Confused malcontents swilling Chardonnay while awaiting the Zombie Apocalypse.
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"That was cool!"
"But the factor that really dragged down the Express's rating was its lack of modern safety systems like autonomous emergency braking and lane support systems."
I've never owned or driven a car with these 'modern safety systems' and their absence wouldn't stop me from buying the car I wanted.
Mini vans aren't my cup of tea.
Me neither, but the same applies to cars.
I currently run an ancient Toyota 4x4 which is almost ready for the breakers yard according to the mechanic who services it. I'm looking for a 4x4 replacement and it'll probably be another Toyota because they're super reliable. The fewer the 'bells and whistles', the better. The less complicated, the less there is to go wrong.
My meat eating has declined over the years. If scientists can print meat then the consequence will be that the animals that are farmed for meat will end up in zoos. There will be no point in farming them except as a visitor attraction. Goodbye cows, sheep and pigs.