This car parks by the side entrance of my office and is here when I get here and there when I leave. Unknown if this dude is just a workaholic or if he’s just parking it here, but that’s not important. What is important is finding out exactly what the hell is under this car cover! »
Food for thought - the content that is posted on Oppositelock rivals that of other Gawker-owned sites and professional car blogs, both quality and quantity. Every day I see multiple posts that are in-depth, intriguing, and entertaining. You guys and gals are pretty awesome. Keep it up. »
I’m going to my first CnC in two days. (It’s actually called Caffeine and Octane here, but it’s the same idea) I went to their smaller event, Caffeine and Exotics, a few weeks ago and saw my first ever Saleen S7, as well as a ‘36 Mercedes 500K - which is the oldest of my dream cars. I realize that CnC events aren’t… »
If you’ve ever leased a car, you most likely know the benefits and disadvantages of the process: you get a more expensive, highly optioned car for a lower monthly payment than you would traditionally financing. On the flip side, lease payments are rent payments: you’re paying for your use of the vehicle. But what… »
Dwhite has 6.5 hours of meetings today. Most of which are Sprint related and Demos. Dwhite wouldn’t mind if you put him out of his misery now. Dwhite was also just offered a free ticket to Lala. Too bad Dwhite can’t go.
I’d love to know what this guy is putting on top of his car that requires such a large rack. 4x8 sheets of plywood? »
Got in my car, started it, phone paired, Google music had a station selected already and played “What I Got (reprise)” by Sublime. One of my top 5 favorite songs kicking off my day (AND it’s bring your doge to work day). Average speed on the commute was 75mph. I’m content right now. Doge FTW.
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