Don’t believe me? Take a look at the damage they did to this Parks Canada vehicle in Jasper National Park, Alberta.
Oh, you flat earth folks. Apparently, steering wheels can ONLY BE ROUND GODDAMMIT! One more sign of the eminent logic behind the flat-earth viewpoint.
I’ve sometimes had that nightmare — did I stick the right nozzle in the filler? — but a gas station in Eastern Ontario took the nightmare right out of drivers’ hands recently.
Saw my first Volvo S90 in the flesh this morning. What a gigantic styling failure. It was styled with the panache of a Maytag. It was anonymous. It could have been anything.
Until yesterday, I’d never heard of “Shadows in an Empty Room.” But hot damn, I want to see it now, to see this car chase in context:
This is a testament to obsessiveness and the pursuit of something tiny and wonderful. A 125cc V10 makes a 1.5L V-16 seem excessive, doesn’t it?
Spotted this just now at my local food hut.
It’s sad to see a General Lee run aground.
Yes, it’s a video stabilization deal. But it’s pretty cool.
NOT MY VIDEO or it would be horizontal.
Nobody injured. Holy shit.
something feels staged here, but I have no proof.
good for her.
Ottawa isn’t exactly the world centre for amazing cars. But every so often... you find something pretty cool on the street. Like this:
This is on Ontario’s highway 417 in Ottawa. This breaks at least two sections of the Ontario’s traffic law — that bicycles aren’t permitted on highways like this (for obvious reasons) and that you don’t ride against traffic (for equally obvious reasons).
It’s a dashcam unicorn — a video in which no vehicle gets totalled.
The 2016 Tour de Qinghai Lake in China got off to a bad start as someone who either was supremely oblivious to his surroundings or exhibiting suicidal tendencies decided to stroll across the street and into the sprinting peloton. When a walking man meets a hundred or so cyclists doing about 75 km/h, things don’t end…