Please! Won’t somebody think of the #Brands!
In news that would be impossible to explain to your grandparents, the Simpsons scene in which Principal Seymour Skinner calls hamburgers “steamed hams” has, over the last several years, taken on a second, dada-esque life as a go-to meme. The scene, which comes from season seven’s “22 Short Films About Springfield,” is…
I’m all for sticking it to the man, but Koch really comes across like an Arrogant Bastard in that video.
I’ve been saying from the get-go that I would FAR prefer a Lando prequel to a Solo one. Seeing Donald Glover in costume just makes me want that 10 times over, he’s BORN to play young Lando, while AE (with all due respect) simply doesn’t have the presence to be Han Solo.
Kinda unrelated Range Rover story: Few know this, but British people are trained from birth to both fear and respect Range Rover drivers. It could be the Queen out for a spin after all. When I had one, I was parked on the street waiting for something. A British friend, by chance, walked by. I said hello, and this is…
I’m not sure you understand that this article is about Range Rovers, and not about Grand Wagoneers.
VT is definitely pretty off-road friendly. Google Vermont Overland.
Yeah you can get the dashboard with more or less wood depending on preference
I have no doubt that these are some of the finest Range Rover Classics, but having seen a Singer in the flesh, we really need to stop so casually referring beautiful restorations as “The Singer of ____”.
There’s a shop in Korea that does this for Mitsubishi Pajeros
Virtual Podcast Reunion!
I’m jealous of this guy’s job.
Rong and Glucker both got stories published on Jalopnik today. A fine day.
Taylor Congleton grew up on the water, in South Hero, Vermont—an island in the midst of Lake Champlain, tucked quietly away between upstate New York and the Quebec border. Nowadays he raises three majestic hound dogs who occasionally inspect his work. On the weekends he sails a hydrofoil catamaran painted with Flying…
My friends and I are all familiar with “late King.” This ad had us shocked. And we have withstood smaller ad shocks before (like Bob Dylan allowing his first great song to be used in a Price Waterhouse Cooper ad in 1994 - possibly also a Super Bowl ad). This is 1968 King, exactly four months before he was…
This is stunning even by white guy standards. What a tool.
White guys gonna white guy
Formula One star Fernando Alonso is probably long accustomed to being the center of attention, but there’s a new star in his life that’s stealing some of the shine: a tiny cat. But for a long, tormenting two days after he shared a photo of the little angel, we did not know its name.
How about, instead of this re-heated crap, we look at an actually great political impression: that, of course, being James Adomian as GOOOOOOORRRRRRKKKAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!