Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by RenchFries, Jul 6, 2016.
So polite and well-mannered, even after flipping a car.
no anger i'm uninjured i'm uninjured
dude was on the wrong side of the road
"no anger "
if this was america
"I'M SUING YA'LL YA HEAR"
Not angry cuz he was in shock.
The guy in the silver car who stopped wasn't even at fault. It was the black car that did it.
The apostrophe goes between the "y" and the "a" in "y'all".
I'm not typically a big stickler for grammar here, but if your intent is to mock inbred, red neck, hillbilly retards, it's important that you at least appear to be smarter than they are.
mistakes happen, ask your mudder
He forgot to ask the guy if he had any Grey Poupon.
Yellow shirt guy may still be the winner:
the guy that flipped his car is a horrible driver....it seemed to me that the other guy was already back into his lane way before he swerved and flipped.
One of my all-time favorite scenes from that show
A lot of people don't seem to care about the handling attributes of the cars they drive. They haven't witnessed many accidents and the aftermath. Softly sprung, skinny tired, relatively narrow cars with mediocre handling tend to just absolutely lose it in emergency situations. A good driver can offset some of this, but let's face it, most people don't know what oversteer, understeer, etc are.
I've dodged wheels coming off cars and bounding towards my windshield, a Ford Explorer that had a blowout, and other close calls I would not have avoided in a mundane car. If you're smart, get something with reasonably taut handling and good brakes.