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8/2/19
1:07 PM
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I have a similar thought every time I see one. Some marketing executive looked at an Armada and said, “No. Bigger! Bloatier! Fuglier!”

7/19/19
12:20 PM
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That’s worse than we got it, but I feel your pain. A crew of men with jackhammers is scheduled to rip up my basement on Monday and install a sump system. We’ve been waiting our turn since May.  Could have bought a new car for what this is costing...

6/6/19
9:09 AM
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Check and see if it peeled part of the seal away from the door (even just a little). My car was leaking at the rear door on the back side of the seal and I just put a little RTV behind there to patch up the gap.

5/21/19
12:10 PM
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There’s also a number of Agency employees in there who were given notice. A guy I know was brought back the following day as a contract employee to do the same job under a different purchase order.

5/17/19
12:18 PM
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I had all four removed in one go. Used that ‘twilight sleep’ anesthetic and started to come to in the middle of it when the dental surgeon had both hands and a pair of pliers in my mouth...

4/26/19
1:12 PM
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I’m in the exact same boat. At least my ‘11 SES doesn’t have all the transmission problems of the later models...

2/15/19
4:07 PM
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That’s pretty wild! My cousin was working on a street repair job in Michigan a few years back that had numerous over-runs because they kept running into WW2-era Orangeburg pipe (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orangeburg_pipe) that’s basically paper mache made with tar.

2/15/19
11:40 AM
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Same, but I’ve only made it to 82,000 so far!

1/4/19
12:00 PM
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The 4th row bench is a single unit with all three seats. After you take it out, there is an aisle all the way up to the front passenger seat.  I think the cabin payload is more than most pickup trucks.

1/3/19
10:58 AM
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I have the 10-passenger transit (2016). The rear seat has two pull-tabs in the back and locks into some hard points in the floor. It weighs well over 100 lbs, so it’s a two-person job unless you’re a hoss. I have taken it out solo by tipping one end down and swinging the other around, but I would not recommend it.

11/26/18
3:35 PM
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Look for the Society of Creative Anachronism.  They don’t screw around when it comes to wacking each other with giant pieces of metal.

10/25/18
3:01 PM
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Is that the one that was joint developed with Ford a few years ago?  Wonder if they’re going to show up with the same issues...

10/19/18
10:11 AM
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You know the pain.  You’ve seen the tears!

10/17/18
3:33 PM
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It depends on their assumption for the average salary of the 2500 employees. At 1.2% (non-resident) tax over 35 years, you would have to assume the average wage is $99,000 (if my math is correct).

10/16/18
4:37 PM
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Time for everyone to light up a Pall Mall and pour out a cup of coffee on the curb.