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Outlook is the best. The only problem is it doesn't search as well as the Gmail app.
I agree, it was pretty good until the end where the focus tries to switch to the group who are entirely uninteresting. [[SPOILER]]
Yeah, definitely V8. Mostly don't want to deal with the reliability issues of a v10 lambo engine, figure that Audi V8s are slightly more reliable. Plus if I was interested in pure speed, I'd probably just go GTR.
I was really tempted by an Evora until I saw those pics. Definitely more esoteric than a 911 and with a Toyota engine, should be reasonably reliable, even if build quality for Lotus overall is pretty mediocre.I love mid-engined cars.I suppose we'll wait for the baby, see if they can all cram into the GS. If so, Boxster S or maybe a used R8 for me most likely. If not, than Model S P85D or X.
They'll be 4.5, 2.5 and newborn. But they are sized like 6, 4 and newborn.
Minivans are awesome with three kids. Eldest is just turning 4, but he is as tall as a 6 year older, so he is about to outgrow his seat. VC - ideally multistrategy, but probably prefer early stage. We should chat.
Right now we have a Town and Country for the nanny to drive, and that works fine on the weekends. Our other car is a Lexus GS which will also work in a squeeze. So we could theoretically squeeze by with a sports car of some sort as a third car, but it limits options pretty severely.I always heard the Panamera was pretty manageable with kids, surprised to hear it isn't.
I think I could get 3 across in the back of the S convertible, especially since my eldest is about to be in a booster. I just really don't much like current BMWs very much. The styling doesn't do anything for me, but I could probably be swayed.I am thinking Model S + rear jump seats would be fine. I really don't know what the X will offer besides additional height (and weight) over the D and those gullwing doors do nothing for me (I'd rather have minivan sliders which are...
I think I'll wait til I upgrade my phone - figuring by September when the 6s or whatever comes out, the Watch will either be proven useful or not. I think the idea of a smart band is probably a reasonable move for haute horologie, but they will have to be Android.
Manuals don't sell in sufficient volume to justify their existence except for niche sports cars, and even there most of the time are 80:20 sales auto:manual. I'd also suspect that the research shows that most people will not switch for lack of a manual, so the actual lost sales are probably minimal. Car enthusiasts care. Racers don't since they are focused on times and dual clutches are faster. Average drivers/commuters don't care either. MPG is just a small part of it. If...
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