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Drivers of SL, the non-profit drivign club that was dubbed “Coolest Kats,” by Motor Sound Magazine, has arranged a camping event this weekend. Easy to drive in with a few spots left for community camping, the event has consumed hundreds of hot dog and hamburger buns, and participants assure visitors, there are always some left.

“Not sure about the meat, but yeah, always some more buns.”

The event has drawn in a good group of people, and some notable celebrities such as Crim. “We’re a generous group,” said one attendee, “and love a good time.”

The event can be found here (link)

Magnate and philanthropist Cam Maximus continues to amaze cartographers and GTFOers alike with his ongoing mapping project (link to it).

“He’s doing amazing stuff,” said a rep over at Waterbank Logistics. “He’s spanning continents and giving traders useful information. It used to be that truckers would have to stop in at the local Highway Patrol to get directions, but that’s all in the past. Just pull up one of the maps and hit the road!”

Cam Maximus was profiled here at Waterbank News, as one of the titans of industry. Click the tag for more!

Editor’s Note: The Sheriff’s Department is reporting that Cam Maximus has been missing for some time and is believed to have been abducted by the Claw.

Rox Oil (ROX) was once believed to be going the way of Unified National Oil (UNO), but is making a huge comeback, surpassing Yura and Ansco as the leading fuel provider for interstates.

“Our strategy is simple,” said the President of Rox. “We listened to one of our board members with a lot of experience.”

The board member in question is none other than Will Szymborska, CEO of SZYM and NTBI cornerstone. “Look,” his assistant told us, “Mr. S knows that the key to the market is the guy and gal on the road. We told Rox to build as many stations as they could, pack them with snacks and diners, and the customers will come.”

Windhill City (link at right) has added more roads and is the recent winner of a driving award, the coveted “Oh Yeah Groove Music Drivey Slide Award.”

The Oh Yeah Groove Music Drivey Slide Award is an annual award, though the awarders of the prized trophy, a small record store in Glenbrook, have said that there are two this year.

“We totally are givin’ up two,” they told us. “We already gave one to the Prototype Tri-State {Prototype, Northbridge, and Glenbrook}, and now we’re givin’ it up to Windhill!”

“It’s a really fun urban environment,” said one traveler speaking of Windhill. “I also drive the backroads of Glenbrook, but if you like drifting, Windhill has some spots!”

Ground crews and passengers at ERIA shared a bit of levity yesterday when a follow car, the car that directs airplanes to their gate, stopped for gas.

“I got out, put the gas nozzle in, and looked up,” explained the driver. “And there’s this 727 looming over my trunk. I guess I forgot to actually tell them to park.”

According to sources the follow car led the airliner to the gate, then went for gas. Everything seemed normal to the pilots, but the follow car never told them to park.

“There’s nothing funny about this,” complained the pilot. “You try doing a 3 point turn to back up a 727!”

As spring warms up most of the world, Braniff Airport is still handling winter vacationers, and making a lot of people happy.

“It’s so close to the resorts and sights,” said one vacationer. “You can’t beat the skiing and ice skating in Chamonix.”

Braniff-Unity Chamonix Regional Airport (link) is off of Amundsen Road in Minarlo Vite, and has a full range of services for travelers. Also they have a recreational race track under the tarmac.

At the elevation of 111, it also requires some adjustment for travelers. “My ears popped 3 times,” said a young child, “now I’m waiting for the last pop!”

“It’s a great location,” said a new intern at Grace Development Agency. “And there are some reasonably priced river lots for 10000 nearby.”