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10/18/19
2:55 PM
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The second car that was truly mine was the E34 525i pictured below, black over tan with a manual transmission. Good car.

10/18/19
2:43 PM
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That’s great news, as this is second only to “Let’s Remember Some Guys” in the pantheon of extremely stupid memorabilia-based entertainment that I will watch religiously.

10/18/19
1:35 PM
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An underrated aspect of the Skins’ failgate play is that they telegraphed it completely: they lined up and executed the line shift, at which point the Giants called a timeout. The Skins then came out and ran it exactly the same way again(!), by which point the Giants obviously knew what was coming.

10/17/19
6:11 PM
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I might be on board with sad Jeep eyes.

10/17/19
3:01 PM
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Notably including A.C. Green’s farewell season, but also Duane Causwell.

10/16/19
11:36 PM
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Various Ladas? Pinzgauer maybe? Volvo military vehicles? don’t know. I confuse these with Spanish-built Santana Defender clones.

10/16/19
8:43 PM
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UMM Alter 4x4. Portuguese (although French-designed and -engined). Not Northern European.

10/16/19
6:41 PM
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My parents have a friend who has owned and restored a series of Rootes Group cars, including (I believe) at least a Hillman Imp, a Sunbeam Alpine or Tiger, and currently an extremely minty Minx.

10/16/19
6:06 PM
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I’d go hardtop Mustang unless you’re serious about doing some unpaved stuff (which there is plenty of near Vegas), in which case...Raptor! Read more

10/16/19
5:07 PM
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Now you have to comment I SAVED YOUR POST, THAT MEANS I LIKE IT. As I did here.

10/16/19
5:03 PM
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I can’t imagine a worse measure of an Italian restaurant than a ridiculous fast-food caricature of Italian cuisine invented by 20th-century Americans whose grandparents might have come from Italy. Read more

10/16/19
2:45 PM
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Yeah, what was that shit? It’s a perfectly normal, full-sized pitch.

10/15/19
8:28 PM
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He changed his name from Dante Smith to Yasiin Bey in the late ‘90s...the more dramatic change for music fans was when he dropped the Mos Def stage name more recently, like 2013.

10/15/19
7:45 PM
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I guess I could sort of understand this if it was someone whose music is fundamentally apolitical, like Justin Timberlake or something, but man...Steve Earle! What did you expect? It’s like booing Willie Nelson off the stage for saying that weed ought to be legal, or Rage Against the Machine for being, well, Rage Read more

10/15/19
5:13 PM
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What kind of asshole buys a ticket to see a great musician who is also a famously outspoken political activist and then boos them off the stage for expressing political views with which they disagree? That’s fucking insane. If you don’t want to acknowledge that the artist is also a human, just stay home and listen to Read more

10/15/19
5:08 PM
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I saw Steve Earle in Seattle a year or two ago, drank a lot of whiskey, and had a great time. He was fantastic.

10/15/19
1:38 PM
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But first, make the light itself hideous.

10/15/19
1:36 PM
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Tyler and Earl Sweatshirt are good. Yasiin Bey is the artist formerly known as Mos Def, so a great old-school artist. FKA twigs is really creative electronic/trip hop. Solange is Beyonce’s sister; I’m not familiar with her music but at the very least those are some talented genes to share. Willow Smith is Will Smith’s