A blog (mostly) about the auto industry, by an engineer who works in it.
wow. the "hicks" certainly got what they deserved. I applaud the yuppies' restraint. I wonder what kind of pathology allows hillbilly morons like that to hate people just because they have a shiny new BMW convertible, and then chase them down for 6 minutes. A rational person might have calmed down. The internet seems to provide its own form of justice. steve-o
Texas Pretend Law #1 - Never bring pretend munitions to a gun fight.Texas Pretend Law #2 - If it ain't a Ford, Chevy or Dodge, don't pretend it's a truck.Texas Pretend Law #3 - If you're wearing pansy-assed shorts, don't pretend your tough.Texas Pretend Law #4 - If you disobey pretend laws 1-3, bring a real present to the party.
Re: "I wonder what kind of pathology allows hillbilly morons like that to hate people just because they have a shiny new BMW convertible, and then chase them down for 6 minutes"Simple answer - incest
Is it me or does the fat 'hick' look a LOT like actor Oliver Platt?
I think this is amazing, I am the Tundra driver in the video, and when we made this video we had no idea there would be such a positive reception. First, I'd like to let the cat out of the bag....YES ITS A FAKE. Totally staged, not scripted, off the cuff, and the crappy parts were deleted. Second, Hicks drive Imports. Third, Yes it was filmed in Canada. I'd like to thank everybody for their comments, it really made making the film worthwhile, but to reiterate, it definitely was a fake. If you have any further interest, you can look at wittkopp.net, and thanks again.
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