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2013-01-21 02:04:32 PM

Farking Canuck: Chains ruin the roads. They are not allowed in Ontario.
Tire studs are restricted to northern areas and winter months.
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I have studded snow tires on my car four or five months a year. You need them for the hills, but after a few years, the studs wear off anyway.
 
2013-01-21 02:13:49 PM
I thought the Dreamliners were grounded?

/DRTFA
 
2013-01-21 02:21:48 PM
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2013-01-21 02:32:46 PM

Farking Canuck: Whoa. Where I live, there are times and places when tire chains are mandatory; I've never heard of them being prohibited.

Chains ruin the roads. They are not allowed in Ontario.

Tire studs are restricted to northern areas and winter months.


That seems a little backwards--people tend leave snow tires on for the season, driving them on dry pavement where the roads have been plowed. Chains, on the other hand, are a nuisance to drive on and do not require jacking the car up to take them off, so people tend to remove them once they are out of the stretch of road that required them. I would think that, of the two, studded tires would be considered more ruinous.
 
2013-01-21 03:51:12 PM
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2013-01-21 03:56:00 PM

pciszek: Farking Canuck: Whoa. Where I live, there are times and places when tire chains are mandatory; I've never heard of them being prohibited.

Chains ruin the roads. They are not allowed in Ontario.

Tire studs are restricted to northern areas and winter months.

That seems a little backwards--people tend leave snow tires on for the season, driving them on dry pavement where the roads have been plowed. Chains, on the other hand, are a nuisance to drive on and do not require jacking the car up to take them off, so people tend to remove them once they are out of the stretch of road that required them. I would think that, of the two, studded tires would be considered more ruinous.


Sure. Not defending the policy.

Just saying what the rules are.

Chains - private property only.
Studs - only certain types, only in winter months, only in northern part of Ontario.

Apparently $1000 fine for violations.
 
2013-01-21 05:22:38 PM

Neanderthal: You biatch! You Slut! You Whore!

//Those who have been to Pete's Dueling Piano Bar will understand.


heh you don't need to go there for that, just grow up in the MidWest

/I'm ok now
 
2013-01-21 05:59:40 PM

cmb53208: Elroydb: cmb53208: Thread fails without comment from the Mackensie Brothers

This is about airplanes landing, not by getting free beer by putting mice in a bottle

Yeah well, if your Air Canada flight loses a wheel landing at Pearson Airport I hear you're supposed to get a free case of Elsinore. Along with some back bacon


Well I guess we gotta go to the brewery and get our beer eh?
 
2013-01-21 06:46:47 PM
All's wheel that ends wheel.
 
2013-01-22 03:51:47 AM
Alright, I'll say it. I've never heard this joke before...and I found it farking hilarious. Really.

I almost lost some beer.

Say what you will.
 
2013-01-22 12:59:53 PM
I remember my uncle making this joke nearly 20 years ago.
 
2013-01-22 02:36:12 PM

utsagrad123: I remember my uncle making this joke nearly 20 years ago.


30 years ago I popped a wheelie over a small trench on my bike as a kid and the front wheel rolled away. Front forks drove into the ground and I ended up sliding across the gravel on my back.

And when I got home my dad sang that song to me. He thought he was hilarious ... I was still crying.

/second CSB today ... I must be getting soft in my old age.
 
2013-01-22 11:26:04 PM

utsagrad123: I remember my uncle making this joke nearly 20 years ago.


Well la di da. That and a nickel will get you... well, fark all, these days.
 
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