the torque curve is nearly flat from 2000 to 6000 rpm

I was feeling all lonesome and sad and fated and of course self-indulgent and about to post some typically livejournal thing about how life is a waste and no one loves me, etc. Then I had some Trader Joe’s high fiber cereal with milk. And now life is okay.

This is a reminder that 1) shut up and 2) it’s 99% chemical.

I would also like to point out that my cat, upon having all of this explained to her, said “Hrrrrmp.”

Should auld acquaintance be forgot? Please! Yes!

I read today that the inability to smell certain things, including lemons and leather, is a premonition of Alzheimer’s. Now every time I have a stuffed up nose I’m going to think my brain is about to rot out. Thanks, Science Guys!

If I keep rowing I might get to the island.

2 thoughts on “the torque curve is nearly flat from 2000 to 6000 rpm

  1. I read today that the inability to smell certain things, including lemons and leather, is a premonition of Alzheimer’s. Now every time I have a stuffed up nose I’m going to think my brain is about to rot out. Thanks, Science Guys!
    If this is true, then I can’t remember my own name right now, I bet.

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