His speech that gets cut off, but appears to have a profound effect on the announcer, is the biggest mystery of this movie. I wonder if there ever was a script for it.
I went to Vietnam once with a bunch of friends. Didn’t think it was a big deal but when I told my girlfriend, she was pretty broken up about it. She was concerned for my safety, or something. The last thing she told me was to just run far, far away from any trouble I got into.
Something along these lines:
Would be scariest if you were sitting on the edge near a window. I assume the quake kind of sloshed the water back and forth until it had enough momentum to escape the pool.
I didn’t even know “Chinatowns” were a thing, outside of the well-known district in NYC.
I watched the video without audio. It’s very hard not to superimpose the voices of Cole Trickle and Harry Hogge into the video.
Pictured: two New Jersey residents exchanging a friendly greeting to each other
When a Dart suddenly becomes a Jart.
VW and every major automaker developing EVs probably also recognize that the battery supply chain is critical. In this case, the battery supply issue is basically due to LG raising prices and post-Dieselgate budget restrictions on VW’s behalf. The shortage isn’t due to some fundamental material supply problem.
The original article says the battery supply issue is mostly due to LG increasing prices combined with VW having more austere post-Dieselgate budgets.
GM and Toyota have had significant ties in the past. Just look up NUMMI.
A better stat would be something like Mentions per Car Produced. The Mustang and Civic are going to have more data simply because there’s one on each block.
Their assumption may be: if it survives a 75mph baseball, it will survive hail of a similar size and speed.
Lipstick on a pig.
Here is a design tool that would greatly improve the looks of the Aztek:
There are plenty of other reasons why you should still be worried for us.
Headlights that turn left and right with the steering wheel= legal in US for a long time
Looking at existing platforms in the Hyundai/Kia family that were designed around being an EV or at least a hybrid, this new Genesis could be based off either the Niro or Ioniq.
I suppose GMC exists only because the truck market is so huge and lucrative. It’s the GMC crossovers that I don’t get. What makes the Acadia materially different from the Enclave?