We’ll miss you, Ziggy Stardust.
My attitude on how to dress has been pretty much the same all my life. If it feels comfortable and you like how you look – wear it. Try something new. Try something old and worn.
Functionality helps. Once in a great while, fads are more than cool. More than silly.
1st time I’ve seen a car wrap done. I know it’s popular, especially with advertising involved with the artwork. This is just a solid color – but, interesting [for me] to watch.
The annual North American International Auto Show will showcase the state of the art in big pickups. The public will get its first look at General Motors Co.’s new Chevrolet Silverado, as well as Ford Motor Co.’s concept for the next Ford F-150. No wonder stocks of both companies are trading near 18-month highs. Cars will make big news, too: Toyota Motor Corp. is unveiling a model that hints at the look of its next Corolla, one of the world’s best-selling vehicles, while GM will unveil the much-anticipated seventh-generation Corvette
I’ve been a car nut all my life. That’s carried me through more experience than most in a range of vehicles – from wheels that are competitive and fun to race like Corvette and Morgan to mid-size luxury like the Cressida and Jaguar – and smartly-styled econo-wheels like the new Fiesta and every year’s latest Prius.
Can’t pass up several looks at the newest of the new. And I recommend CNET’s car geek podcasts, as well. I have them automagially downloaded along with the other IPTV shows I watch via iTunes and AppleTV.
The gathering celebrated a cornucopia of the most extravagant facial hair from across the UK and around the world – and their fans.
An event I must support – being someone who almost didn’t appear in his high school yearbook until I relented and trimmed my sideburns.
Fortunately, that sort of stupidity has diminished in the job market in this land – over time. I have not been absent a beard since 1979.