The Tahoe and Suburban are great trucks though, albeit further upmarket than the Blazer, and the Silverado is a fine truck, if not pleasant to look at. The real letdowns are the pillars have gotten bigger (perhaps justifiably), and the colour selection is so much blander from the square body days.
While you're technically correct, describing a 2011 model that didn't hit showrooms until mid-2010 as being from 2009 is misleading. No normal car person talks in those terms, so it sounds like you've got a vendetta against FCA and are exaggerating, you got lazy and glossed over the research and now you're doubling… Read more
Even if just for curbside pickup, I see the library is now open.
It was a mix of contemporary music videos (I remember MGMT and Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeroes), and MTV reality content.
Honestly, I think that's the only reason I've seen this, as a desperate or half-assed video store choice where whatever adult supervision I was with and I assumed it *had* to have the dog as well.
I think it's busiest in terms of commercial traffic or something like that. Having lived near there (went to the University of Windsor for a couple years, which is right at the base on the Canadian side), it's a never-ending stream of transport trucks.
Lorne Michaels has served as the inspiration for at least a couple movie antagonists. I'm surprised SNL's history isn't littered with even more aggressive assholes (I mean, there's a few, Chevy Chase is an easy highlight).
Oh no, I know, I just mean that from the viewer's perception, we're introduced to that house loaded with people (even if most of them are visitors), so it *feels* full.
The McAllisters being so numerous is probably a big part of what helps draw away from the wealth, as it makes the huge house seem extremely justified (which, the movie sort of needs the sprawling house to work). That and they seem to be positioned as upper-middle class, very *comfortable* as opposed to outright… Read more
They're rioting at a college level!
Apparently TurboTax has a “free” version which almost always routes you towards a paid version costing $60-120. Meanwhile, they have a legtimately free version (which they lobbied the government to make so the IRS wouldn’t develop their own free alternative) which is nearly impossible to find. Read more
That reads like his favourite book is “the big speech from Atlas Shrugged."
You mean an outlandish situation like an entire bridal party getting extreme diarrhea while trying on wedding dresses? I don't remember anyone having a problem with Bridesmaids, but then that had plenty of women responsible for it. It also doesn't sound like it was written to titilate anyone.
Gibson seems well paired with Wahlberg though, who beat up someone so bad he put them in the hospital just because they were Asian, and doesn't have really seem to repented in the past 30+ years. Great choice for family movies, that one.
My dad has never had interesting cars, being far too pragmatic. Even as a successful engineer nearing retirement, I don’t see him trading his base Sonata for something as normal and attainable as the Genesis he’s talked about. By default, the early Toyota Corona he had as a first car is probably the one I’d be most… Read more