This website is so cute here There are so many lil things you can click on and it's just CUTE.
Today I had to tell Tmobile that I was allowing my Sister access to my acct and all I had to say was "AUTHORIZING" and for some dumb reason I couldn't say the word. Have you ever had those days? I'd start to say it and then blank out "Authoring" "AUTHOR" "AUTHORI" I felt like such a tart. I was finally able to spit it out. I also ate shit this morning when walking the dogs behind my house and bruised the palm of my hand HA HA.. oh dear. Did I mention I went to bed at 8pm last night? It keeps getting better.
If I had the Fastback or Charger that they used in the movie Bullitt and could leave early-you sure as hell bet I'd be the first one there and it would look kinda like the awesome car chase scene (see very bottom). I think the Fastback looks way tougher than the Charger, even tho I'm not a huge Mustang fan. BUT, I'd prefer a 1964 Plymouth Fury.
This old, old TV show about a horse named Fury- my favorite show of all time growing up, MIGHT have something to do with it.
"One of the screen's all-time best car chase sequences (at up to 110 miles per hour) was a 10-minute sequence filmed with hand-held cameras up and down the narrow, hilly streets of San Francisco as police lieutenant Frank Bullitt (Steve McQueen) chased after criminals in his car through hazardous intersections. Bullitt's car was a Highland Green, 1968 four-speed Ford Mustang Fastback GT (California yellow-on-black license JJZ 109) powered by a 390/4V big block engine, in pursuit of a black, 1968 four-speed Dodge Charger 440 R/T. The classic chase ended when the bad guys lost control and crashed into a gas station - with a fiery explosion. (Continuity errors in the sequence included an oft-viewed green VW Beetle, and the 6 hubcaps that fell off the Charger's wheels.)" from filmsite.org
Here's a pretty good story about the scene click here