kurtbroz
KurtBroz
kurtbroz
Apr 14 2016
29

I assume you were a huge idiot “partay fucktard” decades ago when whichever generational group burdened with you was doing their part to make poor purchasing choices and generally ruining everything for future generations. Much to the disgrace of your elders who shook their canes and claimed everyone younger than Read more

Apr 14 2016
139

It really sucks that lots of people are younger than you doesn’t it? Those stupid millennials with all their youth, such assholes.

Nov 25 2015
4

Makes sense to me. I had a suspicion that Quill’s dad would be a self educated clockmaker and the inventor of the marine chronometer

Nov 25 2015
16

This is perfect fix. Put all the non passing diesels in vintage baja bugs.

Nov 25 2015
11

I thought it was pretty clear from the extra scenes that Quill’s dad is Howard the Duck.

Nov 25 2015
11

a teenage version of Kal-El, a.k.a. Superman. The Teenager of Steel will appear in the show’s thirteenth episode, and eventually develop into a recurring role via flashbacks. Read more

Nov 25 2015
4

But they’re buying into BMW precisely because that badge has value. And that value is that it’s perceived to be sporty, a proper drivers’ car. Even if they don’t need that, that’s what they’re paying for. But when the car itself turns into something completely different than a drivers’ car then that badge ‘promise’ is Read more

Nov 24 2015
13

This is a terrible argument. As long as BMW builds cars that appeal to the “core” brand buyer they don’t run that risk. A very small minority of people think in the narrow minded fanboy sense you are talking about. Look at Mitsubishi, it has moved away from the Lancer line and has seen some great sales success. No Read more

Nov 24 2015
29

What this means, is that the likelihood of my next purchase being a BMW is less than it otherwise might have been. But that’s OK. There are still plenty of car makers who understand performance enthusiasts. Oh, and ever since the ‘i3’ came out, they really should stop calling their product ‘the ultimate driving Read more

Oct 12 2015
56

I’d pull an Admiral Ozzel and jump out of light speed too close to those planets, if you know what I mean.

Oct 9 2015
2

So what’s the flagship of their sedan line? I’d argue it’s the CTS-V. Which is indeed rear wheel drive. As is the ATS. No, sorry, there aren’t many front-drive Cadillacs out there, and the ones that are, aren’t top of the line.