Craftsman20
craftsman20
2/21/20
3:14 PM
28

You could, but not many people would want to pay for a towncar service that showed up in a clapped-out Escort. ;)

2/21/20
2:21 PM
182

The first like 200,000 were super low cost,” he said, but things went up dramatically from there. Read more

2/21/20
2:05 PM
105

“The first like 200,000 were super low cost,” he said, but things went up dramatically from there, especially after 200,000 miles. Read more

2/20/20
11:23 AM
15

That’s like arguing you and Bill Gates should compete against each other in some new business, unless your real name is Bezos it’s not really a fair competition.
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2/20/20
11:18 AM
16

Wat people want to buy is based on short-sighted desires, and the long-term social effects have been and will continue to be devestating. There is nothing wrong with encouraging socially beneficial choices with subsidies; we do it all the time! Think of the home mortgage interest deduction. Now THAT is a scan and a Read more

2/20/20
11:14 AM
53

subsidies and taxes should be used by the state to influence things that are within the interest of the public good. E.g. the state has a vested interest in promoting public health. Increased air pollution has a negative impact on public health. Therefore things that increase air pollution should be taxed in order to Read more

2/20/20
10:35 AM
105

Hey failing Jalopnik, stop talking about China maybe. All I ever hear, China this, China that, Cordobavirus this and that. I bet America can make virus better than China. How about Ivankavirus? That would be a classy, beautiful broad virus. That I would absolutely date. And you can tell China we’re going to protect Read more

2/19/20
8:16 AM
96

I certainly did, Tom, and can you show me where it say something along the lines of “buyers that engage in immoral activities are due whatever comes their way from the banks they’re trying to screw”? Because that’s what this is, Tom. It’s the consumer trying to screw over the bank. Edit: Which, by the way, also did Read more

2/19/20
6:56 AM
193

Does no one here fault the morality of the buyer?!? Jesus H - its like Tom is completely absolving the buyer of any fault, here. Nobody held a gun to the buyer’s head and said “sign here”. This speaks more to the “I deserve a new car” mentality of people than it does to the sales tactics of a car dealer. Dealers are Read more

2/18/20
6:49 PM
94

FFS, you would think the lenders would be very closely scrutinizing any dealer who has customers with a higher than usual default rate and just stop working with them. Read more

2/5/20
8:24 AM
41

And now, our entire country is run by a low wattage bulb that has changed from white to orange.

11/19/14
12:19 PM
63

Found this in the comment section on Youtube Read more

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