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A lot of people buy two cars, they just don't (archive)

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Posted by Brian on December 30, 1998 at 11:14:14:

In Reply to: Re: Is that the best you can do? posted by Steve on December 30, 1998 at 10:27:30:

buy two cars in the exact same car category, Medium Power Compact German Sport Sedans. In the days before traction control and even today, bimmer owners would buy a FWD SUV for the winter time. Only a moron, like IronMike, would buy two out-dated cars belonging to the exact, same car category. Also, IronMike is most certainly considered a wannabe retard at USC, he's not the big-man on campus he pretends to be. At the Main USC campus (not shitty East LA where Mike can be found), many students commute from nearby Beverley Hills driving Ferrari's and AMG's, not like IronMike who commutes three hours away from Palos Verdes Estates (where the f*ck is that???) driving his cheap, non-quattro 4-cylinder Audi or his old, out-dated 325i with the unpainted bumpers and mirrors. The sad part is that IronMike thinks he's real cool, but his fellow students think he's driving the equivalent of a rich man's Yugo. Of course in East LA where IronMike goes to his LOSER Med School, they'll car-jack him either way. They don't discriminate against LOSERS.

Brian
323i Sport, Xenon, Wood, and CD


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