I saw my first one of these while traveling through the Sierras with my wife. We have both lusted hard for one ever since.
Then the Washington Post and the Chicago Tribune have recently screwed it up. The word is “jibe” in this context. Always has been.
Am I the only one who thought “Candyman” was dumb as fuck? I got dragged to see it in the theater when it came out. Bees? Really? And then there’s the annoying Philip Glass score - it sounded like me and my musician buddies screwing around on a keyboard at the music store. I couldn’t wait for it to end. It gets… Read more
The ProBastard is ass. This one will be electric ass. Hard no.
Ha. In my nearly 50 years, I’ve never seen a decommissioned postal Jeep that wasn’t some sort of restomod. There’s one parked outside a pizza joint near me wrapped in the place’s logo. We would make it our own, no doubt about it.
Ugh, you bastard. I’ve wanted a Firebird for 44 years now. Still don’t have one. Adulting sucks.
You beautiful bastard, have a jealousy star.
My wife is not the motorhead I am by far, but she does appreciate a cool ride. After seeing her roll her eyes at my taste for years, I thought of a devious way around her resistance to me getting a beater project: I asked her if there was any old rig that she always dreamed of having. I was startled when she blurted… Read more
Solid fantasy choice. Agonizingly practical eventual ride.
If you were five years old in 1977 like I was, there’s only one answer - other than those that only exist in a galaxy far, far away.
It gets better than that. About 20 years ago, our family mechanic told us about a repeat customer of his, a little old lady who drove nothing but Lincolns. She came to his shop one day with her newest ride, a brand new Blackwood. He asked her what could possibly be wrong with so new of vehicle, and she said, "John,… Read more
They did, and do. Long before anyone knew the name James Jamerson, the legendary house bassist at Motown, Paul McCartney said his biggest influence was "that bloke that plays on all the Tamla (Motown in the UK) records."
I’m sorry, but is there supposed to be something wrong with what Dave said? All musicians are thieves. The evolution of all music is based on stealing licks from those who came before you. Every drummer of every color should steal from players as great as Tony Thompson, and Dave gave him his flowers. Read more
Great, now we finally have all the necessary components to turn “Fahrenheit 451" into reality.