Jalopnik Late-Night: Racist, Sexist Jesus-Freak Douchebag Has World's Funniest Pro Honky Drunk Driving Site

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As a man once known as Samuel Clemens said, "There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies and statistics." Still, we love the paranoid delusional ramblings of a crazy man sitting in his mother's attic registering his hate throughout the world via the power and glory of teh internets. I mean, how funny is;

"6,000 ADDITIONAL men die in traffic accidents annually due solely to the higher accident rate of women drivers—twice as many lives as MADD claims to save each year from drunk drivers."


Seriously, how? And for the record, in 1996 1.7 Americans died for every 100 million miles driven, compared to 2.5 highly precise deceased weisswurst eaters. We also hope 100,000 sets of Jalopnik eyeballs blow the hell out of the bandwidth on his puny, $3.99 server.

American Highway Holocaust [The Christian Party]

Drinking And Driving Can Cause You To Have To Install The Drager Interlock Breathalyzer System [Internal]


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Jonny Lieberman

I've been to many of the camps, including Dachau.

The worst by far was Birkenau, the death camp portion of Auschwitz. First of all, it is as big as ten football fields. Or bigger. And for the part of the year when it isn't frozen, it's a swamp.

Second, none of it has been restored. There is no museum or any guided tours. Just Polish death metal kids getting drunk in the decaying barracks.

Third, the train tracks in lead right up to the four gas chambers.

Fourth, and most horrible, there are essentially suburban homes about 50 yards from the from the gas chambers. And they don't look very new.

There is a giant stone memorial to the right of the gas chambers which simply says something like, "1.5 million people, most of them Jews, were murdered here by the Nazis" in a bunch of languages.

I remember standing on the memorial in a daze and this German high school class was there on a field trip essentially being told, "Look what your grandparents did." I've never seen such sadness. One girl, who was crying uncontrollably grabbed me and hugged me and sobbed for a good five minutes.

Total horror.