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September 23, 2004


Heavy-truck maker Navistar has announced their new model,
the CXT, a monster pickup aimed at those for whom the
Hummer is just a bit too dainty. The CXT is built from
the same platform as a typical tow truck or cement mixer.

Here's a picture.

We've already done TWO lists about SUVs getting larger
and larger, but since nobody seems to be listening...

The Top 5 Signs Your
(Part I)

    1. Enough headroom for John Kerry.

    2. Its homeowners association tells you not to make any improvements to the front seat without first getting permission.

    3. That annoying thump you hear at highway speeds? That's the less fit being eliminated from the gene pool.

    4. The drive-through cashier asks, "Do you want fries with your extra-small penis?"

      and the Number 1 Sign Your Truck Is TOO DAMN BIG...

    5. Most of the bugs on your windshield were manufactured in Germany.

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Selected from 173 submissions from 64 contributors.
Today's Top Five List authors were:

  • Kevin Freels, Walnut Creek, CA -- 1 (20th #1) Website / Hall of Famer
  • Jill Gallagher, Seattle, WA -- 2
  • Joseph Moore, Concord, CA -- 3
  • Colleen Stelmaszek, Houston, TX -- 4
  • Andy Krakowski, Alexandria, VA -- 5
  • Andrew Hackard, Austin, TX -- Topic
  • Tristan Fabriani, Passaic, NJ -- Banner Tag
  • Scott Witmer, Hanover, PA -- RU list name
  • Carl Knorr, Devo City, OH -- HM list name
  • Chris White, Los Angeles, CA -- List owner/editor Email / Hall of Famer
  • Ruby, Seattle, WA -- Ambience   (explanation)

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