The answer of course is that it doesn't. The mirror shows the object as it is... however, for *you* to observe it from that perspective you first must turn around. The mirror's perspective is only available to you in the mirror, otherwise. You *could* flip over backward and see it upside-down from your initial orientation instead, but generally it's easier to just turn your head.
Good news, things will I think be ok. I jury rigged a bypass adapter for the fuel pump control unit which had apparently died. Pump now runs wide open at all times but the bike runs, and I can replace the part later. Going to try to also pick up a spare pump, in case the increased duty cycle puts out over the edge. Bike cracked 100k miles today.
Thanks everyone for the boosts and support.
Ok so, odd ask, but... fuel pump shat the bed, and I'm stranded in Coeur d'Alene Idaho until such time as I can repair it or secure another (BMW wants $700 to ship the part to the nearest dealer in Spokane, WA by Friday at the soonest.... could be much longer to secure part from another source). I'm broke AF and need a safe place to sleep and wrench on a bike within, say, my AAA max towing distance of 200 miles of here.
internet censorship, "anti-trafficking"
> Almost the entire anti-trafficking movement is an Evangelical project to get liberal supporters to sign off on a laundry list of Christian anti-sex policies. It’s been one of their most successful propaganda projects. It’s also likely gotten a lot of sex workers killed.
And again, I *highly* recommend listening to the You're Wrong About episode on this: https://yourewrongabout.buzzsprout.com/1112270/3883928-human-trafficking
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