Friday, 15 January 2016
It happens on the NSW North Coast in holiday periods. Dragging the weekly shopping out to the car you suddenly notice the number of big, sleek, brutal looking four-wheel drive vehicles with well-known brand names and number plates which indicate they might be holidaymakers.
Every year somewhere along the coastline the drivers of these vehicles prove the relationship between images from car advertisements like this…..
Image from Toyota “Top to Bottom” ad campaign
And stories like this….
Echo NetDaily, 7 January 2016:
A white Toyota 4WD is speeding straight for me. Collision course. But I’m not moving. I’m staring it down, like it’s a charging rhino.
Don’t blink. Don’t move. Mind over metal.
Toyota may be the go-to vehicle for your working man or jihadi terrorist – an unstoppable lump of heavy machinery – but I’m not budging.
You see, I’m on a beach. Yes, a beach. I’m not on a slippery building site wearing a hard hat, or in a desert storm wearing a kalishnokov, I’m on a beach in a national park. I’m a bloke in a sarong and I’m standing my ground against this pippi-crushing mechanical monster. I’m angry…..
Rest of the story here.