Username: DiRF
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Real Name: DiRF
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Last 10 comments by DiRF

Comment for image #97330 6-30-2020 @ 11:56:05 PM
Posted By: DiRF  
Save that for Sweeps Week.

Comment for image #97331 6-29-2020 @ 02:52:03 PM
Posted By: DiRF  
This truck's on the brute squad.

Comment for image #44364 6-28-2020 @ 12:12:46 AM
Posted By: DiRF

And yes, it's indeed a very bad movie, but Candy's performance was actually quite good. His character really conducts himself as a confident, cool, collected, by-the-book cop. His interactions during traffic stops in the film are actually how you would WANT a cop to conduct themselves.

Comment for image #57201 6-27-2020 @ 11:35:29 AM
Posted By: DiRF  
Whoops... thought this was a Bentley Mulsanne at first, like the one Jeremy Clarkson test drove in Albania.

Comment for image #97294 6-27-2020 @ 10:50:03 AM
Posted By: DiRF  
Well... my state is well and truly fucked. Our esteemed elected officials have done everything they can to sweep the numbers under the rug and we're becoming the new global epicenter of the disease.

I try not to get political, but God DAMN... for a long, long time, GOP voters have been voting against their better interests, in terms of economic stability and personal health... now the politicians they're supporting are actively supporting efforts that will KILL them... and they're following those pied pipers (not wearing masks of course) happily to their doom, confident they're "winning" against the evil opposing political party/views.

Comment for image #94031 6-27-2020 @ 12:29:37 AM
Posted By: DiRF  
Y'know... these really have very nice proportions; the side profile from a distance certainly lets one appreciate the slight overall wedge shape that was used... very subtle.

Comment for image #97331 6-25-2020 @ 07:08:49 PM
Posted By: DiRF  
Repaint the body a grimy matte black, and it wouldn't look out of place in a Mad Max film.

Comment for image #94133 6-24-2020 @ 10:40:30 PM
Posted By: DiRF  
Well, this one's seen better days, but I still find myself a tad enamored with the J30's styling, even to this day.

Infiniti's lineup in the early '90s was quite something, actually. Each model felt "bespoke" as they were localizations of mid-to-higher-end JDM Nissans with no direct equivalent in the USDM Nissan lineup... the I30 and QX4 arriving in '96 was kinda the heralding in of slow decline and downfall, as they were based on vehicles already sitting in American Nissan dealerships... admittedly, they did try reversing that trend with the rebadged Skyline... but only after the Skyline stopped being relevant.

Comment for image #97164 6-24-2020 @ 10:30:51 PM
Posted By: DiRF  
Well sheeit. Maybe that'll open the door for Mazda to start selling the 2 again here in the 48 contiguous. No more Toyota fishy face.

Comment for image #95348 6-23-2020 @ 08:43:24 PM
Posted By: DiRF  
Aye, when I commented what I did, I performed a cursory search and found that one.

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