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Rust in peace: Fiat Fiorino (mk2)

We photographed the second-generation Fiat Fiorino pictured below last week on the island of Sardinia. It was sitting in a disaffected parking lot in Olbia, one of the biggest cities in the northern part of Sardinia. 230 more words


Peace Sells... but Who's Buying this app?

Welcome to my metal lair fellow aficionados, of the greatest Thrash Metal band of all time.

Today I will be discussing my useful mobile app idea for… 356 more words


Rust in peace: Peugeot 309

We spotted the Peugeot 309 pictured below in a field while driving on the freeway. With the help of Google Maps we found out that we could access the car via a network of dirt roads so we grabbed our camera, hopped in our Renault 4 and drove out to get a closer look at it one night after work. 252 more words


10 Questions with Marty Friedman

by Ryan Meehan

At the end of the 20th Century, few guitar virtuosi were as respected and revered as Marty Friedman. After first rising to prominence alongside fellow six-string whiz Jason Becker in the influential band Cacophony and via his well-received solo debut “Dragon’s Kiss,” Friedman joined Megadeth, with whom he soon wrote and recorded the thrash landmark “Rust In Peace.” His 10-year tenure with the iconic group — during which they sold more than 10 million albums worldwide and earned multiple Grammy nominations — saw the band’s dream lineup reach its greatest heights, and Friedman’s unique sonic contributions became heavy metal DNA that to this day continues to inspire new generations of metal fans. 1,705 more words

Rust in peace: Mercedes-Benz 220D (w115)

The Mercedes-Benz 220D (w115) pictured below is ending its life behind an abandoned farm in the south of France. We were doing about 80 mph (130 km/h) when we saw it but we instantly knew it was a strich acht Mercedes. 173 more words


Rust in peace: Renault Espace (mk1)

We stumbled upon these three first-gen Renault Espaces at a disaffected repair shop about an hour west of Paris. Five years ago we would have probably kept on driving, or we would have stopped to see if anything else was hiding behind the shop, but yesterday we immediately turned around and got the camera out. 177 more words