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Old 07-22-2014, 11:22 AM
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Hey Dudes and Dudettes yet another fatal S2000 street racing crash. RIP to the people involved, let's keep it to the track! http://ktla.com/2014/07/22/street-ra...-beach-1-dead/
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Old 07-23-2014, 06:02 AM
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Damn, damn, damn.......
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Old 07-23-2014, 07:18 AM
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at least he got to reproduce:


"Vutha’s aunt said the circumstances were especially sad since his own father was also killed in a car crash.

'It’s ironic because he passed away the same way his father did. His mother was seven months pregnant with him,' Nap Buth said.

Vutha’s own son, Jayce, was born just three weeks ago.

'His son is going to grow up just like him, not knowing who his father is (was),' Buth said."

always try to keep in mind that no matter how beautiful your S is, no matter how much you love your S, no matter how good a driver you are, that Honda S2000 is just waiting for an opportunity to kill you. those new GTOs in '64 were the same way. SS396? yep. RoadRunner? yep. keep yo' head out of yo' A R S E...


"Keep your eyes on the road, your hands upon the wheel,
Keep your eyes on the road, your hands upon the wheel...
The future's uncertain, and the end is always near..."
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I admit that I feel the fangs coming out at various times ( I always thought it was the fighter attack mentality appearing) but I do not understand the straight run drag race with this car. It is not a muscle car. It shines on the curves of a track or road. I get more fun from it when I own the road with no other traffic to compete with. Unfortunately there are always meatheads out there and these kinds of tragedies occurring. Of course, by the grace of God have I survived to this age.
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50 bonus points if you can identify the writers / singer of the last quote in my last massage. it is good advice.

aren't those aeroplanes always trying to kill you, cosmo?
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50 bonus points if you can identify the writers / singer of the last quote in my last massage. it is good advice.

aren't those aeroplanes always trying to kill you, cosmo?
Oh BB that actually was my senior quote in my high school year book.

Survey Says; The Doors staring Jim Morrison
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50 bonus points if you can identify the writers / singer of the last quote in my last massage. it is good advice.

aren't those aeroplanes always trying to kill you, cosmo?
Let it roll, baby, roll
Let it roll, baby, roll
Let it roll, baby, roll
Let it roll, all night long

Do it, honey, do it

Yes, those aeroplanes are trying to kill me. So are the dispatchers, meteorology, load, maintenance, scheduling, passengers, air traffic controller, the fish crew meal, members of the religion of peace, and countless others. Everyone is suspect in my book.
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Oh BB that actually was my senior quote in my high school year book.

Survey Says; The Doors staring Jim Morrison
Winner, winner, chicken dinner! you may redeem your point at bb's last resort and emporium. tequila is on the house--steep roof so be careful.

"The future's uncertain, and the end is always near..."

i was not smart enough to understand this line in high school. it does hold meaning for me now. i do try to "let it roll, baby roll" but no longer "all night long."

yep, the hunter is always out there hunting.

another missing airliner in africa. sheesh, i don't want to get in the air. how you feelin' about all this cosmo? is it the end of the world?

i don't race. i do avoid jackasses. i am not afeared to put my foot in it but rarely do. the S2000 is a plenty fast straight line car. a sub-15 and 100+ in the quarter is respectable. ahhh, but that's what it is. sticky tires, high revs, curves, a gentle touch--catch me if you can, i am busy changing gears.







**************"...the end is always near..."**************
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Originally Posted by cosmomiller View Post
I admit that I feel the fangs coming out at various times ( I always thought it was the fighter attack mentality appearing) but I do not understand the straight run drag race with this car. It is not a muscle car. It shines on the curves of a track or road. I get more fun from it when I own the road with no other traffic to compete with. Unfortunately there are always meatheads out there and these kinds of tragedies occurring. Of course, by the grace of God have I survived to this age.
And common sense ...
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Common sense...........the most un-common of all the senses.
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Old 07-24-2014, 08:59 PM
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The end is near???? Looks like California to me. Looks like you took it, BB, very clear with many pixels.






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The end is near????
the rear end is always near! yes it do look like Kalifornia.

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Okay, let me bring the thread back from BB's hot chicks to street racing. I just listened to the news report again and I have changed my opinion. The guys were killed when they were "ejected" from the car after hitting the tree. It was not the impact, and if you look at the car the damage is not that bad. No, these rocket scientists were not wearing seatbelts. Sorry to say, but this was self induced stupidity.
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let's go back to bikinis. we all know how unintelligent street racing is. if you got a death wish, implement where it will affect the least innocent people. drive on.

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Anyone get a hole in one lately?
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Winner, winner, chicken dinner! you may redeem your point at bb's last resort and emporium. tequila is on the house--steep roof so be careful.

"The future's uncertain, and the end is always near..."

i was not smart enough to understand this line in high school. it does hold meaning for me now. i do try to "let it roll, baby roll" but no longer "all night long."

yep, the hunter is always out there hunting.

another missing airliner in africa. sheesh, i don't want to get in the air. how you feelin' about all this cosmo? is it the end of the world?

i don't race. i do avoid jackasses. i am not afeared to put my foot in it but rarely do. the S2000 is a plenty fast straight line car. a sub-15 and 100+ in the quarter is respectable. ahhh, but that's what it is. sticky tires, high revs, curves, a gentle touch--catch me if you can, i am busy changing gears.







**************"...the end is always near..."**************

I look forward to the end.
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