General Challenger DiscussionThis section contains general discussion about the Dodge Challenger. If it does not fit into a more specific area, it probably belongs in here. (Dodge Challenger General Discussion)
True - you might be able to reload a revolver faster than I can insert a clip...but that's not the point. I can kill someone with a bullet. Doesn't really matter what kind of barrel it's shot out of. I have a .38 caliber for home defense. Take away guns from us common folk, and the only people that'll have guns are the cops and the bad guys...with us stuck in the middle as targets. I'll have to resort to trying to club a robber to death with a baseball bat...till they try and take those away.
John Lennon's song "Imagine" pretty much points to everyone living "as one" under one government...sounds OK in a song, but scary in reality....no thanks.
'11 Challenger SRT8 392 Auto, Billet Metallic Other Cars:
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Wow! I have heard a lot of people saying this was just a hoax and a joke, but when I went in and picked up my favorite magazine today, here is what was on the cover! Judge for yourself!! This could be serious, what are we going to do?>
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LOL THIS is an assault vehicle....fully functional UNSC Warthog...Spartan not included
2009 Dodge// Challenger S/E--TorRed
Custom 9-11-01 nose badge | custom 3.5L hood badges | CAI | Hood pins | DIY engine bay dress up | MOPAR hood struts/pedal kit/fuel door | blacked out side mirrors | Under dash ambient light | Jones Full Boar exhaust | Cuda' style MOPAR hockey stick striping |
Honor God, Love your Woman, Defend your country!!!
Ah come on now everyone, I made that magazine cover in Corel Draw as a joke on the spoof that was going around on Facebook and other places. Look at the title of the magazine and some of the other "articles". Please tell me that no one actually believes it, that would really be scary!
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