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Oracle of Delphi

Is this a Chrysler product that stops the BMW?

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It was a Dodge Stratus. :rotflmao:

EDIT: There was also a Dodge Ram with a Cummins Turbodiesel that was keeping a good pace with the 3er for quite some distance earlier in the video.

Edited by YellowJacket894

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What a f@#king delinquent! Poor little baby in the Stratus. This actually upset me a bit, something that's not so easily done.

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Was hoping for some unnecessary force when they arrested him at the end.

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Was hoping for some unnecessary force when they arrested him at the end.

hehe if that arresting officer had just raised his arms up about 8 more inches he could have prolly "accidentally" dislocateda shoulder

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hehe if that arresting officer had just raised his arms up about 8 more inches he could have prolly "accidentally" dislocateda shoulder

I know an officer with the Windsor police and he told me something amusing.

The Windsor lockup where they take the people they arrest is downhill from the parking lot, so they have to go down a big set of concrete stairs to get to the door of the building. Any real slime (rapists, murderers...) get a hardy shove towards the top of the stairs. They're already cuffed so they have a rather rough ride down, sometimes they even land right on their faces.

:lol:

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And this is why cars shouldn't have big V8 engines, RWD, go faster than 70 mph, etc.

Please tell me you are joking.

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