This Street View shot captured the aftermath of an accident where one of the cars has overturned. An onlooker is on the left side of the frame while one of the drivers seems to be looking for documents on the right.
Always pack a kit that has all the essentials before setting on an adventurous trip in your 4x4. There have been times when even experienced drivers have got stranded. The kit should have essentials like petrol, a strong rope, shovel, emergency beacon, two way radio, food and water. Make sure you have a detailed map of the area you are out to explore. GPS has definitely made things easier, but there is a possibility it can get damaged.
"The very next day the FBI served me what do you do with a radio earpiece a subpoena to appear before the grand jury in Washington. After they left I called Tony. I asked him if I should make up a story or take the Fifth [exercise his right against self-incrimination] and force them to offer me immunity. Tony said to get a lawyer out of D. C. and make up a story. We'd deal with Lisner later.
Drive starts of with the driver taking a job as a driver for heist. Instead of having the chase rely on speed and crashes, the driver cleverly listens to a security equipment and drives wherever they are not looking then stops the car in a safe location. The driver gives his passengers his full skill set for a limited time. When the time is up he parks the car and walks away expecting never to hear from his accomplices again. His stealth tactics are unique and suspenseful. It is a fun and original way to experience a car chase.
For Dog: A leather vest, a long blonde wig you can cut up, black jeans, feathers (for the hair), hand cuffs, a Native American style strip of cloth for an arm band and a walking stick.
Tie the Native American designed material around your forearm. Use a large straight tree limb as a walking stick. You can wrap some material or leather strips around it to make it look more authentic. Clip an old walkie talkie to your belt loop as well.
Citizens must never underestimate how much they can help. Redrick explained "CSI( the T.V. show) is far more advanced the Chicago police department" when it comes to forensics. He told of how a criminal who committed robberies in both Illinois and Indiana finally got caught because an eight-year old boy who watches the T.V. show pointed out to the Mobile Crime Unit how to get saliva off a cigarette butt and use the DNA to identify the criminal.
Squirting Faucet- This is a cheap and easy prank to play on anyone. All you have to do is get a rubber band and twist it around the handle of the squirt part of the kitchen faucet. Then one someone turns on the water, the squirter will turn on and it will squirt them in the face.