It’s a Shelby Daytona Coupe … I’d have risked going down with the ship to save that car.
I’m not exaggerating— probably 80% of the business case studies I studied in business school were about just this sort of short- sighted thinking where an executive decided to take safety and/or quality shortcuts to save a couple of bucks and it bit them in the rear. This is, literally, Business 101.
BMW drivers dream to have this level of asshat parking job
Your first sentence is right.
Man, these guys really won’t defend anything.
Waiting for the “few bad apples” comments from people who don’t know the rest of the phrase.
Also willing to bet Google didn’t get shut down romantically by her.
In the sense Google (hopefully) doesn’t have access to an indivdual’s home address, phone number, height, weight and legal history unless they have a significant public profile....yeah its pretty fucking different. Also Google doesnt work with this lady, carry a gun and she certainly isn’t relying for Google for…
Nice wax job, rook.
“...it led to harassment from fellow officers and on one occasion led to other officers refusing to provide backup.”
Shades of Serpico, anyone? That whole department needs to be cleaned out, top to bottom.
Ah, so THIS is what all those “never google yourself, try this instead” ads are for
My mind went to the OG hood parkour.
Bone hugs in harmony.
I hate when Grand Theft Auto starts lagging out and the streets are filled with the same couple cars.
This isn’t commuting to work, this is braking from 200+, cornering on the limits of grips, and putting massive stress through the tires for nearly the entire stint. The difference a few PSI can make, especially with the other tires at different settings can at best, unbalance the car and at worst, cause a dangerous…
So they forgot to run the TPMS re-learn procedure after rotating the tires? Can’t say that has ever happened to me before.
This wouldn’t have happened if they used a digital tire gau...oh.