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  1. pbojanoski

    Coronavirus impact

    Well, the streak ended at one post we can agree on. :( There are numerous doctors, yes actual doctors, that are successfully using hydroxychloroquine by itself or in combination with other drugs across the country and across the world to treat Covid-19. This is fact, not conjecture. It is still...
  2. pbojanoski

    Real World range testing reveals differences between stated/print "EPA ranges" for most vehicles.

    I would think most people, me included, would be looking for a great car if they are shelling out $20k, $30k, $50k, $100k, whatever they can afford for a vehicle. Most people aren't looking to save the world when they buy a car. If they get a little satisfaction in that regard, great, but if you...
  3. pbojanoski

    Coronavirus impact

    A lot of anecdotal evidence for sure! I'm not a scientist or physician, but I can't believe anyone is against this as a possible treatment worth taking under doctor supervision unless they are rooting for a long and terrible outcome with this virus. And rooting for that is quite tragic. I just...
  4. pbojanoski

    Coronavirus impact

    Great, a lot of information, but what does any of it mean? We already have a point of contact test that can give results in as little as 5 minutes. What we need is a way to get that out to potentially millions of tests per day to test people, allow them to go back to work, and potentially retest...
  5. pbojanoski

    Coronavirus impact

    We can finally agree on something. Hooray! 🎉🥳🙌 Testing will be the key for widespread confidence in getting back to somewhat of a normal life. I do think some creative mitigation could get a lot of people back to work sooner (even without full blown testing) if it is done with some creativity...
  6. pbojanoski

    Ford Charger for Mach-E

    Could be remembering wrong, but I thought I heard something about a $500 adder for the Ford wall charger a while back.
  7. pbojanoski

    Has anyone heard ANYTHING from the dealership you put your reservation with yet? I have not.

    I dropped in on my dealer a few weeks ago. Talked to a random salesman, apparently there is no "go to" person. He didn't have any immediate information, but told me to make an appointment for a couple of days later and he would fill me in. I left him a series of questions I wanted answers to...
  8. pbojanoski

    Coronavirus impact

    Classified Ad: "Single man with toilet paper seeks woman with hand sanitizer for good clean fun". Joining @Sweetwater in lightening the mood. (At least at this moment!)
  9. pbojanoski

    Coronavirus impact

    The guy is insufferable. He's like a machine with partisan tunnel-vision. It really is quite interesting how someone can get to be that way. Have a great night all and here's to dreaming about some good news tomorrow.
  10. pbojanoski

    Coronavirus impact

    While trying my darndest not to get into a political discussion, there are some obvious questions to ask that seem to rarely get asked. You mentioned a few in your post. That is why I keep preaching that we try to stay out of obviously political stances and to give at least a little bit of a...
  11. pbojanoski

    Real World range testing reveals differences between stated/print "EPA ranges" for most vehicles.

    True, but wind conditions and other affects could come into play and I'm not sure if that was taken into account. I'd love to see additional tests to see if they follow a pattern.
  12. pbojanoski

    Real World range testing reveals differences between stated/print "EPA ranges" for most vehicles.

    Wow, I don't know how scientific the evaluation was based on the above information, but Tesla is looking pretty bad here. I am VERY surprised. The article didn't seem to offer the testing criteria or how they made it so that the criteria would remain the same for all models tested. After...
  13. pbojanoski

    Coronavirus impact

    I can only hope you are wrong, Sweetwater. I don't think the economy will be able to survive two more months of shutdown without doing serious damage that will take years to recover from. And if it does survive better than I think, the trillions of dollars of additional debt being spent by the...
  14. pbojanoski

    Coronavirus impact

    It was a month prior to the "hoax" comment that Trump stopped travel from China and it was two days prior to the "hoax" comment that he named the Vice President to head the coronavirus response team. So you honestly believe he thought it was a hoax? You are correct, we are never going to agree...
  15. pbojanoski

    Coronavirus impact

    Actually, that is not correct. Trump did say that in his view the political nature of the attacks on his response to the virus was a hoax. https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/trump-coronavirus-rally-remark/ And the Coronavirus Response Team started at the end of February, so I think those...
  16. pbojanoski

    Coronavirus impact

    To state it another way, referring back to your original statement. For this "fact" to be true, you'd be saying that Dr. Birx (United States global AIDS coordinator since the Obama administration), Dr. Fauci (a top infectious disease expert in the United States since 1984), Dr. Adams (Surgeon...
  17. pbojanoski

    Coronavirus impact

    I see LYTMCQ loves the "overwhelm with information" tactic. In my original response, I didn't ask to be inundated with "news stories" to read and personally fact check. I asked you to show me the supporting evidense for your statement of fact. I don't care about hearsay, anonymous sources...
  18. pbojanoski

    Coronavirus impact

    Of course I'm sure I could find articles that would directly refute the one sided nature of your sources, but you don't seem to bother with any of those stories. That's my problem with all of those "black and white" fact declarations. There is a lot of nuance, especially to politics. Call anyone...
  19. pbojanoski

    🤦🏻‍♂️ Really!?

    Trying to stay out of politics here. Ford staying with a higher emission standard isn't against the Trump administration. Ford is perfectly able to do anything they want in that regard as long as it meets the minimum CAFE standard set by the Feds. Let's applaud Ford to doing what they think is...
  20. pbojanoski

    Traditional Mustangs and Mach-E Ownership

    I'm not sure I'd be anywhere near as interested in this car if it had another name other than Mustang. I really like most of what they did with the Mustang styling and having that name made it VERY CLEAR Ford was serious about making this car a winner. Some generic name and styling for the same...
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