It may be illegal to shout “fire” in a crowded theater...
“You’re playing a recorder now, kid!” :)
It’ll hold enough people, but the boot is so pathetic in it that they could only carry the kids or the instruments, but not both.
Yeah, Instagram’s weird like that. It’s actually not even vertical. Instagram’s format is 1:1, preferably 1080x1080. It just seems to look vertical.
Even better, it’s not even truly vertical. Instagram favours a 1:1 aspect ratio!
I tried to give Transparent a chance, I really did. I even gave it a decent review - ignoring everything that made my right eye twitch - but I can’t anymore.
Oh it wasn’t sporty by any means lol, I only took “sport bike” from Buell’s optimistic marketing materials. The thing couldn’t even surpass like 72 in a headwind!
It is my understanding - and feel free to correct me if I’m wrong - that Goodyear lied to RV manufacturers too. Then with Goodyear working hard to cover up crashes and fatalities I suppose it is possible the RV manufacturers didn’t figure it out until it was too late.
You know Jalopnik is doing good work when Goodyear tries to get a court to stop the press from writing about them. I second this Pulitzer notion!
I’d buy it just for the unique factor. I mean, the only hybrid SUV that’s seemingly rarer is the Chrysler Aspen Hybrid.
Oh those comments...
I prefer to use it as a liver thinner...
OMG how did you do that? I love it!!!
Crime yabba dabba doesn’t pay!
As always, I’m repping my current favourite thumbnail from a Mustard video. I like his art direction with these things:
Nibby has me beat. I was going to offer a pair of Xeon E5630s, a 12 core Opteron, 2gb RAM, and a 480W cheapo PSU.
Jesus that's beautiful................ I almost want to ask how much lol
I could see them selling here. Brands sue Chinese companies a lot for IP infringement and often lose or the case gets stuck in limbo for so long that the damage is already done. One of the most infamous ones I remember was when Mercedes-Benz took a Chinese brand to task in a European court for copying their city car.…
Yep yep! I was riding my Suzuki behind what I thought was a bloated Scion xB a few weekends ago. When I finally caught up to it the car turned out to be a BYD e6. They marketed the e6 exclusively to Uber drivers out here.
“While Chinese-built cars are being sold in the U.S., so far none is being marketed or sold under a Chinese brand.”