Question I need answered, not with typical Gawker snark please.
I work in this field, so I’ll go ahead and add my 2¢ since for once i’m professionally qualified to.
If it works, great. I love that kind of news.
As someone who likes the design of the old Rogue over the new, it’s not a bad thing. New car, better design (in my opinion) and it allows Nissan to make easy money to build better GT-R’s!
Kinda how it should’ve been. Though something could be said for the time the design originated: by the early 1990’s, Schwarzenegger wasn’t the Mr. Olympia/Conan, but more of a “ridiculously buff, but clean-looking movie star” so it fits.
Really, the Jenner concept isn't a bad design. It's very clean. I actually like it. Though it's not as muscular as the Schwarzenegger concept, it's not bad at all.
You either die a hero, or live long enough to become the villain.
Good on Johnson for the win. Glad to see him doing well this year.
It won’t work for this reason alone:
I’m happy for rosberg, but yes this was the team’s fault. Can’t really blame him for his actions. He was as stunned as I was.
It was long, but I took it, and answered the questions honestly.
If this were at Gawker, it would read “white privelage has compelled the designers to build a car with zero outward visibility so that when blacks drive it, they inevitably crash, since they can’t see. Once again, the oppression continues.”
I've lived with a performance car as my DD for a year and a half now. You get used to the drawbacks. You never get used to the power though. ;)
Dress was, as his performance fit the role. I do NOT like him as Bones however. Good actor, but Bones isn't Urban. Abrams got the rest of the cast perfect though.
Or move to a county where emissions are not tested. Those exist here.
As a Creationist, even I’m starting to believe that it needs to be kept out of schools.
That website scares me, but I suppose that it's an industry...
I agree, and frankly their loss is my gain. The photo above is my actual GTO, and for all her faults, she’s fantastic. Holden did a good job, but GM failed for not providing enough manufacturer support once it was here. They made the same mistake with the G8, and it appears the SS as well.