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Re: Video of the day

Postby PornstarSR » September 26th, 2011, 12:18 am



Ok that's pretty cool.
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Re: Video of the day

Postby Johnpop » September 26th, 2011, 9:23 pm

That is sweet! 86 cheated... they gave it better slide angles. hahaha
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Re: Video of the day

Postby krammitthefrog » September 28th, 2011, 8:45 am

*starts car*

peace bitches!
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Re: Video of the day

Postby hachi-roku_fan » October 24th, 2011, 8:14 pm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BzTRTQkmHpU

Awesomeness

Edit: Not so awesomeness is the fact that I can't embed for some reason

EDIT EDIT: Sweet I'm not as stupid as I thought I was
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Re: Video of the day

Postby hachi-roku_fan » October 25th, 2011, 11:08 am


Wow they aren't fucking around
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Re: Video of the day

Postby krammitthefrog » October 27th, 2011, 9:45 pm

what a waste...

not that i agree with street racing, but what a waste of resources. why not give the car to someone who can use it? at least then its not just another pile of trash.

have a lottery that pulls a random name from people who have no speeding tickets.

sounds fair to me?
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Re: Video of the day

Postby Andrevas » November 7th, 2011, 8:05 am

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Re: Video of the day

Postby hachi-roku_fan » November 8th, 2011, 9:05 pm

That was pretty cool even though the driver took out a few people sometimes hahah
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Re: Video of the day

Postby Mrwassman » November 10th, 2011, 11:45 pm

krammitthefrog wrote:what a waste...

not that i agree with street racing, but what a waste of resources. why not give the car to someone who can use it? at least then its not just another pile of trash.

have a lottery that pulls a random name from people who have no speeding tickets.

sounds fair to me?


Yeah, this kind of bullshit is absolutely infuriating. You call that sustainable? That is like shitting in your own mouth.
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Re: Video of the day

Postby PornstarSR » November 13th, 2011, 12:45 pm

Today's vehicles are around 95 percent recyclable, which means that the car you are driving today will eventually be a part of many other products in the future. Unfortunately, the percentage of recycled products used in cars is not as high. Ford uses up to 25 percent recycled materials in its vehicles, while Volkswagen uses up to 40 percent. Those totals are expected to grow as automakers and suppliers explore new ways to incorporate recycled products into auto manufacturing. Many parts and products for today's cars use recycled materials or are reused.


Although, the idea seems brash. The modern car is made up of a decent amount of recycled material form old civics and crown Victoria's. It's not super high numbers, but that isf is metal and plastic and will probably make its way back into your next car.

I don't see it as wasting a resource when you can reuse it, it's not the resources fault companies don't use more recycled material. But just because it doesn't make it into your next car, doesn't mean it isn't reused elsewhere. It will be reused, just maybe not in the auto industry. Hell you could have a microwave with isf aluminum in it by next year! Imagine the jdm fan boys you can tweak by saying that!

I understand the frustration with watching a car being squashed for pretty much no reason, but would you say the same if you saw a 1983 ford escort getting squashed? Doubt you would
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Re: Video of the day

Postby hachi-roku_fan » November 26th, 2011, 11:02 pm

Dont know if I like it as much as before, looks wierd

I like the Genesis better

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Re: Video of the day

Postby Mrwassman » January 7th, 2012, 9:26 pm

PornstarSR wrote:
Today's vehicles are around 95 percent recyclable, which means that the car you are driving today will eventually be a part of many other products in the future. Unfortunately, the percentage of recycled products used in cars is not as high. Ford uses up to 25 percent recycled materials in its vehicles, while Volkswagen uses up to 40 percent. Those totals are expected to grow as automakers and suppliers explore new ways to incorporate recycled products into auto manufacturing. Many parts and products for today's cars use recycled materials or are reused.


Although, the idea seems brash. The modern car is made up of a decent amount of recycled material form old civics and crown Victoria's. It's not super high numbers, but that isf is metal and plastic and will probably make its way back into your next car.

I don't see it as wasting a resource when you can reuse it, it's not the resources fault companies don't use more recycled material. But just because it doesn't make it into your next car, doesn't mean it isn't reused elsewhere. It will be reused, just maybe not in the auto industry. Hell you could have a microwave with isf aluminum in it by next year! Imagine the jdm fan boys you can tweak by saying that!

I understand the frustration with watching a car being squashed for pretty much no reason, but would you say the same if you saw a 1983 ford escort getting squashed? Doubt you would



You know it isn't the material it is the process.
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Re: Video of the day

Postby Mrwassman » January 7th, 2012, 9:32 pm

83 escort = used up
New car = ...

Everything has a projected lifespan, blah blah blah, the power that went into making that car was just crushed before the car could be used for years to come only to have that same process happen again for no reason.

I see your side Seth, but you know this is a waste of a new car
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