Are These the 10 Coolest Cars Under $18k?(Jul 02, 2014)@Mercy That's because none of us here, expect the ricers and JDM fags, could give two shits about a Civic. And the Vette is a car people naturally want to get to know more because of the legendary vibe it gives off as you pass one.
Could the Subaru BRZ Be Dropped Entirely?(Jun 23, 2014)More power = more money = less sales. It's all in supply and demand. Perhaps all that is needed is more advertisment. I haven't seen a single ad for this. (Other than the occasional plug in local car dealership ads)
Nissan Gran Turismo Vision Concept Looks Like Future GT-R(Jun 11, 2014)V Exactly. Forza has the same problem every need for speed has. The game thinks, "Hmmm. The player is going fast and wants to turn. What do I do again? Oh wait! I'm a hip new racing game and therefore every turn has to be a drift because drifting is what's cool right now.". Gran Turismo is called "The Real Driving Simulator" for a reason. "Real" and "Simulator" being key words here.
Tree Crushes Million-Dollar Toyota 2000GT(Jun 10, 2014)Never really understood the price that this car carries with it. It's an amazing car. It was a Bond car. It's rarity was big at the time too. And it set the mark for Jap performance cars. But it seems over priced. I could get a Diablo 6.0 and an F50, and still have a little left over for restorations for that price.
The Full Nurburgring Experience Finally Comes to Forza 5(Jun 10, 2014)@Aj Turn 10 just wants your money. They're making people pay for cars that were already in Forza 4. Polyphony does things right and makes most of their new content free. Everything from GT5 is in GT6, at no additional cost.
Kid Fleeing Cops in Grandpa’s Stolen Car Gets Stopped by a Badass(Jun 04, 2014)@ Aaron S Did you really just call me a troll? Name calling? Really? Have we stooped that low? Guess so. Anyways, I never said that Bush defined the mentality of all Americans. What he did do is create a state of mind that most of us got sucked into. Most. MOST. Not all. Not once did I say "all".
Kid Fleeing Cops in Grandpa’s Stolen Car Gets Stopped by a Badass(Jun 04, 2014)And yes most Americans make poor decisions without even realizing it. Big or small, most of us fuck up in some way, shape, or form. My problem is the fucktards like you that try to make the US seem like heaven on earth. It's not. It's not and never will be. Accept the fact that there will always be someone to fuck things up somewhere down the road
Kid Fleeing Cops in Grandpa’s Stolen Car Gets Stopped by a Badass(Jun 04, 2014)And intelligence has nothing to do with it. It's called common sense.Going way back to what started this, the whole WWII bombing shit. Some of the smartest people were enlisted into the A and H Bomb projects. And look at the results of their work. Do you honestly think that anyone was proud of what they had created? So, I ask you, does intelligence really mean anything in decision making?
Kid Fleeing Cops in Grandpa’s Stolen Car Gets Stopped by a Badass(Jun 04, 2014)@Cam Why the hell would you bring that up? That is completely different from this. I don't want a Zimmerman debate, but he did what he did because he knew the victim beforehand and didn't know of his intentions and tried to stop the "problem" early. The guy in the truck however didn't know the guy in the car and tried to stop the problem before it got worse. If anything, the only thing these two have in common is that they both acted on impulse and made things worse for everyone.
Kid Fleeing Cops in Grandpa’s Stolen Car Gets Stopped by a Badass(Jun 04, 2014)Aaron, don't twist my words like that. You know what I mean by careless choices. A subconscious choice is still a choice. And it almost sounds like you're trying to justify and rationalize careless drivers. By "choosing" to drive, you're making the decision to take full responsibly for what ever happens to you and others out on the road. Didn't they teach you that in drivers school?
Kid Fleeing Cops in Grandpa’s Stolen Car Gets Stopped by a Badass(Jun 04, 2014)3 things. 1) Bush was in office twice for reasons that had nothing to do with proper politics. His first time in office was because of a miscount of votes. His second time was because he used 9/11 based scare tactics to win the people over. (Granted hid did stick true to a good chunk of what he said about the Afgan war) So that's an invalid point Cam.
Kid Fleeing Cops in Grandpa’s Stolen Car Gets Stopped by a Badass(Jun 04, 2014)2) Most citizens were blind to the problem over seas until it was too late to say anything. And those who did know, their voice went relatively unheard. And even when voices were heard, look how long it took for action to be taken. Bush got lucky and handed his problems over to Obama. I don't agree with a lot of Obama's policies, but he handled the wars pretty damn well for someone who had no major involvement with it to begin with.
Kid Fleeing Cops in Grandpa’s Stolen Car Gets Stopped by a Badass(Jun 04, 2014)3) Careless is the key word in careless decision. Which in this case, getting back to the whole point of this article, many were made that day. What may seem like heroism is really just some guy out there looking for his 15 min of fame by showing that you don't fuck with his neighbor hood. Had he known it was a kid, he wouldn't have done what he did.