Out of curiosity I asked her what they do with all the out-of-season items they get (like this scarf) that are donated. She said they send them off to 3rd world countries or just shred them to recycle the material.
Thinking of kids in some 3rd world ghetto running around barefoot and draped in Kiton cashmere or RLPL makes me smile.
Can you give me some tips, homie? Cause its been 10 years for me and I'm nowhere close to perfecting her.
For me, it was all about finding where the clutch engaged. Once you figure that out, you'll have a better idea on when to get on the accelerator and can play around with finding that sweet spot where everything just meshes perfectly thus equating to smooth shifts every time.
There's probably someone on here that can explain it a lot better than that. It's easier to show than it is to write out.
Well if any of you are in Mass and want to leave me with your beater manual for a day in a parking lot, I'd be happy to take you up on it. hahaha.
I learned stick on a test drive. Friend came with me who knew how to drive stick and he drove the car off the lot. Went around the corner and we switched places - got about 30 minutes of lessons and had the basics down. Hardest to learn was keeping it in the sweet spot when stopped pointed uphill, but that'll be somewhat different on every car so you pretty much have to figure it out on each car.
These were both super nasty when I picked them up at lunch. Shoulda taken before pics. Considering keeping first pair. Marked 9.5E, fits my 10.5-11US foot. Snug, but definitely wearable for a full day at a time.