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There are several nonprofits providing vital free legal aid that need financial support: The Texas Civil Rights Project; the Florence Project in Arizona; and Kids in Need of Defense and The Young Center, which work nationwide. Lawyers might also consider lending their expertise.


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https://supportkind.org/donate/

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https://www.theyoungcenter.org/donat...-young-center/

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This is an astonishing radio show:

Smarty Plants
Feb 13, 2018
Do you really need a brain to sense the world around you? To remember? Or even learn?

https://www.wnycstudios.org/shows/radiolab/podcasts/2

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[I am adding a 3rd car, more of a long-trip, GT-type car.

Frankly, while I still want a stick shift, I love the Lexus LC Coupe.

Saw it at a Cars & Croissants and it is frigging gorgeous!

I will test drive one, I think.
Test drove one a while back. Man is that thing bulky.

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The Alfa Romeo GTV Quadrifoglio Will be a 600+ HP Hybrid AWD Coupe Monster

Damn.


Makes me think: New Toyota Supra.

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any other impressions of the Lexus?

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any other impressions of the Lexus?
Hard to really come up with concrete takeaways when my experience was pretty much a 10-minute drive in the suburbs. Interior was not my thing, but then neither is the RC series (the 2 door coupe) - that center console just took up So. Much. Space. Maybe I'd feel different if I was built like a 6' football player.

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On Netflix:

Hannah Gadsby performs a brilliant show.

Very funny, but also wrenching. Pathos and laughs.

Simply wonderful, smart stuff.

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First dates:

Some women want that "instant click". Others desire "chemistry".

I always get both.

In the form of pepper spray.


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She: "I'm an incurable romantic."

Me: "I'm the perfect antidote."

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The Lambo Urus has 17.3" (carbon ceramic) brake rotors, and 10 piston calipers.

Yes, bigger than the wheels on my Elise. Elan had 13" wheels.

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On Netflix:

Hannah Gadsby performs a brilliant show.

Very funny, but also wrenching. Pathos and laughs.

Simply wonderful, smart stuff.

Jane called and said she thought this show was brilliant.

She knows her stuff, having produced the #1 show on MTV for years.

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Bone-Stock Bentley Bentayga Cinches Pikes Peak SUV Record


The gentleman racer is alive and well, but now he’s driving a 600-hp beast

The enduring memory of pre-war Bentley is that of the gentleman racer, an individual with exquisite intelligence, taste, and heroics when it comes to putting everything on the line on the racetrack. Bentley brought its ultra-luxurious Bentayga SUV to the 2018 Pikes Peak international Hill Climb to prove that traditional spirit is still alive in the brand as it exists in the modern era.

Veteran driver Rhys Millen wheeled the two-and-a-half ton brute past Range Rover’s existing record of 12:35.61, set in a Range Rover Sport in 2014 by Paul Dallenbach. The Bentley crossed the finish line at 10:49.902, nearly two minutes faster than the previous best time. Given that this was Millen’s 26th Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, the pro driver made it clear the matte avocado green Bentayga was in good hands. Millen’s driving background is diverse, but he’s somewhat of a specialist when it comes to running up this particular mountain, as he’s won the event twice overall and his class 16 times.

Millen’s depth of experience is necessary when it comes to the complexity and difficulty of the 12-mile Pikes Peak course. During the annual hill climb event, in its 96th iteration for 2018, take on 156 turns that offer incredible diversity and ascend about 4,000 feet during the climb. The altitude presents a challenge for vehicle and racer alike.

A quarter of a century of hill climbs readied Millen for Bentley’s record attempt. He says his preparation and execution for the event may even differ from the other drivers and teams in the competition.




“Everything that I have done to date has been safe,” Millen said of his earlier runs. “On race day, we will typically go a little faster.”

In the pits standing beside his team’s trailer, Millen exudes a casual confidence that one wouldn’t expect from someone about to brave the sublime twists and sheer drop-offs of the Pikes Peak Highway. Sublime is the perfect word for the course because it embodies both the beautiful and the terrifying—a duality that suits the Bentayga’s dichotomous character that is both luxurious and savagely performance oriented.

Peter Guest, Bentayga product line director, spoke to us about the birth of Bentley’s SUV and how it turned into the racecar that made it to the summit in record time. It wasn’t the easiest vehicle to finesse he says. “The challenge with an SUV was that we got additional access to those attributes, which is utility in a luxury context.” Guest added that the Bentayga had to combine the best of the Mulsanne’s comfort, the Porsche Cayenne’s performance, and the Range Rover’s utility. “The real challenge was to create a car that could deliver all of those things in one car, and to find the technologies that would enable us to do that.”

It’s obvious that Guest is confident that the Bentayga ticks those boxes and that he believes in the product he develops. Guest said that the record is effectively a summation of what he believes the vehicle represents. “Pikes Peak is the perfect embodiment of everything that Bentley stands for, in terms of the traditional Bentley Boy’s values, going and doing something like that, in a way that perhaps might be not normally expected.”


Bone-Stock Bentley Bentayga Cinches Pikes Peak SUV Record | Automobile Magazine

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Sounds like the driver more than the car here

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Must be a combination of both, no?

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She knows her stuff, having produced the #1 show on MTV for years.
I don't know if anything that aired on MTV ever qualified anyone as mavens of content quality.

Drives a Prius (clearly knows nothing about cars).

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Well, she was hired to do a job on TV and did it quite well. MTV doesn't make money producing art, does it?

There are a lot of superhero movies. Guess why.

Jane is also an author of some repute and worked on NYT Magazine. And, an artist. She is very cool.

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Now we spend a moment on dreaded carpenter ants.

I will skip the "look for the tiny tool belts" stuff.

THIS is how you get rid of the ants, almost instantly and killing the nest at the same time.

Get some boric acid.
Get some light corn syrup. (The dark leaves bad stains.)

Mix to a 20 - 40% boric acid solution.

Use an old or cheap paintbrush and slather it around where you see them entering house, clustering near garage, etc.

It's surprising how quickly and efficiently this works.

Ant, attracted by the syrup, track it into the nest and there, they all die.

I have it on my calendar to do this early to mid April, so instead of having the ant processions begin, the ants don't even show up.

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This Brooklyn politician wants to eliminate speed cameras at school zones:


He moves fast — or at least, whoever is driving his car does.

Mr. Golden has gotten 10 tickets since 2015 because someone behind the wheel of his personal Cadillac was caught speeding in school zones. (The cameras only identify the plates on the vehicles, not the driver; the owner gets the ticket.)

He was ticketed in March, April and May of this year.

That is a rare accomplishment in New York.

First, to get even one ticket, you have to go more than 11 miles per hour above the posted limit of 25 — and only on a very limited number of streets, near schools, during regular school hours.

So if someone driving a car or vehicle manages to go way too fast, on a very few blocks in New York City, at precisely the wrong time of day, a computer will mail a $50 ticket to the owner.

For most ordinary mortals, that is the equivalent of touching a hot stove, and they don’t do it again. They slow down. For instance, 1.2 million car owners were issued one ticket. Only 132,169 got two. And 65,999 got a third.

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An owner of a company I helped run asked me how to avoid speeding tickets.

Turned out that he'd been nailed 3 times at the same spot.

I said he was too unaware to be speeding. Not sure he appreciated that, but I wasn't kidding.

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Watched "The Birds" again this week.

It did not hold up well, but Tippi was great looking.

She drove a car I didn't recognize, so I used Uncle Google.








As Featured in ‘The Birds’: Aston Martin DB2/4 Drophead Coupé

It’s quite extraordinary how cars pop up in movies on a sometimes random basis. Who would have thought an almost 10-year-old Aston would appear in a Hitchcock film? One did, in the 1963 thriller ‘The Birds’...

According to marque historians, it’s possible that two cars were used, although Club records show LML/944 as being the one most closely associated with it. Hollywood connections apart, the fact is that a convertible DB2/4 (a later version of the car you see here), a ‘European import’, is just the sort of car to be driven by socialite Melanie Daniels (played by Tippi Hedren) in the quiet Californian seaside location depicted in the film.

The Drophead Coupé version of the DB2 was introduced in late 1950. Only a few months before, an attractive coupé was shown at that April’s New York Motor Show. With a modern chassis by Claude Hill, Frank Feeley’s timeless styling and Willie Watson’s (originally Lagonda) 2.6-litre straight six, the new Aston Martin - only the second-ever ‘DB car’ - was a winner.

It was also very expensive - £1,915 incl. taxes in 1950 for the ‘Saloon’ and £2,043 for the DHC in the UK. But with a series of successes on the track (the famous ‘VMF’ and ‘UMC’ team cars), and typical understated British bearing, the DB2 series of Astons which started with the DB2 itself and finished with the DB Mk III represented ‘the Feltham years’ of Aston Martin at its finest.

The DB2/4 was a later version of the DB2, with a revised rear chassis and smaller fuel tank. The two-door original, with its small ‘letter box’ boot, had been re-engineered to make it into one of the world’s first hatchbacks, offering greater rear headroom, two vestigial rear seats and the convenience of a mainly glass tailgate.

It was a popular and practical solution, helping create the ‘shooting brake’ image of the English gentleman in tweeds turning up at his peg, and then taking a brace of Purdeys from the rear luggage shelf of his Aston with ease.


The convertible, DHC version, on the other hand, simply said, “Sun, seaside and Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat.”




This car is a DB2 Convertible from 1950 in the final stages of restoration by marque specialist Post-Vintage Engineers, and can be finished to your exact specification.

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I watched The Birds in the past year or two and did notice that she had a special car. Thanks for the info on the car.

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My pleasure, David. The car came up quickly as I typed the partial question in.

You can see the seed of the famous A-M grill.

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Here's How Rust Penetrating Oils Actually Work


Ever wonder if the penetrating oil you're using to get that rusty bolt free is actually working? Here's a demonstration.

We've all been there: You're trying to wrestle a rusted bolt or nut off your car, but you just can't seem to break it loose. You buy a penetrating lubricant from your local parts store and spray it on in the hopes that it'll remove at least some of the rust and free the locked piece. Sometimes it works, other times, it doesn't.

There's no real way to see just how deeply that lubricant is penetrating, so the Project Farm YouTube channel put together a comprehensive video comparing a bunch of the most popular kinds of lubricants in the hopes it can show us which one works best.





Using a collection of nuts rusted onto fixed bolts, the host applies one type of product to four bolts each, then measures just how much force it takes to break the nuts lose from their respective bolts. Additionally, he uses rusted bolts inserted into plexi-glass to demonstrate the penetrating abilities of each oil.

The experiment, despite being pretty technical, is incredibly interesting to watch. And now you know which kinds of penetrating oils work the best. Check it out here.



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In many comments, people wished Kroil was tested and testified how well it works.

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