The last one is what really makes it.
At most this car is 16 years old. That’s younger than most anyone that can legally drive it, yet it looks like it’s seen 30 years of desert sun.
What's for dinner, Oppo?
Change my mind.
I may have stumbled upon a new meme template
It started with the post office getting rid of the recycling bins. Then the trash barrels. The next casualty was the tables around the corner from the mail counter. The latest is this new slope on top of the parcel lockers. They’re slowly getting rid of all horizontal surfaces so people can’t dispose of mail. I assume…
Now that I have an actual desktop for the first time in years I’ve decided I don’t need such a beefy boi anymore. I’m toying with the notion of getting something more portable. If so, I’d be happy to hook another Opponaut up with a discount before going to eBay or wherever you sell things nowadays.
This is what I’m greeted with when I try to upload a picture on my phone. The button for it isn’t even all the way on the screen, and is a tiny 40x30 pixel pinprick. “Why not just dismiss the keyboard?” you say. Well, you see, the image upload only works if the typing cursor is active in body of the editor. Doing…
I’ve been trying to get a picture of this for months but I only ever see it while I’m driving. There was a Supreme sticker on the back, in case you didn’t already know everything you need to about who owns a car like this.
What are the odds that it’s real?
The stupid thing is that this is in a residential neighborhood. It’s not patrolled and there are no posted parking restrictions. The car could only have been tagged for towing if some jerkface called it in to the town
Found a sidewall crack, think I need a new tire. My brain won’t allow me to be one of those people who drives around with mismatched tires. BFGoodrich has discontinued mine, nobody has them left in my size, and the replacement model doesn’t have the same tread pattern. Fack. I don’t have the cash to replace all four…
The black window trim wears off with age and reveals what appears to be a finished chrome piece underneath. What gives? I’ve never seen one with just chrome. Did they plan on it and then decide at the last minute to paint ‘em all black?
No, not the idea of cameras themselves. They’re quite useful, and the utility they provide has great safety benefits. I’m talking about the actual hardware. They seem to be a few generations behind the times, and for seemingly no reason.
The stance and wagon-ness are cool, but the chromed wheels and matte black bumper paint a different picture.
How dare they do this to The Cranberries?
Oh well. Already ordered a new resistor. Call it preventative maintenance.