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#98 - Also, the P in WASP stands for protestant, which is a kind of … 10/25/2014 on Why, Why -1
#97 - >I won't dismiss this one outright as long as you can show …  [+] (7 new replies) 10/25/2014 on Why, Why -1
User avatar #100 - nigeltheoutlaw (10/25/2014) [-]
You're seriously no better than a feminazi. All you do is cherry pick some anecdotal stories to try and justify your self-imposed victimization, regardless of whether or not it's real.
#99 - nigeltheoutlaw (10/25/2014) [-]
And you can also get fired for being a female, or black, or a fucking toaster. That doesn't make it legal. Do you even know what anti-discrimination laws are?

Then link to them. Back it up with some facts, such as a study that is showing a nationwide increase in the thefts.

Okay, I can see now that no matter what is said or how anecdotal your stories are, you're going to insist that everyone in America hates a proper god fearing Christian. Have fun with your delusions, I'm not going to waste another minute attempting to beat some critical thought into you.
User avatar #105 - usafperson (10/25/2014) [-]
You could also just watch some tv or movies once in a while. It's pretty hard to miss usually.
#104 - usafperson (10/25/2014) [-]
User avatar #102 - usafperson (10/25/2014) [-]
I make these arguments, addressing your claims and showing the faults in your counter-arguments. Instead of making new arguments, or arguing for reinforcing your old ones, you instead put words in my mouth, using a straw-man fallacy, comparing me to a feminazi instead of attacking the point (another fallacy, Fallacious Ad hominem), and posting a GIF that really serves no purpose other than to add some passive-aggressive humor against me. Fallacies everywhere. I understand you might not know when to stop, but maybe take a step back and give it some real thought, that maybe Christians, while not being hated by everyone in America, are being hated on more now than they were 10 years ago. This was my point, and this is what you argued not to be true.
User avatar #101 - usafperson (10/25/2014) [-]
Oh my goodness. Ugh. Okay, look at what you’ve been saying and look at what I’ve been saying. Please read through this conversation, slowly, and use some of that critical thinking when you do it. After beginning with a fallacy (which is very non-critical-thinking of you), you very specifically claimed, “They’re not getting worse, Christians are just enjoying less of a benefit...” I’m telling you you’re wrong about that, and that it is in fact getting worse. How bad or good it is compared to another group is irrelevant, as I already explained to you when correcting your fallacy. So these females, blacks, and toasters that you bring up don’t support your claim in the least. But even if they could, I will inform you female and Black Americans are very, very well protected against this sort of thing, not only through law-suits, but through affirmative action as well. Toasters, unfortunately, have very few rights and are probably one of the most oppressed groups of Americans out there. Regardless, these things remain irrelevant. I will also explain to you, once again, that something doesn't need to be legal for it to happen. Welcome to real life. That fact that it is happening is the problem, even if it is technically illegal.
#95 - Then make that argument, rather than the fallacy that was your…  [+] (10 new replies) 10/24/2014 on Why, Why -1
User avatar #96 - nigeltheoutlaw (10/24/2014) [-]
>i can get fired for bringing my bible to work.

I won't dismiss this one outright as long as you can show me where in the U.S. legal code there are special allowances made for discrimination against Christians.

>People stealing nativity scenes

Anecdotal. You can take any group of people and make them seem oppressed with a new story or two, so this one is out.

>houston mayor wants to regulate sermons

This is being litigated right now, so until there is a decision made it is a moot point.

"Massive hate" is entirely subjective, and it being okay to make fun of Christians in media and pop culture is as well. If humor is hostile and hate then FJ must fucking hate everyone that isn't a WASP.
User avatar #98 - usafperson (10/25/2014) [-]
Also, the P in WASP stands for protestant, which is a kind of Christian. This post in itself disproves that point.
User avatar #97 - usafperson (10/25/2014) [-]
>I won't dismiss this one outright as long as you can show me where in the U.S. legal code there are special allowances made for discrimination against Christians.

Just because something isn't technically legal doesn't mean it doesn't happen. Also, that's not how law works. There doesn't have to be a law allowing something for it to be legal. There just has to not be a law forbidding it.

>Anecdotal. You can take any group of people and make them seem oppressed with a new story or two, so this one is out.

Not just a story or two man. It's been happening more and more often, so much so that a company has actually started offering GPS trackers to churches in case their scene, or specifically the Jesus figurine, are stolen.

>This is being litigated right now, so until there is a decision made it is a moot point.

The fact that it is being pressed to happen, has public support, and is even being debated is a point in itself. If there were a law being discussed to regulate sermons for other religions, there would be a huge uproar. But you probably didn't even hear about this until this comment thread. It's okay, neither had I. Because apparently it's not worth an uproar if it happens to Christians.

>"Massive hate" is entirely subjective, and it being okay to make fun of Christians in media and pop culture is as well. If humor is hostile and hate then FJ must fucking hate everyone that isn't a WASP.

Subjective =/= irrelevant. And it doesn't have to be subjective. We could sit here and list off all the different movies, tv shows, popular websites, etc. that make fun of Christians and Christianity. That would take forever though, because the amount is very apparently massive. Also, there's a difference between jokes that attack silly stereotypes that nobody actually believes, and making fun actual core beliefs and values and making them seem ridiculous. Additionally, there is a difference between pure humor and satire. Satire is meant to make an actual point.
User avatar #100 - nigeltheoutlaw (10/25/2014) [-]
You're seriously no better than a feminazi. All you do is cherry pick some anecdotal stories to try and justify your self-imposed victimization, regardless of whether or not it's real.
#99 - nigeltheoutlaw (10/25/2014) [-]
And you can also get fired for being a female, or black, or a fucking toaster. That doesn't make it legal. Do you even know what anti-discrimination laws are?

Then link to them. Back it up with some facts, such as a study that is showing a nationwide increase in the thefts.

Okay, I can see now that no matter what is said or how anecdotal your stories are, you're going to insist that everyone in America hates a proper god fearing Christian. Have fun with your delusions, I'm not going to waste another minute attempting to beat some critical thought into you.
User avatar #105 - usafperson (10/25/2014) [-]
You could also just watch some tv or movies once in a while. It's pretty hard to miss usually.
#104 - usafperson (10/25/2014) [-]
User avatar #102 - usafperson (10/25/2014) [-]
I make these arguments, addressing your claims and showing the faults in your counter-arguments. Instead of making new arguments, or arguing for reinforcing your old ones, you instead put words in my mouth, using a straw-man fallacy, comparing me to a feminazi instead of attacking the point (another fallacy, Fallacious Ad hominem), and posting a GIF that really serves no purpose other than to add some passive-aggressive humor against me. Fallacies everywhere. I understand you might not know when to stop, but maybe take a step back and give it some real thought, that maybe Christians, while not being hated by everyone in America, are being hated on more now than they were 10 years ago. This was my point, and this is what you argued not to be true.
User avatar #101 - usafperson (10/25/2014) [-]
Oh my goodness. Ugh. Okay, look at what you’ve been saying and look at what I’ve been saying. Please read through this conversation, slowly, and use some of that critical thinking when you do it. After beginning with a fallacy (which is very non-critical-thinking of you), you very specifically claimed, “They’re not getting worse, Christians are just enjoying less of a benefit...” I’m telling you you’re wrong about that, and that it is in fact getting worse. How bad or good it is compared to another group is irrelevant, as I already explained to you when correcting your fallacy. So these females, blacks, and toasters that you bring up don’t support your claim in the least. But even if they could, I will inform you female and Black Americans are very, very well protected against this sort of thing, not only through law-suits, but through affirmative action as well. Toasters, unfortunately, have very few rights and are probably one of the most oppressed groups of Americans out there. Regardless, these things remain irrelevant. I will also explain to you, once again, that something doesn't need to be legal for it to happen. Welcome to real life. That fact that it is happening is the problem, even if it is technically illegal.
#92 - >Things are getting worse for A >"B has it wors…  [+] (12 new replies) 10/24/2014 on Why, Why 0
User avatar #94 - nigeltheoutlaw (10/24/2014) [-]
They're not getting worse, Christians are just enjoying less of a benefit of being the great majority. I'm sorry that you can't put up religious decorations on secular government land anymore (although Christians still get away with it frequently in smaller cities and towns). Neither can anyone else, so cry me a fucking river.
User avatar #95 - usafperson (10/24/2014) [-]
Then make that argument, rather than the fallacy that was your last comment.
Also, you only addressed one small issue that cheezbrgr brought up, and you make a good point.
But you fail to address
>i can get fired for bringing my bible to work.
>people stealing nativity scenes.
>houston mayor wants to regulate sermons.
along with the massive hate and that fact that it's perfectly okay to make fun of Christianity to no end in media and pop culture. This very content is an example of it. It stereotypes Christians with a straw-man, makes fun of them, and calls Christians narrow-minded, bigoted, etc. While -most- Christians still do believe that acts of homosexuality is a sin, they still love all sinners and want God to forgive them, accepting them into eternal life, as opposed to "condemning a whole subset of people to Hell."
User avatar #96 - nigeltheoutlaw (10/24/2014) [-]
>i can get fired for bringing my bible to work.

I won't dismiss this one outright as long as you can show me where in the U.S. legal code there are special allowances made for discrimination against Christians.

>People stealing nativity scenes

Anecdotal. You can take any group of people and make them seem oppressed with a new story or two, so this one is out.

>houston mayor wants to regulate sermons

This is being litigated right now, so until there is a decision made it is a moot point.

"Massive hate" is entirely subjective, and it being okay to make fun of Christians in media and pop culture is as well. If humor is hostile and hate then FJ must fucking hate everyone that isn't a WASP.
User avatar #98 - usafperson (10/25/2014) [-]
Also, the P in WASP stands for protestant, which is a kind of Christian. This post in itself disproves that point.
User avatar #97 - usafperson (10/25/2014) [-]
>I won't dismiss this one outright as long as you can show me where in the U.S. legal code there are special allowances made for discrimination against Christians.

Just because something isn't technically legal doesn't mean it doesn't happen. Also, that's not how law works. There doesn't have to be a law allowing something for it to be legal. There just has to not be a law forbidding it.

>Anecdotal. You can take any group of people and make them seem oppressed with a new story or two, so this one is out.

Not just a story or two man. It's been happening more and more often, so much so that a company has actually started offering GPS trackers to churches in case their scene, or specifically the Jesus figurine, are stolen.

>This is being litigated right now, so until there is a decision made it is a moot point.

The fact that it is being pressed to happen, has public support, and is even being debated is a point in itself. If there were a law being discussed to regulate sermons for other religions, there would be a huge uproar. But you probably didn't even hear about this until this comment thread. It's okay, neither had I. Because apparently it's not worth an uproar if it happens to Christians.

>"Massive hate" is entirely subjective, and it being okay to make fun of Christians in media and pop culture is as well. If humor is hostile and hate then FJ must fucking hate everyone that isn't a WASP.

Subjective =/= irrelevant. And it doesn't have to be subjective. We could sit here and list off all the different movies, tv shows, popular websites, etc. that make fun of Christians and Christianity. That would take forever though, because the amount is very apparently massive. Also, there's a difference between jokes that attack silly stereotypes that nobody actually believes, and making fun actual core beliefs and values and making them seem ridiculous. Additionally, there is a difference between pure humor and satire. Satire is meant to make an actual point.
User avatar #100 - nigeltheoutlaw (10/25/2014) [-]
You're seriously no better than a feminazi. All you do is cherry pick some anecdotal stories to try and justify your self-imposed victimization, regardless of whether or not it's real.
#99 - nigeltheoutlaw (10/25/2014) [-]
And you can also get fired for being a female, or black, or a fucking toaster. That doesn't make it legal. Do you even know what anti-discrimination laws are?

Then link to them. Back it up with some facts, such as a study that is showing a nationwide increase in the thefts.

Okay, I can see now that no matter what is said or how anecdotal your stories are, you're going to insist that everyone in America hates a proper god fearing Christian. Have fun with your delusions, I'm not going to waste another minute attempting to beat some critical thought into you.
User avatar #105 - usafperson (10/25/2014) [-]
You could also just watch some tv or movies once in a while. It's pretty hard to miss usually.
#104 - usafperson (10/25/2014) [-]
User avatar #102 - usafperson (10/25/2014) [-]
I make these arguments, addressing your claims and showing the faults in your counter-arguments. Instead of making new arguments, or arguing for reinforcing your old ones, you instead put words in my mouth, using a straw-man fallacy, comparing me to a feminazi instead of attacking the point (another fallacy, Fallacious Ad hominem), and posting a GIF that really serves no purpose other than to add some passive-aggressive humor against me. Fallacies everywhere. I understand you might not know when to stop, but maybe take a step back and give it some real thought, that maybe Christians, while not being hated by everyone in America, are being hated on more now than they were 10 years ago. This was my point, and this is what you argued not to be true.
User avatar #101 - usafperson (10/25/2014) [-]
Oh my goodness. Ugh. Okay, look at what you’ve been saying and look at what I’ve been saying. Please read through this conversation, slowly, and use some of that critical thinking when you do it. After beginning with a fallacy (which is very non-critical-thinking of you), you very specifically claimed, “They’re not getting worse, Christians are just enjoying less of a benefit...” I’m telling you you’re wrong about that, and that it is in fact getting worse. How bad or good it is compared to another group is irrelevant, as I already explained to you when correcting your fallacy. So these females, blacks, and toasters that you bring up don’t support your claim in the least. But even if they could, I will inform you female and Black Americans are very, very well protected against this sort of thing, not only through law-suits, but through affirmative action as well. Toasters, unfortunately, have very few rights and are probably one of the most oppressed groups of Americans out there. Regardless, these things remain irrelevant. I will also explain to you, once again, that something doesn't need to be legal for it to happen. Welcome to real life. That fact that it is happening is the problem, even if it is technically illegal.
#18 - Fun fact to add to all this: The big bang theory was made by a…  [+] (1 new reply) 10/23/2014 on Why, Why +5
User avatar #28 - meltdownlol (10/23/2014) [-]
The catholics invented alot.
#16 - yes 10/23/2014 on Why, Why +4
#39 - No, feminism isn't why the legal system is ****** … 10/19/2014 on Feminism's Effect +6
#9 - Only you can change it. GO GET IT 09/25/2014 on Read the description. +10
#117 - The 1965 v6 went from 0 to 60 in over 15 seconds. So some time… 09/22/2014 on Big Boy Toy 0
#116 - Hurr durr gt500 has 500 horsepower right? (It actually did… 09/22/2014 on Big Boy Toy 0
#113 - To each his own man. GTR is a good ****** car. 09/22/2014 on Big Boy Toy 0
#112 - Most these, yeah. The 2015 GT starts at 32,000 though, which m… 09/22/2014 on Big Boy Toy 0
#111 - Let the butthurt flow through you 09/22/2014 on Big Boy Toy +1
#45 - Well thank you, I appreciate that. Straight-line speed is defi… 09/22/2014 on Big Boy Toy +1
#43 - Agreed, but that's a whole different conversation. Personally,…  [+] (11 new replies) 09/22/2014 on Big Boy Toy +1
User avatar #98 - kaitora (09/22/2014) [-]
Since when were stangs actually fast?
User avatar #117 - usafperson (09/22/2014) [-]
The 1965 v6 went from 0 to 60 in over 15 seconds. So some time between then and now lol
#44 - ruukes (09/22/2014) [-]
Glad that you didn't lash out and say something along the lines of "FUCK THAT STRAIGHT LINE SPEED IS EVERYTHING!" Thumb for you.

Pic unrelated.
User avatar #104 - chadisyounggg (09/22/2014) [-]
You didn't thumb him asshole.
User avatar #119 - ruukes (09/22/2014) [-]
Wow I sure am a huge faggot, I actually completely forgot. Thanks!
User avatar #47 - kerfufflemachtwo (09/22/2014) [-]
Well it's true. Mustangs and Camaros and Challengers are built for going forward really fast on a budget. And making lots of noise while doing so. That's the essence of a muscle car.

A crap ton of cars can whoop their ass on an actual track. And those cars are built for that.

I like both of those types. But, I am partial to muscle cars. Mostly because I'm from Detroit.
#81 - anonymous (09/22/2014) [-]
**anonymous rolled image** muscle cars and pony cars are two different things jabroni
User avatar #130 - kerfufflemachtwo (09/23/2014) [-]
I always thought of pony cars as being a type of muscle car.
#82 - anonymous (09/22/2014) [-]
*roll pictures* camaros challengers and mustangs are pony cars
User avatar #94 - vicsix (09/22/2014) [-]
The V6's are.
The supercharged V8's are american muscle.
User avatar #45 - usafperson (09/22/2014) [-]
Well thank you, I appreciate that. Straight-line speed is definitely not everything. Personal preference there.
#31 - Also, GT1000. 1,200 horsepower. Just sayin.  [+] (17 new replies) 09/22/2014 on Big Boy Toy +7
#77 - clannadqs (09/22/2014) [-]
Are you one of those that think they know something about cars? Took me a few seconds to look that car up and it has 1000 horsepower. Where the hell did you get 1200? Hell, even the name implies it has 1000.... stay basic you fucking pleb.
User avatar #116 - usafperson (09/22/2014) [-]
Hurr durr gt500 has 500 horsepower right?
(It actually did in 2007 though btw which is kinda funny)
#35 - ruukes (09/22/2014) [-]
If I must throw in two cents to all this, I think handling contributes quite a lot to the overall "goodness" of a car.
#102 - adamks (09/22/2014) [-]
Get on my fucking level you scrubs.
User avatar #43 - usafperson (09/22/2014) [-]
Agreed, but that's a whole different conversation. Personally, I'm all about 0-60 and price points which is why I like Mustangs. They're the best at that. Around a track, not as much.
User avatar #98 - kaitora (09/22/2014) [-]
Since when were stangs actually fast?
User avatar #117 - usafperson (09/22/2014) [-]
The 1965 v6 went from 0 to 60 in over 15 seconds. So some time between then and now lol
#44 - ruukes (09/22/2014) [-]
Glad that you didn't lash out and say something along the lines of "FUCK THAT STRAIGHT LINE SPEED IS EVERYTHING!" Thumb for you.

Pic unrelated.
User avatar #104 - chadisyounggg (09/22/2014) [-]
You didn't thumb him asshole.
User avatar #119 - ruukes (09/22/2014) [-]
Wow I sure am a huge faggot, I actually completely forgot. Thanks!
User avatar #47 - kerfufflemachtwo (09/22/2014) [-]
Well it's true. Mustangs and Camaros and Challengers are built for going forward really fast on a budget. And making lots of noise while doing so. That's the essence of a muscle car.

A crap ton of cars can whoop their ass on an actual track. And those cars are built for that.

I like both of those types. But, I am partial to muscle cars. Mostly because I'm from Detroit.
#81 - anonymous (09/22/2014) [-]
**anonymous rolled image** muscle cars and pony cars are two different things jabroni
User avatar #130 - kerfufflemachtwo (09/23/2014) [-]
I always thought of pony cars as being a type of muscle car.
#82 - anonymous (09/22/2014) [-]
*roll pictures* camaros challengers and mustangs are pony cars
User avatar #94 - vicsix (09/22/2014) [-]
The V6's are.
The supercharged V8's are american muscle.
User avatar #45 - usafperson (09/22/2014) [-]
Well thank you, I appreciate that. Straight-line speed is definitely not everything. Personal preference there.
#30 - >Completely modded out individual car that you can't just g… 09/22/2014 on Big Boy Toy +2
#20 - Because Chrysler is definitely known for its high quality. I'v… 09/22/2014 on Big Boy Toy +1
#17 - Kiss my 850 horsepower ass, if you can catch up to it. (P…  [+] (33 new replies) 09/22/2014 on Big Boy Toy +14
#103 - dramakid (09/22/2014) [-]
Meh, it's always going to be exotics for me.

I mean, muscle cars are pretty fun at roaring around and drag racing, but once you get a few turns on your track you lose it to some old Nissan while all your "horsepower" goes to waste. And if that Nissan isn't old you get demolished and shat on.

It dumbs down to handling and efficiency vs. some cool sounds and numbers you can't even put to use.

>Pic related
>Something comes in stock is better than most of tuned muscles
User avatar #113 - usafperson (09/22/2014) [-]
To each his own man. GTR is a good fuckin car.
#23 - anonymous (09/22/2014) [-]
guys pls
just agree that their both slower than this 984 HP FWD Grand Prix
User avatar #49 - kerfufflemachtwo (09/22/2014) [-]
I used to have a '98 Grand Prix. Same body style as that. I think it was the best looking Grand Prix body style.

My current car, an '06 Monte Carlo, uses the same engine, trans, and frame as the Grand Prix. Good engines.
#31 - usafperson (09/22/2014) [-]
Also, GT1000. 1,200 horsepower. Just sayin.
#77 - clannadqs (09/22/2014) [-]
Are you one of those that think they know something about cars? Took me a few seconds to look that car up and it has 1000 horsepower. Where the hell did you get 1200? Hell, even the name implies it has 1000.... stay basic you fucking pleb.
User avatar #116 - usafperson (09/22/2014) [-]
Hurr durr gt500 has 500 horsepower right?
(It actually did in 2007 though btw which is kinda funny)
#35 - ruukes (09/22/2014) [-]
If I must throw in two cents to all this, I think handling contributes quite a lot to the overall "goodness" of a car.
#102 - adamks (09/22/2014) [-]
Get on my fucking level you scrubs.
User avatar #43 - usafperson (09/22/2014) [-]
Agreed, but that's a whole different conversation. Personally, I'm all about 0-60 and price points which is why I like Mustangs. They're the best at that. Around a track, not as much.
User avatar #98 - kaitora (09/22/2014) [-]
Since when were stangs actually fast?
User avatar #117 - usafperson (09/22/2014) [-]
The 1965 v6 went from 0 to 60 in over 15 seconds. So some time between then and now lol
#44 - ruukes (09/22/2014) [-]
Glad that you didn't lash out and say something along the lines of "FUCK THAT STRAIGHT LINE SPEED IS EVERYTHING!" Thumb for you.

Pic unrelated.
User avatar #104 - chadisyounggg (09/22/2014) [-]
You didn't thumb him asshole.
User avatar #119 - ruukes (09/22/2014) [-]
Wow I sure am a huge faggot, I actually completely forgot. Thanks!
User avatar #47 - kerfufflemachtwo (09/22/2014) [-]
Well it's true. Mustangs and Camaros and Challengers are built for going forward really fast on a budget. And making lots of noise while doing so. That's the essence of a muscle car.

A crap ton of cars can whoop their ass on an actual track. And those cars are built for that.

I like both of those types. But, I am partial to muscle cars. Mostly because I'm from Detroit.
#81 - anonymous (09/22/2014) [-]
**anonymous rolled image** muscle cars and pony cars are two different things jabroni
User avatar #130 - kerfufflemachtwo (09/23/2014) [-]
I always thought of pony cars as being a type of muscle car.
#82 - anonymous (09/22/2014) [-]
*roll pictures* camaros challengers and mustangs are pony cars
User avatar #94 - vicsix (09/22/2014) [-]
The V6's are.
The supercharged V8's are american muscle.
User avatar #45 - usafperson (09/22/2014) [-]
Well thank you, I appreciate that. Straight-line speed is definitely not everything. Personal preference there.
User avatar #30 - usafperson (09/22/2014) [-]
>Completely modded out individual car that you can't just go and buy like either of these
>Pontiac
K. Lots of people do that to lots of cars.
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#48 - nweofubwfcw (09/22/2014) [-]
aint nobody got time to build that
User avatar #53 - insaneiare (09/22/2014) [-]
its not his it is the zzp promotional car
User avatar #19 - IGotThis (09/22/2014) [-]
Tell me about that cracked block in 30,000
User avatar #21 - freakyorange (09/22/2014) [-]
Oh, hey, look! It's that argument that's been going on since the sixties. Gee, <insert car company of your choice here> sucks. <Insert stupid pun of the car's brand name here>!
User avatar #20 - usafperson (09/22/2014) [-]
Because Chrysler is definitely known for its high quality. I've got many miles to go.
Have fun driving your Fiat.
#11 - Cannot wait.  [+] (49 new replies) 09/22/2014 on Big Boy Toy +3
#92 - blacktitan (09/22/2014) [-]
Implying that any of you can buy one of those!
User avatar #112 - usafperson (09/22/2014) [-]
Most these, yeah. The 2015 GT starts at 32,000 though, which might be plausible for some people on here maybe. Idk how much you people make.
User avatar #87 - hektoroftroy (09/22/2014) [-]
I just want a Focus ST
User avatar #80 - dafiltafish (09/22/2014) [-]
(i want one)

((turbo 4, base trim, recaro seats, black painted alloy 17'', hardtop, blue))
#72 - norkas (09/22/2014) [-]
I can't hear you over the sound of my main gun.
#52 - insaneiare (09/22/2014) [-]
im sorry to interrupt your with my twin turbo v6 that is actually american made
#107 - wreckedcar (09/22/2014) [-]
lol thats not original
User avatar #115 - insaneiare (09/22/2014) [-]
its a buick t type
User avatar #93 - pokemonstheshiz (09/22/2014) [-]
no offense, but dats ugly IMO
#62 - blackmanrollipolli (09/22/2014) [-]
that's not a real grand national.
User avatar #114 - insaneiare (09/22/2014) [-]
its a buick t type
#120 - blackmanrollipolli (09/22/2014) [-]
if it was a real t-type it would have 0 chrome trim and T-Tops, all t-types had t-tops. (my dad has a 86 grand national.) (a real one.) (Fast as fuck though.)
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#16 - IGotThis (09/22/2014) [-]
I cant hear you over my 707 horsepowered Hellcat, cheese dick.
#46 - nweofubwfcw (09/22/2014) [-]
that Hellcat is extremely overrated. Im a huge car guy and i was crazy pumped when they announced it, but after seeing the numbers that dodge claimed in their quarter mile compared to real life times, it's a huge disappointment
#17 - usafperson (09/22/2014) [-]
Kiss my 850 horsepower ass, if you can catch up to it.
(Protip, you can't.)
#103 - dramakid (09/22/2014) [-]
Meh, it's always going to be exotics for me.

I mean, muscle cars are pretty fun at roaring around and drag racing, but once you get a few turns on your track you lose it to some old Nissan while all your "horsepower" goes to waste. And if that Nissan isn't old you get demolished and shat on.

It dumbs down to handling and efficiency vs. some cool sounds and numbers you can't even put to use.

>Pic related
>Something comes in stock is better than most of tuned muscles
User avatar #113 - usafperson (09/22/2014) [-]
To each his own man. GTR is a good fuckin car.
#23 - anonymous (09/22/2014) [-]
guys pls
just agree that their both slower than this 984 HP FWD Grand Prix
User avatar #49 - kerfufflemachtwo (09/22/2014) [-]
I used to have a '98 Grand Prix. Same body style as that. I think it was the best looking Grand Prix body style.

My current car, an '06 Monte Carlo, uses the same engine, trans, and frame as the Grand Prix. Good engines.
#31 - usafperson (09/22/2014) [-]
Also, GT1000. 1,200 horsepower. Just sayin.
#77 - clannadqs (09/22/2014) [-]
Are you one of those that think they know something about cars? Took me a few seconds to look that car up and it has 1000 horsepower. Where the hell did you get 1200? Hell, even the name implies it has 1000.... stay basic you fucking pleb.
User avatar #116 - usafperson (09/22/2014) [-]
Hurr durr gt500 has 500 horsepower right?
(It actually did in 2007 though btw which is kinda funny)
#35 - ruukes (09/22/2014) [-]
If I must throw in two cents to all this, I think handling contributes quite a lot to the overall "goodness" of a car.
#102 - adamks (09/22/2014) [-]
Get on my fucking level you scrubs.
User avatar #43 - usafperson (09/22/2014) [-]
Agreed, but that's a whole different conversation. Personally, I'm all about 0-60 and price points which is why I like Mustangs. They're the best at that. Around a track, not as much.
User avatar #98 - kaitora (09/22/2014) [-]
Since when were stangs actually fast?
User avatar #117 - usafperson (09/22/2014) [-]
The 1965 v6 went from 0 to 60 in over 15 seconds. So some time between then and now lol
#44 - ruukes (09/22/2014) [-]
Glad that you didn't lash out and say something along the lines of "FUCK THAT STRAIGHT LINE SPEED IS EVERYTHING!" Thumb for you.

Pic unrelated.
User avatar #104 - chadisyounggg (09/22/2014) [-]
You didn't thumb him asshole.
User avatar #119 - ruukes (09/22/2014) [-]
Wow I sure am a huge faggot, I actually completely forgot. Thanks!
User avatar #47 - kerfufflemachtwo (09/22/2014) [-]
Well it's true. Mustangs and Camaros and Challengers are built for going forward really fast on a budget. And making lots of noise while doing so. That's the essence of a muscle car.

A crap ton of cars can whoop their ass on an actual track. And those cars are built for that.

I like both of those types. But, I am partial to muscle cars. Mostly because I'm from Detroit.
#81 - anonymous (09/22/2014) [-]
**anonymous rolled image** muscle cars and pony cars are two different things jabroni
User avatar #130 - kerfufflemachtwo (09/23/2014) [-]
I always thought of pony cars as being a type of muscle car.
#82 - anonymous (09/22/2014) [-]
*roll pictures* camaros challengers and mustangs are pony cars
User avatar #94 - vicsix (09/22/2014) [-]
The V6's are.
The supercharged V8's are american muscle.
User avatar #45 - usafperson (09/22/2014) [-]
Well thank you, I appreciate that. Straight-line speed is definitely not everything. Personal preference there.
User avatar #30 - usafperson (09/22/2014) [-]
>Completely modded out individual car that you can't just go and buy like either of these
>Pontiac
K. Lots of people do that to lots of cars.
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#48 - nweofubwfcw (09/22/2014) [-]
aint nobody got time to build that
User avatar #53 - insaneiare (09/22/2014) [-]
its not his it is the zzp promotional car
User avatar #19 - IGotThis (09/22/2014) [-]
Tell me about that cracked block in 30,000
User avatar #21 - freakyorange (09/22/2014) [-]
Oh, hey, look! It's that argument that's been going on since the sixties. Gee, <insert car company of your choice here> sucks. <Insert stupid pun of the car's brand name here>!
User avatar #20 - usafperson (09/22/2014) [-]
Because Chrysler is definitely known for its high quality. I've got many miles to go.
Have fun driving your Fiat.
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#26 - anonymous (08/10/2014) [-]
True but you are, by the book, supposed to point a pump action shotgun instead of aim.
#31 - anonymous (08/10/2014) [-]
Um.... duck hunting, trap shooting, trying to hit anything more than 20 feet away. You'll have to use the sights
#50 - captnpl (08/10/2014) [-]
Taking aim at a flying target is a good way to lose sight of it. Most competitive trap shooters take the sights off of their guns so they can fire more reflexively.
User avatar #57 - psykobear (08/10/2014) [-]
Turkey hunting. Gotta aim then, or you get a lot of buckshot in the breast.
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I had to choose between your song and Megalith Agnus Dei from Ace Combat 4. Since you already posted The Unsung War, I went with the other one.

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User avatar #955 - usafperson (07/22/2014) [-]
Aw yeah that one's awesome too!
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Why the add?
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no reason, just thought i would add a a random person as a friend, clicked your username, saw you said you accept requests, added, you accepted, we are here. How do you do?

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