it’s an AWD car
Very creative and very educational.
RIP, away messages and buddy lists.
Witness America in all its greased-up glory.
it’s an AWD car
There’s a difference between Iraq and Benghazi. Iraq was a known war zone in a time of war and people were expected to die. Benghazi was the scene of a coordinated terrorist attack launched against what is, essentially, American soil.. in a non-war zone and during peace time, mind you. POTUS left those men to die, purposely.. then covered it up, willfully.. then lied about it, absolutely.
that was uber cool! not to worry about the people knocking it.. that’s just jealousy and a lack or creativity talking.
is it bacon? yes.. EAT IT!
@liveforever365.. the only problem with “all that ‘Land of the free, home of the brave’ shit?!” is when radical groups and or individuals use their freedoms that are guaranteed to them in this country to subvert those of the men, women and children next to them. the fulfillment of one’s civil rights should never infringe upon the fulfillment of their neighbor’s same rights, but that very action has been perpetrated on the people of this country in various ways by members of the right and the left, all in the name of “tolerance”.
way different than the Sonic commercials she usually stars in. Molly Erdman.. look her up.
as a Rangers fan, I was watching this in real time. the collective gasp from the fans on the first base line was chilling. believe me, if you’d actually been watching and experienced the gravity of the moment, you wouldn’t have laughed. on a side note, it was encouraging to see our players and Cleveland’s players bowed on the field, in prayer. I’m glad they broadcast those images, instead of those of the man actually falling.
@Jamee - #11 is an ad featuring Chinese people. in other words, “laundrymen”
nothing wrong with a little Southern ingenuity
It was funny and original when Steve Levy did it the first time, back in the 90’s. This time, it was obvious and lame.