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I stopped keeping snacks in the car after the raccoons had a picnic in there.

-Cridda
Did the raccoons by any chance see the cyber truck and take any pictures?
 


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A whole picnic? That’s kinda gross. ;)
Oh, no, when they stole the rotted grocery store rotisserie chicken (it wasn't mine) and left it under my bedroom was way worse.

They can be nasty little criddas
The dirty children of the forest, leaving hand-prints on everything, and filthy footprints everywhere.

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The dirty children of the forest, leaving hand-prints on everything, and filthy footprints everywhere.
...And then they hang around your house, looking all mangy, making your wife insist there was a "mangy raccoon" outside the bedroom doors, but not sure if it was just a cat since she didn't have her glasses on... and a week later after triple digit temps, you figure out that the smell in the back yard IS indeed a mangy (DEAD) raccoon that you now have to deal with.... but it allows you to provide the wife another use case to justify having a Cybertruck.....

Don't ask how I know this.
 

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We try to keep water in our yard when there is even high double digit heat. It’s pretty rough on the Criddas.
 


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I love the yellow marker lights.is this the first time they’ve been seen?
Absolutely the first time these marker lights have been seen. I won’t declare Tesla has kept them as a secret but rather I’m guessing they are seeking to create BA everything for this truck. Suppliers are developing these products and they are now trickling in and being installed. I expect the rear signals and reflectors will stand out as brilliant as these front signals / marker lights. I still wonder about that windshield light, is it going to be of the latest technology and show up soon?

Tesla Cybertruck CYBERTRUCK SPOTTED @ FREMONT (04/30/2023) 02AAC507-E56D-4280-8E1B-51E4DCE9DBF0

photo: Austin early construction
 
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Absolutely the first time these marker lights have been seen. I won’t declare Tesla has kept them as a secret but rather I’m guessing they are seeking to create BA everything for this truck. Suppliers are developing these products and they are now trickling in and being installed. I expect the rear signals and reflectors will stand out as brilliant as these front signals / marker lights. I still wonder about that windshield light, is it going to be of the latest technology and show up soon?

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photo: Austin early construction
Since the CT will be using a 48V system, all the lights will be 4 times brighter. :) /s
 

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Since the CT will be using a 48V system, all the lights will be 4 times brighter. :) /s
That's not how that works, but they will have options for other lights that aren't available in most vehicles. Essentially it will be like in the UK they have 240 volt systems we're here in the US we have 110 volt AC systems their lights aren't brighter they just work different
 

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That's not how that works, but they will have options for other lights that aren't available in most vehicles. Essentially it will be like in the UK they have 240 volt systems we're here in the US we have 110 volt AC systems their lights aren't brighter they just work different
Both the smiley :) and the "/s" indicate sarcasm or joking.
 

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I stopped keeping snacks in the car after the raccoons had a picnic in there.

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