Category Archives: Automotive

Save Money: Haggling and Lowballing

FEW things suck more than that feeling you get when you overpaid for something. After all, it’s not easy to make money in this economy – I would actually argue that it’s easier to save money than it is to … Continue reading

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Review: 2012 Toyota Corolla

IT’S been a long time since I posted anything on this blog, automotive or otherwise. So, after that hiatus, I figured that I’m long overdue for another car review. Courtesy of Voss Toyota in Beavercreek, I’m driving a 2012 Corolla … Continue reading

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Why ABS is Dangerous (And How to Disable It)

SOMETIMES, an idea that’s brilliant in theory is completely rubbish in practice. These ideas can include, but are not limited to, Marxist economics, Prohibition of alcohol in the ’30s, New Coke, the Ford Edsel, filling the Hindenburg with hydrogen, building … Continue reading

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Save Money: Inflate Your Car’s Tires

YOU hear it endlessly on every news cast, every automotive repair shop’s walls, every website, and every place that talks about how to save money: Make sure that your car’s tires are properly inflated. Under-inflated tires rob your vehicle’s fuel … Continue reading

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The Economic Case Against Barack Obama, Part Three

Osama Bin Laden is dead, and General Motors is alive. That sales pitch is likely what propelled President Obama to victory in Midwest states such as Ohio and Michigan. But how much credit does President Obama deserve for “keeping General … Continue reading

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