Reminds me of that time a woman called 911 saying that thieves had broken into her car and stolen the radio, dials, even the steering wheel. Operator dispatched police, who called back after investigating, saying the woman had gotten into the back seat by mistake. » 10/23/14 3:53pm Yesterday 3:53pm

I'm sure there have been a few cab-forward designs that are beautiful.

I suppose that your idea of beautiful cars being head-aft-of-center could be true. What if the beautiful Porsche 911 HAD it's engine in the front, thus moving the driver seat closer to the front, but still retaining the general, Clarkson-reviled… » 10/23/14 1:21pm Yesterday 1:21pm

Well, let's see... Cadillac Catera, Cadillac Eldorado, Cadillac Seville, Cadillac Deville... I think that's all I can remember. Let's not forget the entry-level Cadillacs of Oldsmobile, such as the Olds Aurora, and Olds Cutlass/Cutlass Supreme. » 10/23/14 1:09pm Yesterday 1:09pm

JFK is a great airport. I've only flown 3 times (round trips = 6 times) in my 30 years, don't remember the other two times, but JFK and SLC were for a vacation to Utah a couple of years ago. I hadn't been on a flight since before 9-11, but having watched the news on the telly in the years since, I got through security… » 10/22/14 6:30pm Wednesday 6:30pm

Can I intern with you guys? lol.

I hate that Mythbusters moved from Wednesdays and have pretty much missed every episode since Sons of Guns kicked Mythbusters to Sunday and now it's, what, Thursdays now? I honestly can't remember any more.

What has been your favorite type of myth, and least favorite?
» 10/21/14 3:35pm Tuesday 3:35pm

Top cupholders will be all cars with the cupholder behind the gear shifter... Mine list, hypothetically, would include cupholders in FRONT OF or BESIDE the shifter, which is the better place. kept elbowing my drink in my RX-8 but my 2000 Focus had the cupholders in front, easy to reach without contorting my arm... » 10/21/14 12:15am Tuesday 12:15am