Redundancy costs money which won’t likely get spent by most corporations if it’s not required by regulation or if it’s not critical to gaining and retaining market share. Whose pockets would it come from; the CEOs and shareholders? I don’t think so.
The fear that a needed repair is just the tip of the iceberg is the psychological crossroad many reach with an older car (and it’s probably what our man is experiencing, though he didn’t express it). The less you know about auto mechanics, too, the greater the fear is and that’s not to say it isn’t justified. The… Read more
Gastric-bypass procedure: the surgical equivalent of small pants.
Just as guilty as “Olds” in connoting stodginess is “mobile”. Few people referred to cars as automobiles by then. Only “Oldshorselesscarriage” would have been worse.
The results, no. The cause, possibly.
Me too. Damned lonely truckers.
Attractive package? It’s like an Aztecamino—and not in a good way.
Seriously, who would announce a raid on aliens in advance?
Clearly the city has a very sick sense of humor. And I bet you the city is running 11foot8.com... they’re making a killing off these too-tall trucks.
It’s lower front end demands bolder lights, for sure.
Satan Devil Sedan Deville?
I’m not aware that airlines are charging more for aisle seats. I know some want to, but is anybody doing so yet? Speaking of annoying strangers; imagine you couldn’t get an aisle seat and the person who did insisted he wouldn’t let you by because he had an assigned seat and believed he didn’t have to.
Congratulations on your seat planning in the last 2 years. How many times are people who aren’t as clever as you allowed to get up per hour? Some doctors recommend that normal air travelers get up every hour and it’s not difficult to image others with physical challenges might need more. Also, I wasn’t really… Read more
You’re not being particularly industrious in thinking of the reasons why one may not be sitting in an aisle seat beyond not booking it. Obviously, the seats are limited and if you don’t have the luxury of booking well ahead of time, you’re not going to get it. Furthermore, if you’ve got a travel partner (spouse, as is… Read more