Usually, UPS is pretty on top of keeping its package cars out of the grubby mitts of the public. UPS trucks are built just for UPS, and when they outlive their usefulness as a delivery truck they’re either converted to distribution center runabouts or immediately crushed. This truck seems to have escaped that treatment by being part of an ad campaign 13 years ago, according to Car and Driver, which UPS called “Race The Truck.” … [Read more...] about You Can’t Buy This 850 Horsepower UPS Truck
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It’s the Monday after a holiday, and that can only mean one thing: Raph and I are at each other’s throats regarding a question about scrotums. And not just any scrotums: the synthetic scrotums that deeply lost people hang from the back of their trucks to suggest that their trucks are male and have the organs that mammalian life uses for reproduction. Yes, Truck Nutz. It seems there are two very divergent kinds, and our own Raphael Orlove and I disagree which are worse. … [Read more...] about Which Truck Nuts Are Worse?
Aufrichtig’s improvements are subtle, perhaps subtle enough to convince a massive bureaucracy to adopt them. Her primary design decision was to flip the card and make it a vertical layout. From there, she created simple sections for what the postal worker was attempting to delivery and when. Then come three easy options for what to do next, including post office pickup, re-delivery, or the new 24-hour locker-like service called Gopost. Finally, there’s a section for instructions on redelivery. … [Read more...] about Someone Redesigned the USPS Package Delivery Slip, Thank God
According to this history, garbage trucks began with horses pulling cars of stuff around. Then came modified versions of things like Ford Model Ts, which had only been around since 1908. These were way better than horses, but they were still little more than people throwing trash into the back of a Ford pickup truck, itself a pretty primitive, though effective, concept. … [Read more...] about The Fascinating History Of The Garbage Truck And The Knoxville Mayor Behind It
Step 3.) Know What You Want If you're not a taconnoisseur it may be confusing at first to see the various meats listed. When ordering you're going to select quantity, the type of tortilla you want (maiz/corn or harina/flour), the meat and then what toppings. Generally I order tacos con todo, which means "with everything" which is typically limited to onions and cilantro. Queso/cheese is another option. Shredded lettuce and tomatoes may be offered, but is preferred by and offered mostly to gringos. Here's a guide to the taco fillings: … [Read more...] about How To Order From A Taco Truck