You work for Heinz, don’t you.
You work for Heinz, don’t you.
Something about this doesn’t smell right. I don’t know what is is, but there’s more to this than is being written about here.
Maybe I’m getting old, but loud live music, anywhere other than a dance club or rock venue, is just a stupid idea. Nobody can hear anybody; the customers can’t talk to each other or the waitstaff, the waitstaff can’t talk to anyone except in the kitchen, and the bar staff continually have to say WHATTTT???
Exactamundo. Maybe the guy really LOVES the land and is trying like hell to keep it from getting shit on. Imagine that.
I’m sure he has a ranch manager who has come across people who have abused the privilege more than enough times, to make Matt aware of it. If one is merely walking across a few acres to get to the other side, then it surely wouldn’t be an issue. What usually occurs (from personal experience of dealing with large…
I don’t get why people think it’s ironic. Why? Because he bought 16,000 acres? Do you know his reasoning for doing so? Is it possible he’s really into conservation and wants to preserve the land? Is it possible that it’s not about him hording it for himself, but having a specific plan to make sure that the property is…
I’m sure you also observe private property rights, as well as observe a zero waste camping experience. Lots of people don’t, and as a result, people who buy large tracts of land do it to protect the land from just such people. Rather than castigate him for not letting destructive people through, you should be…
How are these people accessing the property? Yes, he might have 16,000 acres, but if these folks are parking on his front lawn, and trashing the place, then I think he has a right to be pissed. Just because he was a scumbag doesn’t mean that he gives up all of his rights to privacy and property.
Extremely tacky. Little boy hot wheel toy tacky.
That is an AMAZING idea. I never thought of that! Seriously!
It’s one thing to buy a very expensive nutso car, and it’s another to have to maintain it. Don’t buy anything you can’t afford to maintain.
I feel sorry for all the other staffers who are trapped by their jobs in the West Wing. It must be unbearable.
I purchased the TT when it was a brand new concept back in 2000 and man did that car get looks. I recall people passing me and taking pictures of it. I felt like a celebrity. Of course, it had its quirks. One time in August, I was driving down the Maine turnpike and stopped at a rest area to walk my dog. I left the…
If you hadn’t mentioned the name, I would never have known what brand it is.
I just want to know how much money Amazon is paying you guys to continually mention this thing. If you’re gonna pimp yourselves out, you should at least be making bank on it.
I completely agree. I used to be a frequent shopper there but not anymore. I’m not a prime member and never will be either. I went on Sunday and asked the cashier if she was a prime member, and she gave me such a look. Like FUCK NO.
On the other hand, most rich people know he’s a lying asshole to work for and wouldn’t bother calling said asshole for a reference.
Lotus doesn’t do “one offs” at all. Low production numbers, yes, but that’s about it. Not exactly a coachbuilder.