Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Ferrari knock-offs

Spanish police catch up with gang making Ferrari knock-offs


Valencia - If you've been to the beach in southern Spain, you have been offered fake "brand-name" handbags, watches etc. by the Senegalese "lookie-lookie" men. Now it seems things got a tad more serious as other criminals managed to produce fake Ferraris for sale.
Spain's National Police have caught up with a gang of criminals in Valencia who have been producing cheap fakes of high-end vehicles, selling them for a fraction of the price of the real item. If a Ferrari is out of your reach, no problem, this bunch came up with a novel way to get around it - they made cheap imitations. In two custom workshops, the gang managed to knock up their own "luxury" vehicles, with the plan of selling them on the Internet. And cheap at the price too. You could have paid around €40,000 instead of €200,000 for the real thing. According to officials, the gang produced a fake vehicle by adding home-made fiber glass panels to the chassis of another, more ordinary car. In this way, they managed to produce copies of vehicles like Ferraris and Aston Martins.

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I put in a $7 bid for a "Mickey Mouse Outfit" on Ebay, and now it seems
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 “Any man who thinks he can be happy and prosperous by letting the
Government take care of him; better take a closer look at the American Indian."
Henry Ford

As I've suspected all along!!!


Monday, July 29, 2013

Americans sign petitions to kill old people and newborn babies

Published on Jul 25, 2013
Once again, MRCTV's Dan Joseph went to a college campus and asked students to sign a petition. This time the goal was to get people to show their support for legalizing 4th trimester abortion.

Published on Jul 29, 2013
"Mandatory Euthanasia" for Senior Citizens to Be Part of Obama Care? Media analyst and author Mark Dice asks random people if they'll sign a petition to support the "mandatory" euthanasia provision in Obama Care to help keep healthcare costs down by putting senior citizens to sleep. Shot in San Diego, California.