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Nov 20
5

Yeah, people like to say you can get a full-size for $30k, but that is a bare-bones work truck that you wouldn’t want to use for anything but actual work. At the same time, they complain that mid-size trucks cost as much as full-size. Read more

Nov 13
2

I had no idea I needed this, and have now just ordered one....Amazon says it’ll be here Monday.

Nov 12
2

I’m continuing my hope for the Houston to Dallas HSRR that one day grows into a triangle to San Antonio through Austin. 90 minutes to my neighbor cities when I have to hop around for work would be fantastic.

Nov 12
9

Two Words. Eminent Domain. These words are the reason we wont get nationwide high speed rail. Freight in this country is the strongest in the world, by far. Because of that, they own all of the rails, and they use them as much as possible. Empty rails make no money. As a result of this Freight would never yield to Read more

Nov 12
5

Yes, I would love for medium and short haul trips to be done without the aggravation and time waste that airports entail.  No security, vastly fewer logistics and weather delays, no sitting around for two hours ahead of a flight and on each layover.  More room to move around in the cabin.

Nov 12
6

I’m with you on that. I grew up watching old movies, so train travel has always held a romanticized vision in my head. I haven’t done any train travel because of the major inconvenience and the fact that doing so would probably kill any of the romantic notions I have from watching Hitchcock movies(plodding along at Read more

Nov 11
7

Honda’s first Civics didn’t “win the market” either. Look at the evolution of the first few generations - one thing Honda is good at is building their products incrementally. Read more

Nov 5
83

It was at this very moment when the thief realized that he should have spent more time on Jalopnik studying up on turning radius.

Oct 22
2

Yes. My job security used to be based on performance. Now there’s no job security no matter how well you perform. Fuck capitalism. 

Oct 22
2

Agreed. It’s tough to keep the chin up these days, but i’m just thankful I have my family to go through this with, along with a stable financial/employment situation. Read more

Oct 22
1

Thank you. In a big way, we remain thankful we have lots of money in an emergency fund and can continue working from home and collect our full salaries. On top of everything we’ve had to deal with, I can’t imagine having to juggle unemployment as well, like tens of millions of Americans are.

Oct 22
1

I am definitely beat down - actually, more like beaten up. From March to mid July, I was the only essential employee at work, because payroll, taxes and accounts payables don’t catch viruses or take a break. The boss and my immediate supervisor did appear from time to time, just to sign checks and to make sure I was Read more

Oct 22
1

Lately especially. I had some good momentum at the beginning of all this. Maybe I need to spend more time on my projects and less time on the news / internets.

Oct 22
1

Yes, completely beat down.  And my family just pours all of their stress directly on me, so I have to shoulder the burden for myself and for them.  Thankfully I’m made up of strong will.  This shit can’t end fast enough.