“Look how small it is,” I scream to make myself heard over the sound of the Nobel-prize-winning Detroit Diesel twincharged single-cylinder thumper inhaling the fourth phone book of its very busy media appearance morning. “That’s what we in the business like to call tree-based traction control, heh heh,” I chuckle as… »
It’s stuck in my head all the time. It’s on the radio all the time. I like it so much it even costs me time sitting in a parked car when it comes on as I arrive somewhere. Beck you masterful wizard, I hope the upcoming album this single is attached to is just as good. »
Bob Dylan is probably the most reluctant messiah figure since Brian Cohen, and when he was really feeling it, which was almost always, he was nearly as funny and much, much louder. Probably the best of these times was captured in 1965’s Highway 61 Revisted, part two of Dylan’s electric trilogy that would revolutionize… »
Good evening fellow Opponauts. I shared a lovely Hall and Oates song with you guys a few days ago from my driving music playlist. I figured that I’d share more songs in the coming days. Here’s another favourite of mine. The 1985 hit “You’re the Inspiration” by Chicago. I hope you all enjoy it. »
Today I went down the rabbit hole of little known machining processes on Wikipedia and stumbled upon a nifty little thing called friction stir welding. This process is pretty badass and definitely exploits everything I love about machining. If you scroll all the way to the bottom you’ll see in the listed applications… »
Clay Aiken once ran for Congress. VW once tried to build an S-Class. One of them was very successful.
My new spindle is here, excited to fix the problems caused by not doing the job myself...that’ll show me. »