If it were me, I might do something with stretched fabric. Give it a nightclub type finish. Or maybe paint to contrast the room decor.
Have fun with it!
Have fun with it!
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Part of the reason that the price for new vehicles has gone up is the content that is expected or required today.True True.....I for one would rather work my muscles and actually turn the steering
The cars of not so long ago were pretty basic. Today you might have 10 airbags, antilock brakes, stabiltiy control, GPS, power everything, 6, 7, or 8 speed transmissions, direct fuel injection, turbocharging on more and more engines, stricter emissions controls, better crash structure, better rollover protection and so on. the list goes on and keeps growing. I forgot the computer controls to make it all work together.
New car buyers want it all, they don't always want to pay for it.
wheel...and press on the brakes with the ole foot...heck I still drive a standard tranny...
THAN pay rip off prices for frills and convenience...but unfortunately, there are no
vehicles that are good yet basically equipped. I said it before and I say it still, the blame
for this goes squarely upon the insurance industry.
now better yet, what could be done to change/rectify this???
Build a time machine and go back 50 years....
Thanks Tom! That was very informative. I hadn't noticed a "stall" but just thought it was part of the process. I'm very familiar with the Texas Crutch but since I've had (eaten) substandard brisket done that way I eschewed that process when taking on brisket for the first time. Now I realize they were just lousy or unenlightened bbq'ers.
I will try it next time. Gonna gave to get a !@#$ remote probe thermometer now.
I have Denny's Rye IPA on tap right now. It's not the clearest beer I've ever served but not the cloudiest either. I don't think I should expect it to clear like my lighter ales. The rye adds enough protean to cause a little haze.
After a month or so at cold temps, mine ends up crystal clear.