I ordered some items from a company in New Jersey. Apparently it was too much for them to handle as they shipped the package short two items with varying quantities despite being given a typed and number list.
I called to inquire about the missing items and was met with rudeness. I was instructed to email part numbers this time (as if numbers in a different array would prove to be less challenging to the dim witted fellow on the other end of the line). I did so and this is the result. Enjoy, I did.
Two turn tables and a microphone…
Eric Beck color study.
Concept long coupe and sports coupe for Caddilac.
Once upon a time two people loved each other and ordered a baby from the stork. After months of waiting their child was delivered on Friday the 13th. He had pecs the size of watermelons. His hair was long and his care was short. He was cooler than everybody else, but not so cool that he was unapproachable. This child grew up and became a man. Instead of using his pecs for evil he used them for good. To build the coolest cars on the planet and help others do the same.
His name is Jonny and today is his berfday. Happy Friday the 13th J-Ru.
This will be a largely unpopular post.
If you are old enough to remember 9/11 you may remember in the following months and weeks mixed reactions to the information presented. Two wars later we have a large number of people dead that did not need to die.
False flag operations are covert operations designed to deceive the public in such a way that the operations appear as though they are being carried out by other entities. …
9/11 – about 3,000
Afghanistan – about 2,000
Iraq – about 4,448
These numbers are American citizens ONLY. It does not include the wounded, coalition forces, Afghans, Iraqis, or any non US citizens.
Even today the explanation for 9/11 is shaky at best. The explanation for the subsequent wars even more so. Human life is precious, no matter the race. So today we remember those that passed and those that are scarred in any way shape or form as a result of September 11, 2001. However use critical thinking when being presented with information by anyone. It may very well save lives.