I feel like Amazon is doing the same thing with hardware products that Google does with software products. Throwing against the wall to see what sticks, but not putting an abundance of thought into the quality or execution of said offerings while leaving the door to drop support of such things on a whim.
You know what I would love? If Trump loses the election, and doesn’t try to pull some kind of fuckery and leaves the White House like he’s supposed to, I would love it if he tweeted something really inflammatory and then promptly got banned because he’s no longer the president. That would be just delicious.
I had to scroll down to make sure someone made this comment . If not I would’ve had to.
I think (hope, maybe more accurately) that a sub like Lanesplitter might help filter out some of the #twowheelsbad mouthbreathers that feel compelled to comment when there’s motorcycle content on the main page.
I think what Ford was doing for low cost Mercury models in Canada were the most interesting Canada-exclusive models. They still wanted to look nicer than Fords, even if they only existed because the only dealer in a small town had a Mercury line. The 1961 Meteor still has one of my favorite rear ends.
For the past week or so, the cheapest price in my town in the east bay has been $2.83 a gallon. I’d sure love me some $1.09 action.
When you move out of California, I reckon.
This is really cool. I love the idea of being able to make a record of my kids singing a song, even if its not great quality. My daughter is fascinated by my turntable, and I think she’d love this.