Chef: MY MOM
Chef: MY MOM
To be fair, you have to have a very high IQ to understand contract lounges for budget carriers. The service is extremely subtle, and without a solid grasp of theoretical economics most of the soft product will go over a typical guest’s head. There’s also the lounge’s nihilistic outlook, which is deftly woven into the… Read more
Depends solely on context. I am 40 years old and I live in Kansas City. It took decades to eventually concede to it, but I had finally made peace with the fact that I’d never be able to celebrate a major championship in my life. Sure, I guess I had the ‘85 Royals, but being a 7-year-old when it happened means I have… Read more
No, the saying is absolutely true. Anyone who BUYS a boat is going to regret it. It’s not too different from a kid wanting a puppy without considering the consequences. The people who don’t regret boats are the people who COMMIT to a boat. Owning a boat requires the willingness and ability to commit to all the… Read more
True, but a small block jon sounds awesome/ridiculous.
I have this stupid idea that keeps persisting that I want to find a wrecked inboard ski boat with a good engine and put that in a 16' jon for shits and giggles. And then promptly sell it if I don’t kill myself.
If you do work yourself, the most expensive thing on a boat is fuel and dockage. I don’t recommend a boat to anyone who cannot work on it themselves. Same things with jeeps
Totally agree. I have 3 boats right now in 2 different locations(all in the water). I have never regretted their purchases. Sure it is a lot of time to upkeep them, but I enjoy it and they are very easy to work on so it is never stressful or overly expensive. I have friends that joke about “bust out another thousand”… Read more
“A boat is a hole in the water you pour money into.” This was carved into a nice piece of teak that my father has mounted onto every boat he has owned.
Imma chime in here: Andrew speaks truth. I have worked on a fair few boats-even moonlighting at a marina one year. I will NEVER own a boat I cannot literally walk away from without crying from the loss. Read more
Some boats come with surprisingly large engines. I have a 24ft cuddy cabin with a 351, my cousin has an 18ft bowrider with the same engine. His boat is almost scary at top speed.
Two things: Anyone can go drive a stock car on any number of tracks. I did a Richard Petty Driving Experience in Florida at the Disney track (before it closed). Any gear head should try it once. Read more
So, AI drones. Let’s just name it Skynet and call it a day.
That’s surprising. Usually most 2008 era f150 have the 5.4 3 valve engines which is sensitive to oil changes. Most required a cam phaser at 150k partly because of a weak oil pump, which likely the reason for this sensitivity. My brother’s 2004 actually jumped time twice at 160k because the timing chain tensioners are… Read more
“Hey honey, gotta work on the car today. This should only take me an hour or so, and I’ve got everything I need already.”
The more Charlotte talks to Bernard, I’m convinced she (and probably most people there) know he’s a host.