Erin Marquis
Managing Editor of Jalopnik.

I, for one, can’t wait to see all the resultant bitching & whining from the ever-present contingent of booklicking, cop-fellating, fascist fucks - I mean, reasonable modern-day conservatives - that soil the Jalopnik comment sections. Read more

Oh, and if you, the reader, are thinking Jalopnik is about to become a little bit less left-leaning in her absence, I promise you, it’s going to get much worse. Not because Erin was a voice of restraint, but because she’d want it that way.
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Another mysterious post from the so-called “Erin Marquis”, if that IS her REAL name.

No. There will be no unity until fascists who believe people should be killed for the color of their skin or their religious beliefs, are dead. Read more

One side literally just stormed the US capitol, erected gallows, and threatened to hang politicians. So no, I have zero desire for unity with anyone who supported that, and the fact that we still have politicians who defend it is disgusting.

This 1976 Cadillac Eldorado Convertible isn’t a Car, it’s a State of mind. Read more

This car is disgustingly excessive, and I am all here for it. Seinfeld described the Eldorado with the 500ci V8 as a car that screams “I am alone in this world”. It is massive for the sake of being massive. You can probably watch the fuel gauge drop every time you smash the pedal. Random oil princes will call you to Read more

“Bae always be taking photos of me sleeping”

Nice one. Mine was “Best Ever Death Metal Band Out of Denton”... or maybe “First Few Desperate Hours”... I can’t quite remember (apologies for contradicting your point). A friend played me one of those two, and I went out and bought We Shall All Be Healed shortly thereafter. Read more

You never forget your first Mountain Goats song. And mine was this:

...Or how about the Mountain Goats song with a chorus that feels most appropriate to life in the continuous waking nightmare of 2020:

jesus no, start anywhere BUT this cringe ass vanity video. All Hail West Texas is the album to hear

My go to fast driving song, or heavy deadlift song, is “Close Your Eyes (And Count to Fuck)“ by Run the Jewels. Read more

Hey, at least it’s not a slide show...

They rallycrossed it too, I got to see them use that massive light bar running down the center

Buy it.  I bought it. I bought it all because they deserve all the money. Reward them.