lithy
lithy
1/13/20
9:17 AM
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Since I just purchased my 2014 Flex SEL AWD last March, I guess I am either the best or worst qualified person to give an opinion. Read more

1/12/20
10:12 PM
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Hey baby, how’d you like to join the approximately 240,000 mile high club?” Read more

1/6/20
4:11 PM
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By the time I read everything, only about half of the car pictures had loaded, but 13(!) individual ads loaded for a pretty fancy woodchipper. So I am left thinking that a woodchipper was the most important thing of the last 15 years. Read more

1/2/20
11:49 AM
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I’m not so sure it can be considered ‘predicting the future’ if you just don’t change your designs for a (human) generation and are still essentially making the same car 15-20 years down the road. If it was, then I guess Chrysler with the 300, Charger, and Challenger were the most futuristic cars of aughts.

12/17/19
9:05 AM
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I’ll respond to you mostly for your first sentence and in advance note that this is a long reply that makes this seems super-serious and it certainly isn’t. It is mostly just a conglomeration of thoughts and not entirely directed back towards you. So, sorry in advance. Read more

12/16/19
9:55 PM
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Counterpoint: I am not an F1 fan, but if I apply this broadly to all sports I disagree. Social media is a scourge for intelligent thought but a boon for the 24-hour sports ‘news’ cycle. I thought I would miss ESPN when I ditched cable years ago but when I catch it now, I realize I spared myself a load of nonsense. Read more

12/10/19
8:13 AM
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I love the SHO. I had a beater 92 at one point, but 89-91 is the gen to have. The engine has a great sound and period power. Read more

12/8/19
1:00 PM
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This is what gets me. Most people will be financing these gifts. So you’re making a decision for the household finances with only one party’s input. Seems like a terrible gift. Read more

12/8/19
12:55 PM
1

Since Alexis Texas is a real porn star name, then...yes?

12/6/19
10:02 AM
5

I could only think about this scene because you brought up rattle cans.

12/4/19
6:52 PM
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Ah, I somehow completely skimmed over the fact that it was a wagon.

12/4/19
9:44 AM
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Are you sure it wasn’t an SHO? No new MT-5s after 88. SHO in 91 was still manual only with a nice 220hp screaming Yamaha V6. Actually would have been a nice pick for a young kid with an influx of cash.

12/3/19
9:22 PM
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Yup, 86-87 only for the MT-5 wagon (not sure how that meshes with the story of ordering one new in 91 above, maybe it was used?). Read more

12/3/19
5:27 PM
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My first car was a 93 Ford Taurus, as such I learned more than anyone ever really needs to know about the line. I used to know exterior colors and available interior colors for each color by model year largely because the one I had was green/black which had to be ordered as only grey/beige/green were the suggested Read more

12/1/19
7:51 PM
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Well it would be within spitting distance of either Pennsylvania or West Virginia or possibly both. So I guess that’s why it's a damn Northwest Maryland.

11/30/19
3:59 PM
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Government needs to step in to help rich people charge their cars? I mean, I get that our federal government already exists to massively help the rich, but I'm just surprised to see this offered as a seemingly honest suggestion.

11/29/19
1:02 PM
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Why don't I understand what is happening in this article? 

11/25/19
8:28 AM
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The first engine lasted only somewhere in the range of 15-20% of my expectation for a modern (as in post-1990) build and the replace/rebuild cost was likely 5-6x what any current major manufacturer would cost (these are still largely serviced through Ferrari dealers, right?) Read more