McPherson
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1/23/20
1:49 PM
10

I think the problem is mostly testosterone, but admittedly that tends to be accompanied by dicks.

1/23/20
1:21 PM
37

You missed to cover another Cars & Coffee-type event where a Mustang collided with an Escalade, which resulted in the Escalade driver’s dog exiting the vehicle after the wreck right into traffic, that ultimately killed the dog. Read more

1/20/20
9:36 PM
22

“Next Sphincter-Tightening Ish: The BOWEL OBSTRUCTIONS of PROXIMA! Be there, True Believers! You’re gonna want to sit down for this one!”

1/20/20
8:23 PM
20

Huh. Looks kinda like the ship from this Marvel Premiere story from the mid-’70s (which was basically a case of “we can’t get the Star Trek license, so let’s do the next closest thing”). Created by Doug Moench and Tom Sutton; Uncanny X-Men penciller Dave Cockrum handled the cover art.

1/19/20
5:35 PM
12

Tatra is generally credited with being the first manufacturer to put cars with aerodynamic principles in production. This is a 1934 model. Well in advance of Saab.

1/19/20
4:51 PM
4

Yes I often find oldsmobiles intriguing. They have a certain sword like sharpness, a certain bravada to their design. And when done right they tend to rocket forward. 

1/19/20
11:37 AM
90

How come nobody understands what a facelift is?

3/4/19
1:30 PM
35

I actually worked with one of the engineers who was involved with the Quad4 program, unfortunately he died a few years ago. Was a really smart guy, he loved talking about how fun and interesting the Quad4 project was at the time.