Dusty Ventures
dustyventures
4:12 PM
6

One has the prick sitting inside the car, the other has the prick sitting across the street, at a coffee shop, and yelling at people who get too close to it. 

11/12/19
8:09 AM
2

I looked at a house where the people had gone on vacation in the middle of the summer and the hose to the icemaker let go. It flooded the basement and with the heat and moisture the whole house was covered in black mold. The house was a STEAL at the price they were asking so I walked thru and within seconds was like Read more

11/12/19
6:55 AM
1

I used to work for a realty company that specialized in foreclosures. This has so many of the typical features/issues of houses in this price range. Really brings me back.

11/12/19
6:03 AM
1

Yea, I wouldn’t touch that with a 10'pole. More of a tear-down than a remodel. Major water and foundation damage? Nope right out of there. You made the right choice. 

11/11/19
11:41 PM
3

I'm almost more concerned about the mold and water damage than the crack in the foundation. The water damage could mean $15,000 new roof plus lots of drywall replacement. I would walk too, find something smaller and in better shape.

11/11/19
1:43 PM
5

Same here. I learned left-foot braking first, and I still drive that way, but only in automatics. When I decided to buy my first manual last year, I began to right-foot brake to get used to it before making the purchase. Read more

11/11/19
12:56 PM
1

Then you right foot brake ... people seem to think that LFB means that your left foot is eternally hovering over the brake pedal which just isn’t the case.

11/11/19
10:31 AM
5

Seems like a lot of hate for left foot braking here, but I’m with ya. My GTI has the DSG transmission, so I have 2 feet and 2 pedals and I’m using them both. As a few comments read, “you could just not tailgate”... relax, I’m also watching you in my mirror so I don’t get rear ended. Read more

11/11/19
10:00 AM
5

You can be pressing both pedals with one foot too. Don’t make the mistake of assuming that all left foot brakers are bad drivers and all right foot brakers are good drivers.

11/11/19
9:55 AM
18

As was mentioned in the video, when you’re cruising around in a safe area, you can just put your left foot on the dead pedal like normal. It’s only when you’re approaching an active situation where you would be hoving, such as city traffic or highway merging. Anyone who has the muscle memory of an ordinary left foot Read more

11/11/19
9:36 AM
11

Hello everyone. My name is featherlite, and I am a left-foot-braker. I started left foot braking from the very day I learned how to drive as a teenager. Being exposed to karting didn’t help much either. After a while it just felt so natural and normal to left foot brake that I found myself doing it all the time. On my Read more

11/11/19
9:25 AM
4

Don’t most modern cars have brake override? Granted it doesn’t cut all the power from the engine, but under hard breaking especially (as you describe) the brakes will win out.