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Old 03-27-2013, 02:25 PM   #322121
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One of the reasons why I respect Kalim is because I've been told how cool he is about his boners. This changes everything.
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Old 03-27-2013, 02:25 PM   #322122
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You've never made any silly mistakes when you first started driving?
I never confused the pedals and crashed into a house.

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Old 03-27-2013, 02:28 PM   #322123
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One of the reasons why I respect Kalim is because I've been told how cool he is about his boners. This changes everything.
Don't let it affect too much. When you are actually in the presence, you'll be too busy being completely awe struck to care.
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Don't let it affect too much. When you are actually in the presence, you'll be too busy being completely awe struck to care.
I call it the sphere of hairy sweater vested influence. It's kind of like Scarlett Johanneson's cleavage but more brown and a lot less especially with this new found revelation about his coolness with boners.
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Old 03-27-2013, 02:34 PM   #322125
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I never confused the pedals and crashed into a house.

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Nothing. Nothing at all.
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Old 03-27-2013, 02:34 PM   #322127
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Nothing. Nothing at all.
Lies.

Regale us with your Shehroz moments.
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I'll keep an eye out this year at Bimmerfest.
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I never confused the pedals and crashed into a house.

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Although I did drive into a hillside once in the beater s10

Rain + balding tires with little weight on them + rwd + a torquey engine =
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define "torquey"...I wouldn't go so far as to say any engine found in a s10 was torquey but rain and balding tires will usually do the trick for most anything RW or FW drive
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You'll need at least two
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Although I did drive into a hillside once in the beater s10

Rain + balding tires with little weight on them + rwd + a torquey engine =
Ooh, ouch. How bad was it?
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Lies.

Regale us with your Shehroz moments.
The worst thing that I've done is back out of my garage while the door was still closed. This was when I first started to drive and I was probably in a hurry and forgot to open the door lol. It was really minor. I think the garage door was bent a little bit and there was a very small dent in the bumper of my suv, but that's it. I definitely haven't mixed up my pedals and plowed into my house.
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The worst thing that I've done is back out of my garage while the door was still closed. This was when I first started to drive and I was probably in a hurry and forgot to open the door lol. It was really minor. I think the garage door was bent a little bit and there was a very small dent in the bumper of my suv, but that's it. I definitely haven't mixed up my pedals and plowed into my house.
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I'm shopping around for a new cell phone plan. It will be a shared plan (2 phones) and I don't think I'll need more than 6GB per month (shared).

ATT and Verizon are bout $160 for 6GB per month and unlimited talk/text. T-Mobile is (unless I am mistaken) $120 per month for unlimited data/talk/text. Why is T-Mobile so much cheaper?
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Wow, that first post was great. Probably topping Shehroz.
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I'm shopping around for a new cell phone plan. It will be a shared plan (2 phones) and I don't think I'll need more than 6GB per month (shared).

ATT and Verizon are bout $160 for 6GB per month and unlimited talk/text. T-Mobile is (unless I am mistaken) $120 per month for unlimited data/talk/text. Why is T-Mobile so much cheaper?
AT&T and Verizon are the AAA providers. They are expensive and are expected to provide better service than the others. They have the most business customers.

T-Mobile and Sprint are the more consumer focused carriers. They are more price competitive but normally have less coverage than the other two but better rates.
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