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    • I am not one to post on here much but I am always "Lurking in the shadows". Anyway I have a question about a Grand Prix I bought a few years ago. When I first acquired the car it would up shift into the next gear as soon as you stepped on it fairly hard making for a rather uneventful and slow accelerating process. I figured this was normal as it was the only thing I found unusual. Then after awhile it begin to shake subtly when accelerating in first and second gear after second gear it would accelerate flawlessly. in the last few months it has begun to develop a fairly bad jerk when stopping and then going again. This ONLY happens after driving long distances. It never happens if I drive under 100 miles .Also it only happens about 1/3 of the time after driving these long distances. It will still accelerate slowly until about 3 mph and then it will jerk fairly hard when it does happen. Any Ideas what would cause this? The long distance thing is what confuses me.

    • 46 minutes ago, swamptiger said:

       

      Do you have any rational explanation why a candidate who is on the ballot in all 50 states, and has a petition to be included in the debates with over 1 million signatures on it, should not be in the debates?

      https://www.johnsonweld.com/debate?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=tweet&utm_term=GJ-09-23&utm_campaign=debate

      What a load of dung question.  In your eyes no one could respond with a "rational" explanation. Johnson knew what it was going to take to get into the debates when he decided to run.  He failed up to this point so suck it up. Maybe you and Dave can get together and drown your tears together over a couple cold ones.

    • 3 hours ago, delcecchi said:

      So, if not 15%, what is your suggested threshold?   10%, 5%, 1%, or just on the ballot in any state?    Do you think a candidate who is below 15% at this point has any rational expectation of victory, even with a presence in the debate?  

       

      Do you have any rational explanation why a candidate who is on the ballot in all 50 states, and has a petition to be included in the debates with over 1 million signatures on it, should not be in the debates?

      https://www.johnsonweld.com/debate?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=tweet&utm_term=GJ-09-23&utm_campaign=debate

    • This was Sunday morning after we set decoys. Maybe the duck dock is to comfortable......

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    • Sweety, son and I are both-In. Will try and hold out for a buck but no Deer in the freezer so if it's Brown its Down! :)

    • I may have missed it when I dozed off in the middle of the "debate", but I don't believe there was any mention of Aleppo in the whole affair...

       

       

    • 1 hour ago, delcecchi said:

      Where did you get this "hero" stuff,  Dave? 

      And Trump is different in that he had never engaged in party politics either as an office holder or a candidate, unlike all the other Republican candidates.  

      And as for dumb and extreme ideas being a bad thing, I thought you supported Gary Johnson?  

      And the two party system is a fact of life, the way elections are set up in the US with the Constitutional need for a majority not just a plurality of electors.   Perhaps somehow it could be shoehorned to be a coaliton deal, if electors were free and states weren't winner take all.   But the way it is now, it is a two party deal, just like it has been for a very long time.  

      No endorsement necessary to recognize the facts. 

      As for the opposition, I never saw #nevercruz, or #neverjeb or #neverkasich... 

      So how much support should candidates have to have to be included?  You want Jill Stein as well?   How about the next half dozen down the line? 

      Why did Gary Johnson not go for the Republican nomination anyway?   Surely Big Weed would have financed his run. 

      Del drops the mic.  

      2 hours ago, swamptiger said:

      Are Trump and Clinton harboring the idea, and if not, what are they afraid of?

      Nice dodge.  

      How would Del know what Trump and Clinton are thinking or are afraid of (if they are afraid of anything)?  

    • 1 hour ago, Bear55 said:

      So Del is following in Down2Earth's footsteps on Trump, good to know. Hey I will take Trump over Hillary but why vote for either of them if I don't have to, why play that game?

      You don't have to but you will own everything Hillary does.

    • I think I'd rather it be dirty than apply solvents to it.  

      It is a four-wheeler, not a corvette.  They are made to be dirty 

      I might try armor all or something but i'd stick with something made for automotive purposes.