PLAGUE's Short Bus's Profile
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- 22 years old
- November 20, 1991
- Lawrence, Kansas
- Getting ripped....and beating the crap outta the bad guys!
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- THE SHORT BUS
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12 August 2008 - 11:37 AMI'll stick to my truck. My dad being an EMT, and learning to drive with dad beside me I learned the simple things in life like "trains always beat vehicles" "semi's always beat cars" etc. etc. Getting in that thing is like signing your life away.
signing your life away? do you realize if we all drove these little cars then folks would be more responsible? if you actually have to pay, with almost all your life, if you get in a crash, then you will be more careful driving. trucks and suv's give people basically a free pass to drive unsafely. because, hell, if you get in a crash then you won't get hurt.
YEAH BABY......We need to kick this oil habit like bad news. I'm all for the air car. Or any car that makes us less polluting/less dependant on oil. Not just FOREIGN OIL, any of it.
But, my money is on Tesla Corp's roadster. 0-60 in 4 seconds, 250 mile range, 120MPH top speed. ALL ELECTRIC.
so what youre saying is that you want to stop using oil all together or just for fuels? This is a list of some of the products made from oil. Nearly everything in our lives is made from oil, made by machinery and systems dependent on oil, and transported by oil as either gas or diesel fuel.
Ammonia, Anesthetics, Antihistamines, Artificial limbs, Artificial Turf, Antiseptics, Aspirin, Auto Parts, Awnings, Balloons, Ballpoint pens, Bandages, Beach Umbrellas, Boats, Cameras, Candles, Car Battery Cases, Carpets, Caulking, Combs, Cortisones, Cosmetics, Crayons, Credit Cards, Curtains, Deodorants, Detergents, Dice, Disposable Diapers, Dolls, Dyes, Eye Glasses, Electrical Wiring Insulation, Faucet Washers, Fishing Rods, Fishing Line, Fishing Lures, Food Preservatives, Food Packaging, Garden Hose, Glue, Hair Coloring, Hair Curlers, Hand Lotion, Hearing Aids, Heart Valves, Ink, Insect Repellant, Insecticides, Linoleum, Lip Stick, Milk Jugs, Nail Polish, Oil Filters, Panty Hose, Perfume, Petroleum Jelly, Rubber Cement, Rubbing Alcohol, Shampoo, Shaving Cream, Shoes, Toothpaste, Trash Bags, Upholstery, Vitamin Capsules, Water Pipes, Yarn
but this is a step in the right direction....if we start with cars, then, maybe, in a "few" (like a lot) of years, then maybe we won't be using expensive oil and relying on other nations to keep us going by selling us oil.
10 August 2008 - 08:41 PMheck yes!
tnp is gonna be the next MJ.
10 August 2008 - 08:39 PM
08 August 2008 - 01:01 PM
It's like going on the tour of Coors, except you get beer not steak.
my cousin works ate a meat factory and is fine.
I don't think you guys understand the point of view PETA has. We were all terrified and disgusted on how this man literally slaughtered a human being. Everyone thinks it is absolutely crazy and crude what this man did, but we do the exact same thing to 1000's of animals. We literally gut, behead, and eat animals and all is good and we think " who cares about those cows anyways? " But as soon as this happens to a person on a bus, and everyone instantly thinks the person is crazy, even though we have no problem doing this to animals. Their isn't much difference besides the fact that we are humans and they are animals. PETA comparing slaughtering animals to slaughtering humans is a little extreme, but certainly not stupid.
And no I'm not a PETA and I have no problem with eating meat or whatever. I just feel you guys think PETA is a joke and are worthless on this planet when you don't think about the angle they are coming from.
the difference is humans are superior! i'll pick up your point of view when you can show me a cow teaching someone to speak its language...then i'll see it the way you do.
08 August 2008 - 12:46 PMcrap.