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Santos: Which ski resort is this?
旅行YJ: 是不是很棒呢!不..不要退訂啦拜拖( ˃̶̤́ ꒳ ˂̶̤̀ )(´°̥̥̥̥̥̥̥̥∀°̥̥̥̥̥̥̥`)(づ-̩̩̩-̩̩̩_-̩̩̩-̩̩̩)づ
Bradley Smith: A lot of respect for solo devs.
svenmega10022: I see no Atomic skis here. Mission fail.
keev4you: Toby is very cute :-) !
NorX826: These chips just keep getting better and better.
AK Conquest: I know this video is super old and I'm sure someone has already pointed this out but I thought, "what the heck, let's be a know-it-all." Prior to the Cayenne Turbo, the 944 Turbo was not the cheapest Porsche Turbo available, it was/is the 924 Turbo. A far worse car than the 944 if you ask me (and probably most anyone else.) The 924 Turbo made a measly 143-149hp (North America numbers). Whereas the 944 Turbo made 217-247hp and is a far more capable sports car (in all fairness, the times played a huge role in the performance gaps). Now I'm going to randomly switch the topic since I have 924's on my mind... The 924 and 914 were both considered "unloved Porsches" for some time, but over the last several years the 914 has increased in value and popularity and I don't see that slowing down. Which got me wondering if there'll ever be a time where the 924 is a "loved Porsche" as well... time will tell. (And just fyi, much of this "unloved" and "loved" Porsche stuff comes from what I read and hear, not necessarily from me). And for the other know-it-alls :P all that I wrote obviously excludes the 914-6 and the 924 Carrera GT (both spectacular cars). Well, to anyone who made it through, I don't know whether to congratulate, apologize or thank you, I certainly didn't plan on writing all this. So I'll stop myself before I write another paragraph