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Apr 8
76

I dunno, maybe it’s just me, but it seems her rise in popularity may have been attributable to something other than ‘OK Boomer’. YMMV

Mar 27
152

Thank you for the explainer on the shady cruise industry. I am going to miss your snark and jalop knowledge. Business Outsider doesn't deserve you.

Mar 26
2

I am 6'8"... the mini is the correct answer, Smart cars would work too, but that is a little too embarrassing. I drove a mini 300 miles one way and back... no problem. Also.. if you needed to get good gas mileage... Honda insight.. had one for 3 years, I did not have to take my hat off to drive it, though the mini is Read more

Mar 26
2

Former Mini owner here, and can absolutely confirm that there is a ton of room for the driver, in all directions. Does not feel small from the driver’s seat, and they’re pretty nice inside. I can also say that they do not do well with potholes, curbs, etc. that are so common in the urban environment. Still, a good Read more

Mar 26
2

Saying your 6'5" without explaining how you are shaped is not that helpful to this. I’m 6'2" on a good day, but I have little short legs and a long torso - I’m built like a gorilla. One of my best friends is 6'6” but he is all legs - sitting at a table in the same chairs, I am inches taller than he is. That means I Read more

Mar 26
3

I’m pretty much this guy, but one inch taller so my observations may be useful. That said, the devil is the details and the smaller cars that will work depend a lot on your proportions, not just your height. Read more

Mar 26
2

For sure - I’m only 6'1", but with similar proportions, and I’ve got a hard time finding a good fit already, so I can imagine what you’re dealing with. Read more

Mar 26
2

ELR is actually a good choice. I’m 6'4" and found it plenty roomy, at least in the passenger seat

Mar 26
20

The Mini is actually a really good choice. My old roomate who was 6'2" and 250 or so had plenty of room in his.

Mar 26
25

Body proportions matter. I’m a scant 6'3 but with an insanely long torso headroom is always at a premium. I have found that most hot hatches will fit, and that means the cars they are based on work as well. I daily a mazdaspeed3. My wife has a 2016 3 hatch and even with the sunroof (not an option I would personally Read more

Aug 14
110

I didn’t miss this! I actually pointed it out to a friend in the theater. My friend didn’t see it. I actually have no clue how, since this video underscores just how far back he is. I was just, for some reason, looking at the right spot at the right time?

Jul 20 2019
14

Second season had an excellent episode detailing Akecheta’s (of the Ghost Nation) backstory, narrated in Lakota. Captivating. Read more

Jul 18 2019
11

Yes, these are still everywhere in California. I probably see at least a few every single day.  

Jul 18 2019
104

Obviously Kristen hasn’t been to southern california. The things are as common as cockroaches around here. Along with first gen Mercedes MLs.

May 16 2019
9

General rule of thumb — and I say this as someone with an IMDB page (ooh!) and a (very short) stint as a professional screenwriter — if a writer has to explain to the audience why a character did something, then the writer failed somewhere along the way. If the average viewer thinks a storyline doesn’t make sense, sayi Read more

May 16 2019
15

As another reviewer put it so nicely, foreshadowing is the not the same thing as character development. Something can be foreshadowed and still be totally rushed/botched.