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Apr 1st 2008 5:05AM ee-gawds! Was this pict taken before or after the crash?
Feb 6th 2008 6:23PM oh goody, another completely non-memorable, boring, unnameable car?suv? vehicle from GM. ble
Feb 2nd 2008 3:50AM ha, a specially formed "200,000 mile club"? Hell, my 4Runner wasnt really even broken in properly till 150,000, and now its at 220,000....and thats not even exceptional for that model!
Jan 13th 2008 11:46PM I actually saw one of these babies parked in the parking lot of a safeway in vallejo today. It was beautiful! All black and sexy like. Lady inside couldnt give me the time of day, and I couldnt wait around long enough to speak with the driver, but it was still awesome!
Dec 15th 2007 9:28PM I started scoping out some of the places that you have mentioned on Google Earth. I tried to find the former hut of Kim Il Sung in Mangyongdae, but the only results I got were for the amusement park there. I was trying to see if I could see the long line of people. Failing that, I jumped over to the Monument you visited in this post. In the video there are many people and whole banks of flowers. On Google Earth, the resolution is good enough to see a smattering of people, but not the brightly colored flowers. The sat picture might be from a time of year without flowers or some other explanation, but barring that, the lack of flowers and crowds might back up your idea that the entire thing was a big show. Check if out for yourself, you might be able to find some other evidence. Great posts, I really enjoy reading them, keep it up!
Sep 14th 2007 4:59PM shweet tv. would be a great add to my dorm :P
Sep 14th 2007 4:58PM iphone please! thanks a ton engadget, awesome stuff
Sep 14th 2007 4:56PM camera please! my last one puked a CCD :( thanks!
Sep 6th 2007 10:16PM eck. Looks like the unwanted love child between a Veyron/Audi R8 with that swoop behind the doors and a Porsche Cayenne with the hood. Over all ugly little critter
Aug 29th 2007 2:03PM Vietnam is nuts! I was there this summer, and instead of turn signals, the scooterdudes (as we called em) just lean on the horn and go for it. The rule of the road there seems to be that the right of way goes to the vehicle of greatest mass. Crazy traffic, but not a single collision