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#43 - The road trip thing was my primary concern, of course charging…  [+] (3 new replies) 07/29/2015 on Cars 0
#70 - sherlockbatman (07/29/2015) [-]
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I drive the 2014 Ford Focus
it gets 420 miles per tank of gas, on average
#140 - madmanransom (18 hours ago) [-]
That... that is a good roll.
User avatar #45 - greyhoundfd (07/29/2015) [-]
With all the talk of "Smart Grids" there's been a lot of research into increasing the efficiency of batteries. Maybe in 5 years or so we'll see the Tesla hit storage large enough that it's convenient to use long-distance.
#40 - All luxuries that could be had in another vehicle at a similar…  [+] (32 new replies) 07/29/2015 on Cars +1
User avatar #42 - greyhoundfd (07/29/2015) [-]
But the refuel system is actually advanced for an electric car. The way the Tesla is designed, you plug it in when you're home so it's always on full battery when you leave. When you're on a long-distance trip though, the only place you're liable to run out of juice, the long refuel time is still okay because you can plug the car in, lock it, and go get food and take a piss while it finishes charging.

Most petrol-run vehicles today get about 300 miles of range on a full tank. Even running between 260-270 at max for range, that's only a 10-13% decrease. Plus, with a minor upgrade it improves to about 286-297, which is only a 1-5% decrease in performance. At worst, you have to make 1 or 2 extra stops if you're driving the East Coast.
User avatar #130 - kevinator (18 hours ago) [-]
300 miles on a full tank, WHAT!? My Kia Optima turbos used to get 750 KM (466 miles) and that was a sub 35k car, my Camaro SS get 350 miles out of its V8
#69 - sherlockbatman (07/29/2015) [-]
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what are you trying to sell a car over the internet?
User avatar #71 - greyhoundfd (07/29/2015) [-]
I just love the idea of electric cars that are comparable to gasoline ones.
User avatar #131 - kevinator (18 hours ago) [-]
I don't , because no exhaust noise, I'd have to have some kind of exhaust emulator. Than again, my Optima got a full turboback with borlas mufflers at the end and I plan to make my Camaro SS a Catted Long tube headers to X pipes to Borla Atak's mufflers.
User avatar #176 - greyhoundfd (14 hours ago) [-]
Most of them do have "simulated" exhaust noise so that there are no safety issues. Also, having been in a Prius while I was doing Driver's Ed, I can tell you that the "engine" still makes noise.
User avatar #177 - kevinator (14 hours ago) [-]
it isn't a combustion noise, that is nowhere near 80 DB or higher though, I drive loud stuff lol, I'd drive a Open manifold if I had to drive a prius.
User avatar #178 - greyhoundfd (14 hours ago) [-]
Oh yeah, a fuckin' prius is definitely not as loud as a Camaro.
User avatar #179 - kevinator (14 hours ago) [-]
For sure aha, you made me think of this Toyota PRIUS with a Flowmaster Muffler (Hippie Support Vehicle for the Married Hot Rodder)
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#46 - derpinstock (07/29/2015) [-]
Yeah but when you include the standard maintainance cost of fedoras plus the daily starbucks/hot topic budgeting its abit more costly than some vehicles
User avatar #48 - greyhoundfd (07/29/2015) [-]
It's a $104,000 car, you're not even going to be able to come close to affording it if you're a fedora-wearing white night or Tumblr-using emo SJW.
User avatar #133 - kevinator (18 hours ago) [-]
104 000 $ isn't that much is you consider you won't be giving in gas anymore, there's barely any maintenance because no fluid changes, it's direct drive from the battery(ies) and you can get shit ton of government funds for driving green.

Take it on a 7 years and you're only paying 1238 $ a month for your car.

Now let's say you opt to get a Ford Fusion at 35 000 $, that's 416 $ a month, now add in 80 $ of fuel, let's say for 4 weels, that's 320 $, now you also need that oil change during the month: 100 $. So your fusion is costing you over 800 $ a month, while if you threw 400 $ more, you'd have a much more luxurious, powerful car.

Now let's throw that in a year, for 12 month, your Tesla would cost you nearly 15 000$

Now your Fusion, would nearly cost you 5000 $ in paiments, 4080 $ in fuel (let's say 51 weeks) and atleast 500 - 1000$ more in maintance

Keep in mind, I'm comparing a Mid-size sedan from ford, to Telsa Full size sedan, god know if you'd get say, a Taurus instead, how close the gap would be.

If you could afford that extra 5 grands, you'd be nuts not to consider it.




#49 - derpinstock (07/29/2015) [-]
Weird because they're the people driving them
User avatar #50 - greyhoundfd (07/29/2015) [-]
Kek, yeah right.

A Tesla is not a Prius you dumb fuck.
#51 - derpinstock (07/29/2015) [-]
I didnt say metrosexual because only swallowing is gay
I said fedora wearing starbucks junkies
User avatar #52 - greyhoundfd (07/29/2015) [-]
I'm not seeing how "Expensive Electric Car" = "Fedora wearing faggot". It sounds like you're just mad and instead of legitimate reasons for why the Model S might be a bad car you're just screaming "NECKBEARDS! NECKBEARDS! NECKBEARDS!"
#53 - derpinstock (07/29/2015) [-]
Thats weird because "expensive electric car" does = "fedora wearing neckbeard"

thats weird because im not mad at all and youre getting frustrated
User avatar #54 - greyhoundfd (07/29/2015) [-]
I'm not mad, you're just being fucking retarded for no reason.
#56 - derpinstock (07/29/2015) [-]
You sound pretty mad
>hurr durr you're screaming "NECKBEARDS! NECKBEARDS! NECKBEARDS!"

my reason is im trolling and pretty damn effectively i Might add
User avatar #57 - greyhoundfd (07/29/2015) [-]
Congratulations to being so emotionally hollow from your last break-up that your idea of fun is to rub one out while making someone mad for no reason.

People like you don't make sense to me. Is it actually fun or something? It doesn't seem like it would be.
#58 - derpinstock (07/29/2015) [-]
#60 - greyhoundfd (07/29/2015) [-]
It's more that I don't get it than that I'm mad. I'm not a sports person, but I can see how playing a lot of sports would be fun. I'm not really into drinking or partying, but I can understand how people would have fun doing either of those things. I just don't see how people can get off just to making other people mad though. I mean, the Ken M shit is funny, but that's because it's stupid and people take it seriously. "Lol, neckbeards" is too common an opinion on here for it to be stupid and funny. You commented in the middle of a serious discussion with something that didn't fit. I mean, you made me mad, but it wasn't good trolling besides that. It's the equivalent of someone asking you to get rid of a spider so you grab a Barrett 50 Cal. and blow the shit out of it. Yeah, you got the spider, but you took out half the wall too; it's just poor form even if it gets the job done.
#61 - derpinstock (07/29/2015) [-]
>im not mad
>yeah you made me mad

That seems like the definition of trolling

>being completely irrelevant in a serious conversation and successfully upsetting them makes for bad trolling
>trolling is a art
User avatar #62 - greyhoundfd (07/29/2015) [-]
Lawnmowing isn't an art, but if you use your mower as a mobile stand while you chop the grass with shears then you're probably bad at it.
#63 - derpinstock (07/29/2015) [-]
Trolling = trawling = "casting a wide net"

this is literally the definition of trolling
Also your metaphores are becoming less poinient, i liked the 50cal spider hunting one though
#65 - derpinstock (07/29/2015) [-]
Sometimes they make people mad
Those are the successful ones
User avatar #64 - greyhoundfd (07/29/2015) [-]
Sometimes they're on point, sometimes they fucking suck. It switches back and forth.
User avatar #43 - recoveryone (07/29/2015) [-]
The road trip thing was my primary concern, of course charging at home removes the problem entirely for most situations. However, even with dedicated charging stations shoving out large amounts of voltage, a multi-day road trip will be severely hampered. And most cars and trucks I've seen get around 400-500 highway miles. I submit to you that in areas that are very spread out, such as my own(United States, Texas more specifically), it's not a viable option, yet. Gas(Petrol) is quite cheap here anyway. Once they hit 650ish miles on a single charge(average daily mileage of a road trip) I'd see no reason not to switch over.
#70 - sherlockbatman (07/29/2015) [-]
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I drive the 2014 Ford Focus
it gets 420 miles per tank of gas, on average
#140 - madmanransom (18 hours ago) [-]
That... that is a good roll.
User avatar #45 - greyhoundfd (07/29/2015) [-]
With all the talk of "Smart Grids" there's been a lot of research into increasing the efficiency of batteries. Maybe in 5 years or so we'll see the Tesla hit storage large enough that it's convenient to use long-distance.
#37 - Tesla's are very quick if nothing else, because, you know, lik…  [+] (35 new replies) 07/29/2015 on Cars +1
User avatar #39 - greyhoundfd (07/29/2015) [-]
Also the only car of its size, possible the only car ever, to get a 5-star safety rating.
User avatar #38 - greyhoundfd (07/29/2015) [-]
>Toggleable autopilot
>260 mile range
>electric
>0-70 in 2.5 seconds
>All the luxuries one would expect from a vehicle of its price
User avatar #40 - recoveryone (07/29/2015) [-]
All luxuries that could be had in another vehicle at a similar price range, minus the 0-70 of course, with the ability to refuel in under 10 minutes(ability to hot swap batteries would solve this, but from my understanding the way it's set up makes it impractical), and most likely a greater range at highway speeds. They're a very impressive niche vehicle, don't get me wrong, but it's still a niche vehicle.
User avatar #42 - greyhoundfd (07/29/2015) [-]
But the refuel system is actually advanced for an electric car. The way the Tesla is designed, you plug it in when you're home so it's always on full battery when you leave. When you're on a long-distance trip though, the only place you're liable to run out of juice, the long refuel time is still okay because you can plug the car in, lock it, and go get food and take a piss while it finishes charging.

Most petrol-run vehicles today get about 300 miles of range on a full tank. Even running between 260-270 at max for range, that's only a 10-13% decrease. Plus, with a minor upgrade it improves to about 286-297, which is only a 1-5% decrease in performance. At worst, you have to make 1 or 2 extra stops if you're driving the East Coast.
User avatar #130 - kevinator (18 hours ago) [-]
300 miles on a full tank, WHAT!? My Kia Optima turbos used to get 750 KM (466 miles) and that was a sub 35k car, my Camaro SS get 350 miles out of its V8
#69 - sherlockbatman (07/29/2015) [-]
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what are you trying to sell a car over the internet?
User avatar #71 - greyhoundfd (07/29/2015) [-]
I just love the idea of electric cars that are comparable to gasoline ones.
User avatar #131 - kevinator (18 hours ago) [-]
I don't , because no exhaust noise, I'd have to have some kind of exhaust emulator. Than again, my Optima got a full turboback with borlas mufflers at the end and I plan to make my Camaro SS a Catted Long tube headers to X pipes to Borla Atak's mufflers.
User avatar #176 - greyhoundfd (14 hours ago) [-]
Most of them do have "simulated" exhaust noise so that there are no safety issues. Also, having been in a Prius while I was doing Driver's Ed, I can tell you that the "engine" still makes noise.
User avatar #177 - kevinator (14 hours ago) [-]
it isn't a combustion noise, that is nowhere near 80 DB or higher though, I drive loud stuff lol, I'd drive a Open manifold if I had to drive a prius.
User avatar #178 - greyhoundfd (14 hours ago) [-]
Oh yeah, a fuckin' prius is definitely not as loud as a Camaro.
User avatar #179 - kevinator (14 hours ago) [-]
For sure aha, you made me think of this Toyota PRIUS with a Flowmaster Muffler (Hippie Support Vehicle for the Married Hot Rodder)
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#46 - derpinstock (07/29/2015) [-]
Yeah but when you include the standard maintainance cost of fedoras plus the daily starbucks/hot topic budgeting its abit more costly than some vehicles
User avatar #48 - greyhoundfd (07/29/2015) [-]
It's a $104,000 car, you're not even going to be able to come close to affording it if you're a fedora-wearing white night or Tumblr-using emo SJW.
User avatar #133 - kevinator (18 hours ago) [-]
104 000 $ isn't that much is you consider you won't be giving in gas anymore, there's barely any maintenance because no fluid changes, it's direct drive from the battery(ies) and you can get shit ton of government funds for driving green.

Take it on a 7 years and you're only paying 1238 $ a month for your car.

Now let's say you opt to get a Ford Fusion at 35 000 $, that's 416 $ a month, now add in 80 $ of fuel, let's say for 4 weels, that's 320 $, now you also need that oil change during the month: 100 $. So your fusion is costing you over 800 $ a month, while if you threw 400 $ more, you'd have a much more luxurious, powerful car.

Now let's throw that in a year, for 12 month, your Tesla would cost you nearly 15 000$

Now your Fusion, would nearly cost you 5000 $ in paiments, 4080 $ in fuel (let's say 51 weeks) and atleast 500 - 1000$ more in maintance

Keep in mind, I'm comparing a Mid-size sedan from ford, to Telsa Full size sedan, god know if you'd get say, a Taurus instead, how close the gap would be.

If you could afford that extra 5 grands, you'd be nuts not to consider it.




#49 - derpinstock (07/29/2015) [-]
Weird because they're the people driving them
User avatar #50 - greyhoundfd (07/29/2015) [-]
Kek, yeah right.

A Tesla is not a Prius you dumb fuck.
#51 - derpinstock (07/29/2015) [-]
I didnt say metrosexual because only swallowing is gay
I said fedora wearing starbucks junkies
User avatar #52 - greyhoundfd (07/29/2015) [-]
I'm not seeing how "Expensive Electric Car" = "Fedora wearing faggot". It sounds like you're just mad and instead of legitimate reasons for why the Model S might be a bad car you're just screaming "NECKBEARDS! NECKBEARDS! NECKBEARDS!"
#53 - derpinstock (07/29/2015) [-]
Thats weird because "expensive electric car" does = "fedora wearing neckbeard"

thats weird because im not mad at all and youre getting frustrated
User avatar #54 - greyhoundfd (07/29/2015) [-]
I'm not mad, you're just being fucking retarded for no reason.
#56 - derpinstock (07/29/2015) [-]
You sound pretty mad
>hurr durr you're screaming "NECKBEARDS! NECKBEARDS! NECKBEARDS!"

my reason is im trolling and pretty damn effectively i Might add
User avatar #57 - greyhoundfd (07/29/2015) [-]
Congratulations to being so emotionally hollow from your last break-up that your idea of fun is to rub one out while making someone mad for no reason.

People like you don't make sense to me. Is it actually fun or something? It doesn't seem like it would be.
#58 - derpinstock (07/29/2015) [-]
#60 - greyhoundfd (07/29/2015) [-]
It's more that I don't get it than that I'm mad. I'm not a sports person, but I can see how playing a lot of sports would be fun. I'm not really into drinking or partying, but I can understand how people would have fun doing either of those things. I just don't see how people can get off just to making other people mad though. I mean, the Ken M shit is funny, but that's because it's stupid and people take it seriously. "Lol, neckbeards" is too common an opinion on here for it to be stupid and funny. You commented in the middle of a serious discussion with something that didn't fit. I mean, you made me mad, but it wasn't good trolling besides that. It's the equivalent of someone asking you to get rid of a spider so you grab a Barrett 50 Cal. and blow the shit out of it. Yeah, you got the spider, but you took out half the wall too; it's just poor form even if it gets the job done.
#61 - derpinstock (07/29/2015) [-]
>im not mad
>yeah you made me mad

That seems like the definition of trolling

>being completely irrelevant in a serious conversation and successfully upsetting them makes for bad trolling
>trolling is a art
User avatar #62 - greyhoundfd (07/29/2015) [-]
Lawnmowing isn't an art, but if you use your mower as a mobile stand while you chop the grass with shears then you're probably bad at it.
#63 - derpinstock (07/29/2015) [-]
Trolling = trawling = "casting a wide net"

this is literally the definition of trolling
Also your metaphores are becoming less poinient, i liked the 50cal spider hunting one though
#65 - derpinstock (07/29/2015) [-]
Sometimes they make people mad
Those are the successful ones
User avatar #64 - greyhoundfd (07/29/2015) [-]
Sometimes they're on point, sometimes they fucking suck. It switches back and forth.
User avatar #43 - recoveryone (07/29/2015) [-]
The road trip thing was my primary concern, of course charging at home removes the problem entirely for most situations. However, even with dedicated charging stations shoving out large amounts of voltage, a multi-day road trip will be severely hampered. And most cars and trucks I've seen get around 400-500 highway miles. I submit to you that in areas that are very spread out, such as my own(United States, Texas more specifically), it's not a viable option, yet. Gas(Petrol) is quite cheap here anyway. Once they hit 650ish miles on a single charge(average daily mileage of a road trip) I'd see no reason not to switch over.
#70 - sherlockbatman (07/29/2015) [-]
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I drive the 2014 Ford Focus
it gets 420 miles per tank of gas, on average
#140 - madmanransom (18 hours ago) [-]
That... that is a good roll.
User avatar #45 - greyhoundfd (07/29/2015) [-]
With all the talk of "Smart Grids" there's been a lot of research into increasing the efficiency of batteries. Maybe in 5 years or so we'll see the Tesla hit storage large enough that it's convenient to use long-distance.
#10 - Now that you mention it, if the facial features are an accurat… 07/28/2015 on Fallout 3 plot in a nutshell +1
#8 - I'm just going to go off on a tangent here about Colonel Autum…  [+] (15 new replies) 07/28/2015 on Fallout 3 plot in a nutshell +33
User avatar #47 - akkere (07/28/2015) [-]
That's more on account of charisma though then any sort of true good in him. He's just not egotistical enough to waste away potential resources until they stop being useful, as evidenced by the fact that he'll waste you if you help him with the purifier code.
Maybe in FO4 or some other sequel he might be a changed man, but as it stands he's just a snake to the core.
People should really understand that actions really do speak louder than words. What Autumn speaks of isn't much different than Eden's bantering on the radio.
#43 - funpunk (07/28/2015) [-]
Good guy? If you give him the right purifier code he goes all "You have outlived your usefulness" and fucking shoots you! If anything, he's Chaotic Neutral. Fuck that, I passed the speech check then melted him with my plasma rifle the second his back was turned. I don't trust the Enclave at all, not even "Good guy" Autumn. Plus, I wanted that sweet-ass coat. And I killed that scientist bitch in the Enclave base that betrayed your father with my Shishkebab.
User avatar #46 - samxdaxman (07/28/2015) [-]
I haven't played FO3 in a while, who was the scientist that betrayed your dad?
User avatar #50 - funpunk (07/28/2015) [-]
Anna Holt. She's not important to the story, she's just a bitch.
User avatar #52 - samxdaxman (07/28/2015) [-]
Oh yeah, forgot about that bitch.
User avatar #11 - ILoveFurries (07/28/2015) [-]
Colonel Autumn was the reason I fell in love with the Enclave.
User avatar #9 - honourableevil (07/28/2015) [-]
Yeah, you can let him live at the end with a high enough speech check. And honestly I don't really hate the Enclave, since their ultimate goal was always to unfuck the wasteland back to civilization. Sure, they aren't "good" but neither is the Brotherhood who just wanted the horde tech and until Lyons came along they were happy to shoot any "savages" if it meant getting some good tech, using the motto "People can't be trusted with tech" to justify their methods. I hope that if the Enclave does return in fo4 we'll be given a choice if we wanted to side with them or the Brotherhood.
#13 - bann (07/28/2015) [-]
Now hoooooold up nigga, hold up. Forget not that in FO2, the Enclave had a plan to kill everyone who had been touched by radiation with the FEV virus.
User avatar #22 - iamnuff (07/28/2015) [-]
didn't they do that in FO3 too?

Pretty sure they tried to add something to the purifier that would kill anyone mutated by FEV (which is everybody)
#49 - bann (07/28/2015) [-]
Yuuup. Never made sense to me though, since you'd think once it killed a few people they'd all avoid it. Whatever though.
User avatar #60 - iamnuff (07/28/2015) [-]
Not really.

It's the fallout-verse. You don't really see it, unless you play on hardcore, but water is valuable.

The NCR's entire monetary system was backed by water at one point.

You'd just get people ripping the labels of bottles of the stuff and selling it, or thousands of people drinking it and dying because they didn't know any better.

No, even ignoring the bottled stuff, apparently it even purified the irradiated rivers. Who knows what it did to the rain.

Considering the sheer about of dirty water people will willingly drink to survive, adding another type of water that is immediately lethal would pretty much kill off everyone in DC eventually.
User avatar #14 - honourableevil (07/28/2015) [-]
Yeah, I remember. Eden had the same plan too, he even copied notes from fo2. Eden's plan was to use the Purifier to distribute the virus across the wasteland, effectively killing any and all mutated creatures such as Super Mutants, Ghouls, and humans with contaminated DNA. In the "Bad End" for fo3 we see that pretty much everyone except for Vault Dwellers and the Enclave are spared from the being wiped the fuck out. The goal was to pretty much "Fuck it, let's start over!" and arguably even though it's a fucking genocide it did make the wasteland "safer" with less mutants roaming about.

However, Col. Autumn didn't agree with the whole "KILL EVERYONE BUT US" plan as seen in the last confrontation with him and even before. He probably knew about the plan but turned Eden down, which is probably why Eden went with The Lone Wanderer instead. As stated above Autumn would pretty much be doing what the Brotherhood was doing in Broken Steel, distributing water and rebuilding society with the leverage that water gave them.
#15 - bann (07/28/2015) [-]
Hmm, alright, fair point. I still think that the Enclave troops would have turned once the "president" was dead though.
User avatar #98 - themarineelite (07/29/2015) [-]
Funny thing is when you are escaping Raven Rock, they are attacking the robots Eden has control over.
User avatar #10 - recoveryone (07/28/2015) [-]
Now that you mention it, if the facial features are an accurate indicator of age, Elder Lyons was around the same age of Colonel Autumn when he separated from The Brotherhood to help the people of The Wasteland...
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#213 - idhitjack (07/27/2015) [-]
I always thought the weekenders got a raw deal for their training, you'd think the command would capitalize on the opportunity. I like MA's by the way, for some reason you guys are way cooler than MP's. Lol
User avatar #222 - recoveryone (07/27/2015) [-]
I didn't have a billet at the time, I required at least 1 AT to get a satisfactory year, so I took what ever I could. It wasn't bad, worked from 9:00-3:00 with an hour for lunch. When it comes to actual training(Master at Arms A-School, C-Schools like K9 and such), we get the exact same as Active Duty, but ATs are what ever you can get and make of it. MAs seem overall a lot cooler than MPs because from my understanding, we function more like a Sheriff's Department than Police Department. We also trained very close to(literally, we shared a building and some instructors at Lackland) with Air Force Security Forces, who are very, courteous overall.

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User avatar #1 - affix (06/05/2015) [-]
Im active duty, not reserve.
User avatar #2 to #1 - recoveryone (06/05/2015) [-]
I never said you were? I said "Weekend Warrior thing such as myself"
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