Future next gen S2000 owner
future-next-gen-s2000-owner
9/13/19
8:32 AM
1

Some helmets come with inflatable cheek pads. Deflate them first. There will be a valve inside the chin bar.

9/12/19
12:05 PM
3

I will say all of his kids look like their mothers but I wouldn’t really say any of them bear a striking resembles to their father.

9/6/19
11:40 AM
1

 Or anything other than "Push button. Press skinny pedal. "

9/5/19
10:27 AM
5

This is what gets me about conservatives that defend him. You point to something like this and they say it’s a minor mistake, no big deal. But that’s not the point, the point is the lengths he goes to in order to appear to never be wrong is just sleezy. And if he goes through this much trouble for something so stupid

9/5/19
10:24 AM
6

Two things - when has he ever admitted error? Far too thin of skin and large of ego to do that. Obfuscate and distract, that’s the strategy.

9/4/19
11:14 AM
2

Yeah, I’m about 15k per year myself. My Tacoma is my primary drive (get the M3 out once or twice a week); almost 20k on the truck after a year and change, 125k on the M3 after 7 years (had just under 40k on it when I bought it).

9/3/19
3:47 PM
10

Ah yes, marina and boat ramp etiquette. I love the folks that decide to get their rigs on the ramp before they move the coolers to the boat,unstrap the rear of the boat, screw with the Bimini top, load the fishing gear, load the water sports gear, decide who’s going to pilot the boat, who’s going to pull the truck

9/3/19
10:17 AM
76

“Let’s say of the 800,000 F series that we sell a year, just 10 percent are interested. That’s still 80,000 vehicles. These are huge numbers.”

8/30/19
10:22 AM
518

$20 bucks for 3 hours is less than minimum wage.  That doesn’t sound great at all.

8/29/19
2:25 PM
8

With doors getting thicker, rear seats just aren’t what they used to be. Throw in stricter and stricter child seat requirements that keep them in seats until puberty, and many sedans become 2+2's. It is now easier to fit 3 adults in a back seat than 3 toddlers.