Real Dealer wrote:
I just don't understand how some posts based solely on anecdotal information get so much traction, especially when they may not even be true. Then we have threads loaded with great information and much data and they get 1 response and then die. My son significantly dropped his 1500 time this year by dropping his mileage but nobody wants to hear that.
You understand that if you were to write about your son's improvement and mileage drop it would be an anecdote, right, as is a comment about having threads loaded with great information and many data. Narrative is often much more interesting and compelling than data.