BrianGriffin thinks “reliable” is just a state of mind
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1:38 PM
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Aren’t they the same price anyway?

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8:41 AM
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It probably can’t pass Bernalillo County’s emission inspection just because it’s old. NM doesn’t have safety inspections and if you live somewhere other than Albuquerque, emissions doesn’t matter. 

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8:40 AM
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This is a hard one. $4k is by far the lowest price I’ve seen for one of these in a few minutes of internet searching. Restored ones have $10-22k asking prices, though who knows what they’re really selling at. Read more

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5/26/20
7:37 PM
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When I lived in NM, there were so many cars with a non-functioning third brake light that it had to be intentional. Newer cars, too. I don’t know why that intention exists, though.

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5/26/20
3:02 PM
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Considering I see about sixteen thousand Subaru Crosstreks on the road daily, this is probably not a bad idea. Needs the cladding and fake AWD, though. 

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5/26/20
2:58 PM
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One piece gym uniforms? Like leotards? Your school board must have hated you...

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5/26/20
7:01 AM
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I’m sorry, but I find it incredibly hard to believe that this was actually the thought process that academics had regarding quarantine. If that’s the case, then i can’t help but wonder if government medical professionals really are partly to blame for what has happened. If this is really what public health law is Read more

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5/25/20
10:10 PM
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Dude, that seems really rough for a not that old Jag. 

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5/25/20
6:00 PM
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Damn. My 2011 F10 535 was like 65k new, when I bought it for $11k, and I thought I was ballin’ Read more

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5/25/20
2:09 PM
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The ES was a cash grab, sure, I’ll give you that, however is quite different than the Camry by way of NVH and quality control. But the Lexus IS, GS, GX, RX, and LS didn’t have any Toyota counterpart in the US and a large amount of their interior kit was unique to Lexus or at least unique in application vs. Toyota. Read more

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5/25/20
10:39 AM
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See, and I thought the TLX was the bigger car. Stupid names.  I can’t keep them straight, and neither could the consumer. Plus if I’m dropping $50k on a sedan, it’s not going to be a fancy Honda. 

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5/25/20
10:14 AM
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I’ve driven a RLX and it wasn’t bad. Acura screwed up with a stupid naming convention, overly high prices, and too much focus on sedans. Honestly it’s the same problem that Cadillac and Lincoln face, too - they’ve got to be comparative bargains in order to get close to the Germans. 

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5/24/20
10:45 AM
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Shoulda used the tow hitch plate mount, it’s so much easier ;)

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5/23/20
5:51 PM
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I like the thought of being able to screw anything into anywhere I want. Never thought about using OSB in a shed, but it makes sense. Looks good. 

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5/23/20
12:21 PM
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People really think of Montana as Midwest? It’s literally directly above CO and NM. People are dumb. 

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5/23/20
12:14 AM
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100%, this is what would happen. The more frequently we show “unpleasant” things in our food, the harder people will lobby for those things to be removed and food become more highly processed. 

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5/22/20
11:23 PM
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That’s because everyone in the country was shopping with me at Total Wine in Delaware. Read more

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5/21/20
8:53 PM
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My mother was the queen of signing up for shit and then never cancelling. She paid for AOL for like four years after I moved out in college and *she didn’t have a computer*. Bought two or three years’ worth of those Columbia House or whatever DVDs that got automatically sent. Had both Comcast and Dish at the same Read more

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5/21/20
12:55 PM
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Still think they should have left “Optima” and gotten rid of “Kia”. 

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