B58? So close. B57 is the wild one that belongs on this list. That is, the quad-turbo, I6 diesel B57 belongs on this list. 0-60 mph in 4.6 seconds, 41 mpg, and it gives you this...
The transporter tech has two fundamental features to describe why you don’t do this. The first is it is not putting atoms where there were none before, but rather an exchange of atoms is occurring. Whether that is a “here, let me trade your atmospheric atoms for some carbon-based protein atoms”, or more of a… Read more
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Go like Deadspin and leave the herbs.
I’m torn between letting my past comments stand as a testament for what they are (terrible attempts of humor, topical personal experiences, poop jokes), or writing a script to edit them all to denigrate the offending private equity firm, thus making my contributions as worthless as the folks that drove this site into… Read more
My mechanic wanted $900 to change an oil sending unit (a cheap sensor), as he insisted on doing it “by the book”, which involved removing the front clip and radiator. Turns out the part can be accessed by simply unbolting the top of the rad, tilting it forward, and relying on a thin wrench to remove and replace the… Read more
Simple. The owner wiped off the markings to match his tattoo.
Sounds like a real money-maker for Deadspin, to stick exclusively to the sport of Polo Equestrian of the Palm Beaches
Oddly, it keeps getting filtered by car sales sites as a wagon.
Well maybe to replace the EcoBoost Flex, Ford will add more juice to the Transit Connect and drop in the ST or RS drivetrain.
It’d be a financial miracle to get a Land Cruiser by mortgaging the Scamp. Plus, he’d have nothing to write about.
I got a little ad-revenue concept goin’ jing-a-ling-a-ling
Wants to selfie you on the Droidphone baby, a-give you an Instagramming
But each time we try, I get the same old thing
Always no SpaceSelfie until I get a little cha-cha-ching
My honey my baby, don’t put my photo on no shelf
She said don’t hand me no S9s and keep… Read more
The problem with the open-concept office isn’t the openness. It’s the concept. Ripping down the walls to clear out space sounds like a grand idea, but there is a whole learning on office practices and behaviors that has to happen at all levels to make it work. Here are some key points- Read more