Here’s a palette cleanser:
Let’s consider Mary: who begins working at 25 years old, earns $60,000/year to start [and] gets a 2% raise every year.
Good job for doing the right thing. Of course our children will still suffer the consequences of crippling global climate change and have to deal with the massive debt you guys are putting on the credit card while pretending it’s a tax cut, we still have the largest prison population in the world, and Americans in…
....reaching a maximum speed of 15 mph.
I’ll assume you’re from somewhere with good public transportation. In the US it is impossible for the majority of people to not have to drive on a regular basis. Unless you live in a select few cities here or are really lucky and work/live/shop and like to do things all within walking distance, you can’t really rely…
Isn’t that a minimum required rating? Maybe I have just misunderstood all along, but I always thought you could put in higher octane if you wanted, but you didn’t have to.
Considering that Virginia has the most asinine speeding laws in the US
Isn’t it in the same state where another Becky McWhitetears basically tried to kill her roommate with biohazards and only got a slap on the wrist and nothing on her permanent record?
I would love to hear this with a non-potato mic.
“The only thing missing? A luxurious, awe-inspiring cape.”
Almost any time I’m in a car, I’m driving. No naps for me, unless I want to stop somewhere.
Are just not going to address the fact that there is a giant ant playing drums in this trailer?
The Fiero is the stupid mistake which GM gave up on just as they were beginning to get it right. By ‘88 (the last year) the rear suspension was getting healthy. Had they hung on for just a little longer, they could have made factory Fieros with the drivetrains the Fieroistas have been cobbling together. The DOHC 3.4…
Definitely no excuse not to have built in code reading when every car has a multifunction screen tied to some sort of microprocessor. They could very easily provide a nice text-base readout.
Well, 35 years ago he wasn’t using Mame (it’s as old as ‘97, 21 years).
This is more akin to a baseball player, in his prime, getting into the guiness book of world records while young and clean. Then, later in his career, trying to chase down better records & getting caught using steroids to cheat. While the original…
To some extent, yes. Okay, to a large extent.
Good reporting, glad you stuck to your guns on this, I didn’t know how badly Goodyear was behaving.
Last week, I asked Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. to comment on claims made in a lengthy letter that says the company knew for more than 20 years about failures on a tire linked to hundreds of crashes that have left at least 98 people either injured or killed. I obtained the letter, along with more than 200 pages of…
It doesn’t matter how good it sounds, I can’t get past those stupid stancypants wheels.
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