Yeah, me too.
Yeah, me too.
Now what the hell do I do with the remaining 24 cans of this stuff?
This article’s summary of this research is so bad that it borders on willful falsehood. Here’s the actual result from the study:
This is Seeger... he’s a very good boy!
Show me the good boi please
I feel like it’s the old dog telling his life story.
maybe read the book?
It's a good thing car dealers are such trusted establishments of local economies.
It was spoiled for me before I played it because it’s all anyone could talk about.
I was looking at Chinese mini-lathes not too long ago. They were selling at the normal price + a tariff surcharge. I thought it was a clever way to point out how much the tariffs cost the consumer. It was something like $300 on a $1500 lathe.
These days if you were in a clean MKIV you could say to people “More than you can afford, pal. Supra”
I don’t give two shits about basketball but 1) that’s cool as shit and 2) someone in my timeline posted this and it’s a Top 10 all-time sports photo:
Oh wow. I remember this car from back when I was in to Fieros. Sorry to hear the owner passed. Dang, it’s been a long time since I’ve visited PFF. So much of my of formative gear head days were spent there. Good times.
Anyone remember that kid that was dieing of cancer and a bunch of people on the fiero forum helped him complehis car before he died. Donated parts, paint and labor. Was an amazing story.
Reviving a dead thread here...I am on the fence between these and the Altimax Arctic’s for a rallycross tire. You mention a lot of sidewall flex in the Nokians, any comparison to the Altimax?
Vampire Weekend’s discography is the official soundtrack of gentrification
Why is it so difficult for people to understand that the CAS ruling ONLY APPLIES to those with 46 XY DSD. If Caster falls under this ruling, which it is apparent she does, we need to look at what 46 XY DSD means SCIENTIFICALLY. All forms of 46 XY DSD have internal testes. If she falls into this category SCIENCE has…
This is some Cask of Amontillado shit right there.
“Charlie Chesbrough, senior economist for Cox Automotive, told AutoNews that he has a working hypothesis. Mainly, it costs more to buy a car these days, and it’s tough to borrow the money to do it. It’s pretty tough to sell to a market that doesn’t have the means to buy.”