He carries a wad of cash, wears bright colors, and has a sign posted his car–it might as well be a bull’s eye. He’s a pizza delivery driver and a prime target to be ambushed by four hungry and bored teens in this week’s comic.
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Para Hawg – is a semi-automatic compact handgun. What’s most significant about it is that it’s chambered in .45 ACP, which is a heavier load for a small gun. But with a larger round, you’ll get more stopping power.
Fanny Pack – also referred to as belt pack, belly bag, Buffalo pouch, hip sack, waist bag, hip pack, and bum bag just to name a few. It is literally a bag attached to a belt. Convenient for hikers, skiers, old folks and delivery drivers.
AMC Gremlin – During a time when the US faced a fuel crisis, an unpopular war and a recession (hey, wait a minute), the American Motors Corporation introduced the Gremlin. It’s a subcompact car produced from 1970 to 1978. This baby has a four-cylinder engine automatic or manual transmission, and large front seats. It was named by Time magazine as one of the 50 Worst Cars of All Time.