yes, we need 1.5 to 2 million calories per day, but the finishing statement is still true though - if you chug a gallon or 4L of gasoline (and somehow keep it down), you won't need to eat for the rest of your life.The pic about gasoline having enough calories for 34-56.5 years is nonsense -- a 'food calorie' is actually 1000 calories or a kilocalorie so divide there numbers by 1000.
i wish that were an option here. in most of the US, you only have one ISP available to choose from. if you actually have more than one ISP available, then your 2nd choice is usually barely faster than dialup in most cases. i pay for 100/5 here. i could pay for as much as 250/25 but it's not worth 300USD/mo to me. as it is i pay 130/mo. thankfully, this suits my needs, including streaming 4k video now and then.Changing ISP again.
A while back i changed to one called Hiper to get out from yousee that are a evil company, then yousee swallowed up Hiper a month or two later and i was back to supporting a evil company.
Now a new ISP have popped up offering me 1000/100 instead of the 1000/60 i have now, and its about 9 USD cheaper every month
I just hope they have the option to get more upload 1000/500 mbit for the same i pay now for 1000/60 sound good in my ears.
Just waiting for some answers to my mail then i hit up the change ISP button.
Vote with your wallet to make the world a better place.
Just got off phone with current ISP to cancel my deal with them, they was like well we can match their price and grantee it where those other guys will probably up the price in no time, and then if you return to us later on it will be more expensive than what you pay now.Vote with your wallet to make the world a better place.
I saw this yesterday as well. I hope the follow up videos go into more detail, like showing how they defeated sensors to make trouble codes go away, or maybe if they shortened the side curtain airbags (they're completely missing as far as I can tell).As a decades long pick-up truck driver I've been really excited to hear about the Tesla pick-up that "may" actually be announced fairly soon. The torque of four wheel drive electric motors should offer amazing off road performance combined with cool styling and amazing features. If I can knock off just a couple more convenience stores before the Tesla pick-up is introduced I'll be able to buy one!
I'm also a fan of Simone Giertz and enjoy checking out her YouTube channel now and then. If you don't know who she is, she's a cute, spunky, highly creative and very funny girl currently recovering from removal of a brain tumor whose antics and projects are always quite entertaining.
Anyway, it turns out that she too is excited about the upcoming Tesla pick-up, so much so that she's really outdone herself this time with the creation of the TRUCKLA pick-up, a DIY project made from a brand new Model 3. She had help from some interesting and talented friends including Rich from "Rich Rebuilds".
This video runs 31 minutes but if you find this kind of thing interesting, it's a well spent 31 minutes indeed. (as is the faux Truckla pickup commercial below).