The Runaway European Sports Coupe – Loud Labs Video Michael Hastings Car Crash

At the 4:10 mark, the Mercedes-Benz logo is clearly depicted on the trunk of the burning vehicle. In other news, Mercedes-Benz outlines their safety features to help avoid one car collisions into a tree that result in fiery explosions and the death of the journalist drivers who authored the following articles:

I Lost My Love in Baghdad: A Modern War Story. Scribner.
The Operators: The Wild and Terrifying Inside Story of America’s War in Afghanistan. Blue Rider Press.
Hack: Confessions of a Presidential Campaign Reporter”. Gentlemen’s Quarterly.
Obama’s War. Gentlemen’s Quarterly.
The Runaway General. Rolling Stone.
King David’s War. Rolling Stone.
Another Runaway General: Army Deploys Psy-Ops on U.S. Senators”. Rolling Stone.
Inside Obama’s War Room. Rolling Stone.
The Rise of the Killer Drones. Rolling Stone.
America’s Last Prisoner of War. Rolling Stone.
Panic 2012: The Sublime and Terrifying Inside Story of Obama’s Final Campaign. BuzzFeed/Blue Rider Press.

In a related story, Michael Hastings article that resulted in the resignation of four star general Stanley McChrystal was described by President Obama as “unhelpful.”

For those of you who are touring Los Angeles on one of those bus tours through Beverly Hills, you may want to add these two destinations to your excursion for paying homage.  Ironically Rolling Stone and Michael Hastings colleague, Matt Taibbi, celebrated the last time this happened to a fellow journalist.

Andrew Breitbart’s death by hostility ( and falling like a sack of potatoes… red potatoes:

600 North Highland Avenue, Los Angeles

148 S. Barrington Avenue, Los Angeles

The untimely death of “unhelpful” investigative journalists tour guide business map of the stars clearly revolves around the solar system as Uncle Jed’s mansion is right in the middle for those of you who “understand a little bit of English.”  May they rest in peace.



One other thing for all you Mercedes drivers out there.  According to the LA Times, the engine broke loose from the car and ended up in a yard 100 yards away.  You can see it for yourself at the 5 minute mark in the video above.  Best take your car into the dealership and have the engine mounts checked.  This could happen to you.,0,5825533.story?track=rss&utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+lanowblog+%28L.A.+Now%29

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