honestly it’s for the best
A cow? Not a bronco?
I should have mentioned, the yellow 944 was Buck Floyd’s car. Buck is a Corpus Christi native who didn’t make an appearance at most of the regular monthly events, but he was there for the long-course events and SCCA nationals. That car was a serious piece of kit. Buck sourced a lot of his bits and pieces through…
But that’s only because Williams & Sonoma stopped producing the ornamental fire buckets that they had traditionally used.
So your saying that if the Williams-Sonoma catalog was a town?
Going to the mailbox is a great opportunity for your personal assistant to meet the neighbors’ personal assistants.
So in order to civilian-enforce an ordinance intended to lower the chance of making a mess, the old guy knocked a tray of ice cream samples out of your hands? And thus proved his own point? BY GOD, THE SYSTEM WORKS!
They did do a very interesting segment on a teen who was working to remove golf balls from the ocean around Pebble Beach and how she got Pebble Beach to commit to doing a lot of work on it. Although not surprising how many golf balls there were, it was still a bit of shock to actually see it.
The fire department uses only the best handcrafted, bespoke hoses to put out fires. They’re not very effective, but they’re ever so charming.
Carmel-ish native here. (Carmel-by-the-sea is only 1 square mile- I grew up outside that square) Carmel’s politics have always been white-shoe old money weird, but they have gotten even more over the top in the last 10 years. Its a stuffy place that is really almost exclusively second homes now. Very few kids actually…
No house numbers, so you have to pick up your mail at the post office? I presume that means that if your house catches fire you have to bring the fire to the fire house too.
Audi. Bayer. Siemens. Thyssenkrupp. BMW. Deutsche Bank. You’d be hard pressed to find a German company founded before WW2 that DIDN’T have some relationship/ties to the Nazis.
And IBM worked with the Nazis. VW worked with the Nazis. As did Siemens. And Bayer. And Nestle. And Audi. And BMW. And Ford. And Hugo Boss.
Exactly. I was a teen in the 90s and at no point did I think we’d be wearing costumes from Barbarella in like 9 years.
In a twist of irony, the best way to “future-proof” your vision of the future is to use older, classic clothes and sets. Even though this video gets some things right (especially having a huge flatscreen around the conference table - I can’t count how many meeting rooms I’ve been in set up like that), it feels dated…
You stupid bastards. Nobody wears silver after Moon Labor Day.