@qaaaaa You're totally right. The platonic ideal of a ute is a chopped-up version of a car that's already in production. I wonder, with the Santa Cruz and Maverick, will Subaru be tempted to take another crack at the Baja?
@kingt This reminds me. I went to DirtFish a couple of weeks ago for their summerfest. I probably saw 300 Subarus, a ton of other AWD vehicles, and the rest just normie cars. However, I did not see a single Evo. In fact, I can’t remember the last time I ever saw an Evo on the road.
@grindintosecond Very much the same here. This whole thing started from just slapping some ridiculous fixtures on to one of my throwaway comparison builds with a different body and then connecting some dots from there. The stats still came out alright, but those considerations are definitely taking a back seat to having some fun with the body design this time around.
@vondon302 I used to play drums in a band with a fellow that self described as an old hippie. He was a big Neil Young fan, and we covered "For What It's Worth" at his request. This was late '90s, and I haven't spoken to him in almost 20 years. I'd love to hear his thoughts on this.
@urambo-tauro Boiling meat is a good way to remove any trace of flavor. Hot dogs can tolerate boiling because the casing will hold in the flavor. The sliced hot dogs with spaghetti will probably lose a lot of flavor. Meatballs won't do well at all in boiling water. You might even find that the boiling breaks down the binders, leaving you with meatball soup.
I'm also willing to bet that the part of the spaghetti within the hot dogs is very undercooked.
I’ve got a few years on that… I had a Geocities page (lol!) and when Yahoo bought them (damn I’m old) the email got converted to an @ yahoo account. It’s now my throwaway but I’ve had it a longgggg time.