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In today's world the automobile has become a very expensive transportation solution for everyday life. As I look back at how expensive cars were when I was in High School, It amazes me every time to think how "cheap" everything was. My mind also brings up the "what if" statement... you know the one you... Continue Reading →
Did you know there is a new "rental" (AKA subscription) model in the automotive world similar in concept to leasing programs? Essentially you are "renting" a car, but instead of 12 months, 24, 36 months or longer it is based on a month to month program. The monthly subscription service, called Drive Flow with Clutch.... Continue Reading →
I found this really helpful calculator on Smart Asset to figure out your expenses and offsets to your income tax. If you try to understand where your money goes and how contributing to retirement can offset taxes this might be for you. Smart Asset also has a really good breakdown of the rules that govern... Continue Reading →
A while back in this post about the Amazon TV's I made the case on how you can get rid of your cable bill. Now, using that same TV or an Amazon Fire Stick or Roku you can subscribe to YouTube TV. The channel line up has local TV stations and major networks that you... Continue Reading →
I saw this press release (one of the companies I follow is Bugatti) about the new Bugatti Chiron. This is the car to replace the previous Bugatti Veyron (a 16 piston (W16) quad-turbo beast). They setup this stunt to clock the car going from 0 to 249 MPH and back to 0 (all in 42... Continue Reading →
Just a simple post today, working on a YouTube video for my daughter and as it is uploading I thought I would add these pictures from my phone. I was on my way back from Sweden a couple of months ago and captured these pictures in the Heathrow Airport. One of the gates had a... Continue Reading →
I wonder if the gap in society today to look for connection to others is being filled by the Smartphone / social / etc. Vs. filling our lives with Gods promise? Psychologist Jean Twenge has observed dramatic shifts in behavior among children who go through adolescence with smartphones. They're spending less time with friends and... Continue Reading →