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Illegal - Street Racing Cars ~ Grease n Gasoline

Illegal - Street Racing Cars ~ Grease n Gasoline | Car Repairment | Scoop.it

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HI-RES IMAGES OF Illegal - Street Racing Cars
~ Grease n Gasoline http://tinyurl.com/d7dxycr Illegal - Street Racing Cars list

2005 Aston Martin DB9

2007 Ferrari 599

2009 Lamborghini Gallardo

2009 Audi R82012 Nissan GT-R

2010 Lamborghini Gallardo

2010 Lamborghini Gallardo

2010 Nissan GT-R2010 Nissan GT-R

2010 Maserati GranTurismo

2010 Maserati GranTurismo

2011 Mercedes SL63 AMG


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Anthony's comment, December 10, 2012 2:23 PM
All of these cars are very high quality. They are very expensive. The way they are street racing must be very insane getting those type of cars. The biggests cars in the states are subarus, Most illegal racers would be driving in a 4 cylider rather then a 12 cylinder Lamborghini,.
nick's curator insight, March 5, 2014 9:32 AM

#7a. with cars getting faster and faster there are increased numbers of people illigally street racing even though most of these are more high end cars there are younger people getting there hands on these fast cars which are causing an outrage in the streest but these people are geting caught and the conequences are getting woorse when you get cought and for this is hopfully a warnihg to the street racers but these are usualy the better looking cars. 

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Japan officials: Missing bolts may have caused tunnel collapse - CNN.com

Japan officials: Missing bolts may have caused tunnel collapse - CNN.com | Car Repairment | Scoop.it
The mangled wrecks of cars being carried out of Japan's Sasago Tunnel suggest there was little motorists could do to escape the sudden collapse of the ceiling above them.
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2008 BMW M3 Base, $40,987 - Cars.com

2008 BMW M3 Base, $40,987 - Cars.com | Car Repairment | Scoop.it
Listed on Cars.com, a Used Alpine White 2008 BMW M3 Base for $40,987 (Looking at this car tomorrow!
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Anthony's comment, November 27, 2012 2:43 PM
Very expensive car because it is used. But very nice, and clean looking car
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mobile car mechanic Minneapolis

If you are looking for any mobile mechanic Minneapolis arrive at you and repair your car or truck, you've come to the absolute right place because Mobile Mechanic Pros is undisputed the most effective in the industry! But do not take our word instead watch our customer testimonial videos. Avoid the hassles of dropping your off our car and being overcharged by BIG auto shops. Instead of wasting time and cash call mobile car repair Minneapolis a company build on delivering convenience at affordable prices.


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Turn Up The Tunes By Touching Your Car Seat

Turn Up The Tunes By Touching Your Car Seat | Car Repairment | Scoop.it
Smart fabric aims to bring the touch screen experience to your upholstery.

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Deckchair fight on sinking Titanic

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The human population of the Earth today is analogous to the passengers on the ‘unsinkable’ Titanic. Due to a combination of arrogance and hubris it was considered ‘too big to fail’; and where have we heard that before?…

 

Firstly, the big machine of the Titanic is like the huge system that is modern civilisation today. The Titanic had huge momentum and could not quickly turn away from disaster [even if the wheel was turned the right way].

 

Secondly, it carried First, Second and Third Class passengers, which are analogous to citizens of Developed, Emerging, and Less Developed economies; wherein the poorest will be the worst affected by climate change [only 25% of Third Class passengers survived - compared with 60% of First Class].

 

Thirdly, we can now see the iceberg [i.e. anthropogenic climate disruption (ACD)] very clearly but, even so, we cannot turn away from it because of the political momentum of our fossil fuel based systems.

 

There are too many people making money out of the system the way the system works right now. Those people are in control and until they relinquish control and/or turn the wheel [the right way] we are not going to avoid hitting the iceberg…

 

When we hit it, the rich will still maintain their access to land, food and water; whereas the poorest will lose it…

 

This story [of the Titanic] will always fascinate people because it is such a perfect analogy for our current predicament.

 

In an essay by Gail Tverberg, who writes the Our Finite World blog. On her About page, Gail describes herself as… “an actuary interested in finite world issues – oil depletion, natural gas depletion, water shortages, and climate change.”


In 1992, the World got together and agreed to start trying to reduce carbon dioxide emissions.

 

We failed. Since 2002, global emissions have accelerated.

 

For decades, people have dismissed the idea that oil production might peak soon as foolish nonsense. It is not dismissed as such today.

 

Today, Peak Oil is a reality; one that is driving global economic stagnation.


Echoing the points made by Dr Samuel Alexander of the Simplicity Institute, Gail highlights the Perfect Storm of problems arising from the urgent need to decarbonise our economies; and the fact that many of the things we need to do to achieve that ultimate goal will require fossil fuel to be used.

 

Echoing the points made by Garrett Hardin in his 1968 ‘ Tragedy of the Commons’ paper, Gail highlights the essential need for a global solution, globally implemented (because otherwise those who do not implement the solution will gain an economic advantage over those that do).


And so Gail goes on…http://ourfiniteworld.com/2012/11/20/climate-change-the-standard-fixes-dont-work/


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Why Good Writing Is Essential For Business

Why Good Writing Is Essential For Business | Car Repairment | Scoop.it

Mark Twain once noted that “to get the right word in the right place is a rare achievement.”

 

I find it hard to believe the author of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn considered writing a struggle (though he must have--he also said, "Writing is easy. All you have to do is cross out the wrong words.") Today, with so many publishing platforms, many people fancy themselves writers. But I know how difficult it is, even for those responsible for writing, tweeting, and speaking on behalf of companies, to find the right words and the right place for them. Good writing is, indeed, all too rare.

 

Cranking out masterful writing that is crisp, stirring, and grammatically spot-on is hard--really hard. Still, as a communicator, I want to see writing that inspires me. However, the reality is different. Major news organizations have sent copyeditors packing to save money and to enable writers to publish quickly. People are encouraged to package thoughts in 140 characters or less and express themselves--OMG--in cutesy shorthand. Even Twain--who championed the use of simple language, short words, and brief sentences--would be appalled.

 

Twain died more than 100 years ago, but he is on my mind because I recently joined the board of the Mark Twain House and Museum. This organization has preserved and opened the doors of Mark Twain’s home in Hartford, Conn., and is also focused on helping students of all ages appreciate the qualities of great prose and storytelling.

 

This is especially important in business today. There are many vehicles, outlets, and opportunities for great brand storytelling. To make the best use of them, companies need writers who understand narrative, style, and voice. And to do that, they need to support the good writers they employ and foster the development of good writing skills among others.

 

How to do that? Here are my tips.

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Anthony's comment, November 29, 2012 2:13 PM
This is very true. Because with good technique and knowing how to write properly will attract more people. If you type with very poor grammar you will not attract, but possibly annoy and/or bother people.
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Two Seriously Injured When Tractor Trailer Hits Two Cars

Two Seriously Injured When Tractor Trailer Hits Two Cars | Car Repairment | Scoop.it
Two people were seriously injured in a crash that tied up traffic on a busy highway in Trigg County, Kentucky overnight.
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Google Maps Car Transporter

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How do Google Maps cars get from one location to another without being turned on? They go on a car transporter truck.
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Anthony's comment, November 20, 2012 2:41 PM
I feel like if you would use google maps for that it would not be a good thing because what if it gets different routes and a different destination.