Teh Squeaky Wheel
Sure Happy It’s Thursday, GN!
At least three “hate crimes” were revealed to be phony-baloney just yesterday:
Plus the MS church burning, which was done by a member of the congregation -- who also happens to be black.
Seems like an appropriate opportunity to post this:
Well, there’s “fake news” and then there’s “fake, but accurate” news.
Feeling like winter out here lately. Cold, wet, windy weather.
Anyhow, good morning Fatwa and happy Thursday, GN! Off to work-yeah, me!
Hope you and Mrs. S. are caught-up -- or nearly so -- on holiday housekeeping.
That looks like the symbol for the NAZI chapter of “Hands up, Don’t Shoot”?
“Hände hoch, schießen Sie nicht !”
I read that as “scheißen”, not “schießen”.
Guten tag, Herr Maschinist; das war lustig. (Because I read it the same way Paddy did.)
Sure Happy It’s Thursday, Gerbil Nation!
Good morning, Fatwa, Sven, and Mac!
We had a wonderful mini-vacation. The weather cooperated -- it didn’t start raining until we were driving home.
Made a Costco run yesterday to pick up prime rib for Christmas dinner. Yeah, it was a mad house. Today I’m running out to get other provisions and victuals. Should be loads of laughs.
Oh you nasty mans.
Aw, Mac…we were just schießen die Scheiße.
I can relate. This is about how I feel about the Evil Orb, too.
The last sentence of this made me laugh out loud.
In my younger days, pre first marriage, I took a friend for a ride over a mountain road in my rather radical Datson 510. He sounded a bit like this.
Mine was a 1972 two door. I paid $2,300.00 for it brand new and put about $2,000.00 into the suspension and steering. It was all race gear but the tires, which were Semperit 70 series steel belted tires. They cost over $200.00, almost 10% of the cost of the car. It was a beast on tight roads, especially downhill. I was up in the mountains almost every night, over 500 miles a week. I raced BMWs, Porches, Corvettes, and many sports cars. Except for the front spoiler, wide wheels, and being 3 1/2″ lower, it looked quite innocent. The negative rear camber caught some eyes too. It was not a street kit but all racing gear except the tires. It was terrible on slightly rough roads, I learned to keep my mouth shut, but it was a dream on a twisty mountain road. The steering was completely neutral with zero play and you could throw it from a four wheel drift in one direction to a four wheel drift the other way with no snap or drama. There was no perceivable body roll, even sliding sideways on dry asphalt at 75 mph. Young …and stupid.