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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by 0xsergy, Aug 4, 2013.
Another day in my job as a race track cleaner in Automation, today I found some... unusual debris
Just some screenshots
Guys i just got a new car model in 1:43 scale!
Not an accurate representation of Montreal in the 70s, it needs more just watch me, and other stuff that happened in Quebec in the early 70s
OT: Vice City, 1987
i really dont know what to say about this
Nah, you're just missing these:
I have too many configs
Tom: You know, I really like Texas. I just wish there were people that spoke in the Yankee/Boston accents here. Also, don't buy the Porkgrind Nation. It's not a good car.
Bob: Tom, what the hell is so great about Texas? New York is way better.
Tom: Are you kidding? Texas is great, it's not all crowded like New York is. Don't get me wrong, I love the Boston/New York accent, but I'm sure there's people like that in Texas. Also, you can drive in Texas. Good luck driving in New York. Driving in New York is like trying to break a house with one finger. You can't do it.
Bob: You can drive in New York too, even though there's more traffic. Besides, aren't there rednecks in Texas?
Tom: Well, I'm sure there's far more rednecks in Alabama then there are in Texas. Anyways, I got a 1963 Gavril Bluebuck Roadsport and it's much better then that damn Porkgrind car.
Bob: What's so bad about the '60 Porkgrind Nation. I think it's a decent car.
Tom: No, it's not. It handles like a damn toddler and it's slow. As for the Roadsport. Now that's a decent car. Why the hell would anyone wanna drive a car called Porkgrind? I mean, seriously. Who the hell comes up with that name? Was the car built by a damn slaughterhouse? Anyways, the damn car isn't useful and it sucks. I'm sure military veterans and college kids would hate riding in the damn thing. But anyways, this is a sexy car.
As they say, that special day happens once every year. And today is just that for me: