Posting here before going out on the rest of the internet.
My 2003 Wrangler Rubicon finally died a few weeks ago. I've got to get rid of the following things for free:
Window Storage Bag similar to this: https://www.quadratec.com/products/91109_11_07.htm
OEM soft top on frame. Windows are 17 years old and zippers barely work, but frame is 100%
OEM door surrounds with screws.
Window roll similar to this: https://www.quadratec.com/products/91109_100_07.htm
Kentrol Stainless Steel Billet Style Light Kit (front's only) similar to this: https://www.quadratec.com/products/13107_103.htm
Not really interested in shipping, but want to get this stuff out of the house. Donations to worthy causes (BSA, NRA, etc.) appreciated in lieu of payment. Located in Hopewell Township, Mercer County. Willing to travel a bit for delivery / meet-up.
I'll be curious to see if any cars have electrical issues.
My understanding was they were getting ready to roll out when a "wall of water" hit the entire track.
Those cars aren't exactly water tight. If they've been on pit road with nothing but a tarp over them, I bet some guys have some interesting gremlins for the race.
No, the story was created for the audience of CNBC so they could get more viewers among the college debt and spendthrift demographics. Bernie voters. The study 'author' is a guy who ran/runs some operation refinancing student loans. Probably backed by Soros or Warren Buffett.
Anyway, what the story was saying to those of us in the real world is that when people get more money (great economy) there will still be a large number of grasshoppers that forgot or never learned that good times never last. What it is probabkly saying to the FSA army is that 'It's Trumps fault you still have no money in boom times'.
many people are living well above their means. i've been seeig this since at least 2000. people have multiple credit cards, and use those to buy shit they don't need, and otherwise couldn't afford to buy. on top of this they're living in homes in towns that they can't afford.