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Those purchasing a vehicle at Max Motors in Butler Missouri will receive an AK-47 assault rifle with their purchase during the month of August.
This is the second consecutive year the dealership has given away vouchers for a firearm as part of a sales promotion.
The logo at Mark Muller’s dealership is a nod to his feelings about guns – with an old west caricature pointing two pistols at those who pass by. He said it’s a nod to what he calls “big city” ways.
“We really are different than the big city dealers,” Muller said.
The actual promotion gives those who buy a vehicle a voucher redeemable at a gun shop for the $450 dollars it costs to get an AK-47.
“That way it separates you from anything bad that could happen,” Muller said. “We’ll put it in the hands of professionals who do this every day.”
The AK-47 ups the ante on a promotion Muller did last year, giving away vouchers for the price of the Caltec pistol. Muller proudly shows off the same pistol he carries in his pocket.
“We already did handguns,” Muller said. “Let’s do something more fun — AKs. You ever shot an AK? Oh, they’re a blast.”
Muller said he knows people are bound to be bothered by the promotion, even in his small city locale, people like Gabe Johnston.
“I would not encourage people to get an AK-47,” Gabe Johnston, of Jasper, Mo., said. “I’m fine with a rifle. But maybe not assault rifles … I don’t see the purpose of those guns.”
Muller said the purpose of any gun is protection — and at Max Motors, selling cars. “We get a lot of press out of these kind of promotion,” Muller said. “We sell a lot of cars. And we have a lot of fun.”
Muller says last year’s promotion, which also offered the option of $250 gas cards, sold 35 more cars than usual.
This year’s promotion is guns only, though Muller said customers can spend the voucher on a less expensive model, like a hunting rifle, or towards a more expensive one, like an AR-15 if they wanted to buy American.
One Colorado woman’s love for tofu has been judged X-rated by state officials. Kelly Coffman-Lee wanted to tell the world about her fondness for bean curd by picking certain letters for her SUV’s license plate. Her suggestion for the plate: “ILVTOFU.”
But the Division of Motor Vehicles blocked her plan because they thought the combination of letters could be interpreted as profane.
Says Department of Revenue spokesman Mark Couch: “We don’t allow ‘FU’ because some people could read that as street language for sex.”
Officials meet periodically to ensure state plates stay free of letters that abbreviate gang slang, drug terms or obscene phrases.
The 38-year-old Coffman-Lee says tofu is a staple of her family’s diet because they are vegan and that the DMV misinterpreted her message.
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A 10-year old’s driving services were requested by 43-year old Randy Lewis (that’s actually him in the picture, he was really wearing that shirt) and Paula Elaine Evans because they were too drunk to drive themselves. Other passengers included another 10-year old and a 6-year old. However, the driver lost control of the van at 90MPH and flipped it, before it finally came to stop on its roof.
Thankfully, all five individuals where released from the hospital with minor injuries, and Lewis and Evans (the adults could have died for all I care) both went to jail for charges ranging from child endangerment and neglect to DUI, a charge which can be levied in Tennessee even if you aren’t behind the wheel. After a performance like that, we sincerely hope nobody ever buys that dad a beer ever again.
When the authorities arrived on the scene, Lewis admitted to having consumed at least 15 beers as well as somealcohol while Miss Evans pounded down as many unidentified pills as she could before police arrested her.
Wow, making a 10-year old drive you home because you’re wasted? That’s just sad. I think we can all agree here that designated drivers should at least be 11½. You know, so they can reach the pedals.