Tuesday, September 17, 2019
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Department of Annoying Technology

This just in - from the Department of Annoying Technology: * Nissan "EcoPedal" - Imagine an accelerator that doesn't want you to (accelerate, that is) and you will understand the essence of...

Oldsmobile Regency sedan, 1971-1984

Oldsmobile, like Anne Boleyn, probably never actually felt the blade. By the time the end came in 2002, Oldsmobile was already effectively dead. GM had moved on to other tarts such as...

So you got a speeding ticket . . .

Most people either just send in the fine - or go to court and make no real attempt to bob and weave their way out of a speeding ticket. Cattle do the...

2011 Buick Enclave

Five years ago, the following statement would have been laughable: Buick sells one of the nicest - and maybe the nicest - plus-sized crossovers on the market. Today, it's gospel truth. Seriously. The 2011 Enclave...

Pontiac Safari, 1957-1989

GM's Pontiac division was sent off on its own version of the Trail of Tears in 2009 - after years of broken treaties and forked tongue-talking with the corporation's upper management. Part...

2011 Mercedes-Benz GLK

Two key things to know about the new Mercedes-Benz GLK: First, its size. The GLK is slightly smaller than current mid-sized crossover SUVs  like the Lexus RX350 - and bigger than compact-sized...

GM Cars That Deserved to Live

Sometimes, the best comes last - and not in the nick of time. The Studebaker Avanti was one of these. Styled by automotive legend Raymond Loewy, the 1964 Avanti was a last-ditch...

I break the law everyday…

I have become a routine law-breaker. Today, for example, I passed three cars - even though it was a "double yellow" zone. I almost always drive 10-20 mph faster than the posted speed...

The last real Trans Am – and the end for Pontiac

Let's dial back the clock a quarter century and return to the early days of the Reagan Era - when Pontiac made a last-ditch effort to keep the Trans-Am from becoming...

Too Much Traffic? Too Many People!

Once population gets to a certain density, it's game over - for liberty. I mean, for real-deal, live and let live, do-what-you-want (provided you're not physically harming anyone else) liberty. You know...
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