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Jan 19
1

they even conducted study on how US public will accept it.....
it was quite interesting machine with quite nice interior.

Jan 18
1

If it’s possible to do a Chrysler->Peugeot conversion like the Chevy SS->Holden, I might just entertain the idea of owning a Chrysler product.

Might.

Jan 18
5

I mean, they still do, they might just put a different badge on it. There are three Chryslers being sold and two of them are the same minivan. Those dealers won’t care how French it is, they’re going to be pumped to see a crossover roll into their store.

Jan 18
11

People will rag on French cars for having been unreliable and poorly built the last time they were sold here. They were. I lived through several French cars and know first-hand what an infuriating PITA they can be. Read more

Jan 15
1

I had a Gazelle as well, plus a Hillman Super Minx, which was an upgrade from the Minx. Still the poor man’s Humber Vogue, though.

Jan 14
8

I saw it as eLe[ctric] Car, which tickled my wordplay fancy.

Jan 14
17

I like what you did here, but I think that Le e-Car might make more sense.

Jan 12
1

The “lectric leopard” is one of my favorite names for an electric Renault. It needs to be brought back.

Dec 23
23

Oh yeah, the desk! I love the desk. I’ll take a slide-out desk over lane-keeping assist any day.

Dec 19
3

Fwiw, Gideon does say he already got the blood he needed, and seeing as the cruiser is not a lab I’d reckon it was not there by that point. And I have to assume if they were done with him or that aspect of the plot they wouldn’t make a point of showing that he was not killed despite trying to do it himself.
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Dec 18
4

Moff Gideon isn’t dead so likely he’s still into play next season. He strikes me as a character that is hard to keep captured if left alive. His experiments HOPEFULLY will be explored more, but to be honest I would not be surprised if the answer is just Snoke. Read more

Dec 18
6

I don’t think they’re abandoning it. Grogu grows very slowly, so they could do a time skip of a few years and then reunite them. We already know that Luke can’t train him forever.

Dec 11
29

That results in a very fun action scene aboard the transport with tons of creatures, explosions, and flying skiffs—it felt influenced by William Friedkin’s Sorcerer with a little Fast and the Furious thrown in. Read more

Dec 11
47

The scene where Mando and Mayfeld enter the base amid cheers and “atta boys” reactions was an appropriately nasty bit. Between that and Brake’s monologue, there was a bit of tapping into that Last Jedi vein throughout.

Dec 7
15

As someone who isn’t a huge consumer of the additional content outside of live-action Star Wars (essentially, movies + The Mando), honestly Boba felt like almost an entirely new character.

Why is he so angry at the Empire? As far as I can tell they hired him, likely not just once, he did the job, and he was seemingly Read more

Dec 4
5

THIS. Imagine an alternate universe where AMC bought Chrysler instead of the other way around. Read more

Dec 4
9

This is such a terrible decision with such long-ranging consequences. I’m not sure how many people know that gasoline had lead in it for years because GM and Standard Oil wanted an anti-knock compound that was patentable and wasn’t a fuel in its own right (i.e. ethanol). They knew it was poison from the beginning, but Read more