I’d get more joy from driving if Waze directed me to drive to my destination along the curviest and most traffic free roads. Is there no “fun” route option on any navigation app?
I had actually tried the Amazon Solimo men’s 5-blade razors. They were alright as far as inexpensive 5-blade razors go, but they were IDENTICAL to the ones my grocery store (FreshCo in Canada) sells as their store brand, and the FreshCo ones were even cheaper than Amazon’s.
Speaking of syrup...Canada actually has a stockpile equivalent to 4 average years of the WORLD’S maple syrup consumption. That stockpile is kept safe in the event of a few bad seasons decreasing supply and causing prices to surge. If that weren’t crazy enough, there was a heist at the syrup stockpile and someone stole… Read more
The same was also true of the Focus RS. The Canadian market ones were considerably cheaper when exchange rate was accounted for, plus all Canadian market FoRS came with a spare set of aluminum wheels with snow tires in the trunk.
Mandarin Restaurant is still around, but the cost has become astronomical. All-you-can-eat dinner, on a Friday/Saturday/Sunday/Holiday evening is $35 CDN per adult, not including drink/tip/tax. Read more
I’m envisioning a Ford F-150 Lightning with both MAGA and COEXIST bumper stickers on it.
My sister-in-law’s boyfriend is planning on trading in his 2018 Mustang GT for a 2022 Camaro ZL1 1LE and I’ve put the bug in his ear that a CT5-V Blackwing 6MT (especially in the limited availability Dark Emerald Frost and bronze wheels), will be a better daily driver and a more collectible car in the future.
When I was a kid/teen I had no idea Hellman’s Mayo and Miracle Whip were different. I thought they were just two competing brands of the same thing (like Energizer vs. Duracell, or Coke vs. Pepsi). I was too young to have an appreciation for a difference in taste and now I can’t even remember which one my parent’s… Read more
There’s no key in the ignition of that Fiat 500. I guess it is more environmentally friendly to pretend to drive a vehicle than actually driving it.
You know what’s ever more environmentally friendly? Not building fridges that last 3 years and then have to be scrapped and replaced.
Will two dirt bikes fit in the bed, with the rear tires resting on the tailgate?
They’re saving the donut spares for the “So-Lo-Floor”, and then for the highest performance “Ultra-Lo-Floor” they won’t even bother with wheels and will just let it ride around on the brake rotors.
The Mazda Protege was available as a wagon called the Protege 5
That was my thinking too. Why burden the car with an extra 7.4kg for a fuel economy test if you don’t need to? I can see manufacturers gaming the system and cars coming standard with only a 20 litre tank good for ~350 km and then charge $100 for a normal 50 litre tank for more useful range. Similar to what truck… Read more
Mazda FD RX-7