There is little doubt that wealth is related to the cars you drive, unless you are not interested in driving. This is a point that will be explored more in depth in the philosophy section.
However, today Popular Science tweeted an article relating to wealth – it is very interesting – it shows where people get their wealth.
Reported by autoblog the Fiat 500 Cattiva is coming to the United States. TPKoC was all up and down the New York International Car Show in 2013 and this car wasn’t there.
In the end, though the only Fiat in the United States worth having is an Abarth, or the Abarth Convertible. So, the Fiat 500 Cattiva is really much ado about nothing.
The Aptera did not fly. It was killed stillborn.
Let’s hope the litmotors C-1 survives and thrives.
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Isaac Asimov fans, watch episode 8 of Season 2 “Xmas Story” of Futurama is a direct reference to Isaac Asimov’s Foundation series. Robot Santa was created to be Santa Claus, but his rules were set to strict and everyone was considered naughty. On Solaria, the robots that had to obey the three laws of robotics; however, the definition of humanity was set only to match the humans living on Solaria.
Oh, there is no question about the manliness of The Pirate King of Cars – just this day he reached in to his boys hamper, felt something wet in it and simultaneously screamed like a little girl and said ‘ewwww’ in a rising pitch. It takes talent, that.
I, The Pirate King of Cars (TPKoC) have put in a $500 deposit on a C-1 from Lit Motors. It is both or neither car or motorcycle. Arg, Mateys, let us hope they actually make it to production!
You know those little robots that clean the floors in your house. I wonder if there is one that comes with a bulldozer attachment? That is what it would take, realistically, to clean any floor in The Pirate King of Cars house.