Just don't sleep with the car running. A friend of a friend had to sleep in his car one night instead of driving while tired and he had it running to heat the car, but fell asleep without turning it off. A small exhaust leak seaped into the cabin and he didn't wake up, instead he was found later and taken to the… »
"Those fans are no good for the growth of any franchise or IP."
Clearly you're not in the biz because hardcore customers are still customers and that's precisely what anything looking to grow needs. »
That Liberty Walk kit looks pretty nice. It actually makes a Ferrari look aggressive, and not the slow driving, fashion accessory it's become here in Los Angeles. If you've seen one Ferrari, you've seen them all. That LW kit is different in a good way. Maybe I'm just a fan of old IMSA style wide bodies or the… »
Heck yes! In a world where doing the right thing causes more trouble than it's worth I'm pleased if it's really true and the whistleblower gets cash, especially considering this stupid change may have cost someone their life. Good on the whistleblower. »
No right to privacy in the public, because you're in public... which is the antithesis to 'private'. I don't see how your political grandstanding has anything to do with that bit of common sense. »
Screw #dropbox and #airbnb. Just because some tech bros make an app doesn't mean they know shit about community. This is why SF has become a homogonized piece of immitated culture. Push the actual community out, then dress everything up as if they never left. Pat yourself on the back for 'preserving' the community's… »
I am not a good person. I key cars parked like that without hesitation. So yeah, FYI, jerks like me exist. »
Totally disagree. The proof is in the pudding and their profits have been rising as of late despite being capped at 7000. They sell a lifestyle through merchandise and exclusive racing series for their clients. Those are sources of income not every automaker has and they're direct results of their exclusivity.
Like the… »
There's a different Miata on Craigslist for every day of the week. They're quite common and affordable.
You could buy an above average one for 3500, get a two stage paint job, completely upgrade the suspension, and still have money left over for preventative engine maintenance and performance. »
They're allowed to change suspension mounting points within 2 inches of OEM I believe, which is considerable (it used to be more). Once you factor in the shifting and re-positioning of the axle it's no longer a disadvantage vs IRS, in fact I read it's rather predictable. You're not allowed to go IRS if the car started… »
I genuinely believe you misunderstand critical thinking.
Critical thinking is not a skill, but a method composed of many other individual skills. If you were taught the 'definition' of critical thinking then you were not taught enough. You need debate, analysis, to listen, to understand, to question, and to move… »
So you advocate rounding to an approximation to better represent an approximation? You are internet fanboy commenting at it's finest. »
Whatever you do, don't talk about your employees' pre-meditated discussion on how best to lie to the customer about work you didn't actually do.
Just deflect to privacy concerns (as if privacy exists in America now).
Just ignore the pre-meditated lies, nothing to see there, move along.