Feb 8th 2011 5:31PM The MPV was a great Mazda minivan, it's evolution into the Mazda8 minivan in Asia is even moreso. I wish they would have kept it going in the States. The Mazda5 to me is a tall wagon with sliding doors.
Aug 17th 2010 5:53PM Looks good! Wish they hadn't used the tape camo tho. (who were they fooling with it?)
I'd like for Ford to do this a few more times with the Explorer. How about going to Iceland or Canada next to test out the snow and ice setting? Then take the Explorer to Central America to test the mud setting up in the mountians. Then back to the States to test the hill descent setting in the Rocky Mountains.
Jun 18th 2010 4:45PM Doesn't look like it can make calls.
I hope they consider it in the next version. Along with maybe controlling your home security system, HVAC, and act as a universal remote control. Sony might have something there
May 21st 2010 9:20AM There are nut cases on both sides of this issue and sadly enough I have read what rattles around in their heads. What has been read cannot be unread.
May 21st 2010 8:53AM I like this ... sort of. Even tho I doubt I will ever need it I think it might be a good thing for everyone to do. I'm going to research a little more on dried foods and other things.
May 4th 2010 10:01AM The procedure only works for this condition. The vision loss in a stroke victim would be related to possible damage of the vision centers in the brain. This only works on the clear outer surface of the eye. The lens inserted in the eye tho can work for people who don't want Lasik surgery (or other surgeries) to correct their near sightedness and or mild astigmatism.
May 4th 2010 8:24AM It was both. The treatment improved the health of his corneas and the implanted contact lenses gave him better sight.
Apr 18th 2010 1:08AM Agreed. I was shocked to find this out too. Who was the idiot who approved the design change without considering the dimensions of grocery shelves and fridge shelves. Shades of "New Coke" all over again!?!
Jan 26th 2010 10:44AM parents can't be everywhere at once. That alone is a great reason to have other responsible adults looking out for them when you aren't there.
Jan 26th 2010 10:23AM I'm soooo sick of people talking about the borrowers buying something they couldn't afford. That may be the case for some, but it isn't for most. Most probably lost their jobs or had some other financial problem come up that drained their ability to pay for the home they bought, or leveraged so they could pay for tuitions, home improvements, bill consolidations, etc. etc.
But even if they all bought more than they could afford ... where were the banking institutions to cancel the loan before they bought the house? Just a simple review of what the buyer made a month would have shown they couldn't afford it. No, the banks were too eager to make easy money. They didn't really care that at the end of the initial ARM rate the homeowners wouldn't be able to afford the increase. They also didn't care or foresee that the economy would collapse and the homeowner wouldn't be able to refinance to lock into a lower more affordable rate either.