I picked up an 86 Olds Cutlass for $200 right after college. The motor went shortly after the oil pump went. Dropped a bored out 350 into it, headers, dual exhaust, Camaro trans and it even came with a posi rear. Ugly, but fun as hell. Total cost was under like $750 when I was done and it got me around for a few… Read more
Thank you. And I agree, I stopped visiting Gizmodo for the same reason.
I downloaded the F2P battle royale mode on my PS4, and it was 100 gigs. Obviously, I’d downloaded the entire game, the vast majority of which I had no intention of ever playing. I just deleted it yesterday to make room for a few things, but goddamn. Such an egregious abuse of hard drive space.
Definitely a solid suggestion. Just don’t test drive an S8 and an S6, or you’ll get the S8. The S6 motor would be ultra low maintenance though for sure. I’ve driven a stage 2 w/ 6-speed manual and that thing was batshit.
Zoom has a waiting room feature. It seems like participants cannot simply enter the meeting when this feature is on, they have to be allowed in by the host. . Might be a lot of work for a 100 student college lecture but for a 20 student elementary school class pretty easy.
I’m a huge fan of credit unions. About a year ago, I purchased a new vehicle from a dealership. Beat them up pretty good over the price. I had already contacted a credit union that would give me 2.49% on the loan as I have a credit score in the 800 range. When I told the dealership, they said the only way they could… Read more
Same experience with Vroom. Pretty bad. I still don’t support dealerships though.. the Tesla model (a few showrooms to see a basic product, but the MSRP is the MSRP and you order it online) is where it’s at.