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10 hours ago, iacas said:

I'd challenge that stupid auto body guy's comment. 60%? C'mon…

Yeah. Profiling! :-P

Nothing to see here. Just a mushroom cloud. Move on, move on.



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12 minutes ago, nevets88 said:

When the semi in front of you tips over


I like the wheels rolling by at the end.

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