It came from a textbook, so it can’t be fake news.
“Carry on My Wayward Son” on piano.
Instead of just making it a pdf like a normal person, or even making the TA print and hand out hard copies. It’s like they’re just trying to use technology inefficiently as possible.
The pedal placement is absolute garbage (pic off google, so idk if it’s exactly the same as my car.)
I have a test tomorrow, so I’ve got to go to bed at a reasonable time.
(And yes, I think that the FFDP version sucks)
I saw a late model Dodge Neon today. I’m assuming it’s just a Dart reskinned for the Mexican and other foreign markets. But it does make me wonder why they revived the name Dart for that car, since most late model Dart owners probably don’t know or care about the original Dart.
So I guess post memes, meme music, and cars that are better than Integras?
Us sophisticated Volvo owners can’t be bothered with plebeian soft cover repair manuals.
Kit kats are the best candy bar, excluding fancy Youropee’n chocolate and stuff.
Since my last few cars have been 4 cylinders and my current one is a 5, I think my only option is that all off my future cars must have the fewest marginal number of cylinders more than the previous one.
Rainbow six siege is $40 (for those on PC, the starter edition is a scam), all the DLC is free and can be purchased with in game currency (bit of a grind, but it’s not bad by any means) and there’s a new PvE mode coming in March.
Another Oppo transcends from the realm of 80-90s Japanese econo-boxes into the world of early-mid 2000's luxury.
So I test drove that S40 T5 today. The only issue it had, was when turning and accelerating at the same time, it made a popping noise. Off they cuff do y’all have any idea what it could’ve been? It was just one loud pop, so I don’t think it was a bushing or anything.
NP or CP? And why? How are these to own, work on, get parts for etc? Because it’s seeming NP to me.