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    Take That Hippie Bug!

    I was researching the Shredwell product line and came across this funny gem from one of their competitors about a parking violation. Thought you might enjoy the distraction and destruction. Watch where you park!
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    Who would have thought the floor pan was the last thing to get crushed? Most of them are rust piles.

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    Wonder if motor was pulled before going into the shredder?
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    That's what I would like to do to all the people who illegally park in the handicapped spots.
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    But Wait! I could have used those handlebars!



    Disposal of recovered unclaimed stolen property from the City of Brotherly Love I believe.
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    All I could see was all the good parts going to waste. Why not sell those bikes at action and make some money??
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    Most of that stuff was stolen from other thieves. To sell the bikes just puts them back on the street chasing the police and being chased by police again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    Most of that stuff was stolen from other thieves. To sell the bikes just puts them back on the street chasing the police and being chased by police again.
    That's not a very logical solution. By that argument anything worth stealing being owed by anyone will just being stolen so we might as well destroy all it. To me this is another sign of disposable consumerism, as well as a waste of all the the resources that brought this product to market.
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    Must be not much of a Thug's Life issue in Nova Scotia. Lucky you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    Must be not much of a Thug's Life issue in Nova Scotia. Lucky you.
    Surely with my bad eyesight and slower reflexes as I get older, I might just run into one of those fellars. By accident of course.
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