Flytrap #2 - Possible NSFW Content and WAW fail , Whiskey Bacon and tamale hootch

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Casper

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The only time the dems offer something supposedly less expensive is because they're talking to the person they're giving it to, NOT the person who's paying for it. :)

beside, taking off the exhaust on the hybrids would be cheaper.

Hybrids run on their electric motor at low speeds, which is where most problems occur (parking lots, etc). Electric motors have no exhaust so removing it will not make them louder. Way the understand the problem like a typical Regressive.









JK bud. :D
 
Hybrids run on their electric motor at low speeds, which is where most problems occur (parking lots, etc). Electric motors have no exhaust so removing it will not make them louder. Way the understand the problem like a typical Regressive.
Playing cards in the spokes? Hmm, maybe a deer whistle type thing that only the blind can hear?

Tin cans strung behind the vehicle like a "just married" concotion?

And why is it that blind people aren't having this problem with bicycles?

Or is it, that the REAL problem, is that people aren't paying any damn attention when they're driving anymore, regardless of what motor is in their vehicle.
 

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OzSTEEZ

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Weird that they can't locate where the connection was coming from at the time..
 

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http://tpmlivewire.talkingpointsmem...fox-news-viewers-are-the-most-misinformed.php

Breaking? Study Finds Fox News Viewers Are The Most Misinformed

To perhaps nobody's surprise, a study released this week finds that Fox News viewers are the most misinformed of any news consumers.

The University of Maryland study, called "Misinformation and the 2010 Election," looked at "variations in misinformation by exposure to news sources," among other things, and specifically newspapers and news magazines (in print and online), network TV news broadcasts, NPR and PBS, Fox News, MSNBC, and CNN.
 
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