Would it, though? This is one of those places where I'm not sure what I feel is the best course of action. On one hand, yes, it's easier to just present your papers and move along. On the other, just going along with things is how we lose our rights in the first place. If most people put up resistance at these… » 9/24/14 4:44pm 9/24/14 4:44pm

That's how it feels in my MR-S, too. Every minute on a mountain stuck behind a jackass in a SUV that refuses to dirty his "truck" in an unpaved turnout is 30 seconds of glorious mountain road awesomeness I'm not going to have in my life. GODDAMNIT, HIGHLANDER, GET OUT OF MY WAY AND LET ME ENJOY THIS AMAZING SET OF… » 9/24/14 1:58pm 9/24/14 1:58pm

My only counter to this is that if *we're* not buying new cars, the normals are, and the normals buy boring cars in boring configurations. That means manufacturers see that "sporty hotness" translates to poor sales and they ramp those down in favor of the "vanilla is too exciting for me" cars that they can't keep on… » 9/24/14 12:24pm 9/24/14 12:24pm

Challenger Hellcat. Considering that in 1989 the only "Challenger" was the FWD Daytona, the Mustang was putting out 225hp, and the Ferrari Testarossa was putting out ~385 hp, the idea that you could go buy a seven-hundred horsepower car STOCK off the lot with a warranty would have just been mind-boggling. Hell, I… » 9/24/14 11:39am 9/24/14 11:39am