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August 06, 2022


Video Shows Lamborghini Urus Speed Through Stop Sign, T-Bone Car, Fly Into Roof of Home, Catch Fire

(Thanks to Barry Nester)


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And you people keep demanding flying cars! Careful what you wish for.

Do the make cars out of T-bone steaks now?

You had a fast car
Is was fast enough we can fly away?
So I remember when we were driving, soaring in your car
Speed so fast, I felt like I was drunk
City lights lay out before us
And your arm felt nice wrapped 'round my shoulder
And I-I, had a feeling that I was on the roof
I-I had a feeling I could be someone, be someone, be airborne

Actually, he is the one who was T-boned.

Exciting things such as this never seem to happen in Flathead County. Of course, the only Lamborghinis we see are passing through at a high rate of speed.

We do, however, have a Delorean that is owned by a physics professor at Flathead U. But it hasn't been seen lately as it's undergoing some sort of renovations.

Yawn! This happens on Miami Beach so regularly that it doesn't even make the news.

Back in the 70's, this is what a 'speeding' hopped up driver looked like just before going airborne.

You don't suppose this is the same guy who wrecked his auto-auction supercar because he couldn't drive a stick? So he rents a Lambo while the other car is in the shop...


Too bad he didn't get out and take a bow. That would have at least shown a little class.

I blame James May.

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