This is just further evidence that cats are stupid and evil!
I was screwing around on the internet (as usual) and came across this picture. I’m not 100% sure on where it was taken, but judging from the trees and from what I can make out of the license plates, I’m guessing Louisiana.
I guess to the forklift operator decided he needed to do some shopping on his break and he didn’t feel like walking from the loading dock to the front of the store or to his car… It’s sad to say, but my guess is that this guy is probably someone who could use more walking in his life. (In case that went over anyone’s head, I’m saying he’s a large human being!)
Lazy forklift operator: Your Trailer Park is Showing!
I’ve made a lot of good friends in my quest for speed and power. One of whom is Mike W, owner of Road Race Engineering. He ran across this debacle and thought it would be perfect for YourTrailerParkIsShowing.com.
For you normal folk that have no idea what’s wrong with this picture, allow me to explain. What you are looking at is the instrument panel in a turbo-charged race car. The blue lit-up thing over the metal shaft (goes to the steering wheel) is an AIM display that is really expensive. Sitting on top of the display is an AEM gauge; also pretty expensive. If you look over to the left, the blue thing with the hose coming out of it is the boost gauge. A boost gauge tells the driver how much boost (pressure) the turbo is making. It’s not even a real boost gauge! It’s a tire pressure gauge that they rigged up in the car! The only thing that would make this better is if they had installed it with duck tape!
To the car Owner: Your Trailer Park Is Showing!
Alright everybody, time to brush up on those troubleshooting skills! Here are a couple of charts that I use on a daily basis and could drastically reduce the time you are on the phone with tech support!
P.S.: For all my friends and family members that are reading this, please give these a shot before you call me!
You can’t really get more deliciously white trash than a duck tape wallet! Well… Maybe you can, but it will most likely involve an 1980’s IROC Camaro and a mullet.
So go out to the garage or kitchen cabinet and grab your trusty spool of the shiny stuff and make yourself a wallet! If you do a good job, send a picture to firstname.lastname@example.org and we might just make you internet famous!