Space Shuttle Endeavor makes its way through Los Angeles like a sneaky little space snake (27 Photos)

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  • Salt

    #24 He's already sizing it up for 24 inch rims.

    • TommyKnockers

      those baby wheels on it now are probably at least 24's.

    • Pepper

      Could fit at LEAST 30's.

  • David

    I never thought I'd hear someone refer to the space shuttle as a "sneaky little space snake." Mac, you're fucking weird, but I love you.

  • Intensemasterdebater

    #27 Bait Shuttle

  • CallMeMaybe

    #27 FAIL, still has wheels.

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  • Woody

    There's a snake in my boot!

  • TomatoTipper

    #16 Ain't nobody got time for that!

  • daveonwheels


    • TomatoTipper

      Not quite.

    • Pr0n

      You're only 500% off. Maybe next time, but probably not.

      • daveonwheels

        Ur good at counting

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  • Rodion

    Is this serious or was there no security guards? I try to KCCO but I fucking hate taggers! #27

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    • Lucky Lucy


      • Waldo

        ^^^ Very nice!

    • NothingToSeeHere

      Maybe if they put some signs up to attract some deer, it would clear out the riff-raff in Ingelwood

      • yup

        I see what you did there

  • ColoForDAYS

    #27 Still would.

  • Matt

    #6 #9 Boy do I feel stupid. I never knew that was an actual place.

  • tv_paul

    #6 Yeah Ill take a dozen. Can I have 5 jelly, 3 chocolate and an assortment of the rest.

  • Nick Gaston

    You know, maybe if they'd done stuff like this a couple of times while the shuttle program was ACTIVE, they wouldn't have to worry about NASA's funding getting cut so often.

    • jjjjjjjj

      Seriously?? You mean take the shuttle out for a 10 million dollar stroll to save money.
      Makes total sense.

      PS. I don't think California's broke ass should have got the shuttle to begin with. It should have gone to Houston.

  • Guest

    It was definitely the coolest thing I've ever seen in L.A. and that includes the Olympics. (and Randy's donuts are great!)

  • AnyoneForCoffee

    #18 Who the f**k designed those houses?!

    Try and squeeze more ticky-tacky boxes on that crappy plot, why doncha!

    • bryanole27

      Monopoly designed them.

    • MylesofStyles

      Pics of your mansion please.

  • Chuck Schick

    While in LA, they should fill it up with illegals and send it back into space, for good.

    • Notknowing

      Yeah…they're only crossing the border at the rate of 800 million billion per day. Your idea would not solve this problem….dummy.

  • Brad

    That video would be cool to post for this article

  • cjuncosa

    Doesnt this thing fly?

    • JPL

      It's more like a controlled fall, really.

      • KJJ

        Exactly :)

    • KJJ

      It is not an airplane, it does not have the ability to take off and land on its own, it was built for space travel :)

      • Jen

        i think he was kidding…

  • Verbal_Kint

    I think all the people out watching this were the same ones at the last inauguration, instead of at work…

    • JPL

      This took place over a weekend

    • the credible hulk

      fuck off

      • Verbal_Kint


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  • KJJ

    We miss you already Endeavour, the space coast is not the same with you and Discovery gone forever :(

  • HostosFQ

    the question is:


  • Buster Cherry

    #6 Wow, that is one kick ass pickup truck.

    • ThruMy3Y3Z

      It only pulled it across the freeway

    • Notknowing

      I was just thinking, this would be an awsome commercial for that auto maker. I hate to say it, but I think it's a ffffff…fffff…ford. (I'm a Chevy man. This was hard for me.)

      • Daniel Tosh

        It's a Toyota Tundra. WTF America lets have a Ford or Chevy pull it.

        • VaderWRX

          The Tundra has the same amount of domestic content (75%) as the F-150, which makes it the 7th most American vehicle and places the Tundra ahead of trucks offered by GM and Chrysler-Fiat. The Tundra is also assembled at a $1.5 billion dollar facility in San Antonio, TX, which employs thousands of workers.

          If allowing the Tundra to pull the shuttle is “un-American,” allowing a Dodge or GM truck (which has a smaller percentage of domestic parts) to pull the shuttle would have been even worse. Perhaps an F150 would have been more “American,” but keep in mind that Toyota employs thousands of workers in California, and that the company has donated millions of dollars to the California Science Center (the final home of the Endeavour). So, it’s not as if Toyota doesn’t have some legitimate reasons to be involved here.

          • BIYF

            Toyota Camry is the most American car on the road. True story.

  • Kodos

    Hey Mac, read the side.

    The name is 'Endeavour'… with a 'u'.

    The British spelling.

    Don't worry, your compatriot over at TheBrigade got it wrong too!

  • Lucky Lucy

    #14 you mean the space shuttle travelled through a Home Depot parking lot?

  • Rob

    #9 holy moly donuts from next Friday

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