The Ghost of Snapped Shot

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FINALLY: A Tire for the Outraged Masses™

Soon to be a Kinder, Gentler Outrage™.
(REUTERS/Oleg Popov)


I have a feeling that this product will sell well amongst the Perpetually Outraged™ (h/t FR):

KUMHO Introduces World's First "Aroma Tire" For Select Passenger Vehicles
U.S. market will carry limited inventory of orange, lavender and jasmine scents

Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. — KUMHO Tire USA, announces the introduction of the world’s first fragrance automotive tire, the ECSTA DX. The project is the “fruition” of more than a year’s worth of research and development to deliver an alluring aroma tire that replaces the normal “black rubber” smell with heat-resistant oils in the scent of lavender, and in later versions, neroli (orange) or jasmine. Visitors to www.kumhotireusa.com can find the nearest dealer and TireRack.com will ship them for installation.


No word on when these miracles of modern protest technology will be hitting the Arab Street. As an added bonus, just in case you're in the mood for more Flaming Tire Fun™, I've got a handful of Snapped Shot's best tire-burning fun beyond the fold.
Palestinian protesters stand behind a barricade of burning tyres during a demonstration near the Qalandiya checkpoint on the edge of the West Bank city of Ramallah March 9, 2007. REUTERS/Oleg Popov (WEST BANK)


Lebanese soldiers stand guard in front of protesters burning tyres in Dora, east of Beirut January 23, 2007. Thousands of Lebanese protesters blocked main roads in Beirut and around the country with rubble and burning tyres on Tuesday at the start of a general strike called by the opposition to try to topple the government. REUTERS/Wadea Shling (LEBANON)


[Ed.: This guy is a "protester," all right... but only if I'm the King of England!] A protester looks at burning tyres on the road leading to the airport at the start of a general strike called by the opposition in a Beirut suburb January 23, 2007. Thousands of Lebanese protesters blocked main roads in Beirut and around the country with rubble and burning tyres on Tuesday at the start of a general strike called by the opposition to try to topple the government. REUTERS/Khalil Hassan (LEBANON)


People burn wood and tires to block a road to protest against electricity shortage in Karachi, Pakistan, Sunday, June 17, 2007. Youths rampaged through Pakistan's biggest city torching a police booth and erecting blazing barricades to protest 10-hour power cuts in a fresh headache for the government of President Gen. Pervez Musharraf. (AP Photo)


Supporters of assassinated anti-Syrian lawmaker Walid Eido burn tires in Beirut, Lebanon Wednesday, June 13, 2007. An explosion, apparently from a bomb-rigged car, rocked Beirut's seafront Wednesday, killing an anti-Syrian lawmaker and nine others, security officials said. The 65-year-old lawmaker, Walid Eido, was the seventh opponent of Damascus to be killed in two years in this conflict-ridden country. (AP Photo/Mahmoud Tawil)


An opposition member flashes the V-sign as he stands near a burning car in Beirut, Lebanon Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2007. Opposition protesters paralyzed Lebanon Tuesday by burning tires and cars at major thoroughfares in the capital and its approaches to enforce a general strike that aims to topple the government. (AP Photo/Mahmoud Tawil)

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Comments:

#1 Rooster 16-Aug-2007
Why do you have a Trademark on your stupid sentence? Nobody is going to look at that sentence and thing "HOLY SHIT I NEED TO STEAL THIS GOODNESS!" Dolt.

[i][Ed.: Originally posted on 7 Aug 2007 at 16:56 EDT][/i]
#2 Brian C. Ledbetter 16-Aug-2007
LOL! It's called "Sarcasm," you dummy!

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"So it is written, so it is done."[/center]

[i][Ed.: Originally posted on 8 Aug 2007 at 09:29 EDT][/i]
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