low to da flo

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^Don't start getting mad now, this is the thread that YOU created, which was misleading, so you have to expect to get some flack over your POORLY misspelled claim.
 

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If it's low to da flo, then you are implying that your car is slammed..

This is exactly why people need to stop making up these retarded words and phrases that are suppose to sound "cool", but make no sense and sound unintelligent.
 

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^Don't start getting mad now, this is the thread that YOU created, which was misleading, so you have to expect to get some flack over your POORLY misspelled claim.

Lol. Yezzirr. Trust me its alll goooood. Thats why have u guys on here for.
 

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so you COINCIDENTALLY took obscure photos of ONLY THE FRONT of your car barely showing the tires or the side of ur car and named a thread "low to da flo" like some illiterate goon

on top of this... you thought that everyone would get that the point of ur thread was how the bumper is ~ 2 INCHES off the ground in a position in which other members on here would lose their subframe and be given props

plz gtfo
 

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its candy for my eyes. if you dont like it thats you. if i only took pictures of the front is because only the front looks good. guess you need more details for persons like you
 

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235U + 1 neutron 2 neutrons + 92Kr + 142Ba + ENERGY You might have been wondering, "Where does the energy come from?". The mass seems to be the same on both sides of the reaction: 235 + 1 = 2 + 92 + 142 = 236 Thus, it seems that no mass is converted into energy. However, this is not entirely correct. The mass of an atom is more than the sum of the individual masses of its protons and neutrons, which is what those numbers represent. Extra mass is a result of the binding energy that holds the protons and neutrons of the nucleus together. Thus, when the uranium atom is split, some of the energy that held it together is released as radiation in the form of heat. Because energy and mass are one and the same, the energy released is also mass released. Therefore, the total mass does decrease a tiny bit during the reaction
 
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