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Needs remote operation. Maybe laser aiming via a HUD worn be the occupant of the vehicle.
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Whaddya mean you don't care that you're in my parking space ... :lol:
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it would be nice for tailgaters....

When we were kids my friends brother was killed by an idiot tailgater who had been given plenty of opportunities to pass by their dad who was driving, so he wasn't very patient with tailgaters, and we had a long commute together one summer doing farm work. He got fed up with the constant tailgaters on that road, so he took a tennis ball cannon and put it in the trunk of their Olds Delta-88 we commuted in that had a pop-open latch in the glove compartment, and had fixed up a way to light the fuse electrically. He planned to open the trunk next time some dipwad tailgated us, and light one off, but unfortunately the trunk wouldn't open more than a couple inches when traveling very fast.

So instead, my friend decided next time instead to just toss a coke bottle up in the air instead, and scored a windshield hit. :o

Never understood why people follow one car length when going 60 mph. :roll:
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AJMD429 wrote: Sat Mar 30, 2024 12:35 pm...
Never understood why people follow one car length when going 60 mph. :roll:
'Cause if ya leave space for two, some jerk'll get in between ya.

I find a nice big sloppy wet wad of chewing tobacco leaves a impression... and a huge mess when they turn on the wipers to rid their windshield of it. :P But my ire is generally reserved for other truck drivers... mostly! :o
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Windshield washer bottle full of tranny fluid. Line running back to tailpipe. Smoke screen.
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I tend to be wary of any sort of vengeance while driving because I'm always afraid it might injure an innocent third party.
However in my fantasy world, on a long stretch of road with no other vehicles I'd dump out about three bushels of half inch ball bearings onto the roadway and watch them slip and slide...!

I think what I like about that tool box is it reminds me of the show I used to watch as a kid.... 8)
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jeepnik wrote: Sat Mar 30, 2024 1:57 pm Windshield washer bottle full of tranny fluid. Line running back to tailpipe. Smoke screen.
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