I absolutely LOVE this thing!
A $1000 car costs $2000 now.
In this case, there's actually a minimum number of spaces spec'd, which is driving the size of the spaces. The number of spaces is being reduced because the codes related to access to the parking lot for fire trucks has changed the available footprint. But there's also a maximum number of spaces, which made it…
You're the one who drove it in the rain.
The south can’t even admit that the Civil War was about slavery.
I think he’s trying to say something useful, but he has it backwards. Racists often wake up when they realize that the objects of their hate are human too. But it’s not the job of the people they’re attacking to just Gandhi the whole thing no matter what.
No, they are indeed getting smaller. At least where I am. I’ve been involved in the design of a new building, and part of the remodel involves fewer, and smaller spaces. City code is trying to encourage mass transit.
When I was a barista, we used to put metal shavings in the Americanos as a joke.
The automotive repair industry is full of assholes. Chock full of them.
So less Bronco, more Bronco II?
No joke. My Odyssey can move when it's in the zone.
When are more cars going to start using electric motors for power, not just economy? I mean regular cars, like the ones I drive. I want one that gets the same gas mileage as my gasoline engine, but with spine-crushing torque.
I owned a 2wd, manual transmission CX5 for a while. It was surprisingly enjoyable. I would drive this.
I have to apologise. That was rude. I'm driving a rental 2017 Altima right now, so I'm irrationally hating on Nissan.
Well for starters, it's a Nissan Maxima.
It’s called the Dunning-Kruger effect.
I don’t believe this car ever actually existed.
Ho-lee crap that's amazing. Thanks for sharing this.