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I got my name from my neighbor, actually. He's one of those creative people who likes to make his car as ugly and obnoxious as possible, a term known as "ricing" his car. He owns what used to be a '01 Honda Accord. That was until he added a wing to the rear of his vehicle, added some euro lights, put a can on the exhaust, and added some japanese characters large enough to be seen from space and which he has no idea what they mean to both sides of his vehicle (a friend of mine who was stationed in Okinawa says it means "dog outside". ???). A note on the "can". We can all tell when he's driving somewhere within 10 miles of my house...I promise, it is that loud. Last week, he added a 200 shot of NOS. This with a slightly altered engine is not a Good Thing™. He will blow up his car...if I don't do it first.

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