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  1. Juggalo's

  2. Tell the girls to smile, doesn't cost a cent
  3. The Iceman documentary is good viewing, but Kuklinski's a poor example of serial killer psychology as he did not fit the psychological definition of a serial killer and is instead categorised as a contract killer (difference in motivation and modus operandi). I can't stand Guevara and all the hipster sheep who think they're being rebellious by bearing his image, though they do provide me with the satisfaction that the real Guevara would be pissed off that he's become a capitalist pop culture icon.
  4. http://www.streetfire.net/videos/search.aspx?t=ultimate%20factories Streaming, not a torrent
  5. Streetfire have Ultimate Factories Ferrari, Lamborghini Murciélago and Corvette ZR6 to stream, great viewing
  6. Really? I might sign up. Its where most of the members from here have moved to, its much more active that this forum is now. Too bad I can access this forum but not AusBB from work Thanks to those for the heads up guys about this new site. After a crap year of training and eating due to career and personal reasons I came on here for some inspiration, as the site has offered me many times in the past, but it looks like most have packed up and left, too bad as there is some great info here (albeit you need to dig for it). I'll be checking out ausbb. EDIT: Trying to sign up there, filled in my details and it tells me: Registration denied, this forum runs an active policy of not allowing spammers. Please contact us via the "Contact Us" page link if you believe this is in error. Anyone else have this problem?
  7. Which way to go

    They can be tough cars. Huge aftermarket (e.g. http://www.mx5mania.com.au/), good performers and reliable, though if buying NA buy post '92, earlier cars commonly suffered from short nose crank problems.
  8. Why the comparisons to a Bugatti Veyron? The Veyron is a near two-tonne Grand Tourer not geared for out and out acceleration.
  9. Although his comedy never did anything for me, his social observations are valid. Most people don't know that he has a Doctor of Education degree (one he studied for, i.e. not a honourary degree)
  10. Honda NSX

    Gordon Murray (designer of MP4/4, McLaren F1 and SLR McLaren) sums it's appeal well (long read):
  11. Honda NSX

    The NSX was designed to be a balanced supercar that is drivable in traffic and performs when on the track. People saying the car is old or comparing 0-60 times are not getting the point, the appeal of the car is it's phenomenal overall package, composure and history. 270 for the 3.0, 97+ got 290 for the 3.2 94+ got power steering 97+ 6 speed option 2002+ got facelift (fixed lights) On the limit stability (snap oversteer) is an issue Eats expensive tyres Aluminum bodywork expensive, even to paint for more info nsxprime.com They didn't make many. Porsche still makes tens of thosands of 911's each year and will bring out a new generation soon enough, while the NSX has no direct successor. Honda had to shelve the replacement due to the GFC, no doubt if or when it emerges prices will fall. In the meantime, values are holding. Yes plenty of nice, newer cars in the price bracket.. hello R34 GTR, 911 Carrera, Boxster S, 370z, Maloo, Exige I will leave these here... Size comparison vs GTR