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The front end did remind me of a Nissan 370Z and the rear end looks like a Toyota rendition of a Camaro. I was actually hoping for something much better than the C5 and C6, both of which had rear ends fatter than my ex-boss'. Can't they just build a '70 with all the modern amenities? I've been waiting for a new Corv...more
Normally, I have no need to go into an auto parts store because I never keep them long enough before the warranty expires. Except when I buy the usual car-care products. I happened to be near a Pep Boys and decided to try it out. Never again. The cashier had this "world-has-done-me-wrong" attitude and made me feel ...more
This person just managed to send her 15 minutes of fame into overtime.
And the "you suck" comment sounds familiar. It usually goes in tandem with " you fascist, communist, nazi, a-hole, prick, POS..." and "...kick your **** you off the face of the earth..." In essence, the typical rantings and ravings of tea ...more
Kinda reminds me of Carl Icahn or Frank Lorenzo.
If they only invested in making their stores look more presentable, it would help bring in customers again. When I walk into a Sears, it's like walking into a '60s time warp.
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