I've experienced this too. I had a '66 Chevelle that I bought in high school for $700 bucks, it was a 4-door, with a straight 6, and a 3-on-the-tree. Basically, the least hot rod a Chevelle anyone could get. I went to college in Fort Collins, CO, and there used to be an old A&W that had cruise night on Wednesday or… » 12/15/14 1:40pm 12/15/14 1:40pm

It's not really a horrible story as much as it was pretty damn amusing, in high school I drove a '56 Chevy (This was the late 90's). One day, I went to Autozone because I needed something really basic, like a cap and rotor or points or something like that. Went to the counter, told the guy there I needed whatever… » 9/28/14 6:13pm 9/28/14 6:13pm

I know I'll probably get crap for this. But, I'm sorry, I always thought the 1959 Cadillac is way too overrated (even more than the '57 BelAir). I get part of they people are so nutso over them; it's a Cadillac, it's got fins, Elvis owned one, so on and so on. I always thought that the fins just looked like an… » 9/10/14 9:02pm 9/10/14 9:02pm

I can help you out with this one. I used to work for Cablevision (keywords: USED TO, and when I did, I got paid to hear people complain, so don't no one go bashing it cause I don't give a shit) It's kind of a vicious cycle, the FCC regulates cable and they only let one service provider provide service in a… » 2/13/14 5:13am 2/13/14 5:13am

I've always had an issue with this, with sports like football and racing, there's a chance for bodily injury. The brain is included in that. It's something that goes along with these sports. I used to play hockey in high school, and yes, I got a concussion (at least one I know of) if I get some sort of degenerative… » 1/31/14 2:07pm 1/31/14 2:07pm

I'd have to second this. The first car I drove was a hand-me-down '68 Beetle. They're virtually indestructible. You can drive one with a broken clutch cable, or running on 3 cylinders until you have a chance to fix it. Parts are rather cheap for them still (thanks to the fact they sold so many of them). They're… » 1/31/14 12:17pm 1/31/14 12:17pm

I'm all about making NYC "better" and yes, there will be people who may not be able to afford their neighborhoods anymore. It's sad, but it's part of how the city works, 10-15 years ago, people wouldn't set foot in LES, now it's trendy and full of NYU students. Most who lived there moved to Brooklyn or New Jersey… » 12/19/13 3:19pm 12/19/13 3:19pm