Nathalie Richard, Canadian-born rally co-driver.
Programming a Subaru key fob.
Didn't know you're an Auburn fan. War Damn Eagle!
I said fuck it after one and a half years in Mechanical Engineering, went to the military for four years and mostly loved it. After my enlistment, I returned for another three semesters of Chemical Engineering, and said fuck it again. I'm now working on returning to the military in a different career field. Read more
I was in Yokosuka for three years. I managed to make it to the Tokyo Auto Salon and the Tokyo Motor Show, not to mention I found a small Subaru museum with several rally cars on display (this last bit took some bothering of the Subaru dealer employees as the display was closed). I did not get out to the F1 race or…
The show went down hill when Jeff left. Although is return was bizarrely amusing.
We got hit with that last night in Atlanta. Torrential. It managed to slow down traffic on I-75 to about 45 mph (and with idiots using their emergency lights while traveling).
So 'Best Looking Obtainable Ferrari Ever.' You could see and hear one at the Monterey Historics. Other than that, the fifteen or so of these cars are not for us mere mortals.
Needed: cops with balls and gumption to do what is right.
While this is neat lighting, I don't see how current turn signals — when actually used — are unclear. Driver's side turn signal = left turn and passenger side turn signal = right turn. How is this confusing? If you can't figure out turn signals, you should not be let out of the house. Read more
Rest easy in the fact that they will soon take their racist attitudes to the grave.