Posts Tagged ‘auto’

Kids atv-24 volts of POWER!

April 7, 2009

Kind of funny.  If only  the boy was wearing a wife beater and the girl had a terrible bleach job showing her roots.  Then it would have truly captured the spirit of power machines……or my family reunion.

Thanks to Pye for this one.  He claimed he hated the commercial but it was only because he’s too big to fit into the mini-vehicle he bought….

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Koala bear survives hit and run, STD

July 16, 2008

(Kim Kardashian loves koalas…not that it has anything to do with Ely’s..umm…infection)

This is a bizarre story when you consider he survived being hit by a car. And then you read what else he’s being treated for besides his injuries from the car. Ely’s a straight playa!

CANBERRA (Reuters) – A koala that cheated death after being hit by a car at 100 kmh (about 60 mph) and dragged with his head jammed through the vehicle grill for 12 kms (about 7 miles) is being dubbed Australia’s luckiest marsupial.

The eight-year-old male koala, named “Ely ‘Lucky’ Grills” by rescuers, was struck by an unwitting motorist north of Brisbane and found only when the car stopped after being flagged down by another vehicle.

“To have him survive and virtually unscathed is quite miraculous,” Australian Wildlife Hospital spokewoman Carolyn Beaton told Reuters Tuesday.

“Lucky” hung on during his ordeal with one arm and his trapped head, and was freed with household scissors used like a fireman’s “jaws-of-life” to cut around the car’s mesh grill with the horrified owner’s permission, Beaton said.

“Whilst Lucky was in shock, he quickly recovered and was nearly better after a couple of hours rest and a feed,” she said.

Lucky will stay at the hospital, set up by the late television wildlife and crocodile crusader Steve Irwin, for 45 days to recover from his experience and receive treatment for a chlamydial infection.

Now that I think about it, I do recall reading that Pamela Anderson just returned from a trip to Australia as well…..<ponders>

Schoolbus figure 8 racing rule #1: There are no rules. Rule #2: If there is any doubt, always refer to rule #1

June 21, 2008

“I really don’t want to drive, but I had my best friend O.D. this morning and my dad had a stroke, so now I’m driving.” Cheesewagon Derby documentary website.