Burnout: Miami Three

Posted:April 17th, 2009

David and Luan’s room was completely destroyed by the third day.

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Totally fucked.

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Ay caramba!

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Mauricio showed up from Colombia!

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Straight gangster rental car shit.

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Driving around, five days straight.

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Kicked out by old lady.

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Car in the landing.

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Too gnarly.

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Attempted.

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Too Catholic.

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Hardflipped.

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Kicked out by security guard.

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And again.

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Robinson Crusoe.

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Shot from within bum shanty!

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Primo attack!

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V-necks are so hot in Miami.

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Oh yeah!

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One day Ewan decided to start drinking at lunch.

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We went to one of those restaurants with all the crap tacked up on the walls.

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It was nice to do something cultural.

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Yep, pretty sweet trip.

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A part of me is still there, driving around.

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