car people are weird

The other day, a car drove by the club that had LCD TV screens embedded in the backs of all four headrests. So that the people in the back seat could watch TV. And so that any people who happened to be sitting on the trunk could watch TV. This was not an SUV, or a station wagon, this was a car-sized four-seat car, and the glass of the back window was three inches behind the rear TVs. The only people who could possibly see those TVs would be outside.
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9 Responses:

  1. spikenheimer says:

    omg. i havent seen fuzzbox in anyone's post in a long while. (last time being mine i think)

    i once met them. they were so cute.

  2. rnb says:

    Ordinary fuckin' people. I hate 'em.

  3. willco says:

    Did you see an extra seam across the trunk? I'm thinking, "rubmle seat". Now that is old skool.

  4. endquote says:

    Perhaps there was a two for one sale.

  5. jcheshire says:

    MTV's "Pimp My Ride" adds LCD monitors and DVD players to every car they customize. I'm happy to know I'm not the only one that doesn't get it.

  6. technotronic says:

    Ah yes, I've seen something similar. It's to show people behind you how pimp you are because you got LCD screens in your car. They're usually playing porn (please do not wank and drive) or some hardcode movie (you know the ones you rent and can't get through the first 5 minutes).

    I recently saw a Hummer (the first gen) driving around the neighborhood I live in. It had large speakers placed outside the cab, pointed away from the vehicle. Isn't that nice of them to let me "sample" the music they are listening to?

  7. kyronfive says:

    Yes, that's for tailgating...

  8. codenazi says:

    On the way to your club one night (maybe 3 months ago?), I was stopped in some horrible traffic on the bay bridge toll plaza/etc. This, umm... 'interesting' car was stuck to my right the entire time. It had:

    • At least 10 LCD screens playing.
    • LCDs on all headrests.
    • LCDs on the front window shades! (yes, blocking the front view out of the car)
    • LCDs on the REAR VIEW MIRRORS (both left and right sides)...
    • Speakers in various places, pointing both inside and outside the car.
    • He had pushed (illegally? probably...) the rear view mirrors up against the side of the car, so you, umm... "had the privilege" of watching his crap while you were stopped along side.

    I can't guess how many laws were being broken at on that thing... the real kicker, though, is what was playing on them all: Fox News!