Closed on the house this past Friday. We’re s-l-o-w-l-y bringing things over from our apartment.
I have no idea what this one is, but it had a Power Tour sticker on the back.
So, I’ve been thinking of leaving the Mac OS/iOS world for PCs and Android stuff. Back in 2004 when I got my old Powerbook, I was blown away by how user friendly and rock-solid things were compared to the Gateway I was using.
I got an email yesterday from Amazon asking how I would rate a Playstation electronic gift card. Problem is, I don’t own a Playstation. “Motherfucker,” I thought, “it’s happened again.”
I have to be honest, this is the only time I saw an Outback and thought it was cool.
Over the weekend me and the family ventured forth to the 2019 edition of the Utah Auto Expo. There were a few reasons behind this outing:
Today was my first day driving for Uber Eats. My GTI’s a two-door, so I can’t drive for regular Uber or Lyft.
Would it be a bad idea to trade in my wife’s 2007 Acura MDX with 110,000 miles for a 2007 Yukon with double the miles, but it’s $7000?
I always forget how amazing this song is, even though it makes no goddamn sense.
1. Cars that used an actual roller-skate for the body.
The new High on Fire is balls out amazing.
I sometimes wonder why I like cars...
Side-pipes are always cool.
Prett self-explanitory. Back when we lived in Salinas (circa 2012), I took my youngest daughter out to the Portola Plaza to check out the cars that were up for one of the auctions during Concours Weekend.
I don’t care how dangerous they are at a Cars & Coffee, I love red Mustangs.
Yes, Utah Supra in non-turbo guise. So fresh and so clean (clean).
I’m having trouble posting pictures from either my phone and my computer. Is this an example of “kinja’d”?
Two of the more interesting cars in the parking lot at work yesterday. I keep forgetting to take a picture of this one guy’s old-ass 3 Series Bimmer (I’m not a BMW guy so I know fuckall about chassis codes).
Ancient Jetta, kind of like one a girlfriend I had in college had. The car didn’t have a reverse gear, so she would have to park in areas she didn’t have to back out from.