Getting a shelter dog, or even a cat from a box is harder. When you buy almost* any gun, these are the questions you have to answer (paraphrasing):
Nike decided not to renew Kanye’s contract after realizing that he was a liability to the brand. Adidas has made plenty of money from Kanye, but I’m not sure it will be worth it in the long run.
I always thought of it more as a poor man’s G-wagen.
These are the reasons I gave up Freemium games for good. I don’t mind paying $10-15 up front for a good mobile game, but being forced to watch ads or buy in game currency just isn’t worth it to me.
You still have to show your passport when you clear customs. That said, he probably wouldn’t have a hard time getting to Ecuador where he could avoid extradition.
I hope they extend this into a whole line of educational films about consent, mutual pleasure, navigating hookups, sexual health and walking the line between fantasy and reality.
Listening to interviews of Barbara Bush over the last week, I couldn’t help but think that regardless of politics, America deserves a classy first lady.
Asking because I don’t know the answer - are they making them on the same lines?
There are plenty of Amigos, Gen 1 4runners, Broncos, Ram Chargers, Jeeps, k5 Blazers and Sidekicks in this world that will cost you $5000 or less. You will be able to find parts for these cars and drive them on the beach.
Unless he’s a bush pilot, someone else was covering the repairs on those old planes. I’m sure your dad is a great dude, but I’m not sure the metaphor works for Land Rovers.
They will certainly take on a new appeal when gas prices go back up. I would still argue that it will not drive the same consumer behavior it did when many SUVs on the road in 2007 were getting 10-15 MPG.
Right now switching the automation to handle two vehicles on the same line is not very efficient. The only company I know of that does this is Tesla with the S and X.
It depends on the car and what you privilege. Buying a truck new is actually cheaper in cost/mileage. Leasing is also cost competitive with used right now.
It’s likely that gas prices will go up with tensions escalating with Iran. That said, even heavy trucks are getting mileage in the 20s now and CUVs are competitive with the sedans of 2008 on gas mileage.
Profit margin is driven by volume and the incentives needed. Even if the dollar for dollar manufacturing costs are the same, it sounds like average price out the door for the Fusion is much lower.
I feel the same way about Star Wars now. There is something about “properties”with no boundaries or constraints that makes me lose interest. Specifically, long multi-film narrative arcs mean the stakes are zero. Characters can’t really die, since it would threaten the value of the franchise.
I’m rewatching the first season right now and it’s hard to shake the feeling that the show is a bit full of itself.
My understanding is that most of the production for the Ford vehicles for the North America market takes place in Mexico. With the risk of tariffs on cars crossing the border, I wonder if this is an easy way to move some liability and uncertainty off the books.
I’d totally be into that. Any favorite recent examples?
It’s fun to watch but awful to play. The challenge is poor control and I didn’t care for it.