Big & Rich are back with a 13-song release, which they self-produced. “California” is the lead single from the release. Release date will be: September 15, 2017.
Here at SoCalTrucks we feel every TRUCK is California and BIG & RICH!
(Disclaimer: A lot of blood, sweet & tears were involved while building these trucks)
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The SoCalTruck owner is known to drive a lifted truck, maybe ride a snowboard, motocross, wakeboard or surf, and probably dresses like most other SoCal residents. Although different from the other 99% of the U.S., it’s usually pretty easy to spot one. Well, so what’s the opposite a SoCalTruck person? We could throw out a bunch of different descriptions, but instead, just watch the video below. It’s this random guy who videos himself talking for 7 minutes while driving. Who would want to watch that? 17 people…or one person 17 times.
He rambles on about maximizing gas mileage, graduation, the new Mac, and hitting the gym. It’s like he was built for the movie Best in Show. The best part occurs around 4:35 when he breaks his monologue about hitting the gym to mock a lifted truck in front of him. He asks the question, “Seriously, why is your truck that high off the ground?” There it is! That’s exactly how you know the opposite of a SoCalTruck owner. It’s someone who would ask a question like that. Some answers that come to mind as to why a truck would be high of the ground include: 1) offroading, 2) running over things, 3) sitting higher than almost every other truck on the road, 4) looking amazing, 5) all of the above.
It’s not working out or loving Macs or even maximizing gas mileage that makes you non-SoCal. What puts you at the opposite end of the spectrum is when you ask dumb questions about big trucks. Enjoy the video…if you can get through 7 minutes of awkwardness. Click here to watch it.
The Dakar Rally is a two week off-road rally that takes place in Senegal, Africa. Senegal, is the farthest African country to the west and borders Mali. This race has been in effect since 1979 and still going strong.
This race heads through more than five countries and covers thousands of kilometers. This race makes the Baja 1000 look like a trip to the public pool. This year, Robby Gordon and team Pro-Comp tackled the race. They are racing a Hummer with more sponsors than MySpace. As of Stage 10, Robby sat in 11th place, but was still in the race.More