Money Hustard
moneyhustard
May 4
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I’m 6'7" the wife is 6" my kid is 8 so I know very well what a big-ass 5 year-old looks like and that’s too big. Also, I can’t imagine that’s a Lincoln interior, either. Did they just use a photo (creepily de-faced) of some other random kid stop? Or is this a giant child in a terrible Lincoln?

Apr 10
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I don’t own this, I just want to chime in in support of coffee making investment. I have a $1,500 Jura espresso maker and its easily provided that much in value and more to me in the past 5 years and I’ll have it for many more. If this purchase will stop you purchasing 4-5-dollar lattes that produce a bunch of trash, Read more

I don’t own this, I just want to chime in in support of coffee making investment. I have a $1,500 Jura espresso

Apr 8
2

Well, on a reassuring and depressing front, those folks normally couldn’t afford new cars anyway!

Apr 8
1

LOL, yep, I drive a Tundra these days (I’m 6'7", I have needs), but I’d happily get back into this sort of truck configuration again. The Colorado/Canyon twins do a pretty good job, just a little too car-like for my tastes. Give me a big nasty V8, an LSD, no ESC, and some rain. I’d pay $50 right now to drive my old Read more

Apr 8
2

I had a 2004 V8 dakota with an limited-slip rearend. For a truck, it drove incredibly well. Not sure I’ve ever been quite as comfortable in a car on long road trips either. That said, when I traded it in after on 2-3 years it was already falling apart.

Apr 4
1

Their successful rocket, the F9, mostly looks like a conventional rocket. You’ve made a terrible point.

Feb 20
9

It not just that the stopped developing their product. Every single Nissan advertisement in every single medium I’ve seen them over at least the past 10 years has been the opposite of effective. The Star Wars edition Rogue? It seems like management at every level of the company was actively tanking the bitch.

Feb 20
4

I can’t wait to read the sordid tale of what the hell happened here when it all comes out. I know the basic details that are public, but how did a smaller French car company basically take control of Nissan while giving up way less of their stock in the merger and then proceed to destroy not just a car company, but a J Read more

Feb 10
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I remember refuting your statement, and I’m here in the future looking back on my correctness with great satisfaction.

Feb 5
1

I think that commentary would have to be rooted in a rose-tinted nostalgia for older Subarus. They just never made that reliable of cars, just cars that stayed on the road for a long time. Not always one in the same. They’ve always made a durable car, but not necessarily a reliable car. Way too many of them from Read more

Feb 5
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This is the first of 4 subarus that I’ve owned that hasn’t had a major issue in the first 24 months. This one just works, all the time, it’s weird. Actually, I am now remembering that sometimes you have to pull the gas cover release twice on cold days because it sticks sometimes. But compared to my car not moving at Read more

Feb 5
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Most other cars I’ve owned have had issues in the 2 years, tops, I’ve owned them, much less 5. No rattles, now wobbles or pulls. They’re almost indistinguishable from new, that wasn’t my experience with cars in the 90's, for example.

Feb 5
2

Neutral: The wife and I bought a Subaru Legacy and a Toyota Tundra respectively in 2016 and 2015 and neither seem to have aged appreciably yet. Like, at all, zero issues with either so far. Maybe they should stop making cars so well? Read more

Feb 4
5

Even at that scale, yes, more easily than I can produce gasoline. It’d be easier to make enough hydrogen to fillup a car than it’d be to make enough gasoline to fill one up at home. Read more

Feb 3
8

I can make hydrogen at my house. Could you imagine what it would take to produce gasoline at your house? Your statement is not a fair assessment. Read more

Jan 27
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Huh, still couldn’t see myself ever owning another GM product, but I look upon them more favorably knowing this.