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    [–] My new 2005 Mazda3s! I love it so far! Eagle4031 3 points ago in mazda3

    I previously owned a black ‘06 2.3 liter 3S with those same wheels. (minus the gold paint) Mine was 5 speed, I absolutely loved that car!

    I also really like the blue and gold combo, never noticed that on a Mazda before!

    [–] Maybe... Eagle4031 3 points ago in dankchristianmemes

    Did Adam and Eve have a memory wipe? Or were they young but adult clones with no memories of Mars to pass down?

    [–] Met another roadster at a rest stop in MD today. Eagle4031 2 points ago * (lasted edited 5 days ago) in Miata

    I love driving in the snow and this car is very fun for it.

    The combination of low weight and RWD means it not an easy car in the snow. But that said, handled it’s first winter duty in Jersey last year just fine. I’ve been driving with snowy winters my whole life and use dedicated winter tires (Pirelli Sottozero, but I’ve also heard Blizzaks are great) which make a world of difference.

    Also, if you haven’t before, I recommend going to an quiet empty snow covered parking lot and practicing handling oversteer situations. Because that way the first time you encounter it, it’s not in the road in traffic. (And because it’s awesomely fun)

    [–] Who else loves pictures of the flight deck? Aircraft: Dassault Falcon 900EX Eagle4031 2 points ago in aviation

    Definitely makes sense to only do the center engine if you’re doing one so it’s not asymmetric.

    [–] Have you ever seen a floating backpack? Eagle4031 1 points ago * (lasted edited a month ago) in BeAmazed

    I’m not sure they’re really attacking the right problem here.

    For me, the ideal rucksack is the lightest possible design, with a rigid frame and straps that attach it and distribute the weight firmly only the strongest portions of my skeleton: Hips and shoulders.

    My legs will do the energy damping for me as they always do when I move.

    It seems like this spring design just adds weight and a lot of mass moving in directions I don’t want it to go that I then have to spend energy countering.

    Will it reduce impact related injuries? Maybe. But is it a more efficient way to carry heavy stuff over long distance? I don’t see how.

    Would be curious to see an unsponsored review of this thing.

    [–] Video footage of the rogue Dash performing Immelmann Eagle4031 1 points ago in aviation

    Ok yeah so I guess he’s angling toward the camera the whole time. I still see at least about 30 degrees of heading change, but maybe more like a lazy roll with a lot of altitude loss.

    [–] PsBattle: Pug sitting in a tire Eagle4031 1 points ago in photoshopbattles

    This is immediately what I thought of when I saw the picture!

    [–] Video footage of the rogue Dash performing Immelmann Eagle4031 34 points ago in aviation

    *Split S, not Immelmann. Immelmann is the opposite of this, where you’re going uphill.

    [–] first update to my post from yesterday, siege mantis 2.0 Eagle4031 2 points ago in lego

    Love this build!

    I’d personally recommend adding some muscle to the forearm section of the grabber arms. Real mantis images seem to show more mass here to effect the closing mechanism as opposed to the upper arm as in this build.

    [–] Miata Clown Shoe? Eagle4031 2 points ago in Miata

    I prefer the blue one