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Muppet

Up to date as of February 02, 2010

From Muppet Wiki

"Safari" is a Sesame Street song sung by David. He imagines that he's on a safari in Africa, looking for wild animals. He hears something in the tall grass, but it turns out to be a cat. He then talks about shooting some more animals, but it turns out that he's talking about shooting pictures with a camera.

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GTA

Up to date as of February 09, 2010

From Grand Theft Wiki

Safari in GTA London 1961.

The Safari is an "estate car" (known in the United States a "station wagon") in Grand Theft Auto: London 1961.

Description

The Safari is based on a Citroën DS "Break" estate car, also known in the United Kingdom as the "Safari", explaining the origins of the car's in-game name. The Safari is effectively the only estate car in the entire GTA London series, and serves as a mid-range car alongside GTA London 1961's Raven 2000. Being a 1950/1960s estate car, the Safari comes complete with a roof rack.

The Safari's performance and internal traits are nearly identical to that of the Raven 2000, with 25% more weight than usual, an excellent top speed, good acceleration, braking and grip, and average handling. The only differences are that the Safari has slightly better grip than the Raven 2000, as well as 2% more vehicle health. A Safari can be exported for £400 (when in mint condition).

Trivia

  • The Safari assumes the car ID of GTA London 1969's Mangler (#76).[1]

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Recipes

Up to date as of February 13, 2010

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Safari
A yellow Dutch liqueur flavored with exotic fruits (mango, papaya, wild limes, etc…). 20 per cent alcohol by volume.

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