The Subaru BRZ deals mostly in fun. Like its fraternal twin, the Scion FRS, the BRZ is for driving, as in actually driving, with two feet and two hands and eyes always on the road. Unlike the FRS, the BRZ is a bit more refined in appearance, but just as much fun behind the wheel.
The Honda Accord has been among the top-selling full-size sedans since it was upsized from a compact car to a mid-size in 1989. It's been on the Car and Driver 10 Best list a total of 28 times. It's a car that's been praised so loftily so many times that it almost makes you want to shout "Enough already!" and find reasons to hate it. But then you drive it again, and all its hidden brilliance comes out to play.
September 13, 1848. The Rutland & Burlington Railroad needed to set a blast in order to prepare a roadbed for the next stretch of railroad tracks. To do this job, Rutland & Burlington hired "the most efficient and capable [blasting] foreman in their employ," a man by the name of Phineas Gage. While setting the blast, the powder inadvertently exploded. A meter-long tamping iron shot from the blasting hole, entering the left side of Gage's face, exiting at the top of his skull.
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