I’m watching the Pacifica forums, and so far, lots of FORD stories (found on road dead).
I’ve tried two dealers, and neither even has one to test drive. Once I even called ahead, showed up, and found out the one vehicle was sold and I couldn’t test it.
Chrysler is bombing all around on this one, and it’s already May.
Forget Home Depot and Lowes. I went to both the other night and neither had any stock of almost ALL their display models. They told me the earliest they could ship it was a week. What use is that with dirty dishes piling up?
I then went to Class Appliance and my buddy Wes gave me a deal too low to publish here – and he had it in stock and loaded right up!
Tell him Tim sent you.
Fog rolling over Long Range Mountains in Lark Harbour Newfoundland
One lump or two, film at 11,more brains than Carter has pills.
As a junior wordsmith, I love etymology.
Railroad land grants and related political chicanery undoubtedly had a great deal to do with the origin. It’s felicitous because it doesn’t just evoke the physicality of a massive machine barrelling through the landscape, and it doesn’t even just evoke the sense many had that the railroads — with federal imprimatur and, sometimes, eminent domain — built their lines with little regard for local opinion (generally for, unless bypassed), but also evokes the powerful political relationships associated with the industry in the 19th century — particularly (and notably six years prior to the Barbour speech) the Credit Mobilier scandal, which reached into the Grant administration (and tangentially, the prior Johnson and Lincoln administrations).