If the shitty Jeep loses its brakes going down a mountain, hits a car with a pregnant woman inside and everybody dies of a Firey Death, does that get reported as one murder or two murders in the followup blog post?
I’ve lived the last few years under the assumption that the pee tape was real, and it was spectacular. Also, the existence of the tape along with other events pointed to the very real possibility that Trump was going to name a star after Obama, then hire Russian hookers to pee on a Space Nuke, then send the…
$300 / weekend is completely doable for a lot of people. The realistic $2k+ per weekend cost when everything else is factored in, not so much. That doesn’t include the purchase price of the car, a truck and trailer, or any needed gear either.
Pancakes > Waffles > .... > Getting hit by a car > French Toast.
He’s been gone for a while. There’s only one possible explanation:
I hope that society revolts against these abominations and doesn’t buy a single one, at any cost.
There’s one of those at the Pittsburgh Airport too:
They’re building a fast & comfy on-road while still competent off-road vehicle that will sell for $75k - $100k. They’re benchmarking competitors in the same class. Argruably the Porch & Tesla for on-road manners, the other two for off-road.
I made significantly more & paid about the same. I’ll take it.
Make sure everybody signs a liability waiver before riding the zip line. Gotta be careful with those lawyer types.
Get a Subaru Crosstrek.
Whatever you do, don’t listen to the RV dealer or the car dealer. They only care about selling you something. “Sure, it’ll tow it just fine.....”
If you don’t want to deal with Craigslist, either get a Harbor Freight special and build it, or get one from Lowes / Home Depot / Tractor Supply. They all have wood deck open trailers that will work for hauling a bike.
40s or GTFO.
They’re past the early adopter stage in the product lifecycle and onto the moving to mainstream stage. AKA the gettin’ paid stage.
The average transaction price of a new vehicle today is right around $35k. Average transaction price for pickups is closer to $50k.
Look into taking the YCRS school. Costs half as much as the entire bike did, but worth it. I did it a few yrs ago and it changed my riding completely.
Especially one that rewards dumping the clutch at 5k rpm from a stop.