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2023.06.08 22:54 versacekev Aeroskin hood deflector
Just installed and it changed the looks heavily. Tomorrow I will be going on a mini road trip from N to S Florida and will be able to see the effectiveness.submitted by versacekev to BroncoSport [link] [comments]
I was very impressed with the adhesion and it does seal tight all around. I was skeptical at first that it have leave gaps open to air pockets or debris, but that’s not an issue now.
As with anything, prepping is always the key. Clean the hood, alcohol wipe down, and then apply the secondary adhesive wipe before mounting on.
The kit, ordered from ford, came with everything needed.
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2023.06.07 18:54 rusticgorilla Georgia uses domestic terrorism law to suppress Cop City protests and community organization
The Atlanta Police Foundation, which is helping fund the project in an unincorporated part of DeKalb county, says on its website that it will have “the necessary facilities required to effectively train 21st-century law enforcement agencies responsible for public safety in a major urban city.”The project was approved by the city of Atlanta in September 2021 after 17 hours of public comment, 70% of which was against the training center.
Among the training features will be a burn tower for firefighters to practice extinguishing life-threatening blazes; areas for high-speed vehicle chases; a helicopter landing pad; a mock village including residential, school, nightlife and community areas, with structures such as a bank and a gas station; and a shooting range.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said...that she is aware of widespread opposition to the recently-approved $90 million public safety training facility to be built of forested land, and it is unfortunate that the city “didn’t have anything else to choose from” in terms of other potential sites to build the sprawling facility.Shortly after the city vote in late 2021, forest defenders and activists barricaded the area and took residence among the trees to prevent the forest from being demolished. The movement is largely described as leaderless and autonomous, with participants citing varied motivations:
“It’s sort of this ungoverned amorphous group of folks,” said Roddy. “Nobody's the boss. It’s really empowering to see how much a group of folks can accomplish together and to know that you can participate however feels empowering and feels comfortable to you.”The protests have attracted people against the further militarization of the police, the destruction of green space and pollution of the environment, and the continuance of colonial policies (South River Forest was once Muscogee Creek Native American land).
In an interview from an encampment in the Atlanta forest last year, a protester identified only as Tortuguita—Spanish for “little turtle”—explained how nonviolence would pave the way for them to successfully stop “Cop City,” a proposed $90 million police training facility slated to be built across 85-acres of dense woodland.On January 18, 2023, officers raided the South River Forest encampment. According to the official police account, Paez Terán ignored their commands to exit a tent and pulled a gun, firing first at officers. A bullet allegedly from a gun in Paez Terán’s possession struck an officer in the pelvic area. The troopers then opened fire on Paez Terán, killing them.
“We get a lot of support from people who live here, and that’s important because we win through nonviolence,” Tortuguita, who used they/them pronouns, told journalist David Peisner for a feature published in Bitter Southerner in December and updated this week. “We’re not going to beat them at violence.”
Approximately 18 minutes into the video, four gunshots can be heard off-camera and one officer mutters, “Oh shit,” to himself. The group of Atlanta police officers immediately stop in their tracks, then another 16 shots ring out before there’s a barrage of noise—making it hard to make out individual shots. After approximately 12 seconds of shooting an officer can be heard muttering to himself, “Is this target practice?” Another officer turns and says, “Those are real shots being fired.”Further calling into question the official version of events, the DeKalb County coroner did not find gunpowder residue on Paez Terán’s hands. An independent autopsy determined that Paez Téran had been shot 14 times "by different firearms" with their hands raised while sitting cross-legged on the ground—again, inconsistent with the firing of a gun, though the autopsy report states “it is impossible to determine” if they were holding a firearm or not.
Roughly a minute and 40 seconds after the first shot, the group starts to move ahead after some sort of audible signal. The officers are warned multiple times about crossfire.
One officer whispers quietly, “They’re shooting at us.”
“Nah, that sounded like suppressed gunfire.”
“Yeah, it did.”
An announcement over the radio confirms an officer was injured. A few seconds later, the officer wearing the body camera can be heard saying, “Man, you fucked your own officer up.” [...]
In the last two minutes as officers are seemingly winding down from the operation a conversation can be overheard.
“Did they shoot their own man?”
To which an officer replies, “We don’t know what he got shot by…” and the rest of what he says is hard to decipher. An officer responds and says, “The first one, they said, was suppressed.”
ACLU: The amendment added a stigmatizing label and a harsher punishment — up to 35 years in prison — to property crimes that were already illegal, simply because of accompanying political expression critical of government policy. At the time of the amendment’s passing, the ACLU of Georgia and other civil rights groups objected that the statute could be weaponized to suppress protected First Amendment activity…As states have increasingly passed “domestic terrorism” laws, the result is that a range of at times wholly innocent or constitutionally protected activity is penalized and stigmatized with a politically-charged label.In December 2022, five protesters were arrested for allegedly throwing rocks at police cars while officers tried to clear the forest. All were charged with domestic terrorism, four with criminal trespassing, three with aggravated assault, and two with interference with government property.
The probable cause stated in the warrants against the activists is extremely weak. Police cited arrestees having mud on their shoes — in a forest. The warrants alleged they had written a legal support phone number on their arms, as is common during mass protests. And, in a few cases, police alleged protesters were holding shields — hardly proof of illegal activity — which a number of defendants even deny…In April, police arrested three activists in Cartersville, about 40 miles north of Atlanta, for distributing flyers calling attention to the police killing of Paez Terán. The three were charged with felony intimidation of an officer of the state and misdemeanor stalking for sharing flyers that included the names of six officers involved in the shooting—information that was already made public by a different organization.
“Roughly 1,500 people attended over the weekend; to dance, to commune, and to take a stand against Cop City,” organizers of the music festival, the Sonic Defense Committee, told me. “There is no excuse for the police violence that festival attendees were subjected to.”
According to their lawyer, Lyra Foster, the activists drove once through the neighborhood and placed flyers on numerous mailboxes without exiting their vehicle or approaching any residents…All three arrestees are being held at Bartow County Jail; all were denied bond by a magistrate judge on Monday. None of the defendants has a criminal history, nor is there any allegation of violence in the current charges. “Denying them bond was extreme, in my opinion,” Foster said.Finally, last week Atlanta police officers and agents from the Georgia Bureau of Investigation arrested three people connected to the Atlanta Solidarity Fund, which has paid bail and provided legal support for Cop City protesters. Video of the raid showed at least a dozen officers in riot gear with assault rifles raiding a community organizing house in East Atlanta. The three people arrested — Marlon Kautz, 39; Savannah Patterson, 30; and Adele MacLean, 42 — were charged with the felony crimes of charity fraud and money laundering, under the state’s tenuous theory that supporting protesters accused of domestic terrorism is, itself, a crime.
Lauren Regan, executive director of the Civil Liberties Defense Center, called the arrests an "extreme provocation" in a statement.Gov. Kemp called the organizers “criminals”:
"Bailing out protestors who exercise their constitutionally protected rights is simply not a crime," Regan said. "In fact, it is a historically grounded tradition in the very same social and political movements that the city of Atlanta prides itself on. Someone had to bail out civil rights activists in the 60's — I think we can all agree that community support isn't a crime."
“These criminals facilitated and encouraged domestic terrorism with no regard for others, watching as communities faced the destructive consequences of their actions.” the Republican said. “Here in Georgia, we do not allow that to happen.”
Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr, also a Republican, pledged to “not rest until we have held accountable every person who has funded, organized, or participated in this violence and intimidation.”
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2023.06.04 22:41 UsedCicada9696 Open Forum talks about best vehicles to use to hitch a horse trailer with
Kevin Bacon is doing Hyundai commercials § < Sad- > 2023-06-02 17:46submitted by UsedCicada9696 to OpenForumPG [link] [comments]
: . . Jeff Bridges used to do them § < sullivan77 > 2023-06-02 17:47
: . . The man's gotta pay the mortgage < Zombie-Fungus > 2023-06-02 17:47-5
on his $15 million house.
: . . I never cared for Kevin Bacon. § < Morgan-LeFay > 2023-06-02 17:47
: . . : . . he's not kosher § < - > 2023-06-02 17:48
: . . : . . : . . LOL § < Morgan-LeFay > 2023-06-02 17:48
: . . joe biden does depends ads § < when-he-aint-falling > 2023-06-02 17:49+1
: . . : . . put a a cork in it, corky § < - > 2023-06-02 17:50+10
: . . There's no shame in commercials < - > 2023-06-02 17:49
Kia Tellurides are super nice too, as long as you get the tow hitch harness fixed
: . . : . . Why would anyone actually tow anything with a < sullivan77 > 2023-06-02 17:51
: . . : . . : . . It's a full size SUV more than capable of towing < - > 2023-06-02 17:52
But yea, get that harness fixed before it burns down your house
: . . : . . : . . : . . I'd still not use it to tow anyhing... NOTHING § < sullivan77 > 2023-06-02 17:53
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . Why? § < - > 2023-06-02 17:54
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . It's just not................ a vehicle I'd use < sullivan77 > 2023-06-02 17:55
for that purpose. I like me some good 'ol American muscle for that. (Ford F-350.)
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . Of course you do, because FORD is the acronym < Morgan-LeFay > 2023-06-02 17:56
for Fucked On Road Daily.
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . My husband and I both drive new Ford trucks. < ItsmeLD > 2023-06-02 17:57
I’m not sure what you are getting at.
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . It's a just a joke. lol § < Morgan-LeFay > 2023-06-02 17:58
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . No, it's definitely rooted in reality < - > 2023-06-02 18:00
Fords truck lines may be ok but everything else they produce is shit
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . My first car was a Mercury Sable, basically a < Morgan-LeFay > 2023-06-02 18:03
Ford Taurus, and the transmission went out on it after two years. I had a 1991 Ford Explorer and that thing kept falling apart on me to where I started thinking FORD was actually short for Fix Or Repair Daily.
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . It can tow up to 5,500lbs with its 300 hp engine < - > 2023-06-02 17:57
There's absolutely nothing wrong with towing with a Kia, as long as you get that original harness replaced
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . Like I said. It's weird and wrong to use it for < sullivan77 > 2023-06-02 17:58
anything other than cruising. And if I see you out there on the road, driving it and pulling something with it, I'm gonna pull you over and we're gonna have some words.
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . Seems classist to me § < - > 2023-06-02 17:59
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . Nope. I'm just helping a troubled soul see reason < sullivan77 > 2023-06-02 18:01
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . He is right. A Kia is like a college < ItsmeLD > 2023-06-02 18:01+5
kid ride. Something inexpensive daddy buys to get his kid around. If you can afford toys that need to be towed, you should be able to afford a proper vehicle to tow them.
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . He's actually not < - > 2023-06-02 18:06 pic
A Kia Telluride with all the bells and whistles is a 60k vehicle You seem dumb
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . Look at how the rear end of the Kia is sagging < sullivan77 > 2023-06-02 18:07
from the load it's attached to, LMAO!
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . You're complaining about an inch of sag? < - > 2023-06-02 18:13
That trailer was towed 1,500 miles with no problems Jesus, you're a terrible classist
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . Funny! The Ford doesn't have tow hitch < sullivan77 > 2023-06-02 18:14
problems and doesn't sag with an even heavier load.
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . They just come with their own set of problems < - > 2023-06-02 18:21
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . Seems they can still tow a load decently < sullivan77 > 2023-06-02 18:23
without sagging and having hitch problems, which is the focal point of the load being towed. Also, I've NEVER had ANY of those issues with Ford.
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . They do tow wonderfully. My last < ItsmeLD > 2023-06-02 18:25
truck went back and forth to Florida several times pulling a horse trailer with zero issues, even climbing the mountains, it had no problem .
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . Correct. I wouldn't use a Kia to pull a horse < sullivan77 > 2023-06-02 18:26
trailer or an RV trailer.
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . All vehicles have issues. That is why you trade < ItsmeLD > 2023-06-02 18:23
it before the warranty runs out. We never have a vehicle not under warranty.
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . At least it's not a Subaru. § < Morgan-LeFay > 2023-06-02 18:07
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . ...And here's what I'm talking about: < sullivan77 > 2023-06-02 18:08 pic
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . You seem poor. § < ItsmeLD > 2023-06-02 18:13+5
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . Just when I thought you couldn't get dumber § < - > 2023-06-02 18:15
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . Well, arguably you are the dumb one as < ItsmeLD > 2023-06-02 18:19+5
you think a Kia is a good vehicle to tow with. 🙄
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . Reading comprehension problems too? Dumb as rock < - > 2023-06-02 18:25
Direct me to the post where I said it's a good vehicle to tow with I merely stated it's capable and that is the truth
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . Ok...... 🙄 lol. I’m not going to rub < ItsmeLD > 2023-06-02 18:30
your nose in it. I’ll allow you to bow out with your pride intact.
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . As somebody who pulls a horse trailer < ItsmeLD > 2023-06-02 17:55
Fairly often, no way I’d use a Kia. Lol
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . I would use a Dodge Ram. § < Morgan-LeFay > 2023-06-02 17:56
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . A Dodge Ram is better than a Kia for towing. § < ItsmeLD > 2023-06-02 17:58
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . 👆 This § < sullivan77 > 2023-06-02 17:58
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . That's what my grandparents would use for their < Morgan-LeFay > 2023-06-02 18:01
horse trailer. My sister got the truck after my grandmother died though, I wanted that truck, but I had my own Chevrolet Aveo at the time. A Kia and a small Chevy car I think would both not be good for towing.
: . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . : . . Yeah, they aren’t. I like something < ItsmeLD > 2023-06-02 18:02
with some power and built to do the job.
: . . : . . at first I thought they looked nice < - > 2023-06-02 17:57
and from certain angles they do, but after the new wears off they look a little ridiculus
: . . Bernie Madoff took his money lol § < - > 2023-06-02 18:14
2023.06.04 11:19 Tigrannes On this day in History, June 4
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Early Modern World
1411 – King Charles VI granted a monopoly for the ripening of Roquefort cheese to the people of Roquefort-sur-Soulzon as they had been doing for centuries.
1561 – The steeple of St Paul's, the medieval cathedral of London, is destroyed in a fire caused by lightning and is never rebuilt.
1615 – Siege of Osaka: Forces under Tokugawa Ieyasu take Osaka Castle in Japan.
1745 – Battle of Hohenfriedberg: Frederick the Great's Prussian army decisively defeated an Austrian army under Prince Charles Alexander of Lorraine during the War of the Austrian Succession.
1760 – Great Upheaval: New England planters arrive to claim land in Nova Scotia, Canada, taken from the Acadians.
1783 – The Montgolfier brothers publicly demonstrate their montgolfière (hot air balloon).
1784 – Élisabeth Thible becomes the first woman to fly in an untethered hot air balloon. Her flight covers four kilometres (2.5 mi) in 45 minutes, and reached 1,500 metres (4,900 ft) altitude (estimated).
1792 – Captain George Vancouver claims Puget Sound for the Kingdom of Great Britain.
1802 – King Charles Emmanuel IV of Sardinia abdicates his throne in favor of his brother, Victor Emmanuel.
1812 – Following Louisiana's admittance as a U.S. state, the Louisiana Territory is renamed the Missouri Territory.
1825 – General Lafayette, a French officer in the American Revolutionary War, speaks at what would become Lafayette Square, Buffalo, during his visit to the United States.
1855 – Major Henry C. Wayne departs New York aboard the USS Supply to procure camels to establish the U.S. Camel Corps.
1859 – Italian Independence wars: In the Battle of Magenta, the French army, under Louis-Napoleon, defeat the Austrian army.
1862 – American Civil War: Confederate troops evacuate Fort Pillow on the Mississippi River, leaving the way clear for Union troops to take Memphis, Tennessee.
1876 – An express train called the Transcontinental Express arrives in San Francisco, via the First transcontinental railroad only 83 hours and 39 minutes after leaving New York City.
1878 – Cyprus Convention: The Ottoman Empire cedes Cyprus to the United Kingdom but retains nominal title.
1896 – Henry Ford completes the Ford Quadricycle, his first gasoline-powered automobile, and gives it a successful test run.
1912 – Massachusetts becomes the first state of the United States to set a minimum wage.
1913 – Emily Davison, a suffragist, runs out in front of King George V's horse at The Derby. She is trampled, never regains consciousness, and dies four days later.
1916 – World War I: Russia opens the Brusilov Offensive with an artillery barrage of Austro-Hungarian lines in Galicia.
1917 – The first Pulitzer Prizes are awarded: Laura E. Richards, Maude H. Elliott, and Florence Hall receive the first Pulitzer for biography (for Julia Ward Howe). Jean Jules Jusserand receives the first Pulitzer for history for his work With Americans of Past and Present Days. Herbert B. Swope receives the first Pulitzer for journalism for his work for the New York World.
1919 – Women's rights: The U.S. Congress approves the 19th Amendment to the United States Constitution, which guarantees suffrage to women, and sends it to the U.S. states for ratification.
1919 – Leon Trotsky bans the Planned Fourth Regional Congress of Peasants, Workers and Insurgents.
1920 – Hungary loses 71% of its territory and 63% of its population when the Treaty of Trianon is signed in Paris.
1928 – The President of the Republic of China, Zhang Zuolin, is assassinated by Japanese agents.
1932 – Marmaduke Grove and other Chilean military officers lead a coup d'état establishing the short-lived Socialist Republic of Chile.
1939 – The Holocaust: The MS St. Louis, a ship carrying 963 German Jewish refugees, is denied permission to land in Florida, in the United States, after already being turned away from Cuba. Forced to return to Europe, more than 200 of its passengers later die in Nazi concentration camps.
1940 – World War II: The Dunkirk evacuation ends: the British Armed Forces completes evacuation of 338,000 troops from Dunkirk in France. To rally the morale of the country, Winston Churchill delivers, only to the House of Commons, his famous "We shall fight on the beaches" speech.
1942 – World War II: The Battle of Midway begins. The Japanese Admiral Chūichi Nagumo orders a strike on Midway Island by much of the Imperial Japanese Navy.
1942 – World War II: Gustaf Mannerheim, the Commander-in-Chief of the Finnish Army, is granted the title of Marshal of Finland by the government on his 75th birthday. On the same day, Adolf Hitler arrives in Finland for a surprise visit to meet Mannerheim.
1943 – A military coup in Argentina ousts Ramón Castillo.
1944 – World War II: A hunter-killer group of the United States Navy captures the German Kriegsmarine submarine U-505: The first time a U.S. Navy vessel had captured an enemy vessel at sea since the 19th century.
1944 – World War II: The United States Fifth Army captures Rome, although much of the German Fourteenth Army is able to withdraw to the north.
1961 – Cold War: In the Vienna summit, the Soviet premier Nikita Khrushchev sparks the Berlin Crisis by threatening to sign a separate peace treaty with East Germany and ending American, British and French access to East Berlin.
1967 – Seventy-two people are killed when a Canadair C-4 Argonaut crashes at Stockport in England.
1970 – Tonga gains independence from the British Empire.
1975 – The Governor of California Jerry Brown signs the California Agricultural Labor Relations Act into law, the first law in the United States giving farmworkers collective bargaining rights.
1977 – JVC introduces its VHS videotape at the Consumer Electronics Show in Chicago. It will eventually prevail against Sony's rival Betamax system in a format war to become the predominant home video medium.
1979 – Flight Lieutenant Jerry Rawlings takes power in Ghana after a military coup in which General Fred Akuffo is overthrown.
1983 – Gordon Kahl, who killed two US Marshals in Medina, North Dakota on February 13, is killed in a shootout in Smithville, Arkansas, along with a local sheriff, after a four-month manhunt.
1986 – Jonathan Pollard pleads guilty to espionage for selling top secret United States military intelligence to Israel.
1988 – Three cars on a train carrying hexogen to Kazakhstan explode in Arzamas, Gorky Oblast, USSR, killing 91 and injuring about 1,500.
1989 – In the 1989 Iranian Supreme Leader election, Ali Khamenei is elected as the new Supreme Leader of Iran after the death and funeral of Ruhollah Khomeini.
1989 – The Tiananmen Square protests are suppressed in Beijing by the People's Liberation Army, with between 241 and 10,000 dead (an unofficial estimate).
1989 – Solidarity's victory in the 1989 Polish legislative election, the first election since the Communist Polish United Workers Party abandoned its monopoly of power. It sparks off the Revolutions of 1989 in Eastern Europe.
1989 – Ufa train disaster: A natural gas explosion near Ufa, Russia, kills 575 as two trains passing each other throw sparks near a leaky pipeline.
1996 – The first flight of Ariane 5 explodes after roughly 37 seconds. It was a Cluster mission.
1998 – Terry Nichols is sentenced to life in prison for his role in the Oklahoma City bombing.
2005 – The Civic Forum of the Romanians of Covasna, Harghita and Mureș is founded.
2010 – Falcon 9 Flight 1 is the maiden flight of the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket, which launches from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station Space Launch Complex 40.
1989: The Tiananmen Square protests in Beijing, China, reach their peak as Chinese troops and riot police are deployed to suppress the pro-democracy movement.
The Tiananmen Square protests, known in Chinese as the June Fourth Incident were student-led demonstrations held in Tiananmen Square, Beijing, during 1989. Troops armed with assault rifles and accompanied by tanks fired at the demonstrators and those trying to block the military's advance into Tiananmen Square. The protests started on 15 April and were forcibly suppressed on 4 June when the government sent the People's Liberation Army to occupy parts of central Beijing. Estimates of the death toll vary from several hundred to several thousand, with thousands more wounded.
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