Last Call: Tiger King meets Godzilla

If you’ve been on the internet this past week you’ll likely see something about or related to the Netflix documentary Tiger King and this is my contribution. Even though the GT-R is an import and not an exotic, it still gave me a good laugh to see this on Twitter. Using the lights as eyes was a nice touch, not the first time I’ve seen it, but a nice touch.

I’d hate to be the guy that loses on the drag strip to this because I don’t think I could handle Joe Exotic’s smug face mocking me while I lose. Have you seen the show already and what did you think about it?

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4 responses to “Last Call: Tiger King meets Godzilla”

  1. crank_case Avatar

    Not much going on here other than more mail order small cars.

  2. 0A5599 Avatar

    The ’65 GeeTO Tiger contest car is coming up for auction. It’s expected to bring seven figures.

  3. Smaglik Avatar

    We’re on episode 6, but Netflix keeps crapping out. It’s interesting enough. Hell, being gay and out in rural Oklahoma should be enough for a reality show. Everything above that is gravy…

  4. William Byrd Avatar

    Started it over the weekend, it’s pretty solid. One part Making a Murderer, one part…crazy gay redneck exotic cat place. Episode one is OK, it gets rolling in 2 and 3.

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