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.
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
Since Alexis Texas is a real porn star name, then...yes?
I could only think about this scene because you brought up rattle cans.
Ah, I somehow completely skimmed over the fact that it was a wagon.
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
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.