By chennecy
03/25/2013
When I was younger, and uncovering the benefits of newly found driving freedom—preferably with the company of a friend and a fine cigar—I found particular delight in wandering the nocturnal roads in and around southwestern Ohio. Exploration revealed previously unknown stretches of tree-lined passageways—set hauntingly aglow by the full moon—secret shortcuts, and other treasures hidden by the hustle of daytime purpose.
By chennecy
03/18/2013
I sincerely believe that all of us have some things for which we have enduring weak spots. You know, those little things in life that just kind of bring a smile to your face, and fill you with a warm, wholesome, fuzzy feeling, like getting big slice of Grandma’s famous apple pie.
By chennecy
03/11/2013
There have been lots of stories and discussion about BMW’s recalls in the past few weeks. A total of 750,000 vehicles—at the highest estimate—from what the company would call ROW—the Rest Of the World, other than Europe—are affected.
By chennecy
03/05/2013
In spring, a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of pinstripes and glasspacks (and if you thought pinstripes referred to three-piece suits, you’re in the wrong place). Yes, the coming of March found winter still fully entrenched across much of the nation, but there are brave signs of the shifting season: brave, early crocus poking up through the melting snow, autocross runners in San Diego, a new victory for Bill Auberlen and Turner Motorsport in Texas.
By chennecy
02/26/2013
One of the best things about Roundel magazine, in my humble opinion, is that there is something for everyone. For some of the magazine’s readership, literary flourishes are a pain in the sump: All they want is Tech Talk and Mike Miller’s unstoppable technical knowledge.

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