Velveeta is a cheat, because it signals that the chef can't handle cooking a proper mac & cheese from scratch, and still have it come out creamy smooth.
Personally, I prefer to work with penne pasta, for similar texture vs smooth elbow. »
Probably because the mob attacked him first, and he fled in self-defense.
Note how there's someone on the hood of the car, and the windshield is broken at the start of the video, *before* he decides he needs to get out of there.
It's probably the same reason most US panel vans are white, and West Coast tankers are bare metal - regional preference. Non-green, because not military. »
That's not the MicroSoft plan - that's the Nintendo plan. At least, it's why the N64 still had cartridges when everybody else moved to optical media. »
LEGO's shift toward more gender-targeted marketing strategies – beginning in the late seventies, and ramping up in the mid-eighties – has also been well-documented by Anita Sarkeesian in her two part sereis on LEGO and Gender»
I think this is awesome.
Anyone n00b enough they couldn't tell her control inputs didn't match the action on the screen deserved the butt-kicking they got. »
Base Impreza isn't bad at all. This is the month to buy, if you want a Subie, get one. Maybe there's something that's been sitting on the lot? »
Small overlap of cars veering a bit over the center divider at speeds of 40 mph or so is actually pretty common. It's a good test, and I'm a bit surprised that both Nissan and Chrysler do so poorly. But then, that's what this test is designed to do, to distinguish which cars are designed to protect the occupants. »
Sorry, but I just can't get over the new rear fender treatment on the X6. It's hideous. Same with breaking the shoulder line. Ugh. Like the original CLS, the original X6 M is better, fresher, bolder. »
The cat chart is to the right of the dog chart, because cats are uniformly smarter than dogs. By a considerable margin. That's how the do such an effective job of training people when to get up, and when to feed them. Along with toilet training themselves.
But as with people, smartness is not the same as popularity.… »