She must have had money because the Mercedes she was driving wasn't cheap. Not that any Mercedes is really cheap. But anyway, the silver car came to my attention in rush-hour traffic because of the irratic way it was driving. Sudden starts, stops and… more »
Hey Robin, you wouldn't be trying to defend a decision if it were honest, now would'ja?
Keep trying buddy, maybe someone will believe you. Maybe your Mom.
Then again, probably not.
The engines are made by TRD in Costa Mesa, Calif., and shipp… more »
Wow. Just wow. And here I thought this blog was tasteless.
Korean automaker, Hyundai, has apologized for an advertisement that featured a man attempting to commit suicide with exhaust fumes from one of its SUVs.
The ill-conceived punch-line was… more »
NASCAR has a problem. They only like winners. Meaning, of course, winners that they pick, not winners that just happen to win. Their pantheon of "blessed" like J.J. and K.K. and Dale Jr., Steward and Busch, are winners because they make NACSAR money.… more »
At first I laughed when I saw the diamond shaped sign on the bitty-box chevy's bumper: RADIOACTIVE. "Good one!" I thought. Then I saw the medical courier sign on the side with another flip-sign set to radioactive. Ah. So they weren't kidding.
I f… more »
Mobile wants you to be distracted while you pump your gas, anyone want to guess why? Well, here's three good reasons:
1. Because maybe you'll overfill and they will get more money
2. Because you're a captive audience and they can sell advertising… more »
Driving in the city, any large city, makes a rational person wonder: why are SUVs even allowed in? Jamming up streets, taking up more than their share of a parking spot, gulping down gallons in a traffic jam and all for the convenience of one person (t… more »
As noted recently cars can kill lots of people in much the same manner as like guns. So the simple question: if all cars on the road need to be registered and possibly even insured (most states) then why the heck not do the same thing for guns?
The… more »
Ah it smacks of the '50s, juvenile delinquents, tight sweaters and Elvis. Back in the days of the "Wild One" and bad girls who fell in with the wrong crowd, to the horror of their family and pastor.
Well it's 2012 and once again the notion of wome… more »
SUVs are big and people bought them because of that fact. They wanted big. "It's safer!" they said. "I can see better!" And best of all it will "protect my family in a crash."
Of course for those people who ran over their own children with those… more »
Seen today on the commute home: White Lexus with random blue squiggles spray painted all the hell over. Even on the headlights.
You could tell this car was loved, phat rims, glossy shine, nary a dent. You could also tell that someone had it in for… more »
Seen on the road this morning: a small forklift driving along the road with a twenty foot metal pole in a concrete block protruding from the forks. Clearly someone wanted to move the pole-on-a-block from point A to B. Equally clearly they put no thou… more »
I rate this squarely in the "duh, obvious" category...
ATLANTA (AP) -- Fewer motorcyclists die in states that require helmets, and the costs to society are lower too, according to a new federal study released Thursday.
About five times as many no-… more »
Clearly at least one officer in Cleveland is an flaming asshole.
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) -- A driver who stopped to give a couple of bucks to a panhandler in a wheelchair at a busy freeway interchange was handed a $344 littering ticket by a Cleveland polic… more »
I fucking sick of it. Morons who think that stopping to let someone else go is "polite". I'm sure they're thinking "Oh Gee, I just did my good deed for the day" when in reality all they did was make life more difficult and dangerous. So here are five… more »