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  1. CoffeeRulzMe

    Repatriation:  Yes, you can go home again!

    Your post is a good summary of a big problem. Jordan Peterson on the PragerU channel has a great segment on this very problem. I think it's called something like 'Dangerous people are teaching your kids'.
  2. CoffeeRulzMe

    Repatriation:  Yes, you can go home again!

    I agree. These days, many in the USA get triggered when they see large age-gap, especially if the man is the older one. Could be the stink-eye from strangers on the street, or reading about it in various forums, etc. I ran into hassles years before coming here. Dated a woman 21 years my junior (same race, she was an adult of course). Even caused some political unrest at work (company picnic). Some people just can't resist being d#ckheads. Eventually, we went our separate ways, but not due to age gap.
  3. CoffeeRulzMe

    Repatriation:  Yes, you can go home again!

    Just do a youtube search on SJW's you'll find plenty of examples.
  4. CoffeeRulzMe

    Repatriation:  Yes, you can go home again!

    So true! Saying hello is 'thought rape' to some crazy types over there.
  5. CoffeeRulzMe

    Repatriation:  Yes, you can go home again!

    Been living here 7 years now. Still like it. Sure, there's that 'out of stock' problem and black smog from trucks etc. But, it's still, in my mind, better than living in the USA. Much better, considering the SJW/culture war has heated up a lot in the past few years.
  6. CoffeeRulzMe

    What Does Your Wife And/or Step Children Call You?

    Wife calls me different names; Honey, Sir Jack, Daddy, or Jaddy (jack and daddy combined).
  7. CoffeeRulzMe

    Electric Fan Rant

    That's the one I have. But no mouse ears and no light. Color orange top to bottom.
  8. Hi, a while back, I let my USA driver's license expire (yeah, I know, not too smart I guess) I only have a valid PI license. When I return home for a visit, can I use my philippine license to rent a car? Can I drive in all 50 states with this license?
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    Electric Fan Rant

    No, not solar. I has a removeable rechargeable battery. Fan about 4 in. in diameter.
  10. CoffeeRulzMe

    Electric Fan Rant

    Sorry for the late reply, Jack. Was sick for a few weeks. I'll pass on the ceiling fans. Found some small rechargable fans at Unitop.
  11. CoffeeRulzMe

    Electric Fan Rant

    I would love to find a fan with a VERY low speed setting. Stand type, table top, wall mount, whatever. Have not found one yet.
  12. CoffeeRulzMe

    Memory and its Fallibility

    I'm curious, did anyone watch all of Kavanugh 38 minute opening statement this week? Or do most just rely on what the mainstream media talking heads say?
  13. CoffeeRulzMe

    Memory and its Fallibility

    deleted my original comment. Dave, agree with your OP. As far as news coverage, well it's like the title of a old western movie; The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly.
  14. CoffeeRulzMe

    Memory and its Fallibility

    He's been investigated 6 times by the FBI already - nothing found. These are thorough investigations; knocking on neighbors doors asking questions, digging to past, etc. for security clearances, Fed positions, posts, etc. This call for another is a political stall.
  15. CoffeeRulzMe

    Car Service rip off - be warned

    As for me, I've been doing all preventive maint on my own cars during warranty period since the 1980's back in the USA. Never backfired on me (no pun intended). Usually, a defect will show up early in the first 6 months. Beyond that chances are high you will not have a problem during the warranty period if you maintain properly; oil and filter change, checking fluid levels, etc. Be interesting to see how that works out for me here in the near future. Yeah, I know, it's a gamble about voiding the warranty, but I don't drive as daily commuter now so the km's don't rack up high and a warranty period will be over before there's 10km traveled. Not a bad risk in my mind. I like working on my own cars and are not totally comfortable with others working on it. Some of us are just that way, does not mean others cannot do the job - I'm sure they can but I'm just a DIY type of person. I'm older now though, so heavy work I won't bother with like years ago. For example; don't like replacing drum brake shoes or leaky/rusty wheel cylinders, exhaust systems, etc. (FYI just a thought; brake shoes will last longer if you remove the drum and air blow the dust out once in a while).
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