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Discussion in 'The Rumble Strip' started by GranTurismo916, Feb 7, 2014.
Wouldn't this be considered as spam?
This once happen when I was looking at the Rumble Strip...
"You're from Paris?"
Zombie tapdancing Buddha, I feel like I should be on a register just for looking at that image.
They forgot Colombian Britain.
Oh, I think I got this
British Columbia-Edmonton-saskatawa (or something)- Yukon-Nova Scotia- Prince Edward Island-Itchari (the place in the North nobody lives in)-Winnipeg-Toronto
Or did I name the capital of some provinces...
Toronto is the capital of Ontario. I think.
That's what I was forgetting.
I made a 92 on my North America test in World geography test and an 88 on the map quiz if it's any consolidation.
Corrections/additions in bold. Yes, I did them off the top of my head. 4 correct, 1 close, 3 cities, 4 missed + any I have missed.
EDIT: I had to check - it is Newfoundland and Labrador. And I forgot New Brunswick.
Very good! For accuracy: Yukon, Nunavut and the NWT are not provinces, they are territories.
Cheers. It does help that my girlfriend of nearly 10 years is from Toronto
Canadians: Name every US state
50% of Americans can't even do that...
Eh, at least I can.
How texting to 911 will go down
SLK63 AMG CONFIRMED!
smh, really, MBUSA? REALLY?
No one gave them the memo that it isn't an R230 SL600 or R231 SL63
It's like your mouth is moving, but you're not saying anything.
<--- Doesn't know the first thing about MB's naming conventions.
Would you like to learn?
I would. I think MB's the most confusing. I mean, Audi and BMW are just numbers and a letter or two. MB's just gibberish to me.
My car has the engine M112 E26.
I don't know what the M112 means (it's a V6 family that all share the same technology) but the 26 means 2.6L. The V8's of the same time frame are M113's. The next gen V8's are M273's, while the next gen V6's are M272's.
I have no idea why.
I shouldn't try this... but I will anyways