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lol, there's that math again.
I dunno, sounds like a lot of taxi talk in here. This is the way to do it, this is the way that it's done. It won't work any other way, this is how we train you and this is how you'll do it and none of our customers expect anything different. And it's impossible to test for non-continuity (that's a Latka reference I suppose).
Then one day you look up and you're run over by Uber.
Unicorns do that with each other.
Uptick in hybrid sales marks another blow to diesel cars (autoweek.com)
"Bloomberg reports Toyota expects to see a 40 percent jump in the annual sales of gas-electric hybrids this year, with these vehicles on track to make up more than 50 percent of Toyota's sales in the region." The region being the European mainland.
This one focuses on pickups, sounds like a bit of a rehash of the prior suit that must still be pending somewhere:
A Second Lawsuit Accuses Fiat Chrysler Of Cheating On Diesel Emissions (Jalopnik)
Okay, one for the fans:
Jaguar's diesel XE R-Sport delivers fun, cachet, 40 mpg (chron.com)
Have to ask the Kitchen Cabinet.
And that's what would have to be remodeled, lol.
I didn't even like Mexican food when I moved here, although lots of the "real" stuff in Mexico is great. TexMex and NewMex not so much. But it's growing on me a bit, although I still skip the beans and the best rice is the kind they make with cheese. Best spot for that is a place up in Ashland Wisconsin. We have some good joints, but it's mostly a food desert compared to other places.
The downtowns (Las Cruces and historic Mesilla) are quaint but there's a lot of new big box schlock elsewhere and a dearth of luxury car dealers. You'd hate having to drive to El Paso to get your Mercedes washed or the oil in the Beemer changed.
I once encouraged a co-worked to try the Chinese mustard. She didn't speak to me for 5 minutes (or anyone else - took her that long to catch her breath).
Especially since we don't use pin numbers....
My old identity is still working but I'm puzzled as to how I lost it in the first place and how it came back. It even autofilled my PIN number which I have no idea what it is.There are some mysteries in life that men cannot know my son....
Anyway I'm very happy!