Jerry Harding
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4/1/20
4:28 PM
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Basically don’t click on unknown links. Something we should all know to do, but some don’t always have the restraint not to do. 

4/1/20
4:21 PM
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I’m in. What the hell else am I going to do with my Friday night?

4/1/20
8:27 AM
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Goodbye Fancy Kristen. And goodbye actual Kristen. You will both be missed at Jalopnik. 

3/27/20
2:13 PM
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I am a 1982 German coupe with an 8 rotor mounted in a front-mid configuration powering the rear wheels. It is fun to drive, but rusts horribly. I shall name it the Eishockey. 

3/16/20
9:12 PM
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Well, hot damn. I’m home with the kids for the next two weeks. May just set a reminder on my phone and have some break time from work!

3/16/20
4:42 PM
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Man, this thing would be perfect for where I live. Not my actual daily commute to work, but for around my neighborhood and immediate vicinity. Why? Because I live adjacent to a 55+ retirement community where golf carts are allowed in the streets. Read more

3/16/20
10:22 AM
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I was willing to entertain NP even given the miles once I saw the first interior picture. Then I got to rebuilt title and the decision was made instantaneously. CP all the way.

3/14/20
9:52 PM
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You sound like a real straight shooter with upper management written all over you.

3/14/20
9:47 PM
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This is beautiful. And I’m also stuck working from home the next week, and probably two due to local school closings. I promise I will not in any way shape or form work on my car during business hours. Read more

3/4/20
8:19 PM
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I had a Sonoran dog on my last trip to Tucson. I sat and ate it, drank a Coke, and decided to get another. It was delicious. Read more

2/6/20
8:27 AM
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Ah yes, the Florida State Fair. Which opens today and will mess up my commute home for the next two weeks (I work a couple miles away). Read more

1/31/20
8:03 AM
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The part I like about that the most is she scalloped out the sides. Would have been super easy to leave them flat.  

1/29/20
10:06 AM
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I commented here a couple months ago that they should stick the inline six they were developing in the RX-Vision and call it a day. As a rotary purist, they should change it to MX-something and just retire the RX name for when/if another production rotary comes out. 

1/21/20
11:18 AM
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Dealer markups on large SUVs that are made by Hyundai and Kia. What a time to be alive.

1/17/20
12:00 PM
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So, if it gets the 3.0 liter V6, they should go back to naming it the 300Z. It’s like back to the future. Or back to the past. The past is the future. Er, something like that.

1/15/20
8:42 AM
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Not counting original or Double Stuffed (which is the appropriate amount of stuffed), I only regularly buy chocolate and mint Oreos. Everything else just seems like an attempt to make an Oreo something it isn’t, as alluded to in the article.

1/3/20
8:22 AM
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As it turns out, Mazda chose correctly with Multimatic. Seems quite likely the Joest partnership ends when its contract runs out after Sebring. 

1/3/20
8:21 AM
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Idemitsu is already in the North American market. You can very easily buy many blends on Amazon. I use the added moly blend on my Mazda 6 and wife’s CX-5. I haven’t seen any pop up in retail stores yet, but the auto parts stores I’m in is an extremely small sample size. However, quite a few rotary shops stock their Read more