Ah, well right you are Kenny. That kind of ruins it
Correct me if I’m wrong, but I had thought this new film was supposed to fall some time between the first and second in the franchise? Still doesn’t make total sense, but at least the body count would be a little lower
Lyseboten, Norway. Haven’t been there yet, but a Go-Pro will certainly be coming with me when I do.
Obligatory Jackie Stewart referenct.
Yeah, I’m from Albany NY, and when I posted this I was going to Clarkson up in Potsdam. I’ve since moved to Italy for work though. Are you in VT?
General Altimax Arctics all the way. They kept my rear-wheel-drive deathtrap out of trouble all last winter, and they're studdable too.
I <3 megaphones.
Porsche 911. It tells you what number to call for assistance after you wrap it around a tree.
And folks, that isn't even the worst part. The worst part is that it wasn't what he said, but rather the way he said it. From the sound of his voice, it seems like he sees a lot of ten grand repairs. It seems like he's seen a lot of customers cry in his presence. It seems like his house is filled with plasma…
Whoa! Thats a steal, I've been casually hunting for a set for my 911 too
And so on and so forth
She's fantastic, and her collaborative album with David Byrne is just sublime.
Amen. And also, since when did "What's the least you'll take for it" become the obligatory opening question?
Wow, major childhood feels right there. I'd forgotten all about this book, but it was one of my favorites as a little kid growing up in upstate NY
Last-gen Chrysler 200 rental car. I've never driven a car that tried so hard to be upmarket while still remaining utter shit in every regard.
Throw on a good set of snow tires and an old 911 makes for a seriously solid winter driver.
The short answer: YES!
I'd like an Emma Stone.