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So Eric if the VW fumes are so clean then pump them into your house and see what happens. I know Eric you think that all people and businesses have the right to lie and cheat others. If they slow you down by a second though you want them hung…

Well Eric I have to laugh at your Social Security comments since I would guess you never pay into it or very very little. Eric since your investment expertise along with millions of others is to put it in a bank at 1 percent interest. Tell us Eric what your retirement pile looks like?

I have to laugh at you Eric. Cutting someone off or whatever you disagree with strongly but drinking and driving is fine with you. You have a poor set of priorities in life. Being bothered by someone is bad but being killed by them is OK.

Explain your merging strategy Brent. You say that your way is better than what the signs say on the interstate? The signs say it is you that should adjust your driving for merging traffic by changing lanes or increasing or decreasing your speed. You have about 30 seconds to adjust for merging cars but the cars that are merging only have one or two seconds to adjust for your driving. Tell me why your way is better than what the signs recommend? If the car gets up to speed on the on ramp and you are hanging on their fender they may not be able to speed up to get in front of you before the lane ends and when they slow down. below traffic flow speed, to fall behind you then that interferes with the cars behind them. Do you enjoy making traffic flow worse? Explain your logic and why it is better?

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  1. Police In New Haven, CT Will Take Valuables from Unlocked Cars to Stop Break-Ins

    Starting today, police who notice valuables left in plain view inside unlocked cars will take them to keep them safe from would-be burglars.

    Lt. Herbert Sharp says this strategy will prevent burglars from getting expensive items from cars, while forcing residents to make a trip to the police station to pick up belongings.

    After taking the valuables, police will either leave a note or call the resident.
    – –

    – This is the moment in law enforcement, when they finally jump the pig.

  2. Nickelback – Rockstar. is a non-stop commercial for Celebrity Royalty who reign from the screens and horns of our devices/deities through out the Realms of the Ruling Media Kingdoms.

    It’s a good tune. A song that takes the piss regarding the stereotypical lifestyle of a famous musician, complete with references to extravagant homes, groupies, intoxicants and famous friends.

    The spoken interludes are performed by Billy Gibbons of ZZ Top, himself a certified Rock Star of an earlier dynasty.

    Every few words are mimed by a different person, resulting in over 100 people participating. Some are regular people, but many Audio Visual Idols show up as well, including Eliza Dushku, Paul Wall, Wayne Gretzky, Gene Simmons, Dale Earnhardt, Jr., Kid Rock and Nelly Furtado.

    Chad Kroeger says: “We had a lot of fun with that one. Just crazy nonsensical things that help paint this picture of someone dreaming about being a Rock Star. It’s what you would also do if you won the lottery. I hope it comes across as us having a lot of fun and even to some degree, making fun of ourselves.”

    Nickelback Quits In Portugal after the crowd throws rocks and stones.

    Rockstar – Music & Lyrics by Nickelback Members

    I’m through with standin’ in lines to clubs I’ll never get in
    It’s like the bottom of the ninth and I’m never gonna win
    This life hasn’t turned out
    Quite the way I want it to be
    (Tell me what you want)

    I want a brand new house on an episode of Cribs
    And a bathroom I can play baseball in
    And a king size tub
    Big enough for ten plus me
    (Yeah, so what you need?)

    I need a credit card that’s got no limit
    And a big black jet with a bedroom in it
    Gonna join the mile high club
    At thirty-seven thousand feet
    (Been there, done that)

    I want a new tour bus full of old guitars
    My own star on Hollywood Boulevard
    Somewhere between Cher
    And James Dean is fine for me
    (So how you gonna do it?)

    I’m gonna trade this life
    For fortune and fame
    I’d even cut my hair
    And change my name

    ‘Cause we all just wanna be big rockstars
    And live in hilltop houses, drivin’ fifteen cars
    The girls come easy and the drugs come cheap
    We’ll all stay skinny ’cause we just won’t eat

    And we’ll hang out in the coolest bars
    In the VIP with the movie stars
    Every good gold digger’s gonna wind up there
    Every Playboy bunny with her bleach blond hair

    And well, hey, hey, I wanna be a rockstar

    I wanna be great like Elvis without the tassels
    Hire eight body guards that love to beat up assholes
    Sign a couple autographs
    So I can eat my meals for free
    (I’ll have a quesadilla -on the house)

    I’m gonna dress my ass with the latest fashion
    Get a front door key to the Playboy mansion
    Gonna date a centerfold that loves
    To blow my money for me
    (So how you gonna do it?)…

    …And we’ll hide out in the private rooms
    With the latest dictionary of today’s who’s who
    They’ll get you anything with that evil smile
    Everybody’s got a drug dealer on speed dial

    Well, hey, hey, I wanna be a rockstar

    I’m gonna sing those songs that offend the censors
    Gonna pop my pills from a Pez dispenser
    Get washed-up singers writin’ all my songs
    Lipsync ’em every night so I don’t get ’em wrong…

    …Hey, hey, I wanna be a rockstar

    – without sound money; and an honest un-manipulated market; there aren’t many options for “rockstars.” Is it nobler for them to instead choose relative poverty and obscurity. How so. Capitalism remains an unknown ideal.

    – they aren’t the problem, even the industry itself isn’t the root of the problem. they are more earners than cronies. and far above the heroes.

    it’s the whole stinking Hunger Fame Games Special Interest Olympics, if that’s even a grokable concept, that’s the root of the problem.

  3. I’ll entertain this one since it was half rational.

    Clover believes in imaginary signs about merging. Clover likes causing brake waves then complains about the faster drivers causing congestion. Clover likes jamming into traffic without timing a gap because everyone else should adjust to Clover.

    Clover, go to Germany. Watch how people merge onto the Autobahn. That’s where the methods you assign to me are in practice by the majority of drivers instead of the minority. You get up to speed and time a gap. Sure on rare occasion those on the road already may need make a slight adjustment. Rarely. That’s the point, it’s _RARE_ not every time the way your sort makes it.

    Now go back under your bridge.

  4. put it in a bank at 1 percent interest
    Before the Fed destroyed both interest rates and the currency, this was a very reasonable method. Wall St was supposed to be for the ‘high rollers,’ not for Joe the plumber and his 401k.
    If it weren’t for QE ad infinitum, Dow and company would not be looking too good these days either.
    Real estate can be OK, if you are paying a low enough price for the rent to pay the mortgage. Not if you are counting on Ponzi prices.

  5. “You say that your way is better than what the signs say on the interstate? ”

    In MY state, those merging do NOT have the right of way. I quote: “The “yield” sign means exactly that, you must yield the right of way to the through traffic and stop if necessary. The through traffic is not required to yield to any entering traffic.” That means I don’t need to do a damn thing. The merging vehicle MUST take action to enter the roadway and not disrupt the traffic flow.

    You state rules may very, but there are a lot like my state.

    • There are yield signs at every on ramp in my state. I have seen people flip out at truckers for not moving over for them when they attempt a weak entrance…… it’s no big deal for a truck to kick their speed up 10mph real quick or slam on their brakes for their clover ass to enter.

      Time the gap fuckers, or drive in the gutter.

      I’d like to see the signs telling drivers that they need to adjust for traffic entering the road as clover asserts. I’ve never seen one.

      • Clover has to be a woman. I wish I weren’t forced to make a blank statement but for some reason, women don’t seem to be able to use more than about 20% of their car’s power. I’m out there all day every day and have never seen a woman actually romp it out and get out of the way. Maybe one now and again will get into it enough to not get run over but as far as flooring it and running out with a good lead and not creating a situation I don’t think i’ve ever seen it. I’ve tried to convince my wife that flooring one and having it drop down a gear or two won’t tear one up, that the car is made to do that with plenty of safety margin.

        Once you’ve moved over and let her in she’ll eventually attain a speed above your truck’s speed limiter…….maybe. I still haven’t figured out why so many people won’t run 75 and stay in those packs of speed limited trucks and this isn’t just one sex either.

        And poor old Cadillac, no matter how hard they try, they still get the slow crowd. The only Cad that I don’t feel is going to do something stupid is the Escalade driver. The sign on entrance ramps should be Stopped Vehicles Will Be Towed

        • To me Clover is an ‘it’. Without gender. I’ve seen a few women who will use the go pedal. Not many, but some.

          The slow crowd…. many years ago I had short cut to take home from work. The catch was two stop signs. Both required acceleration to pull off because of the heavy traffic to first cross an arterial and then turn left on to another. One afternoon I am stuck behind this old guy in a florida plated early 80s caddy with V8 badging. First stop sign this guy passes up numerous chances waiting for the gap he can get through. On the second every time there is a chance I hit the horn. The old guy gets out of his car and walks back to ask me what the issue is. I say “You have a V8, use it”. His expression shows this was not what he was expecting for a response. He gets back into his car and the next gap he nails it and black smoke exits in the Italian tune up sort of way that car desperately needed. I also manage to get through on the same gap.

        • Eight,

          I get in a truck just often enough to notice how much more miserable it is than driving around clovers in my pickup or car.

          Clover detests big rigs as such. Probably because they know they’re dead in a pissing match.

          • ancap, ain’t nothin the same. The good old days were really the good old days. Haven’t seen a smoky since ____(300 miles), heard about DOT _____(400 miles) but didn’t see em. Put the hammer down…..and when you meet the guy he’s got his index finger raised and twirling it(go for it).

            Now it’s “4 DOT’s between the 192 and 231 marker with a slew of paper writers.”

            Good old mechanical injection. If you didn’t like the way it ran, turn it up. There is a trade-off between mpg and hours spent.

            Now if you want one turned up there’s a multi-thousand dollar computer you need. So what’s the point of buying a 550 hp Red Top Cummins and turning them back to 350hp? None, except you use more fuel just keeping them nailed all the time.

            Then there’s that bunch of clovers who pass and slow down, barely staying ahead of you and wouldn’t except when you can only see half their car it makes them nervous. But let blues and reds show and they’ll whip over in front of you in the fast lane and slam on the brakes while you’re smoking tires and frying brakes trying to not run over them. What is it they don’t get that moving over is the alternative to slowing down? I hope to whip smokies hat off when I go by in the other lane while they hassle another victim.


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