This was okay. It was lighter than I expected it to be, closer to a lager, but I prefer lagers. I probably wouldn’t buy it again.
Granted, I still owed, and last year was a perfect storm of really, really bad tax planning. Still, I dunno, I never won’t be a Democrat, but if people below the poverty line want to vote people into office who give me tax breaks, I’m not going to say no.
I saw an older guy in an AMG SLC43, but the badge was changed to SLC 330. It was definitely an AMG, because it was matte gray with red accents. I don’t think I’ve ever seen anyone make up a fake model number before, with the exception of some people in old BMWs just playing around.
Some people decided to pay me more money than I’m worth.
See if you can spot the moment my older brother was born. I don’t think I ever want kids.
But how about Kevin James’ Eldorado, as seen in the film Grown Ups, a film I have not seen, but I trust exists.
The Lustron home got me thinking about the house my grandfather built for himself in the 50s. He was a salesman for Alcoa, and at some point he came to this realization that it was way easier to sell aluminum to yourself than anyone else, so he started a home building company. Family lore has it that he paid his…
I have this rucksack from LL Bean that I use all of the time:
I love anything you can abuse the hell out of and it doesn’t break. I’ve dented the top one multiple times and it will still keep ice cubes as ice cubes for almost 48 hours.
I had a phone interview that was unexpectedly early, so I ran outside to talk.
Was seeming more like a spacy dipshit than I am.
Apparently, rich people in San Sebastian-Donostia were like, “let’s make a car.” But everyone else was like, “let’s not.”
I went to replace the battery in the Miata, and I forgot how these stupid hooks on the battery brace work, so, of course, I unscrewed the nut all the way and the first hook fell into the radiator fan.
I like to browse Classic Rover’s inventory, so I can watch Disco prices slowly and inexplicably climb. My favorite thing is that they keep a full archive of their sold cars along with where they were sold to (weirdly, very few actually stay in NJ).