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The Texas senate just voted to get rid of the state’s mandatory vehicle safety inspection, The Houston Chronicle reports. This means all noble Texans should get ready to head to a scrapyard, buy whatever clapped out piece of crap their heart has been yearning for all these years, and enjoy the open road. The shoulder of the open road, if we’re honest.

The newspaper says the Senate voted 27-4 to approve Senate Bill 1588, which calls for the removal of a 67 year-old statewide policy mandating vehicle safety inspections for personal vehicles.

State Senator Don Huffines told the Houston Chronicle that it all comes down to saving taxpayers money—$130 million to be exact. That’s how much he says Texans are paying annually for what Huffines calls “a procedure that has proven to have no discernible safety benefit to drivers.”

Have you seen that video of a young girl telling President Trump that he’s “a disgrace to the world”? It’s a satisfying clip for those who believe the president needs to be called out to his face. But the video is completely fake.

The clip went viral on Twitter yesterday, with countless people believing it was a young girl speaking truth to the most powerful man in the world. But the clip is actually from a Comedy Central series called “The President Show” starring Trump impersonator Anthony Atamanuik. The show debuted last month and airs on Thursdays after the Daily Show.

The clip that has gone viral is embedded below. As you can see, it’s cropped so that the Comedy Central logo has been cut out.

You can probably guess I went with Verizon and got a new phone and a 2 year chain contract. It’s only been a couple days but I am pretty pleased so far and would recommend my local Verizon store over the local AT&T store. Maybe they vary from city to city but the customer service and tech support at the store I visited was far superior to anything I have received from AT&T.

Since Sprint and Verizon are both CDMA networks and share towers, I?m using Sprint and roam on Verizon whenever I choose.

What about T-Mobile? I?ve used them for years and love everything about them?plans, phones, contracts (shorter), and customer service.