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Park at the Point Perhaps, but Private Parts Probably Procured and Peddled


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Nissan earned its second-to-last spot for collecting some of the creepiest categories of data we have ever seen. It’s worth reading the review in full, but you should know it includes your “sexual activity.” Not to be out done, Kia also mentions they can collect information about your “sex life” in their privacy policy. Oh, and six car companies say they can collect your “genetic information” or “genetic characteristics.” Yes, reading car privacy policies is a scary endeavor.

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My ‘68 Toyota Corona required extremely limber participants.  Being a short high hurdler dating a diver on the swim team was, in retrospect, the only possible way the vehicle could be a love nest.

My ‘65 Ford Falcon, however, easily allowed a wide variety of body types and slump buster’s to participate

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