Tumblr these last few days and possibly everywhere else on the internet :)
Someone is shamelessly impersonating Thomas Gibson on Twitter.
As can be seen in the first and last images, that person has even copied what Thomas wrote in his profile in his VERIFIED account. The second and third images show how he/she is misleading fans (avatars and handles have been blurred for privacy) into thinking they’re communicating with the real Thomas.
Impersonating someone is a crime, first and foremost. But most important even in a case like this one, is that in doing so, this person is playing with the feelings of Thomas’ fans and of course, will end hurting them badly.
PLEASE, help spread the word about this fake account so whoever manages it closes it and stops his/her unacceptable behavior!
Top Gear drives the 2013 Porsche Cayenne GTS, declares it “the best-handling SUV we’ve driven to date”
Porsche’s people like to claim the new Cayenne GTS brings ‘emotion’ to its insanely popular SUV range. And they’re right. That emotion mainly being: “How in God’s name am I managing to corner this fast in a two-tonne 4x4?”
The Cayenne is a Porsche that will always split opinion, but, once you’re on the move, it’s always had that essential Stuttgart DNA. It shrinks around you in a way that the BMW X5s and Audi Q5s of this world simply can’t match. And the GTS version moves the game on once again.
The normally aspirated 4.8-litre V8 from the Cayenne S has been fettled to release another 20bhp, up to 414bhp, with peak torque of 380lb ft coming in at 3,500rpm. It’s also 160kg lighter than its predecessor, all of which means a 0-62mph time of 5.7secs and a vmax of 162mph.
The suspension is lowered on a completely revised chassis set-up: by 24mm on the standard steel springs or 20mm if you choose air suspension. Plus, of course, there’s Porsche’s familiar alphabet soup of options. Trick active suspension management (PASM) is fitted as standard, but for the full ‘emotion’ described above, you’ll want Porsche Dynamic Chassis Control (PDCC) to further reduce body roll, and Porsche Torque Vectoring Plus (PTV Plus) to improve handling.
The result? The best-handling SUV we’ve driven to date. With the Sport button pressed, the steering response and lack of roll is remarkable: just point and go. It’s only really when braking from speed that you become aware of all that mass surrounding you.
Ernest Borgnine, you will be sorely missed as an actor and one of my favorite superheroes. No one protected us from EEEVVIIIIIILL as well as you.