discerning2003c5z
Discerning
discerning2003c5z
Oct 1
3

Yup. C6 Grand Sport has so much grip with Pilot Cups it’s dangerous. You can ride that thing so hard that when the grip finally lets go you are really and truly up a creek.

Sep 15
3

Yeah, not a lot of boulders at the mall, unless you’re off-roading in the median or the sculpture garden.

Sep 14
33

One could argue that this is the essence of owning an "off-road" vehicle in the first place. How many people buy a Jeep because there's a mountain to climb and a creek to ford on the way to the office everyday?

Sep 14
53

Seems like a stretch to get there...kind of one of those “solution in search of a problem” things

Sep 14
1

Love the RS3, especially in that blue. The I5 engine is wild. I (personally) was not a huge fan of the transmission, but there is only one option in that aspect. I didn’t drive one other than briefly while my own A4 was in for service.
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Sep 14
175

Amen to that. I love how these people get on a high horse about calling others snowflakes, but they throw a temper tantrum over someone wearing a t-shirt or a Starbucks cup saying “happy holidays”.

Sep 14
303

Nice, Lewis! You are the greatest Formula 1 driver of all time so use that position for change. If people don’t like that, they can go fuck their conservative, racist, twinkerbelle asses. Tough shit, eh, republicans?

Sep 11
3

I’m in such a good mood (probably buying an XJ finally, closer than Texas) that even this bit of madness won’t get me down.

Sep 4
1

The windows are definitely a fail. I think what you did would be one step in a more nostalgic direction. I think the snout is another fail. But is yet again not really something that can be replicated in modern design requirements.

Sep 3
111

This Nokia is an heirloom variety! We thought it was extinct but a few were found in the wild forests outside of Helsinki and propagated.”  It’s delicious paired with 90's nostalgia.” 

Sep 3
139

Solution: Quit working for amazon and start up your own fresh-picked phone stand.

Aug 28
1

Me exactly when I was VP on the board and ran the Architectural Committee for seven years.