Where have all the lightweights gone?
sniderjadam09
4/10/20
9:23 AM
6

Damn, that’s beautiful. To meet my budget, I would have needed to go north of 50k miles to get one when I was shopping (Fall of ‘18) which just would not have felt worth it.

3/2/20
10:25 AM
84

I mean, you’re not wrong, but walking onto stage in front of your investors with a rifle while the Old Yeller theme plays probably isn’t going to sell.

1/31/20
3:08 PM
80

Now you know how Fancy Kristen lives

1/17/20
11:02 AM
3

Depends on how many sugar free haribo gummies you have had that day. 

1/8/20
5:17 PM
659

I’m speechless, but with 36,895 comments, I haven’t always been speechless.  This post is the best prize ever!  Thanks so much, Andrew!

1/7/20
12:38 PM
117

He drove for McLaren, isn’t he used to being broken down on the side of the road?

1/5/20
10:49 AM
10

FWIW, UP844 is the ONLY steam locomotive in the US which has never been ‘retired’; it has been on the active roster with UP since it was built. Read more

12/27/19
2:11 PM
23

I used to work at a warehouse that was next to a Hertz service depot. Let me tell you what, even if the customers weren’t beating the cars up, the service techs were hooning anything and everything around that lot. Screeching tires all day long.

My folks had great luck with a 4th Gen Grand Caravan they bought from Read more

12/12/19
3:59 PM
66

You buy another parsh, but maybe it’s a Cayenne. Preferably a salvage Cayenne, for reasons that will become apparent soon. Oh, and definitely spring for the tow package.
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12/2/19
12:05 PM
125

DID I TELL YOU I DRIVE A MERCEDES? IT’S AN AMG AND IT HAS SOMETHING CALLED EMOTION START! MY CAR IS BASICALLY A RACE CAR, BUT NOW I CAN HEAR IT A LITTLE BETTER. DID YOU KNOW THAT MERCEDES HAS WON THE LAST SIX CONSTRUCTOR’S CHAMPIONSHIPS IN FORMULA 1? NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE IN AMERICA KNOW THAT.