I LOVE driving my gas guzzling SUV, with the windows down, blasting The Games 'State of Emergency', sitting at a stop light nodding my head, with my LA hat turned just a smidge to the right. and I look daaaaaamn good too..
oh wait, i have FLEX fuel.....
your talking about those SUV moms that can't see over the steering wheel talking on their cell phone's with there little rat dogs in there lap. that causes them to have suddenly cross 3 lanes of traffic without any indication.
in that case I love when gas-guzzling POS's fall into sinkholes. :twisted:
The linkBEIJING – Floods caused by heavy rains in northeastern China stranded tens of thousands of residents without power Wednesday, as the worst flooding in more than a decade continued to besiege many areas of the country.
Floods this year have killed at least 928 people with 477 missing and caused tens of billions of dollars in damage, the State Flood Control and Drought Prevention office reported. More heavy rains were expected for the southeast, southwest and northeast parts of the country through Thursday.
About 30,000 residents in Kouqian town were trapped in their homes after torrential rains drenched the northeastern province of Jilin on Wednesday, the official Xinhua News Agency reported. Water began flooding the town after the nearby Xingshan Reservoir and the Wende and Songhua rivers overflowed and rescue crews were delivering supplies by boat and moving people to higher ground, state television reported.
The sun may be about to put on a colorful light show.
That's because of two minor solar storms that flared on Sunday and are shooting tons of plasma directly at Earth.
Scientists said residents of northern regions — from Maine to Michigan and anywhere farther north around the globe — may see unusual northern lights.