jayzayeighty
JayZAyEighty thinks C4+3=C7
jayzayeighty
Oct 24
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AFAIK most white ones these days are not bleached—at least that’s what I’ve been told by the marketing materials--but wood coffee probably has a future as a trend!

Oct 21
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I think you understand the difference between enmity, competition, and comparison. Please stop with these false dichotomies; I understand you make money from/with China, but that doesn’t mean the inter-dependent contributor tothe Republic’ cares for ever-increasing entwinement with expansionist China and the systems Read more

Oct 19
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I think that’s what Hyundai did on that compact Genesis sedan, but to the tune of $2500 IIRC. However, it wasn’t reviewed that well vs other 3-pedal sedans anyways.

Oct 17
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Seems like good stuff! I was about to say that the label is pretty metal, and looked it up to find that to literally be the case. At any rate, I’ve never tried any Lithuanian beer and wish I’d come across some here. A different beer for most nights of the week helps tide me over, so your consumption seems truly Read more

Oct 17
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Wine, for once. The viral hibernation-isolationism is straining even my cheap beer appreciation, so I told the guy next door from work to recommend something; so far, very wine-like. Reddish, to be technical. But 8.2% Lager is news to me!

Sep 27
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No, it’s like saying that antitheism is a statement on religion and therefore a religious statement. Atheism does not suggest any external position and thereby is a religious non-statement.

Sep 15
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They certainly gave it some more character. I’d say it is visually interesting and hits the fundamentally hits right notes. It feels new despite almost-certain FM roots (windshield/roofline areas)

Sep 15
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I think it’s pretty graceful for being a distinctive design, the most clear thing from the teasers may have been that Z32-esque rear treatment and it’s definitely interesting to have integrated with the S30 cues. I’m actually looking forward to seeing these on the road, although it’s launching at quite a precarious Read more

Sep 15
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I’m imagining a 300ZR to go to bat with its German-I6 rival. Realistically, though, these new VR engines should carry over and might even pack something extra previously left on the table. So far they have only been paired to that 7AT, though. Retaining a manual was a smart move, at least. Maybe we could finally see Read more

Sep 15
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Definitely. I was a little cranky, for one, to see the Miata power bump come with a mandatory TV doohickey, mirror heathens be damned.

Jul 8
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I think ‘crazy’ kind of makes his content offering what it is. I haven’t seen his stuff in awhile, but I don’t see a need for pearl-clutching over his politics regardless. We’ll just be lucky to not see what his ticket with Tracy would run on. Nevermind, I’m a hoarder.

Jul 2
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I think you meant to reply to the original post, but I see what you’re saying. No one bothers to actually option out the cars before the spreadsheet wars begin.

Jul 1
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Not sure I follow on the technical aspects. How was the ATS-V overpriced relative to the competition? Moreover, how were the powerplants lousy in the context of compact luxury? It would seem that slapping the V-badge on as a trim package might at least be a draw along with the aforementioned Germans.

Jul 1
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I don’t know that this would apply evenly to the CT4. The point made in the article is that the product is starkly differentiated from the pack, albeit in a way that many consumers probably will not be concerned with.