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actionjack

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    Westminster, Maryland
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    2017 SideWinder LTX LE Red

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  1. http://quebecrider.com/forums/uploads/monthly_2022_01/36C1E061-74BF-4E4C-AD99-5C6306907E4D.thumb.jpeg.b2fe0b292e5370066d3c166c40fd9451.jpeg Progressive or Chunky soup can getting hot while riding on exhaust under hood.
  2. https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/yachts-be-exempt-eus-carbon-pricing-plan
  3. All day long. Once you get the hang of it there is less digging out. Some people pick it up quickly but others don't and they have tough days. My 1st trip here was demoralizing but now I help dig out the newbies too. The cigars don't help with the digging, but ya never know when your time is up. It surprising how thousands of miles of trail riding is NOT preparation for this kind of riding. I sure miss 100 Lacs and Richelieu, on and on, but head on collisions are pretty unlikely out here. And I didn't even wear a mask in the airport except at TSA.
  4. We have rented a place in West Yellowstone for the season. I was able to get out last week for a ride. Air travel is a necessary evil at this point but we survived a travel day nearly as long as it would take to drive out 22 hours vs 32 hours driving. If you haven't learned the truth about Covid I hope you do soon. IMG_1493 IMG_1490 IMG_1508 IMG_1507 IMG_1520 IMG_1527 IMG_1532 IMG_831BC5E29CB7-1 IMG_1530
  5. Havent ridden in Maine yet this season but snow is plentiful in West Yellowstone. My '22 spring order has not shown up and I may not take it and just skip trail riding this season. And, the human trials still aren't finished #gotboosters? #pureblood http://quebecrider.com/forums/uploads/monthly_2022_01/1DAA50A1-06F8-4B1E-A0FF-B592A6269C94.thumb.jpeg.434bc6396fe9b61a76cb33e6db544154.jpeg http://quebecrider.com/forums/uploads/monthly_2022_01/20B3FCD7-2364-45BF-84A7-BBAE9AE1E480.thumb.jpeg.bbd922fd2a6a682202826e8ca5f7946d.jpeg
  6. https://www.zerohedge.com/energy/finally-bloomberg-admits-renewables-mania-caused-energy-shortages
  7. https://www.lawenforcementtoday.com/did-california-ask-electric-vehicle-owners-not-to-charge-their-cars-during-peak-hours-heres-the-truth/ Now suppose they didn't ask, the just switch off your smart meter.
  8. https://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2021/12/the-uselessness-of-solar-energy.php
  9. https://www.zerohedge.com/geopolitical/china-fires-new-giant-coal-power-plant-face-calls-cuts
  10. It is exactly the opposite of common sense. It is common stupidity. That is the point. It is factually choosing to relinquish energy independence and reliability for new tech that is not ready then covering their energy assess with the very terrible fossil fuels that are needed to make up the difference. The transition to all electric everything will double greenhouse gas emissions. "Renewables" are anything but. In winter and northern latitudes they are even worse. Finally, it will drive up the cost of electricity to point of rationing and choosing that which is needed most. Heating or cooling or discretionary things like snowmachining to a remote outfitter for the beef bavette. Maybe those will run on mini-nuke reactors who knows. On the other hand if we have a helluva lot less people on the planet, then we're probably good. #gotboosters?
  11. And where it comes from. And how we just abandoned it. And what it takes to mine it. #energystupidity
  12. 'bout time for a 4th dose I guess.
  13. My open apology to the Quebec Rider community. On Saturday I let my emotions about a subject which I have strong feelings about get the best of me and I made inappropriate posts that I regret. I offer my apologies to the community as a whole as I think that is the right thing to do.
  14. What would our electric service and panels look like if these were all electric? Plus our electric Super Dutys, SXSs? Wife's trucks or cars? Imagine the stress on our grids with an inverse mix of fossil fuel vehicles to all electric. Hell even 60/40 fossil fuel to electric mix. All bolstered by unreliable "renewables". In an ever colder world "saved" from Anthropogenic Global Warming by eliminating fossil fuels. Think TX in record cold without enough electricity X orders of magnitude. Imagine lunch at Repos or overnight at 100 Lacs with an Octopus of 220v wires charging up the sleds off the grid. #energystupidity
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