Project X – R

For all the bionic details about what led to the Creation of Project X, please visit the Intro Post. It’s totally worth six million bionic dollars.


Rockstar Energy Drinks are my go-to energy drinks these days. With a choice of flavors ranging from the plain (sugar free tastes like melted AMERICAN smarties) to Tangerine-mango-guava-strawberry, carbonated and non-carbonated and with caffeine levels (140-300mg) for all levels of need, Rockstar has me covered. In fact, this post was written with the power of Rockstar.

Road Rage

Road Rage, in others and even worse, in myself is one of the ugliest things I’ve seen. I drive a Subaru Legacy wagon and it weighs about 1.5tons. I’m driving a battering ram, and so is everybody else. God help us all when we as a world really begin to lose the last vestiges of self-control 😦

And that is it for this week. Stay tuned for our next episode, . where no Stone shall remain unturned on my journey to complete Project X!

25 thoughts on “Project X – R

  1. Not liking the sound of the drink, too many chemicals going on. Real Rockstars are cool though, I like lots of them. Road rage cannot be a thing when you drive a fiat 500, it’s like being in a little cradle of happiness and its zippy enough to avoid trouble.

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    1. Driving around a 1ton killing machine and nobody blinks.
      I’m at the point where if I see someone driving aggressively or dangerously, I deliberately slow down and get out of their lane so they get way ahead of me and I don’t have to deal with their attitude.

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    1. You should broaden your drinking palate. Appreciate the fine bouquet of chemicals that Fraggle mentioned 😉

      It’s not FOR bad drivers but tends to be caused BY bad drivers. I’d consider yourself lucky to live in a chill area…

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  2. Honestly, I think something about getting into a pickup truck turns the most mild-mannered pedestrian into a raging motorist.

    When I lived in a large Midwestern city, it was reliably the big pickups that drove like they owned the road … and it didn’t matter who was driving (age, sex, etc.).

    Now that I live in farm country, everybody owns pickups, but I still notice the effect if the pickup is large, expensive, and especially if it’s white or black. Red, blue, green, and gold pickup owners, you are off the hook … for now.

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    1. Pickup trucks definitely are an issue, but I have found that those little cars that kids drive and tinker with are more of an issue 😦 I see them darting through traffic like a mosquito all the time.


  3. Ugh! I definitely hate road rage. I’ve gotten much better about keeping my mouth shut on the road. It’s so hard though!

    Can’t say much for energy drinks. Unfortunately, my poor heart can’t handle it—not even coffee! I haven’t even seen this one.

    Happy New Year if we don’t speak before then. 😀

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    1. I have taken to saying “God bless you” when I want to say something else. It can help put me back in the proper frame of mind 😀

      I regularly try to kick the caffiene habit but always come crawling back :-/

      And a happy new years to you as well!

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