The new Ranger is a bit larger than the old one, but the old one was encroaching on “mid-size” territory itself. The new one looks huge for a few reasons IMO:
No. Ostrich is as red (or redder) than a lot of beef.
*shrug*. I’d rather we be moving away from the unnaturally swole beasts we’ve developed and back towards something which resembles what turkeys are supposed to look like. I think people would be surprised at how relatively scrawny wild turkeys are compared to domestic ones.
Hi, do you know how this “internet” thing works?
I get an average of 0.5-1 texts per day, nothing like this happens.
I’m not interested in getting into a pissing match over who knows more “authentic” people. That shit belongs in middle school.
The serial number will start with “58*”
there’s no way this gets worse mileage than the old Ranger. My daily is a 2011 Sport 4x4, and at best it gets 18.5. Winter, 16.
eh, I can see your point.
they can’t publish anything until the EPA accepts their certification evidence packet.
yes. I know that for the most part, these are unobtanium which I will never be allowed to sit in (with one exception) let alone drive. I just don’t care anymore about anything the latest McLaren does, or how much more horsepower Lamborghini’s latest creation has. I know that- barring a highly improbable win in the…
that car is the best automotive example of “tryhard.”
my senior engineer is an older (northern) Italian guy. I hear it a lot. along with vaffanculo.
I hate to say it, but not being familiar with Moore’s books, I didn’t really know what to expect from this film. it bored me to tears.
or, don’t argue with idiots. they just drag you down to their level and beat you with experience.
honestly it isn’t too tasteless. and the 3.7 S197 was a solid ~5 second 0-60 car, way better than the previous one with the 4.0 boat anchor.
you want some muzzadell’ to go with that gabagool?
sorry. I hate the very idea of sandwiches which expect me to be able to unhinge my jaw like a python.
sorry, but if you turn into a faucet within an hour, it ain’t the food. it’s probably norovirus or some other result of poor sanitary practices. actual “food poisoning” like salmonellosis takes 12-24 hours to set in.
But as my colleague Gwen Ihnat pointed out in her piece about the cheeseburger-less Happy Meals, are parents really visiting the drive-thru lane in search of healthy kids’ food?