FOUR? You pig. Two is the acceptable maximum. I'm planning on three myself. »
A less desirable car I haven't seen in a while. I'm not sure I would even fit in it. But for the giggle factor alone, I had to vote NP. »
I saw one in person in a Home Depot parking lot of all things. I didn't immediately recognize it as a Lexus LFA and thought it was a Nissan GT-R with some weird body modifications. »
I tried watching this, but the creepy mannequins are too close to the "uncanny valley" and are really freaking me out. Can't do it. I might try again tonight when I get home and can have a few drinks and soften my focus. »
Had this been presented without the bullshit story, as the basis for an interesting period-correct modded car project, it's not out of line, but still pricey. This is at most $3,000 worth of car right now, with maybe $500 for the turbo kit. Maybe. (I'm being generous.)
But the whole exaggerated factory prototype thing… »
To be doing this while (allegedly) drunk is evern more stupid and gives righteous and safe hooning (in controlled environments while sober) a bad name.
Bad Holden driver! There is no hooning in prison. »
So does it make the burger or just send an order to the kitchen? Looks like a damn tasty burger, but $15.95AUS is still about $14 and change US ... pretty damn pricey for a burger, fries and a Coke. »
I am conservative, hate taxes, make a decent amount of money (but am nowhere near the 1%), and I'm 100% for this.
However, I see it being easily sidestepped. Let's say you have one of those $25 million places taxed at 4%. That's a cool million per year. Pay somebody to occupy it $100,000 a year. And when you come into… »
Thank you for saving roughly 3 minutes of my life.
I get what this is trying to accomplish. It's "high art". It's designed to provoke an emotion in the viewer. But it also seems so ridiculous and pretentious. Pointless as well. It's not like the 1% are going to see the folly of their ways and repent because some… »