Puppets and Justice was them being experimental and a little weird when they finally had the notoriety and success to do so and before they started making music for Jock Jams #69 and Dodge commercials.
@ike808 AWD and permanent diff lock, but man, this map is nasty, might be the hardest one in the game. In many spots there's this ... what seems to be iced-over mud, and once you breach it you're beached. And there weren't easy winch points either.
@ClassicDatsunDebate interesting, I never felt that, but I've been playing since the Spintires beta. Once you run out of fuel, just run a fuel truck to meet the other one, which is just more core gameplay - offroad traversal.
The Frick that immediately comes to my mind is steel baron Henry Frick, notable for his art museum, The Frick Collection in New York City. He's also notable because his hunting and fishing club was responsible for the substandard dam maintenance that caused the Johnstown Flood.
We once had a female Marrema that thought little dogs like that were wonderful little things in a very Pepe Le Pew kind of way. Very few of those little dogs appreciated that sort of treatment but they found it hard to articulate under 35 kilograms of Italian sheep guardian dog.
That same dog though immediately killed every cat or fox it ever touched.
@ash78 If you really want to know, scroll back their post history and look at their replies on old posts and you'll see their old names. The previous "I'm gonna leave/tell the principal" was basically the same shit IIRC, and got them a trip to the block list. Off it now because I want to see the drama.
@Tripper for what it's worth I have known two Michael Hunts in my life. The day my english teacher was roaming the halls asking if anybody had seen Mike Hunt as he was late for class will go down in history.
@pip-bip Land Rovers gonna Land Rover. This guy in my union bought an old Dicso and it broke down within a week. I heard him talking about it and told him next time he wants to buy a vehicle come talk to me and my friend in graphics first. People really have no idea the differences between companies.
@HFV-now-with-more-H The laps have been done, but the write-up will probably be stuck until I see the results (to put names to cars) and can finally catch a break from my own holiday + moving halfway across the country activities (guessing about a week or so).
@Qaaaaa I've heard the Nu family can also be problematic as some of those have been recalled under a similar regime to the others you mentioned. I'm not sure if they have the same bearing failure issues or if it's related to the GDI system leaking which is another key cause of fires. While I don't think I'd ever buy a used 4/6 cyl Hyundai chaebol group car, those 5.0L Taus are stout and rather attractive. I'd wager they put a lot more engineering integrity into their 'flagship' engine rather than the cheaply produced mass-market low-displacement ones. I also have a friend who has a 5.0L Tau and she's driven it extensively on very long and remote road trips (read: Yosemite to Tucson, and Tucson to Houston, and Tucson to Washington state) without it missing a beat.
@flatisflat ya the chain tensioner on R53 also like to get stuck (is hydraulic). But its easy to replace it and to notice when its going bad; I've replaced mine once.
Also, the engine in a R53 is non-interference so breaking the chain isnt catastrophic
@Nicky-Chagrin-Janitor-of-SHIELD I think someone slipped up and used magic mushrooms in your stuffing yesterday.
However. Has anyone ever told you the story of Darth Nihilus? Probably not because it isn't the kind of story a Jedi would tell