I am Stefan, I am the guy behind the scenes that makes sure these sites are showing you the correct information, sending you to the correct pages and contest. I'm a giant ninja, stealthily coding and fixing things. I'm also an avid video game and technology geek and never afraid to let my geek flag fly. I have an extensive knowledge of video games and nerdly things. I have a wonderful wife who understands my obsession with gaming. Don't be afraid to ask me about video games, technology, or even horrible life advice.
Oh you will never hear me on the air, that would take me away from my computer and coding. They keep a tight leash around us tech guys, it's too dangerous to let us out in the wild with real people.
Do you ever wish you could say that? And if can say that, how often do you actually get to do it? There is a gentleman in the offices near us who drives this into work on really nice days.
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I don't care what people do with their money, but living in a place where it rains a lot and has the worst roads ever. Driving a Ferrari 360 Spider around with it's power, real wheel drive, and tendency to get away from less experienced drivers, seems like a bad idea.
This is coming from a gear head too, but, a rough ride that wants to be on a track is not home here in upstate NY. Even with the 360 being a "poor man's" Ferrari (generally the older 00 or 01 models are under 80 grand), I wouldn't want to ride around nasty roads and give my already troublesome back something else to get angry about.
What are you thoughts on this, would you drive a track car, every nice day, if it means putting yourself through pot holed and cracked roads where you'll feel every bit of it?