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Old 01-14-2022, 04:30 PM   #1807
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TIL: The best way to keep my cat from sitting directly in front of my laptop all day is to place a heating pad next to my laptop. Honestly kind of embarrassed it took me this long to figure out.
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that ive been using my Ferrari F50 wrong!

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TIL: If you go all in on optioning out a GTI, it is a $40,000 car. For a GTI. This is not including any accessories. Just trim + packages.
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Old 01-21-2022, 05:07 PM   #1810
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TIL: There will be an Escalade V series, and I'll never be able to afford to own one.

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Old 01-21-2022, 06:49 PM   #1811
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Yuk. So obscene.
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Yuk. So obscene.
I read that wrong again.
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that ive been using my Ferrari F50 wrong!
F40 or go home.
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Yuk. So obscene.
What's your point?
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What's your point?
I actually find them offensive. They're just sleazy, like brodozers but manscaped and drenched in cheap cologne, reeking of insecurity.


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I truly don't see the appeal.
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coming from someone that ends up working in those more affluent subdivisions, most of the people that own that or similar also appear to be allergic to actual work. like shoveling their sidewalks.

cool, you spent $400k on your cars, and 4.5mill on your house. don't mind me tracking 3-day-old snow and ice from your sidewalk onto your $35k imported wood floor.
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I actually find them offensive. They're just sleazy, like brodozers but manscaped and drenched in cheap cologne, reeking of insecurity.

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I truly don't see the appeal.
I guess it depends on your needs and your mission. I agree that it's a bit much, particularly if it's your single person daily commuter.

But if you happen to be a family of 5 that does all their vacationing via road trip and for some reason has to carry half your house with you, the "base" version of the vehicle (a Tahoe) is a great fit.

Would I buy the Escalade V even if I was willing to drop what will likely be $125K or more on it, no probably not. That doesn't mean I'm not happy to see GM continue to create the "the last hooray" for the big V8.

To me, this is no more obscene than someone stuffing a V8 in the 86. Is great to see someone being able to do it, but it makes no sense.
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I guess it depends on your needs and your mission. I agree that it's a bit much, particularly if it's your single person daily commuter.

But if you happen to be a family of 5 that does all their vacationing via road trip and for some reason has to carry half your house with you, the "base" version of the vehicle (a Tahoe) is a great fit.

Would I buy the Escalade V even if I was willing to drop what will likely be $125K or more on it, no probably not. That doesn't mean I'm not happy to see GM continue to create the "the last hooray" for the big V8.

To me, this is no more obscene than someone stuffing a V8 in the 86. Is great to see someone being able to do it, but it makes no sense.
If I ever was to see an SUV actually filled with people, I would be truly impressed. For being the go-to rationalization for their existence, it's the rarest of circumstances. V8 swaps into a lightweight chassis? Well, yeah, but there aren't half a million thee-ton behemoths being daily driven empty. I'm more offended by those who ditch their cats.


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