Posted by larry moe 'n curly on February 24, 2010, 7:32 am
She said God miraculously slowed down her car, but why did God make it
speed out of control in the first place?
Also she said she phoned her husband during the incident, which tells
me she's not the brightest bulb (ex-social worker) or calmest hand.
Posted by Hachiroku on February 24, 2010, 5:37 pm
On Tue, 23 Feb 2010 23:32:31 -0800, larry moe 'n curly wrote:
I think the Lexus has an integrated Bluetooth with voice dial:
"OH SHIIIT!!!!! CALL JIM... OH SHIT!!! Hi honey. How are you? OH
SHIIIT!!! i can't stop the car... OH! SHIIIIT!!! what? pick up some bread
and milk? OH SHIIIIT!!! but i have to be at the hairdresser for 4...
Oh, THANK GOD!!! oh, nothing. I jusr ean out of gas, that's all. See you
Posted by Ashton Crusher on February 24, 2010, 8:01 am
And do you know for a fact that the transmission is mechanically
shifted or if it's all electronically controlled? If it is
electronically controlled, do you KNOW that when that model Toyota is
being driven that it can be shifted into neutral?
Posted by Hachiroku on February 24, 2010, 5:40 pm
On Wed, 24 Feb 2010 01:01:03 -0700, Ashton Crusher wrote:
Nope. I don't. What about the OFF button?
So, do YOU know if it can or can't? Add something instead of blather for
once. You seems to be adept at ruining transmissions.
If anyone wants to lend me their Lexus (Raaaayyyyy?) I will GLADLY find
out what happens at 125 MPH.
Posted by Ashton Crusher on February 27, 2010, 6:15 am
And yet you attack the woman who made the statement. Tells plenty
What about it? As many have already said, it seems that you have to
hold it for 3 seconds. She probably didn't hold it that long. Most
likely it's the ONLY on/off button on anything she owns that has to be
held for 3 seconds to turn off.
Really? Shows your reading comprehension problem. The ONLY
transmission that has not been up to the task of MY *normal* driving
is the junk in the Toyota Tercel. Whereas my domestics last forever
it seems, the Toyota only lasted a month. Since they work so well
for you I'll assume you drive like you write, sloppily, slow, and all
over the place, whereas I'm tight, fast, and on the mark.