Hey Wally, what's with the windmill?, Rogers AR, November 28, 2009
Someday I'm going to have a travel day with no issues to think about. Really.
Another observation on tires and tire pressure
Today I ran west on I-40 toward Oklahoma City for a few miles. This section of I-40 is a horribly rough concrete road and now that my teeth are quite sufficiently loose in my jaw I think I'll try 75psi for a while. I like the stability I get at 80psi but my teeth hurt. Maybe 75psi will soften up the harshness a tad without sacrificing too much of the great stability I discussed here yesterday.
Once I got beyond the rough concrete section I had a chance to run about 70mph for the first time with the new tires and dang, wouldn't you know the old tire wheel hop is still there. I must be missing something. I've had a lot of front end work done in the past year and to think I still have an issue up there makes me twitch. Sheesh - will this nonsense never end?
Wal-Mart Supercenter Store #113, 2001 So. 1st St., Chickasha, OK 73018 - (405) 224-1867
- Good level parking
- Verizon cell phone service- Extended Network
- Verizon EVDO Broadband service - via Extended Network, signal varies
- Locate this Walmart on my Night Camps map
- Find other Wal-Marts in the area
- Check the weather here
Hardly anyone out there is going to take this seriously, but TV changes you. The kicker is that if you watch it all the time, you'll never know, which under normal circumstances ought to scare you shitless...
No amount of sermonizing will make a difference here, so I'll move on. But I'm telling you, it's true. If you disconnect from the medium long enough to stop associating certain days and times with TV shows you're used to watching, you WILL be different, with values and behavior that arise from sources you never knew existed. There is no arguing with this, you simply have to experience it.