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Old March 3rd, 2010, 09:46 PM   #41
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I would love to set some of you tough guy expert drivers up with a random number generator hooked up to a critical function of your car. It could fukc up tomorrow or next year; you'll never know.
This should be a part of drivers ed.













Along with how to parallel park, use the gas pedal,... oh wait............ we're fucked.
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Old March 4th, 2010, 11:19 AM   #42
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I had the throttle stick wide open on my 1987 Yugo GTV. I was on the highway and the car just went crazy when the throttle stuck. I tried to shut the car off but the key broke in my hands. I tried to stand on the brakes but the only thing that happed was the peddle went to the floor. I even tried shifting it into neutral but the damn cable broke on the shifter leaving the transmission in drive. Luckily, I was on a straight section of I75 with little traffic around me. After 6 miles of continous acceleration, the car was approaching speeds of 58 mph. I was panic stricken because I've never been able to get the car over 50 mph in the past so I was not sure if it would hold together at these speeds. Unable to get the car to respond to any of my actions, I gave up and put my faith in God. Luckily, God just happened to be finishing his lunch so he was able to pay attention to my plight and keep me from dying. At the exact instant I thought I was a goner, the last of the 87 cents worth of fuel I had put in earlier was consumed by the engine. The car shut down and I coasted to the side of the road where I just sat there for several minutes thankful to be alive.
I laughed out loud (literally). At first I bought it until the 58mph.
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Old March 4th, 2010, 11:32 AM   #43
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I had the throttle stick wide open on my 1987 Yugo GTV. I was on the highway and the car just went crazy when the throttle stuck. I tried to shut the car off but the key broke in my hands. I tried to stand on the brakes but the only thing that happed was the peddle went to the floor. I even tried shifting it into neutral but the damn cable broke on the shifter leaving the transmission in drive. Luckily, I was on a straight section of I75 with little traffic around me. After 6 miles of continous acceleration, the car was approaching speeds of 58 mph. I was panic stricken because I've never been able to get the car over 50 mph in the past so I was not sure if it would hold together at these speeds. Unable to get the car to respond to any of my actions, I gave up and put my faith in God. Luckily, God just happened to be finishing his lunch so he was able to pay attention to my plight and keep me from dying. At the exact instant I thought I was a goner, the last of the 87 cents worth of fuel I had put in earlier was consumed by the engine. The car shut down and I coasted to the side of the road where I just sat there for several minutes thankful to be alive.
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I had the throttle stick wide open on my 1987 Yugo GTV. I was on the highway and the car just went crazy when the throttle stuck. I tried to shut the car off but the key broke in my hands. I tried to stand on the brakes but the only thing that happed was the peddle went to the floor. I even tried shifting it into neutral but the damn cable broke on the shifter leaving the transmission in drive. Luckily, I was on a straight section of I75 with little traffic around me. After 6 miles of continous acceleration, the car was approaching speeds of 58 mph. I was panic stricken because I've never been able to get the car over 50 mph in the past so I was not sure if it would hold together at these speeds. Unable to get the car to respond to any of my actions, I gave up and put my faith in God. Luckily, God just happened to be finishing his lunch so he was able to pay attention to my plight and keep me from dying. At the exact instant I thought I was a goner, the last of the 87 cents worth of fuel I had put in earlier was consumed by the engine. The car shut down and I coasted to the side of the road where I just sat there for several minutes thankful to be alive.
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I had the throttle stick wide open on my 1987 Yugo GTV. I was on the highway and the car just went crazy when the throttle stuck. I tried to shut the car off but the key broke in my hands. I tried to stand on the brakes but the only thing that happed was the peddle went to the floor. I even tried shifting it into neutral but the damn cable broke on the shifter leaving the transmission in drive. Luckily, I was on a straight section of I75 with little traffic around me. After 6 miles of continous acceleration, the car was approaching speeds of 58 mph. I was panic stricken because I've never been able to get the car over 50 mph in the past so I was not sure if it would hold together at these speeds. Unable to get the car to respond to any of my actions, I gave up and put my faith in God. Luckily, God just happened to be finishing his lunch so he was able to pay attention to my plight and keep me from dying. At the exact instant I thought I was a goner, the last of the 87 cents worth of fuel I had put in earlier was consumed by the engine. The car shut down and I coasted to the side of the road where I just sat there for several minutes thankful to be alive.
Some one needs to get a job as a writer. Pretty good!
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