Gaseous Clay, Still Prone to Hyperbole
gasclay
2/15/20
9:10 PM
2

I think we agree more than you might think or than I might like to admit. The fluidity of language is certainly one of its most beautiful and powerful features. Meanings do shift and change, and we can’t stop that even if we want to. Resistance to change is also a natural part of the endless push-and-pull of meaning Read more

2/15/20
6:37 PM
8

I have owned three of them here in the states. One of which was a rare early 50s convertible. There are a lot of fun they get a tremendous amount of attention of course and they’re really pleasant to drive in town. Read more

2/15/20
6:20 PM
14

As an English major, I will absolutely defend anyone who wants others to respect the true definition of a word. Read more

2/15/20
2:13 PM
6

Can verify - was a joke going around Stockton in the early ‘70's. “How long do I have to live here before I can get a belt buckle with my name on it?”

2/12/20
8:11 PM
11

That could never happen... I mean that would never happen twice... Ok, that can’t happen 3 times... can it?

9/18/19
8:24 PM
7

I don't know what you do on your free time, but I don't want to hear about it. 

9/18/19
8:00 PM
38

How about The Baja 1000 with a road legal SUV? Think Lambo, Bentley, MB, Audi, RR, Land Rover, Jag, Aston gonna show up to race us this November? Read more

9/18/19
7:50 PM
65

No, more of an Alfa wheel. A la 8C.

9/15/18
12:34 PM
47

What this article doesn’t say is this is just one step in the development of air cushion vehicles (hovercraft) that are still in use today. It turns out though that small jeep size air cushion vehicles (also known as Ground Effect Machines or GEM) aren’t particularly useful. Wheeled or tracked vehicles are more