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Re: The electric car revolution

Perkles wrote:I mentioned to Kwacky last week there is a large amount of electric mx bikes at practice days now, they are really taking off

Despite the weight of their battery packs?? (giggle)
by StMarks
29 Nov 2021, 13:26
 
Forum: Slapper Chat
Topic: The electric car revolution
Replies: 66
Views: 2207

Re: The electric car revolution

... is who owns it and how do they charge you for it? There are countless examples of oil companies buying up patents on anything that can disrupt their market. Check out the Phoebus Cartel from the early 1900s. All the major light bulb manufacturers basically decided amongst themselves how long ...
by duke63
29 Nov 2021, 12:25
 
Forum: Slapper Chat
Topic: The electric car revolution
Replies: 66
Views: 2207

Re: The electric car revolution

... is who owns it and how do they charge you for it? There are countless examples of oil companies buying up patents on anything that can disrupt their market. Check out the Phoebus Cartel from the early 1900s. All the major light bulb manufacturers basically decided amongst themselves how long ...
by Monty
29 Nov 2021, 11:46
 
Forum: Slapper Chat
Topic: The electric car revolution
Replies: 66
Views: 2207

Re: The electric car revolution

... There's a huge reason there isn't a lot of investment in solar energy and that's the simple issue of inefficiency. For now, they're focusing their energies into the more efficient energies such as wind and hydro. Eventually, solar should be looked into again and will be significantly more ...
by StMarks
29 Nov 2021, 10:55
 
Forum: Slapper Chat
Topic: The electric car revolution
Replies: 66
Views: 2207

Re: The electric car revolution

There's a huge reason there isn't a lot of investment in solar energy and that's the simple issue of inefficiency. For now, they're focusing their energies into the more efficient energies such as wind and hydro. Eventually, solar should be looked into again and will be significantly more efficient.
by Cav
29 Nov 2021, 10:39
 
Forum: Slapper Chat
Topic: The electric car revolution
Replies: 66
Views: 2207

Re: What are you doing today ??

Went for a curry with my aunty and my newly discovered cousin.

Then off to a local brewery for their third anniversary.
by Kwacky
28 Nov 2021, 00:39
 
Forum: Slapper Chat
Topic: What are you doing today ??
Replies: 17033
Views: 849758

Re: Bargains

Halfords have some cracking savings on their tools and cabinets.
by duke63
27 Nov 2021, 00:31
 
Forum: Biking Stuff
Topic: Bargains
Replies: 315
Views: 82612

Re: Work

... isn't backwards compatible. I got the upgrade after pushing for it but now my Flow Simulation add-ins don't work properly. Ah well.. they'll get their project when they get it and hopefully they don't change their mind again in another few weeks otherwise this project is never getting completed.
by Cav
25 Nov 2021, 12:36
 
Forum: Slapper Chat
Topic: Work
Replies: 463
Views: 39014

Re: 2022 new bikes

Kwacky wrote:
duke63 wrote:MV Agusta Lucky Explorer 5.5
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MV aren't sure they want their name on that bike. Turns out it's been made in China.

The 9.5 has MV badges on it. The 5.5 doesn't.


That sounds a bit strange to me.

Sounds like Chinese money might be backing the Company if thats the case.
by duke63
25 Nov 2021, 10:10
 
Forum: Biking Stuff
Topic: 2022 new bikes
Replies: 19
Views: 671

Re: 2022 new bikes

duke63 wrote:MV Agusta Lucky Explorer 5.5
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MV aren't sure they want their name on that bike. Turns out it's been made in China.

The 9.5 has MV badges on it. The 5.5 doesn't.
by Kwacky
24 Nov 2021, 22:27
 
Forum: Biking Stuff
Topic: 2022 new bikes
Replies: 19
Views: 671

Re: Brexit thread

... paddle in a boat when no crime has been committed. It is a crime to enter the UK without permission, and that is the point at which they have lost their passports, but that is a UK crime and for the UK authorities to deal with.
by Bob T
22 Nov 2021, 13:37
 
Forum: Religion, Politics, and other Unmentionables
Topic: Brexit thread
Replies: 1008
Views: 58101

Re: What do you want to vent about today?

... thing is to live every day. Work hard, try hard and be yourself. The older you get, the more things and people you associate with die. Mourn their passing by celebrating how they lived. If your worried, make a will. Nothing more to be done.
by C00kiemonster
22 Nov 2021, 09:34
 
Forum: Slapper Chat
Topic: What do you want to vent about today?
Replies: 4188
Views: 303216

Re: Cannabis

... it to the point that they're placed in the nuthouse are typically abusing it to mask and/or self-medicate a much deeper set of problems. And yes, their overuse might at some point lead them to spiral downwards into all sorts of madness...but that us usually simply the manifestation of underlying, ...
by Perkles
19 Nov 2021, 22:48
 
Forum: Religion, Politics, and other Unmentionables
Topic: Cannabis
Replies: 19
Views: 320

Re: Cannabis

... it to the point that they're placed in the nuthouse are typically abusing it to mask and/or self-medicate a much deeper set of problems. And yes, their overuse might at some point lead them to spiral downwards into all sorts of madness...but that us usually simply the manifestation of underlying, ...
by D41
19 Nov 2021, 19:28
 
Forum: Religion, Politics, and other Unmentionables
Topic: Cannabis
Replies: 19
Views: 320

Re: The cycling thread

I think it's just me that's interested but GMBN shop has 50% off most of their stuff making their Jerseys £20 each - a proper bargain.
by Cav
19 Nov 2021, 09:24
 
Forum: Slapper Chat
Topic: The cycling thread
Replies: 386
Views: 32973

Raul Fernandes

... about it all. They both are new to MotoGP class now so let’s see how they each develop on the same bike. Raul was a good second ahead of Remy in their first testing but Remy is still dealing with injury.
by kiwikrasher
19 Nov 2021, 00:13
 
Forum: On the Track
Topic: Raul Fernandes
Replies: 1
Views: 117

Re: The Daily Post Election Politics Thread

... cleaner I went past a primary school last week and there must have been close to 100 cars parked along the round as parents turned up to collect their kids. That school has a strict 2 mile radius induction.
by Kwacky
18 Nov 2021, 18:56
 
Forum: Religion, Politics, and other Unmentionables
Topic: The Daily Post Election Politics Thread
Replies: 898
Views: 50820

Re: The Daily Post Election Politics Thread

... idiots in this country voted for. Any sane person would not want to take on the legacy he has left…… but we are talking politicians here who allow their egos to take presidence cover common sense. Tory MPs are giving Johnson shit today about him pulling HS2 from the north. Robbie Moore and Huw ...
by Kwacky
18 Nov 2021, 13:50
 
Forum: Religion, Politics, and other Unmentionables
Topic: The Daily Post Election Politics Thread
Replies: 898
Views: 50820

Re: The Daily Post Election Politics Thread

We have the idiot in charge that too many idiots in this country voted for.

Any sane person would not want to take on the legacy he has left…… but we are talking politicians here who allow their egos to take presidence cover common sense.
by duke63
18 Nov 2021, 13:02
 
Forum: Religion, Politics, and other Unmentionables
Topic: The Daily Post Election Politics Thread
Replies: 898
Views: 50820

Re: Rossi

... it for him. Also reckons they used to fly in special tyres for Rossi. Michelin did fly in tyres for Rossi , Bridgestone also flew in tyres for their top riders , it was common practice during the tyre wars and part of the reason it became so expensive and we ended up with a single tyre supplier ...
by Jack
16 Nov 2021, 07:44
 
Forum: On the Track
Topic: Rossi
Replies: 16
Views: 347
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