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Anyone out there into CB radio? It's still popular south of the border, but not much up here. I just started getting into it, as in I have a CB installed and it works, LOL. When I am cross border shopping, I listen in on all these guys talking CB radio lingo on various channels. It's like being back in the 70's. "That's a negatory, 10-4 copy."
I have this 4 foot Wilson antenna installed on the fender of the truck now and I feel like a red neck...... even starting to talk with a twang.
so probably the other person didn't shoulder check before changing lane thus causes collision in result of dent and paint lost? $1900 sounds right for those cosmetic fixes?
Yeah.. seems like it. scuffs, repaint, new handle, new window could easily run into $1900. What car was it? BMW and MB like to rape people on parts cost, so there's no way a $1900 claim was much more than a ding/dent and paint loss.
I searched for truth, and all I found was You
In Japan, there's a scary sight on a port in Isumi City of Chiba Prefecture. The ground has been covered by 200 tons of dead, rotting sardines and the ocean has been stained red with their blood. It looks like a beach from hell.
According to Japan Today, the rotting sardine beach started crashing onto the shore over the weekend and continued into this week. It's insane that there were so many sardines on the ground it looked like rocky sand. The smell from the sardines, as you can imagine, is god awful and cleanup projects have begun to bury the sardines in landfills. The scariest thing is that no one is sure why this is happening, some are saying it's a lack of oxygen, others are pointing to it as an omen for another disaster.