He pulled the power move and asked her what she would do about it
He tried to Uno Reverse Card his way out of the situation, but at least he finally listened. Good for your mom!
Yeah, my mom was awesome. She became a single mom at 23, put herself through college, raised a kid, bought land, built a house, volunteered at church, had several hobbies (I inherited a bunch of her tools), and generally lived life being awesome.
Sounds like she did a damn fine job raising a kid too! 🙂
@nauraushaun Presumably the block is to prevent the suspension from lowering but why would you do that? Anyways, it's great to see some DSs actually out in the wild. Someday I'll catch one on the roads someday. Your right that the distinctive roofline helps in identifying them.
I know it's been a while since I've actually posted about cars for a while, but I'm confused. Why is Kia changing the name of the Sedona in the US to Carnival for the new generation?
For those that didn't already know, the Sedona was always known as the Carnival in some markets. So it's not like this is a new thing, necessarily. I just don't get why they're changing it now.
I'm glad they aren't giving up on the minivan, honestly. I hope minivans don't go away.
Glad I can finally talk about this thing. I've been working on it since November I think... They seem to be slowly...very slowly....transitioning to some of the foreign model names. I don't necessarily agree with it, but hey maybe it saves them a bunch of money in badging and trademarking? The important thing is Kia is doubling down on the minivan segment and in my opinion, just released the best-looking one and it's got awesome features.
For those worried about them going to the alphanumeric names, take a look at the Korean Kia website. It's K3, K5, K7, K8.....and a bunch of random names. So who knows!?
While you're on the Korean site if you want to see a funny google translate error, select translate to English from your chrome browser and look at the commercial vehicles listed...