I got my groceries this morning, but other than that, I haven't really been up to too much yet. I do have a couple of things that I'd like to watch later today/tonight, but I don't have much planned.
And with Rob back to work and watching Top Gear the other night with Tom Hiddleston from Thor (who was in the Jaguar Super Bowl commercial) and how much the hosts from TG go on about Jaguars, I wonder if we could see Rob as a Jag man?
I can see him in the F-Type, but other than that, I don't think that Rob would want any of the Jags I like, such as the XJR-9 and XJR-12, which are Le Mans winners and powered by 7-liter (or 7.4 liter for the '91 XJR-12) V12 engines, or the XJR-14, which is even more impractical for the road (it had a left-handed gear change lever) and even noisier, based on it's Ford-based 3.5 liter V8. Of course, all these TWR Silk Cut Jags are racing cars, they're not road legal, and even if they were, you couldn't drive them anywhere, not that one would want to drive them anywhere on most days...
But there's the F-Type Coupe and Convertible, the old V12 E-Type and XJS, and the C- and D-Type Jags, where were LM racers, LM winners, and, actually, both now and at the time, road legal.
So, would Rob be a Jag man, or would he go for another British car in your opinions? About anything will be fine, as long as it's not a '70's or '80's British Leyland or Austin-Rover/Rover product (anyone familiar with British cars from that era can tell you why Rob--or any of us--wouldn't like them)
And just a word of note: if you're in an area where severe weather--be it a snow storm or thunderstorms--be careful and keep an eye on the skies. The weather will be all over the place in the eastern US with the storm that's gearing up now. Some severe thunderstorms are even a possibility where I'm at and that's all the way in northern Ohio.
Stay safe everyone
I'll be back later