RoAb #95 – The ‘Caught in the Crossbow’ Episode

September 5th, 2011 at 9:28pm

Coming up on Roundabout, one teenager gets his comeuppance for throwing rocks off an overpass, and it ain’t pretty.  Learn which U.S. city is the WORST in the nation for speed traps.  And find out why the Florida Highway Patrol is facing a class-action lawsuit.  This one is really absurd.  Stick around for all of these great stories and lots more including another exciting installment of THE PRICE IS CORRECT, only on RoundAbout.  Special guests this week include Chris Sawyer and Al Vinikour from

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Featuring: Chris Sawyer, Al Vinikour, Jeffrey Ross, Craig Cole and Ben Sanders

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Show Notes:

Jeep crashes into hydrant, falls into sinkhole

Class-action lawsuit again Florida Highway Patrol

Underwater driving national guardsmen were “overconfident”

Worst car launch fails

The eight Most Dangerous Things You Can Do In Your Car

Livonia, Michigan named the worst city for speed traps

Yo Auto concept has weirdest doors ever

Kid throwing rocks at cars gets shot through abdomen with crossbow

RoundAbout RearView

Supercar . . . it’s Supercar . . .

Do you remember automatic seat belts?

Stupid Truck Trick

Excuse me, do you smoke?

The Price is Correct

Pick #1


Pick #2


Pick #3


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