CrashBonsai March 24th, 2006 @ 6:07 pm PST
More proof that people are strange (in case you needed some): There is a website dedicated to selling toy cars which have suffered toy accidents by crashing into toy (bonsai) trees. The art pieces go for between $75 – $150. People are — apparently — grabbing them like hotcakes. CrashBonsai
Acura Integra VS Acura NSX October 9th, 2002 @ 3:16 pm PDT
This was never intended to be a “real” post. This was only a test.
SpoilerKits July 24th, 2001 @ 12:21 am PDT
No detail has been overlooked! The URL’plate compliments the chrome detailing on any vehicle. The letters are bold and stand out. They are easy to read, even at highway speeds!
GPS Fun! June 20th, 2001 @ 3:41 pm PDT
A man in Connecticut rented a car and was shocked to discover a $450 charge for speeding on his bill when he returned the vehicle. It seems the rental company has GPS devices in their cars so they can track what the driver might do. Now … in general I think this is a pretty […]
Car Flamethrower June 8th, 2001 @ 8:17 am PDT
Crime-obsessed South Africans have a powerful new weapon with which to stop likely criminals: the car flamethrower.
Tracks May 21st, 2001 @ 7:49 am PDT
I can’t decide if I want to do this to my truck. What do you think?
Submerging Vehicle May 15th, 2001 @ 3:07 pm PDT
How to Survive Due to increased public interest, the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles offers an instructional video for motorists on how to survive a submerging vehicle. You will need RealPlayer Video to view.
The Automobile and the Tiara as Symbols of Class Distinction March 26th, 2001 @ 12:34 am PST
“The egalitarianism of modern America represents the essential achievement of the classless society envisioned by Marx.” F. Fukuyama
Conversations in the Car October 11th, 2000 @ 8:57 pm PDT
Interesting conversations often take place in the car.
Six Impossible Things June 26th, 2000 @ 9:21 am PDT
In which I detail what happened the day before my birthday