Thursday, October 30, 2014

looks like they've finally decided that they've found where Amelia Earhart crash landed

This is her Lockheed Electra, (beautiful little plane) as it was patched in Miami, the last time she was in civilized places, and the arrow points to the unique patch that was put over a window.

Season 5 is going to be another fun time with Jerry Seinfeld, as his gets coffee with comedians in cars

Banksy does New York

Found on

San Diego, North on the 163 south of the 8 interchange, Motorcyclist to the rescue (always have a knife, and a camera, you never know)

At a glance it looks like she's being choked, she isn't. The paramedic is trying to keep her neck from moving while she is standing and the other paramedic is coming with a neck brace

reminder of how cops can act professionally, and inspire incredible acts of tolerance when confronted by idiots, Maine State Trooper Stephen Murray

cool dog photographer, Ron Schmidt

Mopar catching up to GM on recalls, and it's quality chief just quit

 The largest of two recalls announced Wednesday covers almost 382,000 Ram 2500 and 3500 pickups and Ram 4500 and 5500 chassis cabs from 2010 through 2014.

In trucks with 6.7-Liter Cummins diesel engines, corrosion on a fuel heater terminal could cause overheating, fuel leaks and fires.

The second recall covers more than 184,000 Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Durango SUVs from 2014. A debris cover over a circuit board in the steering column control module can disrupt communications and disable the stability control. The problem was discovered when dealers started getting reports from customers that electronic stability control warning lights were coming on.

Fiat Chrysler has issued 33 global recalls and 27 in the U.S. so far this year. Doug Betts, its longtime quality chief, left the company to pursue other options after Consumer Reports' survey-based rankings this year showed four Fiat Chrysler brands at the bottom of its list. Dodge, Ram, Jeep and Fiat performed worst of 28 brands ranked by the magazine.