|R-R would have been skewered about 50 times by now on TGR. He should try Alpinezone where they'd be awestruck since he skiis the awesome big hills like Hunter, Okemo and Flatton. But then the competition's pretty stiff in the dweeb dept there.-snowfun3
Let's see you must not be reading this. We're well over 300 posts and I'd say he's been skewered well over 50 times by now.
Note: Okemo's no steeper than Stratton. I guess richie-rich ought to save his money on the vehicle and use it to fly west once a month for some real mountains. That'll make people scream about his carbon footprint.
Note the average gas powered lawnmower puts out way more pollutants than a modern car. The manufacturers are fighting the imposition of pollution controls though.
|Doubt that. Not sure the Mags would waste 11 pages on this. Just another typical Epic thread. -Ullr
No offense to the Mags, but a good percentage don't have licenses, and well, girlfriends...
I'm not sure 22 pages on a douche-bag that ripped someone off is something to be proud about. Not that there's anything to be proud about in this thread...
|We took four kayaks, four bikes, a dog crate, fishing gear, two weeks worth of clothes, camping gear (slp bags, tent, cooking stuff, a cooler of food and beer), all in/on a Honda Odyssey. -billyymc
Did the mattress fall off?
Frankly, if I saw an Odyssey with all that stuff on it I'd stay at least a half mile back if I couldn't pass it quickly. I hope you got into the Honda hall of fame...
The Suburu Forester.
Yeah I just looked...17 page brochure and not one spec on interior cargo volume. Talk about a waste of paper for a vehicle that probably used to come with a flannel shirt. Plus really, no one driving a Forester needs 170 hp. They're really no different than anyone else here overpowering the vehicles.
|Go look at the EPA estimates for a Yukon and a Forester. The range for a Yukon is 12-14 City, 18-20 Hwy. A Forester is 18-20 City, 23-27 Hwy. If you compare the low end of each of those scales, the Yukon gets 22-33% less mpg. If you compare the high end, it gets 26-30% less mpg. -billyymc
Well your low end math is a little off there...
Considering that the Yukon practically probably holds 100% more stuff, richie's coming out on top in this analogy. I suppose he could get two Suburus with two flannel shirts and they could drive up I-91 blowing kisses to each other.
Oh right, I forgot he could strap all that stuff to the roof...