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  1. I don't know bob, but it looks like you are arguing with yourself. Have you seen the movie yet?
  2. It's "Nomadland" bob. You know, where you claim to shoot "bottles of piss" at long range with a rifle. The bottles you claim your classy buddies toss on their way to town.
  3. If you can fish and have a boat, you can make good money doing this. They are bottom feeders. Use chicken liver in the spring, Mormon crickets in summer & fresh salmon eggs in the fall. Pieces of night crawler if that's all you have. The best fishing is during the spawn -- usually in in June.
  4. You can watch this movie for free if you sign up for a free month of Hulu. Tell 'em Slim sent ya. https://www.hulu.com/welcome
  5. It's obvious that you've taken a liking to me bob, and have a keen interest in anything I post. Unfortunately the feeling is not mutual. In the movie -- the subject of this post -- there is a discussion about how to handle human waste. You have told us how your friends simply put it in a bottle and toss it on their way to town. People with large holding tanks are much more friendly to the environment. They can store lots of it and dump it at places that are designed for that purpose. Speaking of bottles, are the above mentioned bottles the same ones you said you use for target practice
  6. I knew you were a classy guy bob.
  7. Did you have something to say about the movie Bob? Maybe something to say about nomads you have run into or come to know? Maybe how they trash the public lands you haunt? Heck, maybe even something about Quartzsite? Or is it that you can't pass by one of my posts without spewing some of your nauseous gas?
  8. This film won an Oscar for Best Picture this year and much of it was filmed around Quartzsite. I think the Q will be overrun this year. The RV market is red hot and people less fortunate are living in cars and vans. I watched the movie and enjoyed it. I've been a full time RV'er for 17 years and never thought much about others as I was pretty much minding my own business and prospecting for gold in the outback or bounty fishing in WA while still doing some work on the internet. Everyone is different and has their own set of circumstances. One of the things that stood out in the movie as
  9. Of course they'll sue. That's what they do. They can't stand the idea of people being able to go out and have a good time on public land whether it's the forest, the lakes & rivers or the desert.
  10. "Using a 208-volt charger, the Volt takes about 4 hours to fill its battery; 7.5 hours for the Leaf. On a typical household voltage levels, the charge times will be closer to 10 and 20 hours, respectively; roughly 48 hours to fully charge the Tesla’s batteries."
  11. I bet many more would have sold their electric cars if it wasn't for the rapid depreciation on their new vehicles. | Others no doubt just suck it up and act like the recharging process isn't a problem when it is a problem. "Oh sure, I can just get a ride from someone else if my batteries aren't charged enough." My point in posting this is one should consider all aspects of owning a vehicle before taking the plunge.
  12. 1 in 5 electric vehicle owners in California switched back to gas because charging their cars is a hassle, new research shows In roughly three minutes, you can fill the gas tank of a Ford Mustang and have enough range to go about 300 miles with its V8 engine. But for the electric Mustang Mach-E, an hour plugged into a household outlet gave Bloomberg automotive analyst Kevin Tynan just three miles of range. https://news.yahoo.com/1-5-electric-vehicle-owners-164149467.html
  13. Just days after Earth was hit by a coronal mass ejection (CME), it appears another blast of solar wind is due to impact Earth on Sunday; it is currently traveling at a brisk 1,118,468 mph towards the planet. A minor G1-class Geomagnetic Storm is possible late Saturday into much of Sunday as the solar wind interacts with the Earth’s magnetic field. While the National Weather Service’s Space Weather Prediction Center has not issued any advisory for this solar wind yet, a watch or warning could be posted tomorrow for this event. https://weatherboy.com/solar-wind-traveling-1118468
  14. What about sausage? Someone said it was also "recommendled for azz chap, butthurt and nasal whine."
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