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And both your country and my country could have fit inside the (no longer existing) country Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, which was 8,650,000 square miles.

 

Again - big whoop.

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50 minutes ago, Abilene Slim SASS 81783 said:

What's the average speed on those highways? Is there a speed limit, or is the surface the limiting factor?

 

 

 

Common sense speed mostly, lots of camels, and big brahman cattle wandering about. Usually the corrugations are enough to loosen your teeth to make you go slow and if sections are sealed its usually only one car width which necessitates pulling over onto the shoulder at least two wheels while the other vehicle does the same (and hope it's not a 65 meter long road train) if it's been raining, getting those two wheels back on the sealed section can be fun. 

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5 hours ago, Buckshot Bear said:

 

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Where is the next electric car recharging station?

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On 3/22/2023 at 4:21 AM, Alpo said:

And both your country and my country could have fit inside the (no longer existing) country Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, which was 8,650,000 square miles.

 

Again - big whoop.

The Union of Soviet Socialist Republics was never a country. It was a union of countries.

 

near as I can figure it was 15 countries.

 

oh, and I’m sure you have heard of first world and third world. Warsaw Pact nations were the second world.

 

 

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On 3/22/2023 at 11:36 PM, DeaconKC said:

Where is the next electric car recharging station?

 

Much like here in Canada, they are planting a grove of current bushes every 250 miles.

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On 3/22/2023 at 5:23 PM, Buckshot Bear said:

 

Common sense speed mostly, lots of camels, and big brahman cattle wandering about. Usually the corrugations are enough to loosen your teeth to make you go slow and if sections are sealed its usually only one car width which necessitates pulling over onto the shoulder at least two wheels while the other vehicle does the same (and hope it's not a 65 meter long road train) if it's been raining, getting those two wheels back on the sealed section can be fun. 

Many decades back, in Great Britain, there were striped posts and laybys every so often on narrow rural roads.  Paved as was the road.  Always thought it was a great idea.

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9 minutes ago, Chickasaw Bill SASS #70001 said:

Bologna if the dia , is around 4 in , reckon that would be 100mm

 

 if small dia it would be summer sasuage , but that does not have near enough spices for that 

 

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Actually, there is a local company whose hot dogs I buy to give my old dogs their meds.  Saw their baloney the other day and bought some, 4" across, and thick slices.  Add a bit of cheese and tomato sauce or BBQ, not a bad sandwich.  Indistinguishable from Devon, I'd bet.

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Nothing like a good, fried baloney sandwich with a little brown mustard on white bread.  Throw in some Kraft Mac & Cheese, a dill pickle, and a Cowboy Hat, and I'm 10 years old again!  Damn, Now I'm Hungry! 

 

 

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