Always kick em in the groin as soon as possible.
Were you envious of the people in the horse-drawn carriage?
Dang! Glad you made it safely in that rig! I had a temp job with USPS years ago where I had to drive one of those. It had bad brakes and a not great e-brake either which made stopping at mailboxes difficult...
I like it! I much prefer the off-road look that Jeep puts on its crossovers over the car-like look others have gone with theirs. Plus the addition of the 3rd row likely means enough cargo room to not need to go up to a much larger vehicle.
It’s in our DNA! You know, the nucleobases? Guanine, adenine, thymine and sorrysine.
I thought exactly the same thing. It’s built-in for Canadians. :)
They’ll revoke my Canadian citizenship if I do this, so I can’t. Sorry :(
Exactly. When I get to my patients who have waited for hours in the waiting room, I said "thank you for waiting patiently" and felt like a prick immediately. Never used it again.
“I know we’ve had to reschedule this meeting. Thank you for going with the flow.”
Somehow, I doubt your taste in aesthetics will be a high priority when people are trying to kill you with rockets and miniguns.
Selling a 1-2yo car is always dicey in my opinion. It’s too damn close to a new model and potentially better financing to just opt for the new model. Factor in that it’s a private sale vs a dealer and that might really also dissuade someone from buying your right priced vehicle.
My sentiments exactly.
Well, that defeats the purpose of me wasting time at work.
I want to be Christian Bale in The Big Short and ask a bank to let me short the US Auto Industry.
Problem is, they still kept the exterior panels steel, so while the interior of the box might be tough and corrosion resistant, the wheel wells will still rust out in 5-10 years like every truck ever. I like the idea GM, but I’ll take Ford’s fully aluminum box with a spray in liner.
David Tracy sheds a tear as Carbon Fiber cannot rust
“most puzzlingly, forced the man to smoke crack.”
Still better than dealing with the F&I guy.