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Jeffrey Alan Lash — Dead Man Rotting With 1200 Guns and a Wife That Says He Worked for a...

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  1. Paranormalis

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    The case seems right out of The X Files. A man’s body is found decomposing in his car out on the street where they determine he has been for a week or more. He has a stash of 1200 guns, over $200,000 in cash, and fourteen vehicles, one at least specially built to ride underwater (yes, Toyota apparently can do this for you if you have enough cash).

    That’s the crazy story of Jeffrey Alan Lash in California, and the plot is thickening by the moment. His wife says that Lash confessed to her that he was working for the CIA and several elite government agencies on some super-top-secret stuff. His family has confirmed that he is an “alien hybrid” constructed from DNA that apparently our government already has from extraterrestrials. And, as you might imagine, the mainstream media has little or nothing to say about it.

    Source: Common Sense Conspiracy
     
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  3. Opmmur

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    Amphicruiser: Amphibious 4WD based on Toyota Land Cruiser
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    The Amphibicruiser 4-door amphibious SUV takes to the water

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    "We wanted it to be as solid on water as the Land Cruiser is on land." That's Dutch Amfibious Transport co-founder Dirk-Jan de Jong talking about his company's heavy duty amphibious 4WD, the Amphibicruiser. Built around a Toyota Land Cruiser engine, it's a fully fledged on and offroad cruiser that can be driven up a river or out to sea with next to no training.

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    The idea of a vehicle that’s as useful on water as it is on land is hundreds of years old, and as relevant today in many parts of the world as it ever was. There’s a staggering number of modern amphibious vehicles on the market – keep an eye out for Mike Hanlon’s upcoming roundup to see just how many different approaches there are to this one problem.

    The Amphibicruiser doesn’t go for James Bond-style sporty glamor like theGibbs Aquadathat Richard Branson broke the English Channel crossing record in. And it doesn’t go for outright top speed like theWatercar Panther, which belts along at a frankly scary 45 mph (72 km/h) on the water.

    Instead, the Amphibicruiser is focused on rock-solid reliability and down to earth practicality as a leisure or commercial vehicle. Built around a 4.2-liter Toyota Land Cruiser engine, it drives like a regular 4x4 on land, easily holding freeway speeds, but proceeds at a modest 8 mph (13 km/h) in the water after a press of a button sends power to the water jet instead of the wheels.




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    Built by Dutch Amfibious Transport (DAT), who is also responsible for theAmfibusthat’s currently running “splashtours” around Rotterdam, the Amphibicruiser was originally designed and built to form a fleet of self-drive go-anywhere tourist vehicles for a safari park in Asia. Recognizing the rugged practicality of the platform, DAT then developed it into a series of production models which started delivery in October 2013.

    "The Amphicruiser is not only the most popular vehicle we make, but it’s the easiest to implement in any situation,” DAT co-founder Dirk-Jan de Jong told us. "The big buses that we build are 25,000 kilo (55,000 lb) vehicles, so you need a little bit of infrastructure to run them. The Amphicruiser is something that you can run anywhere, it has a lot of purposes, not only recreationally. We have a lot of enquiries for it, there’s a lot going to Dubai. They like it because it’s based on the Land Cruiser and they like the Toyota spec vehicles. It’s an easy market for us.”

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    To look at it, the Amphibicruiser doesn’t give much away. It looks like… well, like a brick outhouse 4WD, the kind that soccer moms don’t drive. The doors are at a regular height, kept waterproof by inflatable seals, and the stainless steel body shape is all business.

    It’s also designed to be extremely easy to get along with – the steering and controls work more or less the same on water as they do on land, so with minimal instruction just about anybody can take the wheel and get the Amphibicruiser in and out of the water. All you need is a sloped bank that’s not too steep…and a trust fund.

    The starting price for this hand-built machine is €130,000 (US$180,000) for a 2-door soft top, and goes all the way up to €180,000 (US$248,700) for a 4-door, fully equipped SUV.

    DAT sees this as primarily a professional, heavy duty fleet vehicle, albeit one with some great recreational possibilities. The ability to cross most bodies of water would open up vast possibilities to campers and fishermen, even if they’d need deep pockets.

    De Jong feels that the market for these unique multi-mode vehicles is just about to mature, saying, “the complexity of the technologies made it difficult to combine them 10 years ago. I think the time for the amphibious vehicle is now."
     


  4. Itheblaze

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    Are there any that turn into a submarine and can drive on the ocean floor?
     


  5. TimeFlipper

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    He certainly liked his guns and cars lol..Maybe his body was decomposing because his time on earth was up, or he was killed to prevent him making us aware that he is an alien hybrid
     
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  6. Derrick C.

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    more then likely he was silenced so know one would know he was ET hybrid.