Date: 30 Aug 1999 12:57:32 GMT
From: Roger Williams <rogerwnopsaml1.tiac.net>
Subject: Re: Saab Keys?


Also spracht nutmeggernopsameja.com: > In article <MPG.123210e61bfa0b9e989699nopsam.earthlink.net>, > saab_netnopsamAMyahoo.com wrote: >> In article <7q95nl$hjo$1nopsam1.deja.com>, nutmeggernopsameja.com > says... >> > In article <MPG.1230c5aac5695ac1989695nopsam.earthlink.net>, >> >> > Well, aren't you sweet? >> > I'll remember that too, but does it have to be New Haven? >> >> Well, I thought it would be nice to get robbed and beaten by some of > New >> Haven's finer citizens that roam around by the Green at night. > Oh yeah, and considering the unsolved murder case of the woman at Yale > just makes me feel so safe. I hate New Haven. It's like Bridgeport with an Ivy league school. I used to work for TIAC (no jokes, now) and I went to New Haven a few times to help setup/fix the dial up POP (point of presence) site there. The building was in some old office building right on the green, but you had to drive through no fewer than 3 blocks of burned out, boarded up urban hellhole just to get there. And of course, when you looked out the window of this building, there was graffitti on the next building (spray painted in 10 foot tall letters) that said: "MARIA EATS PUSSY" Lovely. I wanted to know how anyone could spray paint that on the side of a building where there were no balconies, windows, fire escapes, etc. Maybe Spider Man did it? Did they rappel down the side? I still can't figure it out. Anyways, I'm glad I don't have to go to New Haven anymore. It just proves the maxim about the enormous divide between incredibly rich, and incredibly poor in Connecticut as far as I'm concerned. >> The beach in Branford? > Branford?! That's a long drive......but of couse I don't mind driving > my Saab. Who would? >> You should just come down to Westport and test drive their Viggen > while >> you're picking up your key! > Oh......I've been thinking about test driving one, but it would just be > a tease as I can't afford a new vehicle right now. Then I highly advise not test driving the Viggen. You might sell a kidney to buy it. Seriously, I had no intention of buying the Viggen, and when I test drove it, I was thinking, "OK, but there's no way I'm spending this damn much money on a car. This is just for fun..." Aw, Bullwinkle. That trick never works. I have to admit, I'm enjoying the Viggen, even if I'm eating ramen noodles every night now. In all seriousness, test drive one and write about it. You're a lifelong Saab enthusiast, and the review should be fun! > Cripes......I even dream about cars. Let me guess - you dream of something deep blue and Swedish? -- {}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{} \|/ {} RogerW rogerwnopsamguy.com {} 0< -- parrot.net! {} http://www.parrot.net adminnopsamot.net {} ^^^^(*)^^^^ {}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{}{} ^^ / \ ^^

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