Fast cars, low prices and a free sniper rifle for your trouble

19 October 2010

In the opening scenes of Bowling for Columbine, Michael Moore can be seen discussing a new bank account with a member of staff. It transpires that instead of of receiving a free pen or Woolworth's voucher for opening an account, customers were given a free gun. Of course, that was nearly a decade a go, and Americans aren't nearly as batshit gun-crazy as they were then.

Don't be stupid, of course they are. And to prove it, here's Max Motors in Nevada - "fast becoming the Premier New and Used Car Dealer on the Internet" - with a website that looks like it hasn't been troubled by a designer for since the invention of the car. But what catches your eye as you scroll down the page is their special offer - it's not just a free gun you receive when you buy a Viper sports car from Max, but a free sniper rifle:

Bitterwallet - Max Motors - free sniper rifles

Viper rhymes with sniper - presumably the only justification needed to run this amazing offer. Tempted? Have a listen to their radio commercial to learn more. Imagine the sort of people who would buy a Viper - then imagine them in possession of a sniper rifle. Good god.

TOPICS:   Motoring   Travel


  • Nobby
    I'd prefer a gun to a Woolworth's voucher. Unless I lived in Australia or somewhere else that Woolworth's is still going.
  • br04dyz
    with that sniper rifle, you could get all the wollies voucher you could ever want!!!!
  • unknown
    Not quite as awesome as the free AK-47 deal they did earlier:
  • PokeHerPete
  • free k.
    You can certainly see your skills in the paintings you write. The sector hopes for more passionate writers like you who are not afraid to say how they believe. All the time follow your heart.

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