Date: Sat, 29 May 1999 23:01:25 GMT
From: "Tom Too" <tomtoonopsametmail.com>
Subject: Re: Mercedes smokes BMW/Saab/Volvo with better model names


Before you go off, you should read the entire thread. If was satire, idiot If you're an example of 'thinking people', then the end of the world must be near. Anyone who can't make their point without profanity, doesn't seem to be so special to me. While you are correct that the millenium is technically a year later, I'm planning on partying with the rest of the world this year. Seems stupid to miss out and have a party by yourself the next year. Perhaps we're not celebrating the new millenium, just a change of that first digit, but it sure will be fun. I don't think we'll miss you. I'm not even sure what that had to do with this thread. P.S. Yes, I do drink Pepsi. Terragni <Terragninopsamentric.net> wrote in message news:7ipnb5$3hanopsamnicle.concentric.net... > This is the most stupid thing i have ever read. Those "comfy" car names are > akin to people who go to pepsi cola web sites and who watch too much fucking > television. The numbers that designate SAAB cars demonstrate HISTORY in the > car maker. The numbering goes back to the first airplanes they made. And the > numbers are an "engineer" thing and this i why we love saabs because they > are excellently engineered. Saabs are not for the general public, they are > for thinking people. The 'comfy' car names are for people who have no > imagination and need these hokey-ass names for inspiration because they are > BRAIN DEAD. It is just like the idiots who invent names for housing > developments, like "Rolling Meadows" or "Thousand Oaks". There were never > 1000 oak trees in that devlopment. Just like a "Malibu" is not made or > designed or driven for that matter in Malibu CA. Malibu is full of rich > people who drive EUROPEAN cars with NUMBERS for names. I suppose you will > celebrate the new milenium on Jan 1 2000. WAKE up it is Jan 1 2001. It is > called being a lemming, these are the people who cannot think for > themselves. > >

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