First, I love the URL, it’s wasted as the people who think gun-free zones are actually gun-free are impervious to reality.
Shooting stats in gun-free Chicago are messed up.
Shot & Killed: 61
Shot & Wounded: 335
Total Shot: 396
Total Homicides: 64
That’s May, 2016. In gun-free Chicago.
I love this graphic
Don’t get me wrong, I don’t love what it’s showing, I love how it’s shown and the title. Chalkie. Heh.
Check out the whole thing, it’s chock full of messed up stuff in an unholy alignment of gun-free stupidity and the Ferguson Effect.
Coupla unrelated things.
Wisdmo From FrnakJ
Recall I was all happy about my 79 Caballero
Now I’m sorta happy and pretty unhappy.
I got it at Ideal Cars in Apache Junction, AZ.
Don’t buy anything from those scumbag assholes.
It didn’t have a spare, I noticed a few days after I bought it, they claimed they were going to get me one but finally, after few weeks of calling them every few days, I got one myself (I also had to get a jack and lug wrench), I know I should have checked, but who thinks of a spare tire when you’re looking at a car? I actually got a Krieger that matched the REVolution wheels, but I didn’t like buying stuff that should have been in it.The stock jack is crap (according to the ‘tubes) so I got a floor jack and a 4-way lug wrench.
I also didn’t realize that the wheels on the Caballero matched the wheels on my Mustang (also pictured), except the Mustang has 18″ while the Caballero has 16″ (upped from the stock 14″), that’s kind of cool.
I did check the oil before I bought it, it looked decent and it was full, and there were no leak stains under it.
Turns out, it had bad rings and bearings so it burned 5 quarts of oil after 2,000 miles. It had a 1,500 mile, 2 week warranty.
The reason I’m sorta happy, and only sorta unhappy, at being ripped off by some scumbag car dealer is because the body is very tight and I got it cheap, so I called Summit and I have a 430hp/480ft/lbs of torque, 383 Stroker Crank crate engine (with a 750 Holley Carb) on the way.
I’ve wanted an El Camino for a long time, now I have a very tough one. Well, a Caballero, but the only differences are the nameplate stuff.