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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Craig Artzner, Apr 4, 2007.
No I don't think she was on the phone. She said that she hit a patch of ice and that there were several other cars that shared the same fate and lost control. No one was hurt thankfully.
That's too bad. The only ice we see out here is what comes out of the freezer or what is in my ice chest keeping the adult beverages cool.
Sounds like the same crap we got here.
Yea I know I was wearing shorts and tee shirt yesterday grilling dinner outside.
Gazing at a rainbow.
I was admiring the sun off of Daryls Skull shine.
Sounds about like my little sister. I was 20 when she turned 16. I bought my first nice vehicle that year also. (96 Blazer) I drove beatup stuff for the first 4 years I had my license. Bounced around from old beater truck to old beater truck basically. So If I would do any damage it would be minor and would most likly just be beat out with a hammer or left. After I had been in college for a year I decided I wanted a nicer vehicle dad agreed. I had 3800 to spend and he covered the other 1200 until I could pay it off back to him.
At that point that was the most money I had ever spent on a vehicle.
About 6 months later my little sister gets her license. Dad goes out and gets her a 99 Le Sabre for 5000. Nice car...My last words as I walked out the door to drive back to college that weekend were, you realize since you got her a nice car shes gonna hit something.
3 hours later she it a tree $3000 damage. I came home the next weekend with the biggest smirk on my face as I asked dad where his daughters $8000 car was. He promplty guestered to me that I was #1
Hehe, good ole Dad
Wimmen drivers scare me. My wife drives with tunnel vision, if it isnt straight ahead, it doesnt get seen. Also she goes MAYBE 5 over the speed limit in the fast lane.
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