"I'm sorry you have had such a bad experience with your Discovery. Land Rover makes some truly great vehicles but for a while there they did have some major reliability issues.
If you have the funds, perhaps look into a 2006 or newer model, they…"
"I can hardly see how this may be so. Man was meant to advance. The automatic transmission was a technological advancement. There are some very many vehicles equipped with them, because in the right context they are a very valuable tool. "
"Besides the Japanese imports, the much more masculine (in my opinion) European imports also have a much longer lifespan. However they are a bit more costly, but offered a much better driving experience. In my perception, Americans have had trouble…"
"No lol, I knew you were kidding.
On topic..try to compromise. As previous people said, maybe initiate a cycle of bearded and non-bearded. Maybe if its such a struggle learning to die to one self and abolish the beard could be beneficial to…"
"I wasn't suggesting that necessity (in using a pink car) made one manly, but rather that the car is a perfectly manly car when used by a man. A car is, in its most primordial function, a tool. A man who refuses to use a vehicle because it is…"
"As Tim said, those are good makes. Manly cars, many. But most American cars are rather un-manly in my opinion.
Take a look at the:
Land Rover defender
land Rover Discovery
Jeep Wrangler Brute…"
"Just a couple of pics of me shirtless as I noticed some of the other fellows had the same. Hope that's okay. I love to go shirtless but it is still hard for me to do so at times as I am a bit overweight."
"I didn't know what CERT was, so thanks for filling me in.But as far as bugging out and community go, let's suppose you needed to leave town and could stay with a friend or relative. To me that is a form of community."
"We just had a couple current cadets speak last August. Some of their more memorable advice included:
Run. Both were female and until they got their one mile runs under six minutes they were miserable.
Fly. Cadets who already have a…"