Ive had my CJ7 (first car too) for nearly 30 years now. That stock Carter Carb is a f*$king nightmare. The shop I used to take it to told me to never come back. As far as I could understand, it was also the only carb that was legal in the state.
The same magic that makes your toilet work.
Which usually happens because parts stores no longer carry replacement parts. Yup...that's old.
It becomes an old car when you start making repairs with non-automotive products. Spackle, tar, Gorilla glue, picture hanging wire, twine, tape, wood screws, etc.
So, if bad actors want to disrupt US air travel to the point of collapse, all they have to do is drive a few dozens of rental cars to all major US airports at around the same busy time and pay a $56 fine each? Read more
Yeah, sounds like a huge overreaction on the part of the police. There’s no reason to treat a car parked illegally at an airport any differently from a car parked illegally on any slightly busy urban street. You can’t bring down airplane with a car bomb, and if you just want to kill a bunch of people there are plenty… Read more
At one point in time, people need to realize that they are adults and need to act like fucking adults and stop leaving traces of cocaine in their cars. Amateurs.
I’m reminded of a joke by a now-disgraced comedian about how you can just leave a rental car at the airport, and not return it. Pretty hilarious at the time. I’m sure if you can look past his transgressions that have been brought to light, you’ll find it still hilarious, and relevant.
But I mean... isn’t this a law enforcement issue as well? DID they find something? WAS IT necessary to turn a 25 minute pain in the ass into a 5 hour ordeal?
Hopefully got the full insurance package
It is no accident that he was calling for $420 a share. Just saying.
The only dangerous thing is wasting your life in a suit, living as society expects of you, and not expanding your mind into the infinity of consciousness.
This is as #TeamNoOne as it gets.
He better be dropping acid daily. I don’t want squares running automobile companies.
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