love this video:
love this video:
he he. that line just kept going!
I saw this posted in commuting, living car free, or A&S the other day. It's crazy what people will do for that stuff!
The saddest part of that is most of the cars in that line were SUVs or Trucks. That's Texas for ya, every dill-hole around has to drive a huge vehicle by themselves to show off how masculine they are.
I'd love to have seen this video in it's entirety, however the music made that completely impossible.
I'd rather have a bottle in front of me than a frontal lobotomy.
Actually that was in Atlanta. The whole part of the country is having gas shortages. We here in Texas actually had our prices drop since Ike.
Hey lemme bring two kids, my wife, and some pies over to my old friend's house that's 20 miles away, I'll just hop on my trusty bicycle and everything will be A-OK!
Hey lemme go grab a six pack from the store 2 miles away. I'll just hop in my 5000 lb. Tahoe and everything will be A-OK!
"That is correct, infidel. Muahahahaha!"
Non sequitur.Yep, I'd get into a car if it was two miles away, too, if I was in the burbs. You've been in the city too long, killer.
You also probably don't race bikes either.
Wasn't there a free gas promotion put on by a gas station in Atlanta?
at least it wasn't a "this bike is a pipe bomb" song.
i can only listen to so much of them
once you go tarck, you never go barck
why do Americans call fuel 'gas'
IT'S NOT GAS IT IS LIQUID NOT GAS NOT COMPRESSABLE ITS LIQUID LIQUID LIQUID NOT GAS.
At least we pronounce aluminum correctly. Sheesh
I'm not one for fawning over bicycles, but I do believe that our bikes communicate with us, and what this bike is saying is, "You're an idiot." BikeSnobNYC