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an unmarked ATF agent car and the guns inside were just stolen a block away from the Salk Institute and USCD in La Jolla yesterday

October 27th, 2017 by admin

On the road illuminated with yellow highlighter, that’s where a load of weapons in an unmarked ATF car was stolen.

Notice all the UCSD buildings across the road

the ATF car loaded with guns was in the sweet millionaires tennis court (17 of them) neighborhood in the upper left corner.

Why?

And why is NBC news lieing about it? Instead of saying the road the car was on was in millionaire’s neighborhood of 17 private tennis courts, they state “agent had his car and the guns inside stolen from a popular beach in La Jolla Thursday.

A Veyron Grand Sport convertible, 1 of 150 ever made, became the first victim of the Bugatti Grand Tour

October 14th, 2017 by admin

The driver lost control of his vehicle, left the road and ended up against the stones, on a slope of the Andes.

Good news, and more evidence that quickly posting a "Be On The Lookout" on social media can be more effective that filing a police report that is tossed into a filing cabinet

August 4th, 2017 by admin

Dwight Sanders is a truck driver and was on the road in Kentucky last week when his neighbor called to tell him that someone broke into his place, and stole his dead wife’s Mustang

He and his wife, Dolores, bought the car brand new in 2011 and worked on customizing it for years after. Dolores died in 2014 from cervical cancer. Sanders says the Mustang is more than just a car, it’s the last memory he has of his wife.

“It was me and my wife’s project,” said Sanders. “She was a wonderful person, everybody loved her. She never made an enemy. She was just a great person.”

He immediately posted photos of the Mustang on facebook, and within days the car was spotted 70 miles away. Police were sent to verify and arrest the perp.

https://www.click2houston.com/news/facebook-post-helps-lead-police-to-stolen-ford-mustang
http://www.thedrive.com/news/13155/man-uses-facebook-to-track-down-deceased-wifes-stolen-ford-mustang-gt

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Good news, and more evidence that quickly posting a "Be On The Lookout" on social media can be more effective that filing a police report that is tossed into a filing cabinet

one of the coolest cars at the San Marino car show today, was stored in a garage in 1958, under blankets, and left alone for nearly 60 years. It was originally won in a raffle, for a dollar. All the stuff in the trunk was found in it

June 12th, 2017 by admin

looks like the last time this car was on the road was a cross country drive going through Nebraska

the Kleenex box and the blanket were left in the car too

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one of the coolest cars at the San Marino car show today, was stored in a garage in 1958, under blankets, and left alone for nearly 60 years. It was originally won in a raffle, for a dollar. All the stuff in the trunk was found in it

SCCA Trans Am Boss 302 mods by Kar Kraft

December 22nd, 2016 by admin

The first step in Kar Kraft’s chassis preparation was minimising weight. Even though the SCCA rule book for the ’69 Trans-Am series specified a minimum weight of 2900 lbs for Group II 5.0 litre cars, the aim was to build the cars as light as possible and then bring them up to meet the minimum weight limit.

This was done by securing lead or steel ballast down low at various key points in the chassis, to move the car’s standard 55.9% front v 44.1% rear weight distribution nearer to the ideal 50/50 split.

This process of moving weight rearward was further enhanced by relocating the battery from the engine bay to the boot and discreetly lowering the engine by around 50mm and moving it back as far as the firewall would allow.

who is to blame? Drivers for unsafe speeds on slushy roads? Or telecom workers on the far side of a hill….? OR the maniac filming this instead of getting to the other side and slowing people down, warning them, and calling cops (which did happen, they took 30 minutes to arrive) to get involved to prevent more collisions?

December 18th, 2016 by admin

This has to be the most bonkers thing I’ve seen all week. All these locals OUGHT to know how dangerous it is to drive on this road, with slush on it.

But the situation is a danger magnet, and people in the ditch create looky loos, who either slow down to watch the people in the ditch or stop paying attention to the slower traffic ahead of them (truck at the end of the video) and run into others.

But the telecom workers ought to be freaked out by the number of people going off the road. They should NOT continue to be a part of the problem, and ought to get traffic control in place.

You decide… let me know in the comments if the telecom are at fault, or not. Anything you want to say after that is totally cool… but please start with “…. is to blame” or “…. is at fault, or not at fault.”

I’d like to tally the score on this one

Dash cam shows that this trucker could spot an avoid a head on collision before you can see the car on the video… check this out

April 22nd, 2015 by admin

2000 dollar towing bill, and 4 hours to get back on the road and driving. Better by far, than the other possibility… but proof that a dash cam is needed to backup your story when you have to explain to the boss what the hell happened.

was it a drunk driver? sleep deprived? or suicide by semi truck? That has happened a couple times last week.

https://www.facebook.com/corey.edwards.9440/videos/983204825047840/

got ran off the road this morning south of wright on hwy 59 no damage other then the 2K + tow bill and 4 hours to get me back on the road if any one knows this mustang heading for douglas let me know
Posted by Corey Edwards on Saturday, April 18, 2015

In the comments, you can read that the area is near a mining operation, and that this occurred near shift change. 7:15 am, on hwy 59, between Gillette and Casper Wyoming

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Dash cam shows that this trucker could spot an avoid a head on collision before you can see the car on the video… check this out

Alaska is cut off from a supply of gasoline, the Dalton Highway wasn’t built high enough to top high flood stage, and now it’s been impassable all week. The Governor declared a state of disaster. Because they ran out of gasoline

April 9th, 2015 by admin

The water was running over roughly 15 miles of the road in early April; at its peak, overflow ran 3 feet deep in some places, and froze over night.

Problems began March 13 when the Sagavanirktok, or Sag River, flowed over the highway in multiple locations between Mile 390 and Mile 405. The Dalton Highway is the only road link to the North Slope oil fields

At the request of DOT, Gov. Walker declared a state disaster Tuesday afternoon, the river flood waters affected roads since Sunday. The disaster declaration is the first Walker has made since taking office, spokesperson Grace Jang wrote.

The disaster declaration will allow DOT to “bring private contractors up to help,” Bailey said.

Peak of Achorage has been contracted to use Rolligon ATVs to bring in gas.

The disaster declaration gives DOT the ability to request federal highway funds, Zidek said. It also allows DOT to waive certain permitting requirements, enabling crews to work quickly to resolve the flooding.

Meanwhile, loads of cargo meant for the North Slope were backing up in Fairbanks. Aves Thompson, executive director of the Alaska Trucking Association, said Wednesday that road conditions have “slowed freight down to a trickle.”

“In Fairbanks now we estimate that there are 700 to 800 loads backed up,” Thompson said.

A note posted Tuesday afternoon on DOTPF’s road-conditions website said the highway remained closed between Mile 355 and Mile 414 due to “high winds, blowing snow, drifting snow, zero visibility, and the water that has breached the road.”

“Beginning March 13, the Sagavanirktok (Sag) River overflowed the Dalton Highway between Mile 390 and Mile 405 in multiple locations, with the overflow level as much as 30 inches higher than the road in some areas,” Walker’s statement read. “The magnitude of the event continues to expand.”

Aves Thompson, executive director of the Alaska Trucking Association, said Wednesday that the Sag River is usually covered by a 12-foot-deep ice sheet four to five miles wide in winter. Its early melting this year is the source of the water which has flooded the highway.

“Apparently, this is a phenomenon that hasn’t occurred in many of our lifetimes,” Thompson said. “There’s no place for the water to go but the road.”

https://www.adn.com/article/20150408/dalton-highway-ice-sheet-alaska-gov-walker-declares-disaster
http://www.newsminer.com/news/local_news/dalton-highway-closure-extended-alaska-governor-declares-disaster/article_4d036418-de28-11e4-98c0-57e34b57eb0e.html
http://www.ktuu.com/news/news/walker-declares-disaster-in-dalton-highway-flooding/32259130

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Alaska is cut off from a supply of gasoline, the Dalton Highway wasn’t built high enough to top high flood stage, and now it’s been impassable all week. The Governor declared a state of disaster. Because they ran out of gasoline

no daytime speed limit of Montana, what happened to that? Answer – one asshole cop (Ken Braidenbach) pulled over guy (Rudy Stanko) who challenged his speeding ticket for 85mph in an unsafe area

July 8th, 2014 by admin

Neither Nevada nor Montana had a daytime speed limit before before the the 1974 action that made 55 the federal speed limit… and when the double nickel was repealed in 1995 reverted to the original anything goes at your own risk… Rudy, who is easily found by Google due to his frequent legal problems was driving 85 mph. No big deal, I do it a lot. But he was in some area with no shoulders, narrow, and had frost heaves (according to the asshole cop qwho had to come up with some reason to arrest the driver) was hilly and curvy, and the cop and the judge who dissented from the majority of the rest of the judges on the case found that driving over hills and around curves is inherently unsafe because you can’t see over hills and around corners. Appearantly, the judge and cop never do so. Saints among us, just absolute angels. (assholes)

So driving on a 2 lane in March 1996, in a 1996 Camaro with new tires, in full daylight, with no traffic and no other discernable elements to make his 85mph “unsafe” caused an asshole cop to pull over the Camaro. Damn cliche!

You can read the entire case, and it’s effing great to read the legal brief that explains the appeal to the speeding ticket based on the vague nature of unconstitutional, but in brief, the cop, and the effing attorney general of the state of Montana could come up with no reason to arrest and ticket the driver Rudy. SO :

¶ 28 It is evident from the testimony in this case and the arguments to the Court that the average motorist in Montana would have no idea of the speed at which he or she could operate his or her motor vehicle on this State’s highways without violating Montana’s “basic rule” based simply on the speed at which he or she is traveling.   Furthermore, the basic rule not only permits, but requires the kind of arbitrary and discriminatory enforcement that the due process clause in general, and the void-for-vagueness doctrine in particular, are designed to prevent.   It impermissibly delegates the basic public policy of how fast is too fast on Montana’s highways to “policemen, judges, and juries for resolution on an ad hoc and subjective basis.”  Grayned, 408 U.S. at 109, 92 S.Ct. at 2299, 33 L.Ed.2d at 228. -

The best bike tricks I’ve seen in a long time, with Danny MaCaskill

February 6th, 2014 by admin

above, he is rolling backward, down the hill… until he decides to get back to two wheels… somewhere below that next bend in the road. I’ve never seen anything like it. Astonishing

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