so what makes him a ricer?Nexus6 said:
I agree...I would do some unspeakable acts of evil upon that ricer..
That's not forgiveness.beastcivic said:Yeah, something similar happened up my way. A guy driving drunk killed a girl from my Highschool. His payment wasn't jail time or anything like that. He had to write a check for $1 every month or week (I forget which) like 10 years or more.. to the parents. The parents never cashed the checks. But just knowing he had to have a constant reminder was all they wanted. He did have to do 'classes' on not drinking and driving, etc. But apparently the checks killed him... it was the worst thing, having to write a check out knowing exactly what he had done and why he had to write it out.
Sorry, I meant racer not ricer...kawshon2 said:
so what makes him a ricer?
did you read the story?
And I agree that, he should have went to prison, but I also think the embarassment he has to face, by apologizing to the man's two son's, is going to be the hardest thing for him to do. And he has to go around with the dad, and promote safe driving and stuff.
just that alone, and the fact that he has to live with this the rest of life, is a pretty severe punishment aleady.
Yeah, it's the Pompeii Type R Mud Power Kit. It says right here on the box (it's a mix you make in a bucket) that the "lumpy texture disrupts the laminar airflow across the front of the car, like what golfball dimples do. The difference is a decreased coefficient of drag, and higher top end. It's like adding 50HP!!"beastcivic said:Vizor, is that the aftermarket mud kit you have on your car. =)