Only The Van Is Mini, Darling
GQ contributor Drew Magary explains why real men drive minivans:

Assuming you breed, you will probably own a minivan at some point in your life. You may scoff at this. You may be like, “Pfft. Minivans are for pussies. Ain’t no taming this tiger!” Wrong. You are not a tiger, and you can be tamed with shocking ease. When I was 25, I never thought I’d own a minivan. I thought I’d become very rich, move to a house on stilts in the Hollywood Hills, snort enough cocaine to fill a blimp, and drive around in a low-slung sports car with two undocumented Russian sex workers riding shotgun. Ten years later, I’m buying a minivan. And I’m elated about it. How is this possible?

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Only The Van Is Mini, Darling

GQ contributor Drew Magary explains why real men drive minivans:

Assuming you breed, you will probably own a minivan at some point in your life. You may scoff at this. You may be like, “Pfft. Minivans are for pussies. Ain’t no taming this tiger!” Wrong. You are not a tiger, and you can be tamed with shocking ease. When I was 25, I never thought I’d own a minivan. I thought I’d become very rich, move to a house on stilts in the Hollywood Hills, snort enough cocaine to fill a blimp, and drive around in a low-slung sports car with two undocumented Russian sex workers riding shotgun. Ten years later, I’m buying a minivan. And I’m elated about it. How is this possible?

Read the rest here.

The Best Cars Over $200K
Jamie Lincoln  Kitman on the Alfa 8C Spider: 

Like Sophia Loren in her heyday, the 8C Spider,  even more so than the gorgeous coupe variant which preceded it, defines bella  figura. It may carry the comparatively plebeian Alfa Romeo badge,  but at over three hundred large, it has as much in common with Alfa’s  better-known economy hatchbacks as the Sierra Club does with the GMC  truck of the same name. (Click here for 10 more over $200k.)
The Best Cars Over $200K

Jamie Lincoln Kitman on the Alfa 8C Spider:

Like Sophia Loren in her heyday, the 8C Spider, even more so than the gorgeous coupe variant which preceded it, defines bella figura. It may carry the comparatively plebeian Alfa Romeo badge, but at over three hundred large, it has as much in common with Alfa’s better-known economy hatchbacks as the Sierra Club does with the GMC truck of the same name. (Click here for 10 more over $200k.)