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Just A Tease, To Satisfy Your Coach-Built Desires.

25 May 2020 6 minute read 0 comments ZackNorman97

You won't have to look too far beyond my personal logs to find something, somewhere mentioning two magical words, "Alfa" and "Romeo". There's a romanticism in the values they project, and as to how they've embodied this into building cars for 110 yea...

Coronavirus: Why Abraham Lincoln Should Care?

22 May 2020 1 minute read 0 comments SabineTheQueen

Dear Abraham Lincoln, I am a member of the status quo party. I have always found your party's politics somewhat refreshing and your individual views rather voracious. I believe in the values of amnesty international and UNESCO. Your moustache is vici...

Crime Pays, Very Well | Inspector Norman, and the Case of the 26 Homologation.

18 May 2020 14 minute read 0 comments ZackNorman97

No, I'm not encouraging you take up a criminal life, but all I'm saying, is that if I knew it was this easy to attain my dreams, then I would've considered taking up thievery as a hobby a long time ago. Perhaps with subtle refinements over the years,...

Tatra - The Secret Killer Of Nazis.

15 May 2020 6 minute read 0 comments ZackNorman97

Here's a name in the car industry that you might not have ever heard about before - Tatra. Sounds interesting, doesn't it? Like a consumer-goods brand for foods, or something of the sort. Little did we know however - including myself - Tatra is one o...

Dogecoin (DOGE): what is and how it works | Story and Investing

12 May 2020 3 minute read 1 comment Pot Project

  Founded in 2013, Dogecoin has distinguished itself in the world of cryptocurrencies for a particularly active community and for philanthropic initiatives. The cryptocurrency inspired by the cute dog Doge  A part of Dart FenerDoge, this cryptocurre...

To Die Another Day | Aston Martin Vanquish.

11 May 2020 8 minute read 0 comments ZackNorman97

Cars these days are great at everything they do. So good in fact, that we sometimes forget how bad they used to be, and how much we've progressed in the century or so since we've transitioned from equine forms of transportation. We take for grante...

Looking Back at ST Louis - A Place to See When Travel Restrictions are Lifted

10 May 2020 3 minute read 2 comments blueeyes8960

Gateway Arch and the Old Courthouse   These pictures were all taken by me last summer when we attended a festival featuring BBQ masters from all over the United States. While there was tons of great food featured we did quite a bit of walking aro...

Abraham Lincoln Was A Self Avowed White Supremacist

5 May 2020 2 minute read 1 comment Redline-Aviator

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The Three Golden Apples

5 May 2020 31 minute read 0 comments Culture Attic

Hercules and the Erymanthian Boarmid-17th century Did you ever hear of the golden apples that grew in the garden of the Hesperides? Ah, those were such apples as would bring a great price, by the bushel, if any of them could be found growing in the o...

Thus the Glory of New Zealand

4 May 2020 1 minute read 0 comments AlmightyMelon

For Colenso  wishing to do good for the welfare of subjects no civil powers good will be futile always ready to restrain them  expressly for your own good down low, small, a worm, a crawler no, no, no – my land has gone let us remain as we were come...