Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Bitchin' Rides

hobbies du jure 


  Bitchin' Rides has edged out Wheeler Dealers as my favorite gear-head show.  Dave Kindig owns Kindig-It Design, a car customizer in Salt Lake City.  I'll use this as an example of their design prowess.  A client brought in a 1959 Buick Invicta. This is the last car in the world I'd want in my garage, in any condition.  However, by show's end I not only would love to own it, I'd find a way to mount it on my living room wall.  Kindig-it does everything in house; their style is "clean lines."  They custom manufacture steel and aluminum bodies; instruments, door openers, blah-blah-blah.  They can print parts on their 3-D printer, they have a giant plasma cutter,  paint and upholstery departments that are magnificentANDthey can put an entire car on a "rotisserie" and rotate  for access.  The staff are expert. The downside is that I'm about to run out of new episodes.  (Velocity)

Also see: Dave Kindig and Bitchin’ Rides Are Taking Over the Hot Rod World (v Chip Foose)

"cannot ever be an ideology compatible with any others"

White Children Learn How Peaceful Islam Is
When They Meet Muslim Migrants

But why is this happening so rampantly between Muslim migrants and non-Muslim Westerners? We’ve always been taught that race has no bearing on character, and that they are no different from us. However, it isn’t race, nationality, or even culture that has created this silent war among us.

Islam knows no skin color, nor does it vary much from country to country. Because Islam is an ideology, its fundamentals remain constant throughout centuries of migration. Because its fundamentals are violent, it cannot ever be an ideology compatible with any others.

Muslim on live TV: “We Have The Right to Kill Anyone Who Does Not Respect Islam”

Deadlocked Court

Thug Culture

Should public employee unions be
able to impose mandatory dues?

Anybody here seen my old friend Antonin ?
Can you tell me where he's gone?
He freed lotta people but it seems the good they die young
You know I just looked around and he's gone

The Bigger Question; Should public employees even be allowed to unionize?