1337HPMustang
1337hpmustang
4/11/19
3:59 AM
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You’re talking about your personal perspective living in a city and you’ve been biased by a car culture that loves to make fun of big trucks that aren’t used for their intended purpose. Your “too large to be practical” is nowhere near true for those who live outside of a metropolitan area. Visit a town built around a Read more

4/7/19
11:53 AM
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ok, again, there is a right vehicle for the right terrain and context. Sure you’ll come across tight spaces offroad, but also 100 other kinds of terrain. Would you seriously argue that trophy trucks, for example, would be better if they were less wide? Smaller has it’s advantages but being big and beefy does as well. Read more

4/6/19
8:52 AM
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too big for what though? You should understand the right size is relative to what you need a vehicle for. If I wanted a truck to have some fun offroad while hunting or exploring backcountry, I’d go for a raptor. I mean it would do a better job than my old 7.3 f350, which almost any case is actually too big (though Read more

1/14/19
7:47 PM
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umm im sure most people who buy this car would have driven an automatic

9/8/18
2:59 PM
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hahaha omg this is literally the way I’m going to illustrate a double standard now. Could you imagine if a white person criticized black people for they way they worship? One’s racism, the other isn’t; who knew? Read more

6/28/18
2:06 AM
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do you think being emotional means doing something and being unaffected means a passive approach? You can still act to counteract someones words, and be cool. If someone deserves the shit beat out of them, do it as cool as a cucumber, why not? The idea that you can reserve your emotions for a certain threshold exists, Read more

11/12/17
10:08 PM
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What I’m always self-debating is whether or not to honk as an observer in this type of situation. In this case I think the kid was alerted to danger, but sometimes I wonder if honking will cause an exposed individual to focus their attention on you and thus taking their attention away from the danger. I could see the Read more

11/12/17
10:08 PM
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What I’m always self-debating is whether or not to honk as an observer in this situation. In this case I think the kid was alerted to danger, but sometimes I wonder if honking will cause an exposed individual to focus their attention on you and thus taking their attention away from the danger. I could see the kid Read more

9/16/17
1:24 PM
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woulda been cool if it was red for ultimate fast and furiousness. and they gotta bring back the flare side

9/5/17
5:53 PM
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you’d drive one but try cross-shopping it with it’s segment. A chevy sonic/honda fit/ ford fiesta are sooooo much better for what you pay. Yaris is stuck in the year 2005, except for it’s face which looks like toxic radiation was dumped on an already ugly fish face to make it even uglier.

9/5/17
5:47 PM
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yaris sucks. Chevy sonic blows it out of the water. After recently cross shopping a bunch of compact hatches, the honda fit and sonic are at the top and the yaris is as abysmally optioned as the nissan versa/micra is terrible in every other aspect. Toyota is coasting and their cars are ugly

9/5/17
3:06 PM
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They lost a relatives baggage (never did find it either, even after soliciting them a million times) and wouldn’t let them board a plane because of some electronic document they needed called an eTA (for Canada). My relatives ended up having to spend an extra $1000 CAD to get here (hotel and another flight), a lot of Read more

9/3/17
7:14 PM
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lmaoooo those are amazing (anti-hero kind of way) motorcycles that I imagine would exist in some dystopian version of planet earth. sci-fi writers should get on it. Personally I’d be loath to ride the Holomodor 1000SM

8/23/17
5:30 PM
5

Says you. I see lots of young guys on harleys and I’ve even been tempted to get on a sportster 1200. That shits cool, and 4 valves now is even cooler. The harley dealer will always be the biggest in any north american city and Sturgis will still explode every year whether pretentious people like it or not. Although Read more

8/20/17
1:24 PM
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I can do it in my 7.3 powerstroke, 1st to 5th haha. All you need is 500lbft of torque at like 1500 rpm and you can get that thing moving in any gear you want

8/16/17
5:09 PM
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I concede to your great intellect, sir. Thine rebuttals did indeed tickle my funnybone. Perchance we shall duel wits again apropos other shitty automobiles