Questions you want answered.

My 2007 Civic is jealous of your CR-V and your Fit.

I have a foot that causes my car to speed up and slow down. My mom and dad created it, geniuses those two.

The following distance feature is great. All cars should be required to have them and all drivers should be required to use them.

I rented a car for a while that had it. It feels weird for an hour and after that it's really nice.

Are the people in star wars human?

strangederby wrote:

Are the people in star wars human?

Yes, but ancient, and from a distant galaxy.

Unless they aren’t.

I mean, Chewbacca's not.

RawkGWJ wrote:

The following distance feature is great. All cars should be required to have them and all drivers should be required to use them.

The lack of this feature is why I've historically hated cruise control and almost never use it.

I'm a nervous passenger when there isn't sufficient space between me and the car in front, and dumb cruise control basically puts me in that situation repeatedly. My normal driving style leaves way "too much" space in front of my car.

So the only time I ever use cruise control is long road trips with very little other traffic on the road. And given I live in suburban Seattle, that's a rarity.

The better question is: Are humans the people in Star Wars?

Jonman wrote:
RawkGWJ wrote:

The following distance feature is great. All cars should be required to have them and all drivers should be required to use them.

The lack of this feature is why I've historically hated cruise control and almost never use it.

I'm a nervous passenger when there isn't sufficient space between me and the car in front, and dumb cruise control basically puts me in that situation repeatedly. My normal driving style leaves way "too much" space in front of my car.

So the only time I ever use cruise control is long road trips with very little other traffic on the road. And given I live in suburban Seattle, that's a rarity.

My girlfriend’s car (Nissan Pathfinder) has a “smart” cruise that reliably keeps 1.5 - 2secs from the car in front of me. I really like it, especially for those situations when the guy in front of me is doing 2-3 clicks slower than I want, but I can’t be bothered to pass.

It’s great for long trips on interstates. The CR-V also has lane crossing warnings and wiggles, an auto-brake feature to cut your speed before a collision, blind spot warnings and an alertness monitoring mode that will detect when you are getting tired and losing your edge. It’s a remarkable combination. Only issue is very heavy rain and snow that interfere with the sensors.

Does anyone know of a type of mouthwash that is thicker? It is almost like a gel or syrup and it had little crystals in it. I found it could actually chip away plaque on my teeth and was wondering if they still sell it. I believe it was Crest but I'm not 100%. I was wondering if they stopped making it and if so it was because it was too effective.

Never heard of this. All I can find is that while there are effective anti-plaque mouthwashes of various types, none of them are as good as the brushing/flossing combo. They are supplemental, not replacements.

I’m always open to being wrong, though. Very curious about this.

My wife had plaque / gum problems, to the tune of going to the dentist each quarter for a cleaning. They went away when she started using a Sonicare with the newer Plaque Control heads. Something to consider...

fangblackbone wrote:

Does anyone know of a type of mouthwash that is thicker? It is almost like a gel or syrup and it had little crystals in it. I found it could actually chip away plaque on my teeth and was wondering if they still sell it. I believe it was Crest but I'm not 100%. I was wondering if they stopped making it and if so it was because it was too effective.

That was just toothpaste. Someone was Punk’ding you.

If today was my last day at work, and Monday I start my new position - when do I update LinkedIn? Monday?

SallyNasty wrote:

If today was my last day at work, and Monday I start my new position - when do I update LinkedIn? Monday?

Your first day. At least that's how I'd do it.

How do male horses run fast since they have gigantic penises?

maverickz wrote:
SallyNasty wrote:

If today was my last day at work, and Monday I start my new position - when do I update LinkedIn? Monday?

Your first day.

At a time when you're supposed to be working.

MaxShrek wrote:

How do male horses run fast since they have gigantic penises?

Well I run fast.

...

If only the above statement was applicable to the question asked.

MaxShrek wrote:

How do male horses run fast since they have gigantic penises?

Same way people do.

Spoiler:

Without a boner.

MaxShrek wrote:

How do male horses run fast since they have gigantic penises?

They retract.

WizKid wrote:
MaxShrek wrote:

How do male horses run fast since they have gigantic penises?

They retract.

This is the correct answer. Horses have telescoping penises.

So it's not like a dick door. What if he sees some hot filly, would he trip himself?

He would get a speed boost from an extra leg.

Maybe that's what that Bob Bafford guy should have done and not rubbed topical cream on his horses.

Is chilly just American Curry?

strangederby wrote:

Is chilly just American Curry?

Hmm. Tons of different spices. No singular recipe. I’ll accept it.