CampingElement
campingelement
5/16/19
12:25 PM
38

Ah, the Element. Easily in my all time top 3 of favorite cars owned. The Wrangler seems a little hardcore for their wants. Flex is a good one. Outback is not exactly exciting, but it’s a good compromise. Read more

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5/16/19
12:15 PM
97

After owning a Honda… Owning a jeep would be a huge shock to the reliability system.  “Wait, why did THAT break?!”

2/23/19
4:58 PM
160

She sounds just like the Boomers at my government agency who have been there since the 1970s. Read more

1/18/19
8:49 AM
47

These sell for five grand all day long in this shape and mileage. There’s a bit of a cult to these things, and the people that own them love them, and buy more of them. They routinely get over 200,000 miles. They’re great in the snow, and have a truly amazing amount of useable space inside. The foldaway seats are Read more

12/18/18
12:54 PM
1

I have a 91 Camry that I bought for a similar price and mileage. Still going strong and quite easy to work on (have the V6 model, only adjusting the timing is a pain, but the rest is easy). When people ride in it I get compliments how smooth the engine is and it’s even more shocking when people find it has well over Read more

12/18/18
9:44 AM
5

I had an ‘88 as a daily for 4 years, optioned pretty much just like this one. Tin worm got bad on it towards the end, but I loved that car. Basic but decent to drive, my first car as an adult.

7/21/17
1:55 PM
4

Bought the men’s Waterproof Moabs on sale a month ago specifically for hiking purposes. They are really, really, really good. Highly recommended.

Bought the men’s Waterproof Moabs on sale a month ago specifically for hiking purposes. They are really, really,

7/11/17
1:25 PM
431

The Trump boys look like a failed cloning experiment done in jars that someone didn’t sanitize properly.

6/30/17
11:53 AM
2

“No, no, that’s not...ok, sure. Sure, you’re doing it right.”

6/30/17
9:28 AM
1

Maybe we could sucker those paramilitary guys into flyfishing: it’s just as addictive and only marginally more expensive.

6/29/17
10:30 AM
4

Yea, basically the entire “Cult of Milo” exists/existed because of new technology. Like technology that Gizmodo discusses. Thinking is hard you guys.

6/28/17
10:28 AM
6

If the NRA is so afraid of They, all they need is some cocoa butter.

6/26/17
12:37 PM
1

Maybe they’ll open a new hall: The hall of Presidential Failure. Featuring the Chief of word salad, Donnie Drumpf.