While a trailer is a better answer than an extra vehicle for many potential pickup owners, there are also lots of people who - in both recreational and working applications - use the pickup box while at the same time towing a trailer. Depending on what one is doing, towing a trailer can be impractical - or at least inconvenient - even for an expert driver.Pickup trucks are for people who can't reverse a trailer
She seems like a great person.Simon Giertz is awesome. She's pretty fun to watch on Instagram and youtube. She creates tons of awesome stuff.
"Cheese Louise", IIRC.I think she also has a Commutacar (cheese wedge as she likes to call it).
I like Simone because she shows that one can be a maker without being very serious about making huge things that cost a lot of money or do incredibly complex stuff, it is just a spectrum of what a maker could be doing and she is just elsewhere on to compared to many 'famous makers' but nearer the the bit that many home/hobby makers might be.She seems like a great person.
Fame-wise, I don't get the popularity, other than her being female. She doesn't make a lot of content, and she doesn't make great content. A little bit hammy, a little bit silly, but, neither funny enough to be remarkably funny, not interesting enough to be remarkably interesting.
Why would that be weird? People use obscenities in all languages.My only gripe with her is that I think she's the perfect role model for girls, but, IMO, her potty mouth nixes it. Which is rather weird, because she's Swedish, only recently came to the US, and English is a second language (she's also Mandarin fluent without an accent, allegedly).
I'm not suggesting that use of obscenities is appropriate for a role model for children, only that the use of obscenities by some random person looking for attention - and not presenting herself as a role model for children - is not surprising.^^^ People use obscenities, yes...candidate role models for 4 year old girls don't in my book...unless of course you want to groom her for a career as a merchant marine or sailor.