I’d be interested to hear how our friends at Root parse this series of events. They usually have interesting subtext that you don’t get from other sources.
If you need a little weird in your life, this is it. Jump in with both feet!
My first thought. That hood is WAY too long.
If you have no Grey Poupon, you must go. Now.
Ask Don Pauter. I think it’s his personal ride.
Not true. Here’s one in a Karmann Ghia:
Well, it’s patina if it’s only surface rust. In order to make sure there’s nothing structural, you need to get under it, and inspect it closely.
Personally, I like mine substantially overbuilt:
As a Memphian and onetime AFSCME member during my employment in government here, I applaud this series. However, your portrayal of the white community of the time as monolithic, and implacably against the reforms which King advocated is incorrect. There was a vocal and very active subgroup which supported his efforts…
Technically, in mathematics, the topology of any boundary condition is known as a ‘surface’, so you could call the event horizon a ‘surface’ if you want.
Came here to say this, left satisfied. Science!
Do alligators live in sinkholes?
This news provides continuing evidence that hard work, dedication, and creative engineering, can take advantage of Opportunity even when the Spirit is weak.
As driver, my favorite one is my daily commuter:
Here’s a rebodied Slingshot.
That brooding, pensive look does not go well with the gorgeous blue of the Aston Martin. So obviously Craig must go. No hard feelings. But go.
Now if we could just get them to design a good, inexpensive iPhone...
Well, the deal is this: People who buy based upon badge, are simply advertising their bourgeois nature. People who really ARE well off, couldn’t care less what you think of their plutocrat conveyance. They will buy something that is large and comfortable.
Neutral: Has America Won The Luxury War?