Archive | March, 2015

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Evidence of Driving on Phone Danger In One Simple Video

It’s heartbreaking. You can see the other car coming before the teenager can. You can’t warn them. You can’t save them. And neither could the researchers who had to watch these troublesome last seconds before impact. Watch this video. Share it with your kids. And your friends. Don’t forget to tell yourself that you need […]

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Photos: Civic Type R Too Awesome for Words

In the past, certain people believed that dancing could cause rain. Today we know better. That’s silly, we say, because busting a move has literally nothing to do with meteorology. We’d never think of doing it. And yet here we are to write about the Honda Civic Type R. As the photos show, this car […]

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68 Teams. 26 Movies Titles. March Madness Movie Edition

March Madness, the frenzied tournament to find the best in college basketball, has begun. If you’re into college basketball there’s a good chance that you filled out one or more brackets with friends, family, coworkers, or even strangers. But if you’re not into college basketball, you might feel a little left out from all the […]

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Review: Driving a Honda CR-V On a Perfect Spring Day

You’ve got be kidding us, we thought. About 15 feet away, a teenage boy was settling into homework on his iMac as the girl behind the counter brought him his hot dog. His squared-off haircut and freckled forehead made the image look very 1950s, like something out of a Norman Rockwell painting. So he begins […]

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What You Need To Know About New Honda CEO Mr. Hachigo

In a somewhat unusual move, Honda’s President and CEO resigned last week. Takanobu Ito had held those positions since 2009. Most Honda CEOs hold office between five and eight years, so his six were normal. Even more curious is his replacement. Takahiro Hachigo is not a top-level executive. He has worked for Honda his whole […]

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