Archive for category: CAR CULTURE

Change is Good

Change is Good

Have you ever had that feeling when you wake up one day and think to yourself… “I just feel like doing some stupid sh*t today…”? I remember a time exactly like that when I just felt like having a meal of my favorite foods… so I ordered Pochon wings, Fuji fried rice, and Hoa Mai lumpia for a meal. Had some pretty crazy craving… and it took a little work (the driving […]

Honda Loving

Honda Loving

Well, it’s been a minute since we’ve had some content up on here. After coming back from the holidays, daytime schedules have gotten pretty full. Hfdz-Art himself has taken on a new position at a new jobsite, and it’s still that GDOE hustle for me and Juan. But in more recent news, I was lurking the net recently when I came across a post about a car related episode in […]

Keeping it Simple

Keeping it Simple

In the sea of cars that was Offset Kings Guam – featuring groups of stanced, custom-painted, bagged, iced-out vehicles… two cars stood out by applying the KISS principle route to their personas. I think I’ve described this before in one of our old write-ups, but KISS or “Keep it Simple, Stupid” states that most systems work best if they are kept simple rather than made complicated. Therefore, simplicity should be […]