I have a fix for your last point. See video:
Umm yea about that.
Judging people’s financial practices? That’s sad.
There's also the sort of people who think traction control will always save them from their own stupidity. It's a computer program, not magic. Between those two possibilities, there's definitely a winning explanation.
So I'm sitting on the crapper at work and hear the faint, yet distinct saxophone solo in "The Heart Of Rock 'n' Roll" on the overhead speaker. I immediately start wondering what a road trip to all the places mentioned in the song would be like.
I fear the consequences of someone taking this seriously...
Whenever someone says "serves them right" about car wrecks, ask yourself if you'd say that to their mom or son. If the answer's yes, you're an asshole. If the answer's no, why talk shit on a forum about it?
"Women drivers, AMIRITE?"
Won't let me edit, so here's the rest.
Found the track without incident, just a quick hop off of NC-421. Up the long driveway to the right and past a tiny house, I parked the car and we got out, stretching our legs. I snapped this picture of my car:
AGH, THE RIGHT/LEFT STUFF IS DESTROYING MY RHD MIND.
Me gusta. May I print this and post it up on my wall at work?
"I've sold gas vapor tanks to Brockway, Ogdenville and North Haverbrook, and by golly it put them on the map!"
Man, if only some place existed where you could pay a nominal fee to drive fast.
Who in their right mind would buy a 4-door Mustang? Who wants performance, a V8, ample seating, good looks and loads of fun? Who would want that?