The Brimstone Quadracycle is what you’d probably expect the spawn of a sports car and a motorcycle to look like. Brimstone Cycles, the company behind this beast, builds each one to the specifications of the customer. It doesn’t come cheap but it looks vicious. Check out the website for more photos and a complete list of options as far as engine and features.
I don’t like the drugs but the drugs like me.
Update 12/24: Last day!
The holidays are coming and we, the merrymakers at What The Christ?, want to make this year special for all of our loyal visitors!
That’s why, starting now, VIP accounts are $15. The price is good through Christmas. That’s our longest lasting price cut to date!
On top of that, every new VIP account created between now and December 24th will be entered into a drawing to win a copy of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. The winner gets to pick the version – PC, Xbox 360, or PS3. And who knows? We may even throw in some extras!
If you already have a VIP account, no worries! Any and all general donations above $5 will also qualify the donor for entry into the drawing! All proceeds go toward covering several big upcoming WTC projects.
What’s that? You think that there should be other prizes? We do, too! That’s why we’re also going to draw names and give away a few awesome t-shirts and a couple of Reservoir Dogs DVDs and Blu Rays. (For those of you who don’t know, Reservoir Dogs is the movie upon which many of the site’s author names are based.)
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The look of the entire IGN site network changed this morning, marking their first major redesign in several years. Personally, I don’t like the new design. Things are a lot harder to find than they used to be – and their site wasn’t exactly easy to use to begin with. You can read the full press release here.