Question, is this new "space bin" in accordance with some airlines new smaller carry on policies? or is this using the old standard? Because its less impressive if its utilizing the old way of doing things. That said, 194 bags should solve almost all baggage concerns on even the most packed of flights. » 7/11/14 12:01pm 7/11/14 12:01pm

Tough call. I would say if we look at history, yes, cars have started to reach universal unsafety. That said I would consider anything with an airbag thats not chinese to be safe enough for daily duty, even for my kids. As technology improves, we will probably reach a point where 95% of accidents are fatality free,… » 7/08/14 4:20pm 7/08/14 4:20pm

You know, this is true, but I found my self racing to sell my '06 sti to get back into another e46 m3, so I understand your plight completely, and was in a similar situation, I bought my first e46 m3 in 2007, loved the car through and through. I came across one with only 12k on the clock and I had to have it. Nothing… » 7/08/14 10:47am 7/08/14 10:47am

I have not gotten as up close as you have, but as a child my favorite memory is heading down to the Deleware beach, and passing Dover. on the right hand side you have the super speedway, and above your head C5 galaxies that were so large and slow it looked like you could just reach up and touch them as they were on… » 7/01/14 12:20pm 7/01/14 12:20pm

Garlic bread... OK. I could probably live without the crap cardboard garlic bread that Gate Gourmet is probably gouging them on pricing on, but KETCHUP? I'll tell you one thing that really pisses me off, and that is not having ketchup available for something that I feel would require it. » 6/30/14 4:31pm 6/30/14 4:31pm