Joshua "Dr. Science" Gilbert
j-man
12/5/18
1:14 PM
1

my jeep is literally the color of orange traffic cones and people do not see me and cut me off all the time. this kind of testing hints at the future and that this may be the last of the real jeeps. 

12/5/18
12:48 PM
3

We should also keep in mind that the JL weighs between 4,000 and 4,500 lbs. depending on configuration. That mass is a much bigger factor in occupant safety for most real world collisions than is shown in static tests.

12/5/18
11:15 AM
1

The only safety features a Jeep needs in europe is a wire cutter and a .50 cal

12/5/18
11:11 AM
7

It’s the same with emissions standards, it’s not really about saving the environment anymore.

12/5/18
10:35 AM
8

FCA engineer: Why would we include safety tech? These will not be used on the road.... they will be “angry headlight accessories” to be backing over shopping carts and shrubbery in the minimall off the I40.

3/29/18
2:16 PM
1

The thing is, it’s not half the population. In fact I’d be shocked if its 10%. The market is simply too small for Apple to build a product to cater to it. At the end of the day they are publicly traded company that has to make money for it’s shareholders. If the market isn’t big enough to support the product they

3/29/18
2:03 PM
1

Nah, I didn’t get betamax either.

3/29/18
1:40 PM
1

I’d pay more for one that specifically blocked any U2 related content.

3/29/18
1:31 PM
1

I’ve found myself using my old nano on trips as well. I just snagged a new S9+ but nothing beats the ease of use of the original iPods. Even if I can remote control the phone with the watch.

3/29/18
1:27 PM
1

I dearly miss my 30GB iPod Video that was stolen out of my car the night I graduated high school. The iPod touch that replaced it is full of music and permanently resides inside my Miata to provide jams through the head unit (that has a little cubby-hole to store the iPod rather than a CD deck).

3/1/18
12:22 AM
1

Aren’t the “real” Jordans and Addidas still made by children in Malaysia?