I think the whole 3D printing thing is widely misunderstood. 3D printing is not good for manufacturing. Costs are high and it takes longer. The dude even says "Cast urethanes are an economical alternative to injection molding for projects requiring low volumes of parts." What 3D printing is good for: » 4/24/14 5:37pm 27 minutes ago

LOL it's funny you call them out on that because my last 3 cars, aka the three cars I have bought myself, are some of the most bombarded cars on this site. 09 Mini Cooper S (NOT MINI ENOUGH), 2012 Honda Civic (that was a weird time in my life OK?), and now BMW 428i (Flappy Paddles? Turbo? HERESY!!!) » 4/24/14 4:54pm Today 4:54pm

Now, being a man, I don't have access to the inner workings of the female brain, but I'm pretty sure most women are attracted to confidence. Know what you are going to say, speak up, know when to interrupt and when not to. Also it helps to have a nice deep voice a la Sterling Archer. » 4/23/14 1:38pm Yesterday 1:38pm

It depends. If you are just getting by without significant savings, buying a house forces you to save by transforming your rent into equity over time. If you are well off and don't need a mechanism such as home ownership to enhance your savings, it's not necessary and then it comes down to what you are looking for. » 4/23/14 10:02am Yesterday 10:02am

I've been in the "Freeing" part ever since I got out of college and got my first paycheck. Part of it is that I am smart and excel at most things I do, also I picked a good major in college and a good industry to get into out of college, and finally I am (was, maybe? I spend more on my car than some of my friends do on… » 4/23/14 9:54am Yesterday 9:54am