Pics that make you smile

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  1. kamkar1

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    I wonder how it look down below on that corner, there cant be anything that's round anymore.

    I ran the front R tire of my Opel GT over a foot thick pice of masonry hiding in the tall grass along a bumpy dirt road ( that's why i was driving a little in the tall grass )
    That wheel and tire was fawked up real good and i had to take it all apart and rebuild it, but nothing came out the top like that so it must have been a massive hit.
     
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    If the Dukes of Hazzard can jump their car over a creek, why can't my car do it?

    KuoH

     
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    Eh, one or two... ;)
    Because you only have one car and no film editor. And your horn probably doesn't play Dixie. :p
     
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    hehe yeah i remember many a jump in movies where you can see the car more or less fold like a pice of paper in the landing, but then a quick cut and change of camera angle and everything are okay.

    And i still prefer that over CGI
    My favorite are still the spiral jump in the man with the golden gun.
     
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    That one looked completely fine. Could have done without the slide whistle though...
     
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    (from IMDB) Somewhere between 256 and 321 "General Lee" cars were created and mostly destroyed during the series. Less than 20 in various states of disrepair still exist. Despite popular belief, there were no 1970 Chargers used in the series according to all the car builders.

    general-lee-cars-on-trailer.jpg


    PS. This was more than the number of cars used/destroyed in the Blues Brothers.
     
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    no wonder Roscoe could never catch those Duke boys :D
     
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    And the Blues Brothers was driving a car with Cop motor 440 CUI - cop tires - cop suspension - cop shocks
     
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    Here's a burglar, caught on security camera, breaking into a Durian (fruit) storage building in thailand. At about I:10 it tears down a section of the wall to access the fruit.

     
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    Second best defence is he's an elephant.
    First best defence is to plead insanity.

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    he's not get away with saying he can't remember :p
     
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    And his breath will smell like durian......
     
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    and ain't that just the worst smell ever, shocking stuff it is
     
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    It would seem like the Blues brothers are needed again, or did that guy try to reenact the scene from the bridge.

    Anyway just go to proof there are wast differences between movies and real life, and yet so many have a problem differentiating the two. :rolleyes:
     
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    Ha, just found some more.
    Being a private company they can fire who they want, but the story is pretty public and their reasoning is hilarious, thats why i find the jokes funny :)
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    Hmm, I guess the problem I have with skunks under my deck isn't as big as I thought it was. :D
     
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    I smell skunk here once in awhile. They win. The last thing I want is to shoot a skunk and have it spray the building with smell that remains for a loonnngggg time.
     
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