27 Jan 2017 12:45:57 EST ID:wxSkqaUw No.34748 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34708
Yeah there's a reason why meth is illegal too. I mean I don't do meth but I like to race because I'm addicted to that particular adrenaline/endorphin rush.

>>34717
Word
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Jenny Blackstock - Fri, 27 Jan 2017 15:47:24 EST ID:c0mC/GHP No.34749 Ignore Report Quick Reply
just go to your local track faggot


Electric Vehicles by Betsy Bleblingdock - Sun, 10 Apr 2016 07:00:48 EST ID:DPHRxIwq No.33617 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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What do you think of electric cars?
I want my next car to be electric. I think the technology is mature enough to be worth it.
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11/11 - Thu, 08 Dec 2016 07:23:55 EST ID:BYrFpsQc No.34569 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Fonzarelli
electric moto
75km/h max speed
www.fonzarelli.co
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Pravda - Fri, 30 Dec 2016 23:20:00 EST ID:BYrFpsQc No.34634 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34569
Pic related
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Maple - Wed, 25 Jan 2017 21:00:42 EST ID:kjruyO/A No.34721 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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e-Bicycles are go!
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Wesley Fallywed - Fri, 27 Jan 2017 08:03:49 EST ID:Zjy70U3U No.34741 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Urban Scooter Crew
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Wesley Fallywed - Fri, 27 Jan 2017 08:04:51 EST ID:Zjy70U3U No.34742 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE


LaLaLand is the DF North by Jack Crommlelit - Sat, 31 Dec 2016 22:53:22 EST ID:uai/CYiv No.34637 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I've lived in Los Angeles my entire life except for a brief period of time in Ventura,California and Santa Paula,California. And I have to say that Los Angeles makes me think of Mexico City. I'm not Mexican but I think of Mexico City when I think of Los Angeles of course it's way safer.

There are many similarities between the two. Mexico City is actually quite vast and Sprawling so is Los Angeles. Mexico City has a very rich and numerous upper class, Los Angeles has a very rich and numerous upper class. Mexico City has a thriving art and cultural scene and a very large number of people in poverty. Mexico city is located in an area with many fault lines Los Angeles is located in an area with many fault lines.
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C-Higgy !lfsExjBfzE - Wed, 25 Jan 2017 10:26:53 EST ID:wDnRvlPB No.34719 Report Quick Reply
I can see how they'd be similar. Plus I always have wanted to go to Mexico City especially to watch some live lucha libre shows.


in-dash vape system by Edwin Buzzlegold - Mon, 23 Jan 2017 20:34:16 EST ID:vicGbwJ5 No.34710 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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hey so I was thinking of retrofitting a desktop vaporizer to fit in the open part of my dashboard where I keep my ipod and cigs and loose change, I would need a power supply linked into the fusebox, a halfway decent vape-box, and about an ounce of shake/trim, and I'd have a way to hotbox while cruising without having to pull over and roll one.
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Edwin Buzzlegold - Mon, 23 Jan 2017 20:37:20 EST ID:vicGbwJ5 No.34711 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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like one of these with a retractable hose
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Hannah Suddlehood - Tue, 24 Jan 2017 04:44:45 EST ID:RlHfoMte No.34712 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34710
i have a MFLB and i bought the power supply because in all 4 of the MFLB's i've had the batteries are shit. This power supply comes with a car charger lighter attachment.
I never used it cause I figure damn if you get caught vaping bud in your car.


gorilla glue by Albert Cenkindadging - Mon, 09 Jan 2017 19:36:48 EST ID:vicGbwJ5 No.34663 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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could it patch a bicycle tube?
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Cyril Snodshaw - Mon, 09 Jan 2017 20:30:22 EST ID:rz2Y0F83 No.34664 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34663
probably not, unless you had a spare piece of rubber. I'd still using something solvent based though
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Molly Gezzleshit - Wed, 18 Jan 2017 00:57:48 EST ID:Xwuhb6h4 No.34690 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>34663
use this


420 travel by Edward Poshridge - Tue, 17 Jan 2017 02:30:23 EST ID:0TrQi0KR No.34685 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Will be coming to South East Asia soon, along the way I want to go somewhere where you can easily get a variety of drugs without repercussions. Is Cambodia a good choice? I know weed is easy to come by there, what about other stuff?

Have no experience with getting drugs in my own country or drug subculture in general, just want to try this to get more life experience and shit.


UAZ north america by INTERPOL !3mB4iDBpWw - Wed, 21 Dec 2016 22:29:06 EST ID:dPG7+wFL No.34615 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://www.uaz.ru/en/company/partnership

I wonder how difficult it would be to become the premier dealer for Russian UAZ trucks and SUVs here in the US. Anyone have a storefront they can send the info to the company to see how they'd react? These things are the Ladas of the truck market in Russia, built more on an agricultural frame than a automotive platform, made to repair with a hammer, snow and duct tape, and they're made to drive in -20F degree temps and colder all their life. I think they could easily unseat Toyota as the go-to truck for extreme US cold climates.

Thoughts? Russian automotive appreciation thread?
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Hedda Sabberfoot - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 13:39:53 EST ID:2U7EdFWM No.34674 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34673
I feel ya nigga.

American's glamourize Russian cold war era EVERYTHING. The only good thing I've seen come out of Russia that was superior to American shit was clothing. And that is only on a handful of items.

The gun nuts here are on slav taint like unreal.

>Mosin is best mnilsurp bolt gun EVER!
>SKS is indestructible! (This isn't that bad to be honest)
>Tokarov is AMAAAAAZING!
>Makarov are wonderful!
>OMGZ AK'S FOR LIKE DUDE AK47 BEST RIFLE EVER! NOTHING BEATS IT! (Meanwhile the gun is made out of 1mm paper thin sheet metal that deforms, breaking the gun if you drop it on a rock and drop it and step on it.)

I've had russian tractors and they literally tout that the best part is that you can work on them easily. BECAUSE THEY ARE GOING TO BREAK HURR
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Charles Fepperbury - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 13:55:37 EST ID:PCYmCOTA No.34675 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34674
People think russia = everything made of 10000lbs blocks of iron, indestructible.
In reality they're simple as hell so there's few things to break, but the cars are put together with no care at all. and 2107s were still made in 2010, I've been in the factory. Babushkas grease the car manually on the line. No joke. Russian old women grease the car on the fucking factory line with a fucking paintbrush. I've seen it with my own eyes 7 years ago. 16 year olds categorise parts manually. Everything is just literally dumped in boxes, and they take it out as needed, from suspension parts to electronics. The new ladas (kalina etc) are even worse, but at least they're made in another, pretty modern part of the factory.
Russian stuff is pretty bad. They only last because they had to work with the most simple materalals and technology, and they make them the same way since 1960. There's no quality, no inspections in fucking Russia, they make everything cheap and with zero care. They do use simple technology and well-proven materials so structurally, russian stuff does last, apart from body rust. Every single other aspect of Russian cars is utter garbage. There's nothing good or exceptional about them.
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Charles Fepperbury - Fri, 13 Jan 2017 14:11:28 EST ID:PCYmCOTA No.34676 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34675
Seriously, I've been in the Lada factory in Togliatti on a journalist tour. You don't want to buy a car from Russians. It's mental. They apply a fucking kick on the door if it doesn't fit right until it works properly. Not even kidding.
The new Lada models wouldn't start when they were presented to Putin a few years ago. Russia is a fucking garbage country with poor and struggling people, a government led by someone who's hired people to kill officials, do you think they really care about the stuff they make? It's a shitty, depressive place. No one wants to buy russian stuff or live in Russia in Europe. In the US everyone is fucking gay for russian stuff.
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Oliver Blummleput - Sat, 14 Jan 2017 14:51:50 EST ID:U4CpHt5A No.34680 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>34615
Russian vehicles blow frozen shrimp dick. My friend lives in Russia and says the only vehicles around are Japanese. Russian cars are better used for things like scrap metal and watching get buried in snow.
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Phoebe Pemmerham - Sat, 14 Jan 2017 20:27:59 EST ID:izUUF4fc No.34681 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think people want stuff that is overbuilt. used to be more common than now. also serviceability. the thread authored by Simon Billingman is pretty clear on this. There are lots of interesting engineering and design questions that you can speculate on. In my experience mid-age electronics that were still heavily analog are actually pretty shit. and in the case of cars you need to answer questions about fuel economy, safety, etc.

could it be done? probably, and it could be profitable with time, but there's too much entrenchment in a throwaway society. everyone eventually wants to cut a corner for their own profit.


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