Without seeing a picture it’s tough, but what about something like this: https://smile.amazon.com/ElfAnt-Multi-functional-Car-Steering-Portable/dp/B07BQSCFT1/ref=sr_1_4?crid=F3N16ANZPH5Z&dchild=1&keywords=car+hop+trays+for+car+windows&qid=1592703942&sprefix=Car+hop+%2Caps%2C174&s...Jump to post
I have a couple of concerns about a vaccine. The first concerns bringing the vaccine to market. Are we moving too quickly, potentially introducing a “dangerous” vaccine into the equation? What safeguards are we setting aside? And, if they can be set aside in this case, why are they there in the firs...Jump to post
How is the crowding up there in the smoky mountains? Is it like the videos nationwide of memorial day? I'm thinking about visiting sometime next week or the week after and renting a cabin, but one of my family members is extremely paranoid (rightly so) about COVID due to being in an at-risk group. ...Jump to post
ending on Oct. 2nd, That I remember. The fire department I was a member of, along with the surrounding departments, were placed on a higher alert level due to the possibility of civil unrest should Simpson have been convicted. At the time the verdict came down I was in a theology class. I carried a...Jump to post
casinterest wrote:Hmm how long is it there? I may have to drive out there.
I can say, with absolute honesty, that I don't remember where I was or what I was doing.
On a related note, we visited the Alcatraz East Crime Crime Museum in Pigeon Forge, TN this past week. They have the Bronco on loan in their collection. Very nice.
I have clothe masks. My "favorite", that fits best, is one made by a friend...glow-in-the-dark skulls on a black field. Unfortunately, the washing has reduced the glow-in-the-darkedness of the mask. I have a couple of other masks laying around, the only other "branded" one comes ...Jump to post
Why do you think the question "Anybody knows something about the history of weather radar on commercial airliners?" is overly broad? Bad grammar aside, because it doesn’t give context. It is also a closed question. A simple ‘yes’ or no’ would satisfy your question without providing any in...Jump to post
I typed in “history airborne weather radar”
This was the first return:
http://aea.net/avionicsnews/anarchives/ ... eradar.pdf
I make no claim as to its accuracy.
You may get better, more specific answers if you ask better questions. Your question is overly broad.
Sure they have every right to do what they did, its their organization. And people had the right to call it out then and call out this sudden U-turn now. The NFL aint shit No argument from me. People and organizations and allowed to change their minds. And, we are allowed to point out their that th...Jump to post
Given neither standing to attention nor kneeling during the anthem is productive use of "company time", I'm struggling to see that as a reason to object. But, it is company time, and the players are employees. The “company” has the right to demand certain things (within the bounds of thei...Jump to post
The NFL is a private organization that make its own rules, as they pertain to the sport they oversee. Just like they had every right to make attempts to suppress the player protests over the past few years, they have every right to allow, or even encourage and take part in those protests. It will be...Jump to post
Dead battery on a new car, that's not great. Did they test it and diagnose it as bad (aside from empty) ? The dude used a handheld tester that read 225A on a 650CCA battery. So, pretty much a dead battery. I had 13.4V at the post with the engine running, so the charging circuit is working. No reaso...Jump to post
is also just free labour/slavery. Discuss It may be free labor, but it is not slavery. The intern receives an agreed upon benefit for the labor he performs. Experience, networking, positioning for entry-level, etc. The intern is getting something. But I do agree with Tommy, unpaid internships shoul...Jump to post
Understood, but keeping it charged will be a pain if this was just a battery issue. I’m not too worried about keeping it charged. I’ll charge it right before my trips. This isn’t meant to be a panacea, just an added layer of preparedness. Truth be known, I would have bought one earlier, but in the ...Jump to post
Check out this guy, he really is my go to for household stuff, in this video he puts a number of different models through their paces. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JN8A2nIMUWA Perfect. That's exactly what I was looking for. I guess I'm too old to think about YouTube first when it comes to produc...Jump to post
Not sure what good it is . Better off paying the 2.99 a month for a car service like I do on my cell plan. I got my friends car unlocked, my fiends's tire flat patched, and my own car jump started for much less than buying a charger that you have to remember to keep charged, and will only be needed...Jump to post
My relatively new car failed to start. Being the type of person that drives a car until the wheels fall off, when I get a new car, there has been a generation or 2 upgrade in technology. So, I get into my car, and the first thing I notice is there is no ding-ding, no screens, no nothing. I press the...Jump to post
You sound like Nietzsche. Many people are unable to save. They will even buy a mobile phone on credit. Therefore the government forces them into an old age insurance. I am unable to cut down on sugar. Therefore I need the government to cut it down for me. You got the last word. I'm basically a Libe...Jump to post
Government intervention is a relative value. Why to prohibit marihuana? (I favor prohibition, but see a need to exclude those that can proof that they are good in painting or can play an instrument.) Why force parents to send children to school? Why force people into health and old age insurances? ...Jump to post
It would sometimes just keep on running after flushing & refilling, sometimes for 15 mins or more; and I'd kibosh this by shutting off the valve. Hours later, I would reopen the valve and the whole appliance would behave normally - that is, until I flushed it and of course the stubborn running ...Jump to post
As I lack discipline to stop sugar by myself, I hope the government prohibits it until some solution for Covid 19 is found. Same goes for sugar substitute. So, because you lack discipline to quit something you want the government to ban it...for everyone? What is this fascination with government in...Jump to post
Have you tried beer with 3,5% alcohol? In Germany I tried one which tasted like a 4,5% beer mixed with water. But in Czech Republic this beer is fantastic. One can get boozed, but it takes longer and one doesn't have to keep drinking water to avoid dehydration. I tried 1,5% or so beer in Sweden (or...Jump to post
But let's assume people who usually have an eight hour work day have instead to cycle for four hours per day, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X3fRzuMtuKw The Physical Jerks would begin in three minutes. 'Arms bending and stretching!' she rapped out. 'Take your time by me. One, two, three, four! One,...Jump to post
If you're on an ACA plan, why shouldn't you be required to exercise and maintain good body stats? I absolutely agree. If you're taking public money, then then we should be able to attach conditions to that money. Whether it's ACA under-written insurance, SNAP, WIC, or any of the other myriad of pub...Jump to post
But let's assume people who usually have an eight hour work day have instead to cycle for four hours per day, There should be a lot of health benefits including better immune system. So, how would that work? Are we going to reduce the work week to accommodate the 4 hours? How about folks take some ...Jump to post
the tug driver could have driven that TL from either end. while I do not agree with the way he did it? He didn't damage the airplane so? It was ok. I don't disagree. Just saying the way he did it was frowned upon by one of my employers. Another employer didn't really address it one way or the other...Jump to post
Interesting, I didn’t know that the ratio of potential debt load to income wasn’t a factor. You’d think it would be. In my case, I would still take a hit, because I don’t carry many cards. I would close one account if I opened a new one. I have 2 credit cards. One is a “points card” that I use for e...Jump to post
Disclaimer: I don’t have a relationship with them. I’m just interested as to why you want to change and potentially mar, yes mar, your credit rating? Still seeking approvals? If you’re happy with your current credit card(s), why add more? There really is no net benefit to your rating. Yes, you may i...Jump to post
But doesn't that mean you still have to turn around to see the nose gear? Yes. But the spots we used this type of push on...in the hangar area...was a quick turn to a straight back push for a hundred yards or so, then stop and drop the aircraft. Spent almost the entire push looking at the main gear.Jump to post
I've never seen this before....kinda crazy! I'm obviously no expert, but I'd imagine being able to see the nose gear and the airplane, without turning your head back and forth, would be one advantage of a pushback. That type of tug can be driven from either end. The way the guy on the video was is ...Jump to post
Really, just different technique. As noted, if towing from below, you can get into a tighter space. I've found that towing from below is a little quicker, and you don't have very much counter steering to get the aircraft where you want it. You just need to be sure you keep the tug pointed between th...Jump to post
I believe the Downtown Area Patrol in the Louisville First Division incorporates some foot patrol.Jump to post
Have you ever had to fight a fire similar to this one? No. I've been in fires where we've had to evacuate due to deteriorating conditions, but I've never been involved in anything close to that. Got steamed in a basement once, but that doesn't even come close to what these guys went through. Agreed...Jump to post
An old friend and I were talking about this as it was unfolding Saturday night. Then I saw the drone video, and pictures of their gear and the apparatus. Wow. I could feel the heat in my back just viewing the video. Incidents like that are why we always trained that full PPE was to be worn every tim...Jump to post
It has been discussed here ad nauseam. I would suggest a simple search, but this website has a terrible search engine...always has. The simple answer is: it depends. It depends, - on the manufacturer - on the operator - on the aircraft - on the regulator - a combination of all of the above An A-Chec...Jump to post
I hate to be the guy to ask the "beer can" question. Some of my chemical engineer friends (not in the aviation industry) insist that scrapped "aviation grade" aluminium is never destined to hold beer. That said: A few have suggested otherwise. Is this just a euphamism? This is a...Jump to post
When it comes to education, I'm a fan of anything that works. That means...wait for it...there is not just one solution, because there isn't just one student. Hell, I see it in my own house. My daughter is doing just fine in the at-home environment, while my son is struggling. Some of it is that the...Jump to post
I live in Oregon. We only vote by mail. We just got our ballots for the primary. Two registered voters at this address, two ballots. One with my name, one with the brosband's name. That's it. Both must be signed by the person named on the ballot. How does the Secretary Of State know this? Because e...Jump to post
To my unserstanding there is no vote by mail system in the US, could someone explaine to me why? It varies by state - there is no national standard. Where I live (Washington) we are 100% vote by mail, have been for several election cycles. It couldn't be easier - the pamphlet with all the candidate...Jump to post
The mere distraction alone we do not need so thats why I think it should be postponed or outright canceled So, we’ve going from postpone to cancel? Most of our states have devolved into dictatorships, benevolent (unless you’re a small business owner) dictatorships, but dictatorships none-the-less. ...Jump to post
No, the election should not be postponed. If you can wait in line to go to Kroger, you can wait in line to vote. If you can wait in line to go to Lowe’s and buy your spring plantings, you can wait in line to vote. If you can wait in line to get your favorite take-out, you can wait in line to vote. I...Jump to post
In the beginning, pasta was an issue, but now the shelves are full. As noted above, flour and yeast are scarce. I guess people have decided to make their own baked goods. Good for them. While, we rarely make bread, we do make cakes and muffins and cookies (oh my), so our dessert making will have to ...Jump to post
Anecdotally, I see the price of diesel really has not tracked much lower over the last several months. Diesel and Jet fuel (A & A1) are closely relegated, and I suspect refined the same way. Their differences are probably more a matter of blending and additives than refining processes. So, why h...Jump to post
Hi, I'm sorry I posted the wrong link in my previous message. Here is the correct link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=paiFNAfRlYs
Thanks for the info it helped a lot!
Thank you for the info! I have had a conversation with the teacher about the questions and he means the Engine anti-ice system to heat up the cowling of the engine to prevent foreign object damage from chunks of ice building on the inlet of the engine. Now I have found an instruction video on the B...Jump to post
sliord wrote:As a national lockdown to contain the novel coronavirus flare-up solidified inventory chains, claim to fame compound producers too confronted coordinations and work issues.
Perhaps someone with more experience can give more info, but I've seen various cargo carriers with different uses for the bulk loaded areas. Some use it for rush cargo, some for odd size/weights, and some just use it for whatever doesn't fit in a container. Whether that be due to late arrival at th...Jump to post