Most of them are not too surprising. Do you know what the car to the right is?
An inexpensive car more than a decade old was considered a jalopy half a century ago, a hoopty in more recent decades and a beater in certain circles, but is known as just “the car” in American homes today. Automotive data service Polk revealed last month that the average age of cars and light trucks on U.S. roads is 10.8 years.
Some might surprise you. Of course, all depends on how one defines greatness.
Ever been told that you should fully discharge your battery to prolong its life? Or that jailbreaking your phone is illegal? Or that you should wait for the newest Intel processor because it’s going to be “so much faster”?
Interesting and mostly to point.
Words of wisdom for times like these!
Some thought-provoking stuff. Why couldn’t we find a 10th tip?