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That is a beauty.

By wætherman

That is a beauty. I almost bought one of these when I was living in DC – I found one at a used car lot for what seemed like an insanely good price. Better judgement stopped me bough, since it was surely not a daily driver and there was no way I could afford upkeep on two cars at the time. Maybe someday….

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Modarri looks like a cool toy, but some kids (it sounds like this one) are in to real cars, which ma

By wætherman

Modarri looks like a cool toy, but some kids (it sounds like this one) are in to real cars, which makes hotwheels more appealing for their reference to actual production vehicles. I know a kid who is so in to farm equipment he knows every model and the stats to go with every backhoe, digger, tractor etc, and to him the John Deere catalog is what he reads before going to sleep. Something like Modarri would be of no interest to him. Just sayin’.

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If I remember correctly you couldn’t buy an LFA you could only lease it, and Toyota reserved the rig

By wætherman

If I remember correctly you couldn’t buy an LFA you could only lease it, and Toyota reserved the right to terminate that lease at any time. Seeing this video, I think that should be the standard for all supercars – seeing the 918 abused this way tarnishes the brand. Like Abercrombie burning clothes rather than donate them to the homeless, Porsche should just take this 918 back and set it on fire rather than have it live its days in ignoble service.

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I wouldn’t bet on that.

By wætherman

I wouldn’t bet on that. I haven’t tried it (and generally I steer away from “sessionable” beers, and from using the term “sessionable”) but decent beer doesn’t have to be expensive. I pay city prices for my beer and generally it works out to about $1.50 per can. Considering this is like buying in bulk, I’d expect a discount. Also, since it’s probably more a marketing gimmick than anything (and a good one at that) I’d wager that they’re not looking to profit off it.

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Beer in cans is not what it used to be – there are a lot of good beers in cans now, and there are a

By wætherman

Beer in cans is not what it used to be – there are a lot of good beers in cans now, and there are a lot of reasons to put good beer in cans, including less damage from aging, more economical, more environmental, and most important for someone like me, lighter to carry up three flights of stairs to my apartment and a heck of a lot lighter to carry down to recycle. Me, I drink the Dale’s Pale Ale.

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