This is a middle of the week Frankly post about what I’ve been doing behind the scenes at SPT. I’ve chosen a new theme to increase the size of the content/post area. That meant that I had to resort to a single column for all the sticker pics, readers’ rides, weekly babes, etc. I have an example of what I have achieved so far. It looks pretty much the same except for the header image and the single column. Here’s what I have so far:
I hope to get some different header graphics and do minor tweaks as the days go on.
Many of you will hate the change (as we all do. It’s human nature.) But all the same shit will be here on a daily basis just as it’s been for a long while. Same stuff. Different place. Bigger video presentations. And pictures of cats.
One of the above statements is false.
Please bear with me. I haven’t decided when to go live yet. I’d appreciate your comments.
Sorry to interrupt your daily routine.
You are now free to move about the cabin.
Men are always fascinated with women who are well endowed. Although the ladies have to carry the burden around all day, they still flaunt these assets when they need to. Some would label them as women with future back problems. We call them fortunate. Nat or Not, we love how they look.
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A drift car and a plane have sort of a race all courtesy of Red Bull and GoPro.
This is their Grand Prix and it reminds us of bike racing from many years ago. Talk about drift…
Almost looks real. Nicely done.
A man and woman in a kayak paddle towards a whale pod off the coast of Puerto Madryn, Argentina. They get the surprise of their lives.
The package arrived early. It had a funny smell which I couldn’t identify. It was like fish or ass or dirty feet or a combination of all of them. These came from Cess Lake, Illinois.
A recent in-house offset crash against a Mercedes-Benz S-Class and a smart fortwo. As the smaller and lighter vehicle in the collision and at an impact speed of 50 km/h with 50 percent overlap, the smart offers its two passengers an intact occupant space and excellent chances of survival.
Mercedes tooting two horns here.
This video depicts testing of a 1/5 scale demonstrator of the Captive Air Amphibious Transporters (CAAT). The CAAT has air-filled pontoons on a tank tread-like design, enabling them to carry containers over water and directly onto shore.
1/5 scale, eh? The production model must be huge!
This is a machine for the big boys who sell plastic wrapped firewood at gas stations at $7.99 for 7 or 8 pieces.
Plane performs at an airshow show somewhere and briefly demonstrates its silent flight.
More info from Wikipedia here.