I was just at the bank getting a new credit card to replace my old one (which is no longer Yoda, because BoA sucks and eliminated that line), and the new one will be 5x the credit limit of the old. » 9/29/14 9:57pm Yesterday 9:57pm

That's total bullshit. You should have prepared the brats boil-only and put in some Wal-Mart Great Value angel hair to get bratwurst-flavored, then added some Barilla. Pretty cheap, better than putting the brats in ramen. » 9/29/14 7:03pm Yesterday 7:03pm

We have a "poorly built" perception because it was an AMC and featured AMC loss of parts availability and weird-design related malfunctions... however, it wasn't unreliable outside the normal criteria for the time. I have a Popular Mechanics dating from the 70s that details an (IIRC) first 70,000 miles extended… » 9/29/14 1:22pm Yesterday 1:22pm

I have no idea what portion of the bodywork overall would be just the doors, and that rocker needs serious help that will in itself cost a good bit. That being said, that kind of seam rust in the bottom of a door is nearly always better to replace the door than try to fix. » 9/29/14 11:52am Yesterday 11:52am

I'm actually surprised that Celebrities are as rare as they are. Parts cost nothing, and mechanically, they're decently rugged and have plentiful spares. I guess they've mostly disappeared on the strength of rust attrition and owners saying "oh, fuck this" and getting tired of them. I see more Centuries than them by a… » 9/29/14 11:21am Yesterday 11:21am

This is why legislative delegation is such a killer. Regulatory agencies should not make law - period. Legislators making laws are capable of being held to account for dumbfuckery, agencies are not. » 9/29/14 10:40am Yesterday 10:40am