Sunday, February 19, 2017

This Week in Etsy Steampunk

I haven't written about Steampunk lately- and I apologize for that. I've been spending a lot of times outdoors since we've been having a very, very mild winter here in Texas. So, I took advantage of every nice day I could. I do wish, however, that we could at least have one week of freezing weather so that I can break out my flamingo slippers. (Yes, I have adorable flamingo slippers!)

Ahem. I seem to have gotten off track. Sorry about that.

This week we're visiting the Steampunk electronics side of Etsy. I'm on the hunt for new headphones, speakers, and maybe...just maybe... a new desk lamp! My current lamp has definitely seen better days, and it needs to be replaced. So, on an adventure I go to find one.

Let's get started, shall we?

When I listen to music at night, I never want to wake up the whole household with my Avatar or Steam Powered Giraffe, so I grab my cheapest pair of headphones. However, they are starting to fade in sound... I like these!
They vaguely remind me of an old aviator helmet. I'm not sure why, but aren't they awesome?

Staying on the topic of music, bluetooth speakers! I recently went on a quest to find some geeky ones, but now I want to add to that collection of steampunk!
I come from a family of photographers. So, when I came across this I made a little happy squee! It's a vintage AGFA B2 Shur Shot Camera, so this would fit perfectly!

We come to USB drives. I have quite a few (including a Luke Skywalker Stormtrooper from Mimobot), but why not keep adding to that Star Wars collection? You'll love this one.
Not only is it geeky, it also has a steampunk flair! Not to mention that it's a keychain. The best part about that? It allows me to take it anywhere with me and I don't have to worry about losing it.

Since I'm on the search for a new lamp, I found one that could be absolutely perfect. It's adorable. It's just the right size for my computer desk.

I'd like to introduce you to this little "robot" lamp!
See what I mean about it being adorable? Somehow, someway, I must have it!!

Now, I'm ending this with a little bonus! If you need an alarm, I have found that may just work.


I may be rethinking my need for a new alarm clock now.

Saturday, February 11, 2017

Ghostbusters 2016 Movie Review *May Contain Spoilers*

(NOTE: These are my opinions, so take what you read with a grain of salt. Many people loved the movie!)

I finally took the plunge and watched the reboot of "Ghostbusters." I put it off for nostalgic reasons, and I wanted to make sure when I finally DID watch it, I would watch it with an open mind. What can I say? I usually do watch remakes/reboots with no expectations going in. However, because a lot of us grew up with the OG (original Ghostbusters), I had to make sure I was going to keep that in mind as I started the DVD.

Now, I will say that this movie had everything going for it. Between the comedic one-liners and the special effects, I was geared and ready to go! I sat down with a slice (or two) of cheese pizza, a glass of sweet tea, and remote in hand. It was time to start the movie.

I'm sad to say that I didn't enjoy the movie as much as I thought I would. Don't get me wrong, there were parts I absolutely LOVED. I loved the 4 women leads, they were all funny in their own way and sometimes I couldn't help but still laugh at a joke a few more minutes later. I also loved all the cameos- from Ozzy Osbourne to the original members (minus Ramis) from the original film, Slimer, and.... of course... Stay Puft. I didn't see those coming at all- which made it even more magical. (Yes, I said "magical.")

Why didn't I like it? I, personally, didn't feel like the characters had any depth. They all seemed pretty one note for me. Holtz seemed more outgoing of them all. Of course, I would too if I could come up with ghost-catching devices.

It also seemed as if the script had no real direction and the plot seemed flat. Don't get me wrong, it was funny (like I've said before), but it seemed very slow finally getting to the point of this maniac hell-bent on releasing hundreds of ghosts.
McCarthy, Wiig, McKinnon, Jones (l to r)

I wouldn't say this film was particularly horrible, because it did have its moments. However, for me it's not one I'm probably going to watch over and over. I'd give it 3 1/2 stars out of 5.

Thursday, February 9, 2017

My First 5K Run?? Yikes!

You read that right. I have made a (big) decision to join my first EVER 5k run with my sister. My city's local police department is holding a memorial run for officers killed in the line of duty, as well honoring those who support and their commitment to their city across the nation.

I have an uncle who was once a police officer, and while he is still very much alive- I've always supported our men in blue. I'm in no way getting political in this particular post, so don't think it's headed that way.

I am going to be honest. I am terrified that I've even entertained the idea of getting with thousands of people who are more in shape than I am to run so many miles. When you have anxiety, you fear of getting judged and have so many questions running through your mind. "What if I can't complete it?" "What if I overheat and pass out?"

I've mentioned before that helping anxiety and getting healthy really are best friends... Except when it comes to doing something you've never done before. I'm still walking/running as much as I can. Texas never has a normal winter, so when it gets warm, it gets warm. With the race being smack dab in the middle of May, it will be HOT!! So, in order to acclimate my body to the heat, running or walking long miles will have to be a daily thing- even if it's 85 degrees outside. (Plenty of water will be had.)

What made me want to join? Well, there are several reasons. One being it will be a great way to support my local PD. Also, it will help in overcoming one, big anxiety obstacle- and that's something to be proud of.

I've started reading on training for 5Ks, and what you will need to do to get in shape for the 3.1 miles of running. Lucky for me, I have a great work-out partner who will get me into tip-top (or close to it) shape. I have several months, so I think I will be okay.


For more information on the Police Memorial Run for Central Texans, be sure to find all the information here!

Sunday, February 5, 2017

Artist Highlight: Lisa Zador from Curious Portraits

I'd like to apologize for my absence lately. I've been very quite busy.... I'll update you guys in the next post!

However, for now, we have another artist I'd absolutely love to share! Lisa Zador and her Curious Portraits was too adorable to pass up. Now, when I say that- I mean it. You have cats in sailor costumes, ducks, cows. I'm pretty sure you get the point. Try not to have a cuteness overload at some, will ya?

For my octopus-loving friends, this one you will need right next to your other octopus art. Trust me. I already want this one.
$20.00 + (depending on size)

Why yes, I did fall in love with this. Wouldn't you?

Remember from your childhood about "Humpty Dumpty"? Funny how they never mention that it's an egg falling, but I think I'm getting off track here. If want food art in your kitchen, say hello to the Egg Man!
$20.00 (depending on size)

Can I just say really quickly how much I love this style of art? You look at it and for me, it takes me to a completely new time. A new era.

Back to the art.

Then this ebony bird beguiling my sad fancy into smiling
By the grave and stern decorum of the countenance it wore,
"Though thy crest be shorn and shaven, thou," I said, "art sure no craven,
Ghastly grim and ancient Raven wandering from the Nightly shore–
Tell me what thy lordly name is on the Night's Plutonian shore!"
Quoth the Raven "Nevermore."
Love Edgar Allan Poe? Love ravens? So do I!
$20.00+ (depending on size)

Sorry, but I had to quote Poe just so you can see how gorgeous this bird is! Oh, and he's wearing a bow tie!

Remember how earlier I mentioned a cat in a sailor suit? Well, I thought I'd show you just exactly what I mean.
$20.00+ (depending on size)

If my cat tolerated it, I'd try to recreate this painting. Sadly, he most likely would hate me for 1000 years.

And for our last and final piece, a walk down memory lane. If you're old enough, you remember "Goosebumps" books, and one in particular called "Slappy the Dummy." When I saw this one, it brought me right back to reading it during, after, and before school. I absolutely loved that one book, and I'm not sure why. In fact, I loved ALL those books- but that one I couldn't put down.
$20.00+ (depending on size)

Confession: I used to be scared of ventriloquist dolls (think Dale Gribble in "King of the Hill"), but I've grown to really like them.

Lisa has TONS of others at her Etsy shop, including Jules Verne, Edgar Allan Poe, and even skeletons. So go browse and fall in love.

Now we come to where you can find her in other social media areas:

Monday, January 23, 2017

Listen To The Music- Geeky Bluetooth Speakers

I've mentioned it a thousand times, but as I'm fishing, sometimes I need some music to go along while I wait for the fish to bite. Or, if I'm doing something outdoors, music is a must! My current smartphone has a crappy speaker, so if I need it loud, I have to go to the back-up bluetooth speaker- which has a bit of trouble on its own.

I decided to look up what speakers are out there that not only fit my outdoor lifestyle, but my personality as well. Luckily, I came across quite a few options! I'm going to admit that I actually need one that could also be waterproof. I have a bad habit of not checking the radar when I leave to go do my outdoorsy stuff, and... we know how that ends.

(Preorder) $69.99
What I love about this is not just the retro look of it, but the comic scenes!! I grew up around comics thanks to my father, and somehow I must have this.

This next speaker, though, is bittersweet.
(Preorder) $39.99
The coolest thing about this Vulcan speaker? It has 9 sound clips that Spock would say! So, not only does it play music and answer your phone, you get to hear phrases like "Live long and prosper," which is very iconic. This is seriously one at the top of the list... for now.

The Whovian in me is really wanting this...
(Two choices) Tardis: $59.99
Assault Dalek: $59.99
Now, I have a Tardis candy/cookie jar sitting here on the desk that I got for Christmas a few years ago. You open the lid, then close it and the light blinks off/on, and it makes the noise the... Tardis makes. Each speaker also comes with 6 built-in sound clips. YES!! I would absolutely love to add this to my slowly-growing collection! (P.S. You can link more than speaker one for more power...) 

How can I not have a post sharing geeky speakers without adding Star Wars? Admit it. You saw that coming!
Not only is it Star Wars, but it lights up! So now I can rule the galaxy, and have my Death Star still in one piece while listening to The Cog is Dead. I'd say that's not a bad way to spend the weekend!

There are two more left! Let's get going.
Confession: This one is actually probably the best one I've found, but still doesn't bump out Spock in the #1 spot. This speaker, however, seems like a good fit. It has water/dust/sand/snow protection- which may be a good thing in Texas (minus our lack of snow.) It has a flashlight, it can jumpstart your car. How have I never noticed speakers like this before???

And to finish off, we're going with something that looks ALMOST like a Mr. Potato Head, but really isn't. Trust me. You'll see what I mean.
Now I really CAN rule the galaxy with the Sith Lord and our Death Star. But do you see why I said it reminded me of Mr. Potato Head? Yeah....  But if you have any Star Wars collection, this may end up somewhere in there.

I still have quite a bit of searching to do, but so far I'm liking what I'm seeing. Two thumbs up from this woman!

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Time For Some Nanty Narking (Victorian Slang)

On Facebook, you will find a page that exists called "Grandiloquent Word of the Day." I've been following them for a long time... I don't remember for how long, but I know it started when they posted a word  about grooming your mustache or beard; and from that point forward I was hooked.

I love learning new words, and these are no exception!

(Wee little note: I'm being lazy with this post today since I've been busy working on a project. I hope to reveal it soon!)

Not too long ago, I came across a website that has a dictionary of words from the late 1800s that we no longer use. I decided to stroll through the dictionary and came upon many that I loved, laughed at, or simply added to my new vocabulary.

Gigglemug is one of them.

Now, since there's 271 pages, I didn't go through every single word. Nanty Narking means "great fun," and I found that to be absolutely wonderful. Some of them we still use to this day- like "cowboy." We all know what an original cowboy is, right?? (Or, at least, I'd hope so!)

So, without further ado, some of my favorites!
- Dog my cats- To swear. (It means "God damn my eyes.")
     Example: Dog my cats if she didn't make a nest of it and set three weeks on the buttons.

- Porridge Hole- The mouth (Does this really need any further explanation?)

-Blue blanket- The sky
    Example: I slept under the blue blanket last night

-Strike a bright- To have a happy thought (This may be my #1 favorite!)

-To chuck a dummy- To faint. (That maybe the best way to say you've passed our or about to)

As I'm doing research on a lot of these, I'm noticing quite a bit of words referring to getting drunk. My absolute most liked of those?

Arf'arf'an'arf. That, oddly enough, is one I remember very well. Don't ask me how, it just is!

Friday, January 20, 2017

Revisiting Steam Park Board Game

About 3 years ago, my sister got the chance to review Steam Park, a board game of lucky and strategy from Cranio and Iello Games on her blog. I even reviewed it here on The Geeky Nutcase. The years has not been king to this poor box, but that didn't stop us!

What is Steam Park essentially? You are the owner of a theme park for robots. You must carefully plan to come out on top with owning the most profitable one. Like I said, it takes luck and strategy.

One night when we were bored, we brought this monster back out of it's dark hole and opened it up. It was time to play once again! I ended up forgetting just how many pieces were in this thing. I believe the (un)official count was 300- give or take a few.

Set-up was easy since we usually never disassemble the rides or "concession stands" (I forgot the word they used!). We had forgotten the rules as it has been a few years, and there's quite a bit to the rules. We did end up confused playing again the first time- but ultimately found our way again! It takes about an hour to play, and once is usually never enough.

That darn rule book....
Trust me. The rule book will be both your best friend and you're evil nemesis.

♬Roll, roll, roll your dice♬
This cutie holds your dice once you've rolled

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

January Artist Highlight: Dilkabear

Continuing with our January Artist Highlight, we are visiting Dilkabear over at Etsy. I follow her on Instagram, and have always loved her art, and so I thought I'd finally share her with you guys.

That little hot air balloon and that pinwheel just... too cute! For some odd reason, it reminds me vaguely of Blind Melon's "No Rain" music video with the dancing girl, but this painting takes on a more subtle look. (That cherry nose, though.)

I've always loved the look of these kinds of paintings. I don't know what it is, but how could you NOT pass up the look on their cute, little faces??

I have a twin sister, so when I saw this I knew I had to include it. There are times we have the same exact expression on our faces... but not often. I look at this and see me and her (or is it her and I??). This may be just one of many that I end up getting sometime in the near future.

There's no need to say why I love this one is there?? It has the aviator hat/glasses, the wings, and the adorable scarf. Enough said.

It's no surprise that cats are adorable and that I love those furry, four-legged destroyers- so it shouldn't be a shock that there's one included in this. Don't judge me, but I just now noticed the bird lying at his feet. While this may seem like a sad painting, it's still beautiful.

We have one more, and this one is a bit more sinister but still adorable at the same time.
Okay, confession. I am in love with this one (as I was with all the above.) The butterflies, roses, the wave of his hand. I can't take it! I must have all of these on my wall!

She has much, much more to offer in her Etsy shop, so go say "Hi" to her.

*** Want to be part of the January Highlight? Just send me an e-mail!***

Monday, January 16, 2017

How My Star Wars Addiction Started

I realize we haven't talked about Star Wars lately... Soooo sorry! I've been concentrating on my fishing and running lately- which is good, but sometimes you have to keep what brought you into the geek world closer. I thought it'd be a good idea (hopefully) to share how exactly I came to fall in love with the Force.

See what I did there?

I grew up with both Star Wars AND Star Trek. Both of my parents loved Star Trek, but only my father liked Star Wars. I don't remember the age I was introduced, it was young because I remember watching the ORIGINAL first Stars Wars movie (now A New Hope), and I couldn't stop watching. Introduced to Threepio, and his "anxiety," I did laugh. Little did I know what exactly he was going through... but that's not this story.

I have to admit I loved Chewie more than Han, or Luke, or Obi at that time. He's a big, furry walking carpet and was always up to helping the heroines. Somehow you knew what he was saying even though he spoke no English. His wingman (or was Chewie the wingman?), Han, helped with his replies.

Next came the Ewoks. Those cute little badasses. I distinctly remember asking my father about them constantly, and he would answer it every time. I don't know what it was/is about them, but somehow spear-wielding bears just makes you say, "Aww" and "Kick those Stormtroopers butts!" at the same time.

What did I specifically love about these movies? Everything. From Darth Vader to the space battles to the wit/sarcasm. The effects were, at that time, just *PUN ALERT* out of this world. The fantasy of it all was really what drew me in.
There are some Star Wars movies I don't enjoy, and I think that's true for some of us. That's the way the cookie crumbles... or the Death Star Crumbles.

Friday, January 13, 2017

Fishing: How to Start

Okay, so you want to join the millions of fishermen (and fisherwomen) in their quest for fish but don't know where to start. Don't worry. I had this same problem when I began.

When you begin your research you see so many lures, hook, reels.... Well, you get the idea. Even though I had my boyfriend and father to help, I still did a lot of it on my own. You become confused as to what to buy, where to buy it, and how to put it all together. Before you start spending hundreds on lures you won't need, start simple. I'm talking basics until you get the hang of it. If you're not use to crankbaits or the like, it can get frustrating.

Now, where do we start?

FIRST and FOREMOST you will need a fishing license. All states require them, and before you even think about finding a fishing hole, you'll have to purchase one. Call your local parks & wildlife office or visit their website. Prices and regulations vary from state to state.

Well, you'll need a pole and reel.

If you're fresh water fishing (lakes, ponds, etc), it doesn't matter the size. I've caught fish with my 7 footer in a tiny creek. If you don't want to spend $100 on a fishing pole, then the cheapest one you can find will work for the time being. Remember. Keep it simple. Go with whatever you feel comfortable with because once you get addicted, you'll become well acquainted with your new "friend."

"What about hooks, bait, and that line stuff?" Patience, we'll get there.

Next IS actually line. You can't cast without it.
I must be honest, this is where your research comes in. Fishing line comes in all types of pounds (#s); and depending on the size of the fish you're shooting for will depend on the size of line you get. The bigger the fish the higher the pounds. Your local tackle and bait shop should be able to help you out.

I'm hooked on a feeling.... Okay, sorry. I was thinking of a hook pun and that's all that came up. But we are talking hooks and sinkers, or weights.
There are many sizes of hooks from very small to very large. The way the hooks are arranged in sizes can be VERY confusing, so here's a link explaining it. There are also many hook types, so familiarize yourself with them. The bigger the fish the bigger the hook you'll need. (I'll also explain why when we get to bait.)

Sinkers also come in many sizes and weights. What are they for? They keep your line from floating straight to the top. They keep your hook under neath the water for fish to find. The size of the weight depends on how deep the water you're fishing in is. Since both hooks and sinkers can take ages to explain, I'm also including a link explaining these weights.

Bait, bait, bait. There are many things in this world that can be used as bait. That picture? His name is Lemmy and he's a minnow. There are times we use these. Some fish will only go for live bait, so it's up to you on what to choose. Also, we're going back to hooks since it's essential. Your hook size will also depend on the size of your bait. If you hook your bait on a hook too small, your swimming friend may swallow the hook. Hook it on one too big, and they'll take the bait.

Now to put all this stuff in, you'll need a tackle box. That's pretty self-explanatory. They sell those practically anywhere. Buy one and you'll be good to go.

Luckily as I was getting back into the fishing game, I had help with some of it. It can and will be overwhelming at first, but don't stress out. You'll eventually get the hang of it all and even learn some new tricks of your own!

(Wee little note: This is just a basic how-to. Fishing requires a lot of doing your own research to see what works for you. Every state and city is different when it comes to dropping a line due to the different kinds of fish.)

Thursday, January 12, 2017

Anxiety and Getting Healthy

It's no surprise that anxiety (or even depression) will drain every ounce of energy you've ever had. Worrying about those little things you can't control is exhausting, trust me. The thought of getting outside and working had me saying to myself, "Not going to happen. It's way out of my comfort zone." Due to my anxiety/depression, I had started packing on the pounds and had begun to start feeling worse about myself.

I don't know how or what made that change, but one day I was tired of not having that energy to get through the day. Of course, when you're an insomniac, going a day without wanting to nap is a challenge in and of itself. Going to bed at 4am was simply not cutting it anymore. Something needed to be done, and only I could make that happen.

Getting healthy is hard once you start. At least for me it was. After cutting out a lot of my sugar, I found myself craving it more and more. So, here's what I exactly ended up doing to lose weight, feel better about myself, and take control of Mr. Doom and Mrs. Gloom.

I started walking every day. It doesn't have to be a 4-mile walk, but strap on a pair of good walking shoes (I'm badly in need of new ones now), and put one foot in front of the other. Get some sun. Enjoy the fresh air. This one did aid in releasing my anxiety since I focused on what was in front of me.

Cut Back
I'll be the first to admit that I have a slight addiction to soda and chocolate. Somehow, and with a lot of willpower, I was able to cut back on those from once a week to once a month. I also started eating healthier- adding more greens and proteins. I also developed a love for cantaloupe. Yum! I still enjoy that bubbly, caffeinated beverage but not as often.

The motivation didn't show itself right away. I had days where I dreaded to even think about hitting the pavement. Luckily, both my sister and father never let me say, "I'm done. I can't do this anymore." They were patient but also were very willing to help get my butt in gear. Unless the weather was severe or I was sick, I didn't skip a day. I had my good and bad days, but I was able to overcome those.

I've mentioned this many times, however it was one of the way I controlled my worries and got into shape. You're using a lot of muscles moving from place to place, casting your line, and reeling in your fish. It is a form of exercise, and it is extremely relaxing.
Fishing rod/reel combo

Stress will always be a part of our lives. That's just something you can't control or change- as hard as you may try. Being able to handle the stress is what really aids in dealing with my anxiety. I've learned to take one day at a time.

Now, not everything I've done will work for everyone. I started it out easy before establishing my new running routine. Once you start loving being outdoors, you want to experience more of it.

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

January Artist Highlight: Simon Says Macy

I've said it millions of time, art comes in all forms- not just painting. There's sculpting, there's spoken-word, and more I can't even think of. I've always heard that "art" is subjective, and it is true. I don't know why, but I love those people who can take a piece of clay and mold it into something adorable or interesting. I can rolls snakes. They're not good by any stretch of the imagination, but they resemble snakes.

Meet Simon Says Macy's, Macy McKenny.

She has amazing skill in manipulating clay into cute and whimsical things.
Loki of Asgard
(Taken from her Instagram)

When I asked her what got her into clay sculpting, she had this to say:
I got into creating with clay because I have always been a very tactile person. I love weird textures - squishy, fuzzy, prickly, slimy, etc. I was working as a graphic designer before I started sculpting and it just wasn't that fulfilling to me for a number of reasons, one being that I wanted to work more with my hands. So I picked up some clay and just started squishing it around and found that I loved it and was actually pretty good at it! Haven't stopped since :]

 So, I thought I would share just a bit of her work.

Fans of Bob's Burgers will enjoy this one. I can't get over Louise's bunny ears.
You can purchase this here.

My favorite Bob's Burgers episode is "Full Bars." I'm a bit of a Halloween lover, so that's natural.

Cephalopots... Get it??

I don't think I've ever needed tentacles coming out of a pot so much. I do! I do!

Beardling. He is adorably scruffy!

A ginger beard/mustache just makes it cute. Of course, when you have family members and a boyfriend that sport a beard, you can't help but want to liken this to them.

Not all flying dragons breathe fire. This breathes cuteness.

I will be the first to admit that I can't stop looking at this particular good-luck charm. Somehow, someway is just speaks to you.

For our last bit of work, I present to you a raccoon holding a strawberry.
Bringing smiles and food

Would you take the strawberry from this little fella? Yeah. I would too.

While I pull myself away from wanting to get a bar of clay and start working it, it's time to share where you can find her!

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Famous Vehicles From Pop Culture- What Would You Drive?

There are some cars from pop culture that stay in your mind forever. Whether they're from your favorite movie, TV show, or comic books- those memories never leave. I was inspired by Turo to come up with what cars from pop culture I would drive, I knew I couldn't pass it up. Many, many ideas came to mind; including those that are not as popular as some may think.

So what is Turo? Turo is a car rental service. You can find a car to rent or rent out your own. However, right now, they have this awesome thing. Would you like to rent a Wagon Queen Family Truckster that was modeled after National Lampoon's Vacation movies. Who wouldn't want to pretend they're the Griswolds?
You can also rent their Aviato Escape, which is also a hybrid. Win-win! Go ahead and visit their rental page to find your car to take a trip. Get out of town for a bit! By renting out your own vehicle, you also get to make some extra money. If I had my own Batmobile, I'm sure I'd rent it out... Maybe.

Which cars would I drive? Great question! I believe if I had to narrow it down (which is hard to do, believe me), it would be just a few of these.

There's KITT from Knight Rider, the Aston Martin DB5 from James Bond (Goldfinger to be exact), Bluesmobile, and the General Lee. I was going to originally go with the more iconic cars- DeLorean, Batmobile, and Ecto 1. However, those seemed obvious. Plus, I'm sure I'd want to go back in time with said DeLorean. Until that's possible, I'm sticking with these.

Now, why these specific vehicles?
KITT is a supercomputer. Enough said.
The Aston Martin is not only gorgeous (I've always been a huge fan of classic cars), it had all of these gadgets that helped Mr. Bond capture the villains.
The Bluesmobile is in a league all of it's own. It didn't have the special features most of the iconic cars had, but it helped them complete their "mission from God."
Last, and certainly not least, The General Lee. I grew up watching The Dukes of Hazzard with my father, and the General has a soft spot right there.
If you had a choice of any vehicle in pop culture to get behind the wheel of, what would you choose? Let us know below!

The opinions expressed in this are my own.


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