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  1. ARH are good. Had mine on for 2 years with not a problem. "knock on wood"
  2. I don't even know what to think of this. Probably doesn't matter given the whole Diamler Fiat bullshit that has happened the last 20 years or so.
  3. ^^^^^^^^^^^^ http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/one-dead-and-19-injured-as-car-strikes-crowds-along-route-of-white-nationalist-rally-in-charlottesville-two-police-die-in-helicopter-crash/ar-AApUdhF?li=BBnb7Kz CHARLOTTESVILLE — Chaos and violence turned to tragedy Saturday as hundreds of white nationalists, neo-Nazis and Ku Klux Klan members — planning to stage what they described as their largest rally in decades to “take America back” — clashed with counterprotesters in the streets and a car plowed into crowds, leaving one person dead and 19 others injured. Hours later, two state police officers died when their helicopter crashed at the outskirts of town. Officials identified them as Berke M.M. Bates of Quinton, Va., who was the pilot, and H. Jay Cullen of Midlothian, Va., who was a passenger. State police said their Bell 407 helicopter was assisting with the unrest in Charlottesville. Bates died one day before his 41st birthday; Cullen was 48. Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D), who had declared a state of emergency in the morning, said at an evening news conference that he had a message for “all the white supremacists and the Nazis who came into Charlottesville today: Go home. You are not wanted in this great commonwealth.” Subscribe to the Post's Must Reads newsletter: Compelling stories you can't afford to miss Maurice Jones, Charlottesville’s African American city manager, looked stricken as he spoke. “Hate came to our town today in a way that we had feared but we had never really let ourselves imagine would,” he said. State and local officials declined to take reporters’ questions and abruptly left after making statements. In an emergency meeting Saturday evening, the Charlottesville City Council voted unanimously to give police the power to enact a curfew or otherwise restrict assembly as necessary to protect public safety. Video recorded at the scene of the car crash shows a 2010 gray Dodge Challenger accelerating into crowds on a pedestrian mall, sending bodies flying — and then reversing at high speed, hitting yet more people. Witnesses said the street was filled with people opposed to the white nationalists who had come to town bearing Confederate flags and anti-Semitic epithets. A 32-year-old woman was killed, according to police, who said they were investigating the crash as a criminal homicide. The driver of the Challenger, James Alex Fields Jr., 20, of Ohio, was arrested and charged with one count of second-degree murder, three counts of malicious wounding, and one count of hit-and-run attended failure to stop with injury, police said. He is being held without bail and is scheduled to be arraigned Monday, Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail Superintendent Martin Kumer said. Records show Fields last lived in Maumee, Ohio, about 15 miles southwest of Toledo. Fields’s father was killed by a drunk driver a few months before the boy’s birth, according to an uncle who spoke on the condition of anonymity. His father left him money that the uncle kept in a trust until Fields reached adulthood. “When he turned 18, he demanded his money, and that was the last I had any contact with him,” the uncle said. Fields, he said, grew up mostly in Northern Kentucky, where he’d been raised by a single mother who was a paraplegic. The uncle, who saw Fields mostly at family gatherings, described his nephew as “not really friendly, more subdued.”
  4. http://www.bradenton.com/news/local/article166418052.html A man died after crash in Myakka City By Sara Nealeigh snealeigh@bradenton.com A 1997 Chevrolet was traveling eastbound on S.R. 70 just east of Robinson Road. A 2015 Dodge Challenger was traveling westbound on S.R. 70 also near Robinson Road when the 23-year-old driver of the Chevrolet drifted across the center lane line and struck the Challenger, according to FHP. The Challenger rotated after the impact, stopping in a ditch on the north side of the highway. The driver, 37-year-old Adam Absher, was pronounced dead at the scene. The Chevrolet rotated and overturned, stopping in a ditch on the north side of the road and the driver was ejected from a rear window, according to FHP. The driver suffered serious injuries and was taken to the hospital. Pethybridge said the scene of the crash was littered with car parts. The Dodge was destroyed. “It was a horrible thing to see,” Pethybridge said, as she was there when Absher died. “It was devastating to see, it was a young life.” It is unclear why the vehicle did not maintain its lane. The crash remains under investigation. Read more here: http://www.bradenton.com/news/local/article166418052.html#storylink=cpy
  5. http://www.dailyherald.com/news/20170809/police-chase-ends-in-fiery-crash-outside-volo-auto-museum A speeding driver's attempt to elude Wauconda police ended when his car crashed and caught fire Wednesday morning just outside the Volo Auto Museum, authorities said. Wauconda Police Chief David Wermes said 22-year-old Dakota Eckmann, a Wauconda resident, faces numerous charges, including attempting to flee police and possession of drug paraphernalia, as a result of the chase. Wermes said the pursuit began about 9 a.m. after one of his officers saw Eckmann driving 84 mph north on Route 12, which is a 55 mph zone. The officer attempted a traffic stop, but Eckmann did not pull over, Wermes said. Instead, he wove in and out of traffic before making a left turn on Volo Village Road, he said. When the officer turned onto Volo Village Road, Wermes said, he saw Eckmann had crashed into a utility pole near the museum, near routes 12 and 120 in Volo. Museum photographer Rick Schultz said he heard the end of the chase and took photos of the aftermath. "We heard the sirens and then there was an orange blur," Schultz said. "When it crashed there wasn't a lot of metal on metal and glass breaking. It was more of a thump when he hit the pole." The Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat caught fire after the crash, and the officer rushed in to pull Eckmann from the wreckage, Wermes said. The Wauconda Fire District arrived to put out the fire. Eckmann was taken to a nearby hospital with injuries that were not life-threatening, and he was later released to police custody. He's charged with two felony counts of aggravated fleeing a police officer, and single counts of driving more than 21 mph over the speed limit, reckless driving, driving on the shoulder, speeding and possession of drug paraphernalia.
  6. That is kick ass. How long did that take to set up?
  7. http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/local/article165734042.html Two people were killed when a car ran into a tree early Sunday in north Charlotte, police said. Larry Lee Lockhart Jr. was heading south in a 2012 Dodge Challenger on Hubbard Road near Haybridge Road when his car left the road, slid down an embankment and hit a tree on the passenger side. Lockhart, 40, and his passenger, 42-year-old Tabitha Denise Staton, were both killed. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police have determined that speed played a role in the crash, and police are investigating to determine whether alcohol was also involved. The investigation has found that Staton was wearing her seatbelt, but Lockhart was not. Read more here: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/local/article165734042.html#storylink=cpy
  8. http://www.krem.com/news/local/grant-county/wilson-creek-man-killed-in-single-vehicle-crash/462373551 GRANT COUNTY, Wash ---A 47-year-old Wilson Creek man killed in single vehicle roll-over crash, Saturday evening. Thomas Veenstra was driving a 2016 Dodge Challenger which crashed sometime Saturday late afternoon or evening, on Road Q-Northeast south of Road 25-Northeast. He died at the scene. Veenstra’s family notified sheriff’s deputies around eight p.m. Saturday that Veenstra had taken the Challenger out for a drive but had not returned after several hours. Deputies searched the Wilson Creek area and later found the crash scene. Veenstra’s body is in the care of Coronoer Craig Morrison whose staff will conduct an autopsy. Deputies from the Sheriff’s Motor Traffic Unit believe the Challenger was traveling at high speed when Veenstra lost control, struck a roadside embankment and rolled, coming to rest on its top. Veenstra was not wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash.
  9. http://www.texomashomepage.com/news/local-news/two-arrested-in-highway-287-marijuana-bust/779014322 Two men were arrested after Wichita Co. deputies said they were caught transporting a large amount of marijuana on a Texas highway. Deputies said they made the traffic stop because John Farrell Conner was driving a Dodge Challenger on the shoulder of Highway 287. His passenger, David Tyler Seals was also arrested. According to the arrest affidavit, deputies suspected criminal activity and asked Conner to sit in the patrol car. When they requested to search the vehicle they said Conner told them to ask Seals. Seals refused the request but they said a DPS K-9 alerted to the presence of drugs in the Dodge Charger. Deputies said the probable cause search revealed vacuum sealed packages of marijuana and liquid THC hidden in various compartments. They said they intercepted more than 56 pounds of marijuana and about 38 pounds of liquid THC. Conner and Seals were arrested and booked into the Wichita Co. Jail. They are charged with possession of marijuana over 50 pounds, under 2,000 pounds and possession of a controlled substance over 400 grams. They have both bonded out of jail.
  10. http://www.longisland.com/news/07-28-17/officials-three-year-old-child-struck-and-killed-by-motorist-in-hempstead.html Hempstead, NY - July 28, 2017 - The Homicide Squad is investigating a Fatal Pedestrian and Vehicle Collision that occurred on Thursday, July 27, 2017 at 9:04 pm in Hempstead. According to detectives, defendant George J. Graydon, 31, of Hempstead, was driving a 2017 Dodge Challenger eastbound through the rear parking lot of 70 Maple Avenue. A three year old male victim was playing on the sidewalk and ran out in front of the vehicle. The driver did stop and attempted to render aid. The victim, Qualique McDaniels was transported to Mercy Medical Center where he was pronounced deceased at 9:40 pm by hospital staff. It was determined that defendant Graydon was driving with a suspended driver’s license. He was placed under arrest at scene. Defendant Graydon is being charged with Aggravated Unlicensed Operation of a Motor Vehicle. He will be arraigned on Friday, July 28, 2017 at First District Court, Hempstead. The investigation is ongoing.
  11. what the fuck just happened?
  12. Damn ^^^^
  13. People never cease to amaze me.......... He sent me a couple PM's on Facebook to delete his account here, "let someone borrow his ipad" or some shit. I don't have the time to give a fuck.
  14. Thanks Dale, I will look into that.
  15. Interesting to say the least.