Originally Posted By: Stumpy1The grant information is on the National Science Foundation web site. However, as you say, how do we know what kind of organization the National Science Foundation is? Could be a bunch of phony schlubs, I guess.
My two toyotas were great. I should have driven that 88 Celica gt into the ground but elected to trade in for another Mazda rx7. Very well built. I marveled how close the build tolerances were. . My previous 84 Camry got great gas milage but was unde
Here's another trick of Doctor Dementia to test your skills.... Good example of a Brain Study: If you can read this OUT LOUD, you have a strong mind. And better than that: Alzheimer's is a long long, way down the road before it ever gets anywhere
The grant information is on the National Science Foundation web site. However, as you say, how do we know what kind of organization the National Science Foundation is? Could be a bunch of phony schlubs, I guess.
Originally Posted By: NucleusG4Another... GreenTec gets good reviews. http://greentecauto.com/product-tag/prius-2004-2009 I've been going through this stuff as well -- I have a Hybrid Camry and am interested to see how these things actually go toge
Quote:The car is a 2005 Toyota Prius. . She bought it in 2006 pr so. She has had no problems . She has faithfully maintained it and not abused it. Without warning it loses power with the warning lights coming on at which time she coaxes it back 7 mil
This is very interesting. This shows you how much money these rebuild places make. It's probably only 1 or 2 modules that go bad and they just pop in a couple more for about $100 and an hour of labor and charge you a ton. I think this is easy enough
How do ya know the studies are real ? I see stuff like this all the time and about 50% of the time it's bogus. Jus cause it says so on the internet doesn't make it reality- we ALL know that very well. How reliable is FreeBeacon ?
That's stupid. If a woman wants to contribute to wiki, they can. No one's stopping them, the Internet is faceless. The problem is not enough are contributing. That's not the fault of Wikipedia, it can't make women log on and contribute, it's their ch
I am TOTALLY sold on Toyota ! We bought a 1992 Previa and had it 17 years and it was still running and in good shape with 140,000+ mi on it. Sold it for $1200 to a lady who needed to shuttle foster kids. Saw that Previa in a WalMart parking lot ab
About used cars and length of life. I have a 2000 Mitsubishi, which I bought used in 2004. I've gotten 10 good years out of a car that's now almost 15 years old. It runs very well. Cosmetically it could use some paint--but what the heck, at my age
So.. last night I was sitting at a bar with my drinking buddy when I spotted two old drunken sots sitting across the bar from us. I pointed to them and remarked " That's us in 10 years" He looked up and said...... "That's a mirr
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