Comment: Don't argue with idiots

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Don't argue with idiots

You'll never win, only feed them further. Too bad they are leaching onto the liberty movement instead of focusing on something like /b

I love how this theory has zero evidence. I've seen first hand a car smash into a pole at over 100mph and the car exploded instantly. I wasn't a Porsche, it was a Volvo wagon (supposedly safer than most cars, but at the end of the day it was still a car, well not really). Those that doubt such a safe car can catch fire are retreated knuckle draggers. Watch a Nascar wreck sometime, the car of tomorrow chassis is one of the safest in the world and they can still catch fire. Any car that impacts at high speed can easily rupture the fuel tank, all that's needed is a spark which is very common to happen in high speed accidents where kinetic energy is transferred also there is a large 12V battery as part of the car. All it takes is an exposed wire to touch metal. As we can see with the untimely death of Michael Hastings.

If the OP of this post knew that hydraulic power steering can not be controlled by a computer then we wouldn't have such trite as this. Electric power steering, which the Carrera GT does not have, can be hacked. Not all car crashes have skid marks, and the lack of them doesn't mean that nutty theories mean anything.

So what we have is a man who make lots of money off the image of going fast, who liked to drive fast himself, took a ride with a friend who has a fast car and liked to go fast, crashes. And this r-tards thinks it was a directed energy weapon? Get a life.

When people come to this site for the first time and see stuff like this it keeps good, sane people far away.

Paul and no Bank.