My sister used to drive an '02 Accord. I hit it once in my truck, stupid thing bent my steel bumper and took out my door and running light. She ended up with. cracked blinker and a few new scratches on her bumper. Her bumper was originally;;y bent as well, but that stupid ************ popped back out on its own, because its plastic. Still annoyed about that.
Yes, it did. Thats okay though, now its got a black fender on it. My previously all white truck has a black fender on the drivers side lol. But then again, her car was newer. Not built like mine, mine will run forever. Not because its a Toyota, because of the era it comes from. Hers won't.
Oh! that reminds me. My dad is obsessed with cars. One time, His friend Allen let him borrow his 2004 Toyota SUV and he absolutely shot the engine. But he took it to a mechanic to fix it. I haven't gotten an update on the car since. (Probably because I never text him and the fact that I'm on the other side of the world.)
You kidding? That Honda's oil is terrible, every two weeks my sisters gotta change it. My truck will outlast that thing 100% And on the fact that it beat up my truck...tell that to my new truck I'm getting. 2004 Toyota Tundra.
I know you're playing, so am I lol But in general, cars from the '90s will last forever lol California has Ford, Tesla, and Toyota plants, as well as some minor ones not associated with any company like Fremont and NUMMI And yikes, what did you hit? I've only ever hit my sisters car and a stone stand for a flagpole. The stand won, if you''re wondering, but the stand would win against just about anything
Cali is home to JPL (Jet Propulsion Laboratories), who does a lot of work for NASA. I toured their facility once for Robotics. And we also house the Endeavour, which orbited Earth to observe Venus. My Dad worked on the plating for that specific shuttle.
And yikes, glad you're okay. Those trucks are meant for protection, as well as heavy loads, though, so it did its job.
Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville is where the Saturn V rocket was constructed, plus there was talks of moving the command center to Huntsville as well; not sure if anything ever came of it but it almost happened. Plus Alabama was the first state to make Christmas a federal holiday and Mobile started Mardi Gras!
Yeah, I’m lucky to be alive to be honest; I was speeding along a country road that I had grown up on and I just shot off the curve
Alabama contains the first government documented cave at DeSoto Caverns; and is where the war for Civil Rights was won! In Selma, Montgomery, and Birmingham; and with Harper Lee’s classic “To Kill A Mockingbird”
As the only person in the state of Colorado who does not and has not ever done drugs, I resent that I can display state pride too I’m gonna climb one of those fantastic 14,000 foot tall mountains soon Also Sko buffs!
In Carolina, down to Georgia Smell the jasmine and magnolias To sleepy sweet home Alabama Roll Tide Roll Muddy water Mississippi Hear Graceland whisper to me Carry on, carry on Sweet southern comfort carry on