On Tue, 13 Feb 2007 09:14:06 -0600, "Steve Barker"
And of course you can substantiate this with more than one source?
Maybe (doubtful) in your son's locale it's true, but that wouldn't
change much of anything. Then again, maybe your son likes to make
things up, or mindlessly repeat things someone else told him without
checking them out. I'd appreciate a verifiable cite, even for your
son's locale. I'm pretty sure that's impossible!
Well not everything on Snopes is true by the way, but in this case I confess
I was fooled. However I still have a hard time believing that a spontaneous
event like that spawned that many photos - unless the guy was doing this for
5 hours or something and then there'd be a hell of a lot more people around
him. And there has to be some 1000 lbs on that car's roof being held up
I still say it's staged, but it happened, I was fooled.
The twine gets me. Acceleration of the car, bumps in the road, sudden
braking of the car and no State Troopers on the highway. The twine
held, right. HD should sell the twine and not give it out at the
"Well, it doesn't happen all the time, but when it happens, it happens
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