Saturday, October 4, 2008


Since Brad (i cant believe he remembered this) told me he thinks its more difficult to talk about something positive, i will. But first, I'm gonna deliver what I promised. Headlights on cars. I hate headlights on modern cars. You cant turn them off at all. I don't even think its possible. Its a nuisance. You know how around Christmas people go to light presentations, such as Santa's Magical Kingdom? Of course you do, unless you live in some 3rd world hellhole where they probably don't even have lights. But if you do, get off of here before Fidel or Kim Jong Ill has you executed, seriously, go. And good work on getting electricity or at least enough hamsters, to your home, which is probably made of plywood, because real wood, goes completely into manufacturing poor quality AK-47's for your pathetic "armies" and what metal you have, mostly crappy imitation soda cans, goes into making "tanks" for our soldiers (real ones) to target practice on. I didn't know Coca Cola (or whatever cheap imitation you have of it) helped build crappy soviet export models that probably couldn't fire more than 3 feet if they were fully maintained for a change. But if theirs a war, our soldiers will just shoot your poor quality imitations of 40 and 50 year old soviet technology made from recycled garbage with BB guns. If that's a T-72 then Michael Jackson still has a career. Anyway
because of headlights that don't turn off, light presentations are severely impaired. and of course theirs always that idiot with his brights on but whatever. On a positive side, it makes great excuses for poachers. Even though their trucks are 20 years old, probably have home air conditioning units mounted in the back of the cab and can turn their lights off. I know that was more me taking shots at 3rd world "militaries" than me talking about headlights on cars, but oh well, accept it. O yea, I think B-rad should start his own blog just saying.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Ramblin' Rose:

I've seen several late-model truck owners turn off their day-time running lights by depressing the parking brake just enough to engage the pedal without contacting pad to brake. I wonder if this works for the automatic night lights you speak of?

In the meantime, I suppose car and truck manufacturers value the idiot-proof safety of their customers over their enjoyment of Christmas spirit! What monsters!

And as far as MY own blog goes... I don't think anyone really wants to hear what I have to say. That's why I come to your blog to comment. You HAVE to read what I write! Thanx for the post!!!

-Cuz n' Effect