Warning: bummer-ass bummer-time personal life waah-waahs after the jump.
Found this chunky scooter (Honda?) parked at the nice church nearby. I dunno why, but even though they look like something a future-cop would ride in some cheesy sci-fi movie, I really like these
I just done gotten dumped by the woman I thought was my life partner, which I completely did not see coming.
For me at least. For now.
4WD Civic Wagon with manual transmission. Clean, too!
Last night I was on I-5 South a mile or two before the 405 exit, and over in the far right lane I notice the back of a red Miata that looks very banged up.
Picking up the Golf R (cousin to the true Oppo car of the year if you discount the obligatory Miata) at 10:00 AM tomorrow. Aiming to be in Capitol Hill at 4:00 PM, on a route whose primary goal is to not be I-5.
So let’s talk about where we are in the impending full robotification of cars: on the morning of November 30th, 2018 (a.k.a. Today), for what is to my limited knowledge the first time, a stock production vehicle was pulled over by law enforcement on public roads with, for all practical purposes, no human driver.
Found this charming old thing while walking the dog a few weeks ago. Didn’t see any obvious signs as to the make or model. Reminds me of an S-Cargo. Anyone know what it is?
I think they are planning a North Pole expedition.
I had to find my own transportation up to Seattle and back this weekend, so I was basically forced to rent a manual Golf R on Turo.
I know I made a post earlier but that wasn’t my idea; the universe thrust that upon me. I still wanna get good images outta y’all.
I came back from birthday brunch to find this parked literally right outside my front door.
Look at this cute little thing! The round headlights really get me.
The Portland area requires emissions tests for any vehicle that’s model year 1975 or newer, so here I am waiting in line in my 27-year-old truck. *Update*: it passed!
After a busy month I finally got a chance to work on the truck a bit this morning. As I’m removing the IAC valve to clean it, it starts to twist at a steeper angle than should be physically possible given that it’s still mostly in the hole. And then the main part of it completely separates from the threaded portion.
Oppo, help. I don’t know what’s happening to me.
I’m down in Irvine for the week for work. Because there’s not much to do around here, and to see if “fun” cars are all they’re cracked up to be, I rented a Fiat 124 Spider off Turo for Wed & Thurs nights.