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In America, first you get the sugar.  Then you get the power.  Then you get the women

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Holy shit, that’s so true. I see or hear anything about Bill Gates these days and think “that man is awesome. All billionaires need to model themselves after him and use their power and money to highlight and drive positive change.”

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Agree completely.  I was expecting something like the BMW i3 (which I’m currently shopping for), then got to the 2nd-gen Neon and was like “WHAT?!  That thing is like an aggressive version of a very inoffensive and pleasant design”

Feb 22
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The 1.8L I4 in my Golf is so quiet that I do occasionally pull into work, read a text that came in while I was driving, then exit the car to go inside, only to be reminded that the engine (that I could barely hear) is on. Read more

Feb 22
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Did you mean nine dollars, or nine thousand dollars? Nine dollars is impressive, if that’s the case.  Was it $5 for the first car, and you talked them down to $4 for the second?

Feb 16
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Wow, that’d leave Toyota and Dodge competing with each other. Efficient and bland but highly reliable peoplemovers, or 700HP V8 cars with the same body they had in 2017.

Feb 16
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I took a 2017 Premier for a spin.  THOROUGHLY enjoyed the driving experience (the regen brake being in the location of my car’s downshift paddle is perfect), detested the interior.  2022 fixes the interior.  If GM’s other EVs have a similar driving feel, I am keeping them on my shortlist when the time comes to go 100% Read more

Feb 11
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Why, if the tunnel basically connects two points, isn’t it anything remotely close to a straight line?

Feb 11
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Don’t get me started on that massive Mazda3 D-pillar!  You can fit a truck in that blindspot