I hate these commercials. Especially the backup camera ones. While i get they're just showing off the technology, the ads show drivers deliberately nearly backing into other cars, even A SCHOOL BUS POSSIBLY FULL OF KIDS!! How irresponsible of a mother with her two daughters in the car to do that!! » 2/25/15 10:56pm Yesterday 10:56pm

The Toyota FJ Cruiser had three front wiper blades. Many new cars these days have opposing front wipers (such as Honda Civics, the current Ford Focus, others). The opposing wipers obviously clears more of the windscreen than the normal "parallel" systems that have been in use for decades. Isn't that a novel… » 2/25/15 2:42pm Yesterday 2:42pm

Even worse is labial trimming of daughters... if you wouldn't do a trim on your daughter why would you do almost the same procedure on your son?

The studies claiming that circumcision is beneficial are wrong. Most men with a foreskin know how to keep their 'skin clean, because of the habit of the foreskin hiding… » 2/24/15 9:59am Tuesday 9:59am

I never understood why auto industry calls the hatch a "door". In houses and cars, doors swing sideways, not up or down... If it opened sideways like some SUVS' "hatches" do, then sure, it's a door.

The article title could have been "What's the best looking 4-door sedan in production?" » 2/23/15 11:16pm Monday 11:16pm

I agree, the thought process amongst the Motor Vehicle Departments must have been like, "Let's give out driver's licenses like candy for a fee." and everyone got in line. I don't know if the laws regarding DMV licensing policies have changed, like FULL-BLOWN OVERHAUL changed, since cars were invented, but they do… » 2/23/15 10:43pm Monday 10:43pm

I hear they still have T-rexes in the Outback. It's so sparsely populated in the northern section of the island that I wouldn't be surprised if one were found. Heck, the three-eyed Tuatara lizard is endemic to the nearby island-country of New Zealand... The tuatara is a reptile, the only surviving member of a distinct… » 2/23/15 4:22pm Monday 4:22pm

It was likely a wind heading from the car's left rear to right front. This would hit the wings in the opposite direction from normal, making the car lighter than it already is. If the winds were going from front to back of the car, sure, the car gets DOWNforce, because that's the intended direction of the car. Winds… » 2/23/15 3:22pm Monday 3:22pm