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willyj
Sep 21 2016
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I lived there for three years. I then left. I’m still breathing. Conclusion: Some people can live in Florida for three years. After that, it’s a crapshoot.

Sep 19 2015
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So my old Winchester 742 30-06 semi auto, in your mind, was an assault rifle? So I suspect that, using your criteria, his handgun was an assault pistol, right? Good news, folks. Everything that fires bullets is an assault weapon ... unless it isn't used in an assault. Then I guess the term for it is 'assault weapon in Read more

Sep 18 2015
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Oh look ... stairs that don't move. Obviously built back in the days when people were still capable of ascending and descending without motorized assistance. Also, considering that President Kennedy hadn't been assassinated yet, it was then known as New York International Airport. Cool building for sure. Sad to see Read more

Sep 17 2015
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If I'm not the one driving, I'd prefer to walk, thanks.

Sep 17 2015
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Agreed ... The rather truncated ass on the previous versions did it no favors. The sharply raked windshield just sort of lost its way when the roof arrived at the unconvincing ass end. This Civic has really brought everything to the game this time with slightly larger dimensions and one of the most beautiful roof Read more

Sep 16 2015
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Tylenol is overrated. I dropped two caps into the leaky radiator in my CRX-Si and the leaked continued unabated, although the wheeze in the engine seemed to improve marginally.

Sep 16 2015
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I'm sure the Giulia is an excellent car, but I have this unsettling image of the Edsel when I see the front of the Alfa. The feature that killed one design seems to have returned slightly modified with the Giulia.

Sep 15 2015
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Perhaps a few privately owned stop sticks, judiciously placed in this douche nozzles path, will discourage future hot passes. It's a nice tree lined street as well. I'd be interested to see if he claims Oak Immunity as well, the first time he slides sideways into one, hopefully, drivers side first.

Sep 13 2015
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The dude in the blue Lowe's suit is Johnson protecting his 'johnson'...

Sep 12 2015
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I believe it's called the Nissan Maxipad ... I really hoped that this time, it would be sleek and lithe. Instead, we got this chubby old grandma with way too much makeup.

Sep 12 2015
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Well, considering the expanding size of the people buying cars, Honda may just be looking ahead this time. Most of my fellow Yanks aren't exactly petite, and frankly, when I see one of my larger compatriots puttering around in a Smart car, I mentally see a pig in a blanket.

Sep 4 2015
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The schnoze on that reminds me of the F86D Sabre.

Sep 4 2015
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... Ford and Junkers inspired another topic .. ‘Planes That Were Inspired By Buildings’ = Corrugated Quonset Huts. Originally designed as the Nissen Hut during WW1 by the Brits, but due to dismal flight characteristics, they were kept primarily on the ground for housing and storage.

Sep 3 2015
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My sis and her hubby had a pair of Dashers back in the late 70’s. Both were new and purchased at the same time. One was gas (sedan) and the other was diesel (wagon). Neither of those cars were very adept at ascending a standard highway hill (row down through the gears, but don’t pass 1), and the diesel version sounded Read more

Sep 1 2015
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If Niki said it, then it must be true. There are very few drivers living or deceased that I respect as much as Mr. Lauda.

Aug 28 2015
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The windshield distributors in that country must be the happiest citizens on the planet.

Aug 28 2015
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One look at that face and it's very evident that nothing resembling a thought has ever managed a successful escape from this clowns skull.

Aug 21 2015
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Lovely machine .. I think I built something like that in sheet metal class by accident. It was intended to be an ashtray.

Aug 21 2015
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GM evidently thought the face of this Camaro should resemble Renée Zellweger.