I've been running EBC for... Hell, about fifteen years now. I like them, and I used to do a lot of late braking.
The only issue I had was some production error that they corrected. They just had a bad run at that time, but it didn't last long and they replaced the stuff.
Fuck it. The only way to respond to that is too long for the forum. I give up.
It can't be answered in under 10,000 characters. It's simply not possible, and that's part of the problem with the method of argument you're using.
I wrote the damned thing three times, and then I finally get...
That's the thing. Generally, the people talking about that new model already have another vehicle to come home to, and the quirks of the Defender are simply part of the experience. They can drive one when out and about, or have one as a second car.
Who here would trade a brand new Power Wagon...
My favorite part of it all is that he is, essentially, repeatedly demanding that he never be elected President. Think about that and have a chuckle. Most of them argue the same way.
Of course, hypocrisy is a running trend in the new political movements. Anti-fascists promoting fascism is a...
Don't put words in my mouth, either.
I think the problem with this personality you're portraying is that it doesn't understand causality. I can't fix that.
You'll have to expand your character's knowledge to include that to continue much further.
You've just stumbled upon the most widely-known flaw in psychology.
There is a difference between a personality disorder and learned/defensive behavior. Likewise, nearly everyone qualifies under those definitions.
That's not how such analysis works. You have to consider many other factors...
It's "aluminum" if you want to go with the opinion of the man who isolated it, or "aluminium" if you want to go with the opinion of a bunch of people who just wanted it to sound like other elements on the table. In North America, it's officially "aluminum".
That bumper is fucking sweet...
As noted, there are some concepts they seem to be unable to grasp. There are many, many problems with that design, seemingly because they just tried everything at once and used their D1 parts; a common error on their part. Much of what they make looks like an early concept you imagine before...
I never said there wasn't. I simply said it's irrelevant. There isn't a single person on the planet that doesn't acknowledge Trump as a loud mouthed braggart.
That's been known for decades. It's his personal brand, and always has been.
I always liked the look of those Equipe tube bumpers, but it's not the best choice for me from a practical level. I stand on my bumpers too often, and sooner or later I'd end up slipping off the thing reaching for something.
This needs a bit more time in the oven, but it's getting there...
What I find most interesting at the moment is what Equipe is doing with their modular bumpers.
Okay, so they don't seem to understand certain things, or simply don't care about certain aspects of structure, but the intent is there to push the envelope.
That's what I really want to be seeing...
It'll be cool to see them. I remember them being damned good.
Hell, look at this:
Who here would argue if I said that was stamped and assembled by machines?
I know it's a tiny picture, but you can tell. That thing is clean. Well, aside from that little drip on the right, but shit...