You Mean They All Don’t End at O.J.’s House?

Police in the car chase capital of the world, Los Angeles, are implementing a new hi-tech tool to help curb the amount of deadly high speed pursuits.  Squad cars will now be equipped with ‘sticky darts’ containing GPS tracking signals that can be shot at suspect vehicles, allowing law enforcement officers to back off and track criminals at their leisure.

Spike TV has already issued a statement declaring they will replace their now vacant 67 hours of car-chase themed programming with reruns of Behind the Pages: The Selection of Maxim Magazine’s Hometown Hotties, and even more footage of Japanese people getting hit in the groin with random over-sized novelty objects.

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