I paid another 3 months of sponsorship yesterday. I'm not sure why. lol
Well I read and appreciate(may not always comment) each and every build thread on the three miata forums I frequent so thank for taking the time to do so! It's neat to see a miara hill climb build.:icon_cheers:My build thread is definitely rewarding. But it can take several hours to put together a post, and there's a lot of work in it, too. I'm having a bit more extra time now that the autocross season is winding down.
I wouldn't really say that. I mean, I don't see that being a problem in the VW scene, and the Miata was born roughly when the third generation of the Golf came about.Agreed. The fact that the platform itself has aged towards Historical Vehicle territory doesn't help much.
That's false: I would!I had a big reply about why GRM would continue to be successful relative to other forums but the short answer is no one will care lol.
Indeed so.Facebook sucks
Well, posting into "the void" can still be rewarding if there are even just two or three people that care enough to actively conversate and tell you their thoughts.forums are barely active. i try to post and "do my part" but i can't really relate to trackday/autocross/hpde threads. feel free to post into the void, though
This is the kind of burn you talk to a therapist about, 10 years later.Not pointing any fingers but...
Man, I don't even have it yet.I'm just here to post in the Pub. Haven't even had a miata for at least 2-3 years
Hmmm... Let me check the plot.
So in our timeline's 2050!mangadex.org said:The story is set in future Japan, in which the sea level has risen and flooded many of the coastal areas [...] The population has been considerably reduced and political and technological institutions have broken-down.
I want to read this just because it sounds so damn realistic.mangadex.org said:Local communities have become nations and telephone and television no longer exist (although coffee vending machines and streetlights stubbornly continue to work).
I spoke too soon.mangadex.org said:The remaining people have adopted a slower-paced, simpler way of life and rely more on each other.
The point of my statement was that as the fleet ages, people become less and less interested in modifying them because either they feel like there's nothing new and original to do or because they're too worried about killing that Bring A Trailer auction price :stare:I wouldn't really say that. I mean, I don't see that being a problem in the VW scene, and the Miata was born roughly when the third generation of the Golf came about.
Honestly, it could be somewhat realistic. Humanity's technology and resources were hobbled by whatever caused the ocean levels to rise. They no longer have the time or resources to go out with anything less than a whimper. As such, most of the people are just resigned to living out whatever time they have left peacefully.Hmmm... Let me check the plot.
So in our timeline's 2050!
I want to read this just because it sounds so damn realistic.
I spoke too soon.
Ah, yes. The Akira Toriyama School of Writing Robotic-Humans-But-Not-Really-Robots-Maybe.What is neat is that the main character (and--spoiler--several other characters) are not really androids as much as they are artificial humans. Even that line, though, is a little blurry.