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Old 12-07-2012, 01:31 PM   #284941
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i uh... i'm not.. but i... everonone else...
Meh, you'd probably in the the too far away group with albee and Wes.
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Old 12-07-2012, 01:32 PM   #284942
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Because gifts.
You do gifts at the end of your fast? I thought it was just lots of voracious grazing of food.
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Old 12-07-2012, 01:32 PM   #284943
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The show was disappoint? You're disappoint!
it's not my fault that jeep, porsche, morgan and subaru are the only companies building something I would want to buy. well, maybe that c63, but only used because i'm not taking that kind of a hit on depreciation. I feel like I went there with high hopes for a lot of cars and left dissapointed by even more.
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Old 12-07-2012, 01:33 PM   #284944
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Meh, you'd probably in the the too far away group with albee and Wes.
but they made the list
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Old 12-07-2012, 01:34 PM   #284945
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Ugh, mod wise, I still have a lot to go.

Things I need:

- Upgraded chargepipe
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because racecar

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Also need an upgraded oil cooler lol
That's a lot of mods just to get to school and back.
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but they made the list
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Old 12-07-2012, 01:35 PM   #284947
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Oh, maybe Dr. U would go?
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it's not my fault that jeep, porsche, morgan and subaru are the only companies building something I would want to buy. well, maybe that c63, but only used because i'm not taking that kind of a hit on depreciation. I feel like I went there with high hopes for a lot of cars and left dissapointed by even more.
BMW for example, I wouldn't buy one, but they sure are fun to talk sht about, and to try and find cool little nuggets of engineering and design among the sht.
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but they made the list
Sorry, I guess they are just more important and less forgettable than you.











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surprisingly not. I was doing research on enzyte as a performance enhancing drug(not that I would take it, but the discussion came up in class).

Unrelated though.
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BMW for example, I wouldn't buy one, but they sure are fun to talk sht about, and to try and find cool little nuggets of engineering and design among the sht.
That's pretty much what we did. I may have been a little harsher to the lincoln rep showing us their new pos. When we were speaking about the design i may have said something like "well, at least they tried and that's what counts"
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Sorry, I guess they are just more important and less forgettable than you.
thanks albee

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Yeah, mostly gifts of money. Much is spent during that month.
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Dr. U would probably drive.
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That's a lot of mods just to get to school and back.


FWIW, my drive is 1 hour each way. Might as well make it as fun as possible
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That's pretty much what we did. I may have been a little harsher to the lincoln rep showing us their new pos. When we were speaking about the design i may have said something like "well, at least they tried and that's what counts"
Well done.
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Yeah, mostly gifts of money. Much is spent during that month.
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