This is fun.
Have to agree , but sources do note that there were no problems with mosquitos that weekend!
Am I the only one in the world that thinks tire shredding burnouts are asinine?
No. Though I did do two or three as a teen back in the mid-1960s (pretty good ones at that, with only 2-barrel 318 power). Filed under "been there, done that, nothing left to prove" ever since.Am I the only one in the world that thinks tire shredding burnouts are asinine?
He's a drifter and a very good one at that. He did exactly what Ford pays him to do. FWIW when he joined us at the first GT350 Track Attack he was not drifting and was doing his best to keep up with us.Am I the only one in the world that thinks tire shredding burnouts are asinine? I think the sport does a big disservice to itself with these kinds of displays, just inviting more scrutiny from the enviro nuts who would love to see our sport dead.
Its all good.
I worked for a Canadian firm, have a few Canadians who still talk to me. Not sure why?? LOL. Most were denied medical coverage because the worked "Out of Provence" for more than 30 days. They would go home from Afg or Iraq and have to Pay cash for a medical visit. Apparently free medicine also has a FEW issues.
Agree that the Enviro-Nazi's can be a challenge regardless which side of the border you are on. They tell me I am ruining the environment because of the Carbon Footprint my vehicles have. They drive to their offices in their Prius, look at their two house plants, one on the desk at work and one on the window sill at home and preach. Of course, My wife has planted over 200 trees, a few acres of sod, bushes and other plants at our home. We ain't Carbon neutral, we are to the good side of neutral.
Come on down some time and play cars with the great unwashed Mericans sometime. Glad to have ya!!