Lest we send the message that the Commenter of the Day award is always a function of how psychedelic a commenter's command of the language is, today we're opting for real value for the dollar. It's a lucid explanation of the slow-car-fast phenomenon.
By comparing the upcoming Toyotabaru to the Mazda Miata, our own Mr. Hardigree started a kerfuffle among those who believe a good car is nothing without massive horsepower. This ignores the commonly held wisdom that driving a slow car fast is more fun than driving a fast car slow. But it can sometimes even be more fun than driving a fast car fast. And here's why, thanks to BtheD19