“Can’t Cool Me Down” by Car Seat Headrest Review

Will Toledo, the restless DIY tinkerer behind Car Seat Headrest, has finally jury-rigged a vehicle that will allow him to transcend his own persona. Five years after his Matador debut, Toledo has obsessively built (and rebuilt) Car Seat Headrest from a scrappy Bandcamp bedroom project to one of indie rock’s most formidable live acts. On “Can’t Cool Me Down,” the first single from the upcoming album Making a Door Less Open, the guy who once sang about wanting Frank Ocean’s voice hints tantalizingly at how he might move beyond the constraints of open-hearted guitar anthems.

For Making a Door Less Open, the band apparently blended together two versions of the album—one with live instruments, and the other strictly synth-based—while Toledo took on a mysterious alter ego known as “Trait.” That something has changed is immediately clear from “Can’t Cool Me Down,” which is slinky and slightly aloof, where

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Group 1 Automotive Announces Additional Crisis Response Actions

HOUSTON, April 7, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Group 1 Automotive, Inc. (NYSE: GPI), (“Group 1” or the “Company”), an international, Fortune 500 automotive retailer, today announced that effective immediately, it is suspending its cash dividend and canceling its prior share repurchase authorization.

“Due to the dramatic impact of the COV-ID 19 pandemic on the auto retail market and the associated temporary displacement of so many of our valued employees, the Group 1 Automotive Board of Directors has decided to suspend the quarterly dividend and cancel our existing share repurchase authorization at this time,” said Earl J. Hesterberg, Group 1’s president and chief executive officer. “In addition, we have reviewed our planned capital expenditures and are making significant reductions to this year’s planned spending.  These actions will further strengthen our balance sheet and provide additional resources during this period of market disruption,” added Hesterberg.


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Girl on a Bicycle (2013)



Paolo (Vincenzo Amato), an Italian who drives a Paris tour bus, has just proposed to his true love, the German stewardess, Greta (Nora Tschirner), when the young French beauty, Cécile (Louise Monot) pulls up beside his bus on her bicycle – and, in short order, Paolo, following some very bad advice from his friend, Derek (Paddy Considine), finds himself with a German fiancée, a French “wife”, two Australian children who call him “Papa”, and his life upside-down.
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Some distractions are better than others.



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7 March 2013 (Germany)

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Opening Weekend USA:

16 February 2014

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State leaders consider ways to extend vehicle inspection deadlines

The leaders from the North Carolina General Assembly said they support legislation to extend vehicle inspections deadlines. Click the video player above to learn more about the statement “We continue to work with the governor’s team to identify and resolve issues facing North Carolinians in this crisis,” Speaker Tim Moore and Senator Phil Berger said in a joint statement Thursday. “DMV regulations are a particularly pressing matter that we have worked daily for several weeks on a bipartisan basis to resolve.” “This shared commitment by the legislative and executive branches provides North Carolinians’ certainty that the state government will provide this flexibility they need now and act to retroactively alleviate DMV deadlines despite the current law temporarily in place.”The leaders issued the statement on Thursday. The issue of vehicle inspection came up during the coronavirus outbreak. As of now, it is still required to get your license plate renewed and … Read More

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KDOT: Public Transportation

(clockwise from top) Chris Herrick, Division Director, KDOT; Anne Smith, Executive Director, Flint Hills Area Transportation Agency and Chair of the Kansas Public Transit Association; Sen. Mike Petersen, Chair of Senate Transportation Committee; and Rep. Richard Proehl, Chair of House Transportation Committee were all speakers at this year’s Transit Day at the Capitol.  Please see the link, below, to hear their remarks on how transit and paratransit services support Kansas’ economy, job market, access to education, and increased health outcomes.

KDOT administers public transportation programs funded by the Federal Transit Administration and the State of Kansas. Both the federal and state programs are designed to meet the transportation needs of elderly persons, persons with disabilities, and the general public. KDOT currently supports approximately 145 transit programs covering most of the state’s 105 counties.

8-30-19: Public Transit Call for Projects

The Kansas Department of Transportation issued a call for projects on

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Audi Newsroom

April 07, 2020

Tech talk: Deep dive on 40 years of Audi quattro® all-wheel-drive technology

Forty years on, Audi quattro has become synonymous with all-wheel drive, earning its mettle through motorsports and harsh road conditions to propel the Audi brand forward to what it has become today.

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April 03, 2020

Audi RS 3 Nardo edition: turning grey skies blue

Audi of America has announced that the popular RS 3 will now be available in a special Nardo edition, now arriving at dealerships.

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April 01, 2020

Audi of America Q1 2020 sales fell 14% to 41,367 units as global pandemic impacts March results

Audi of America reported a sales decrease of 14 percent for Q1 2020.

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April 01, 2020

15 movies featuring Audi vehicles to watch while you social distance

Binge-watching is a common practice for people, even without a mandate for social distancing. And

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Transportation Position Statement | The Arc

People with intellectual and/or developmental disabilitiesmust have access to both public and private transportation to lead full, independent lives.


Our constituents lack sufficient access to mass transit, paratransit, trains, ferries, airplanes, their own vehicles, and other modes of transportation to perform everyday activities. Even where accessible public transportation exists, adults with disabilities consider transportation inadequate. In the U.S., 24 million individuals with disabilities use public transit to maintain their independence and participate fully in society.

For many, it is their only transit option. Although federal and state legislation encourages more people with all types of disabilities to go to work, getting to work requires transportation. Inadequate transportation inhibits community involvement. Those living in rural areas often face the greatest challenge of all due to total lack of public transportation and long distances between destinations.


Transportation agencies, service providers, and advocacy organizations must ensure that:

  • There is
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Cash For Cars – Sell A Car For Cash Hassle Free

Welcome to Cash for Cars, the official vehicle-purchasing website for Aaero Auto Buyers. We pay cash for used cars, trucks, vans and SUVs throughout the U.S.Since 1980, Cash for Cars has purchased more than 50,000 used vehicles — and we’re ready to give you fast cash for your car.
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Don’t waste your time and money hiring someone to sell your car. Our dedicated car buyers will come to you, purchase your car on site and leave you with cash in hand.
As soon as you fill out our Cash for Used Cars form, we begin accepting offers for your vehicle. So when we arrive to assess your car, truck, van or SUV, we will have the highest offers possible.
Your vehicle will be sold to our nationwide network of

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Transportation Preschool Printables – Preschool Mom

This page is filled with printable resources with a transportation theme.  We’ve got some great coloring pages, wordwall cards, cut and paste activities, bingo games, and more.  One of my children’s favorite books is called “I Stink” and it takes them through the daily routine of a garbage truck!  It’s filled with tons of silliness and I would highly recommend this book during your Transportation unit.

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