Date: Sun, 27 Jan 2002 22:11:50 -0800
From: "Jeff Gonzales" <jeffy_newsnopsambit.com>
Subject: Re: how to make a 2001 saab 9-5 "big pimpin"??


My, how quick we are to assume others are losers. And when exactly were you granted with such authority? It's kind of humourous, actually, that you would try and pull such a tired insult on me as you did with the thesaurus joke. Actually, I'm not into Lexus automobiles, nor do I like gold on cars, thank you very much. It really pisses me off how rude and discrminating people can be in this newsgroup. It's a good thing people like Brian answered, too, or I probably would've blown this place off altogether by now. Jeff "rubber grommet" <rhkwnopsamin.rr.com> wrote in message news:AYH48.21246$Ar5.1203994nopsamoon.austin.rr.com... > How big is our thesaurus, loser with a Christmas tree on wheels. I'd bet > you would buy a Lexus with the Gold package........ > > G > > > > "Jeff Gonzales" <jeffy_newsnopsambit.com> wrote in message > news:u561ruajaor06dnopsam.supernews.com... > > Dear Old Age Pensioners, > > > > You know what? I am deeply disturbed that I cannot write a simple > > colloquially based message on a hobby/enthusiast -related newsgroup > without > > getting grilled by a bunch of jealous idiots or people who otherwise have > > nothing else better to do than display pessimism, malice, and/or disdain > > towards others. > > > > All I wanted to hear was some ideas on how to make a 9-5 nicer, sporty, or > > just something other than custom. It was just an open question. I didn't > > post a budget or any other constraints simply so I could hear about the > > entire range of ideas. If you don't want to contribute positively towards > > my post, then I'd prefer you not comment at all. > > > > Who cares how old I am? You're probably just pissed off because you were > > driving a beat up Ford Pinto, AMC Eagle, or some other piece of shit when > > you were my age. > > > > As for "clear, concise language", who the hell died and made you grammar > > queen? If you don't understand something, just ask and I'll rephrase my > > comments. Sometimes slang or colloquial speech is a quicker and more > > effective way of delivering information. I'm sure several people in the > > audience would easily understand me when I say "If you can't step to the > > real then get the fuck out." If you don't know what that means then ask > me > > and I will try to explain to you in "clear, concise language" for you, > okay, > > buddy? > > > > As for my clients...are you one of my clients? Didn't think so. Just in > > case you didn't know, people have different ways of communicating with > > different people. Anyone other than you would probably have half the > sense > > to know I wouldn't talk smack to my clients if I want to stay in business. > > > > Now, I was originally hoping I could spare all my typing effort for > > discussing my 9-5, but since there are a few wise-guys in the crowd I > guess > > I'll have to set them straight. > > > > Jeff > > > > "Four Weis" <mweinopsamcom> wrote in message > > news:3C4F511C.EA5DB670nopsamcom... > > > > > > > > > Jeff Gonzales wrote: > > > > > > > Dude, > > > > > > > > I think everyone's got me mistaken. > > > > > > You were right on one count - many of us are too old to understand what > > you > > > wrote. I guess our concept of clear, concise language is different from > > yours. > > > > > > > I never said I wasn't happy with the > > > > car. I just want it to look a little less stock and a little more > > sleek. > > > > > > You can change the rims and add body trim panels. Someone thought > > changing to > > > the xenon blue headlights would make his car look different. A custom > > sound > > > system would certainly add to the audio part of the image of your car. > You > > never > > > specified if you had a price limit for your project, so a custom paint > job > > would > > > do wonders. > > > > > > > I > > > > would've have bought the f*ckin car if it didn't fill my other > > requirements. > > > > I still have clients to see and such and wouldn't want to show up with > > some > > > > stupid teenage speed racer. > > > > > > You have "clients" to see? Phrases like "f*ckin" and "stupid teenage > speed > > > racer" ought to make a good impression on clients. If you are in sales, > > you > > > already know not to insult your clients. Who knows, some may like to > drive > > a car > > > that looks like a "teenage speed racer". Perhaps your clients are > younger > > and > > > your approach is very successful. > > > > > > > If I wanted to do that I would go buy a honda > > > > civic and trick it out at robocar in southern california or something > > stupid > > > > like that. > > > > > > > > jeff > > > > > > > > "H." <musicboxnopsamrider.co.uk> wrote in message > > > > news:23fq4ukohi864toudte0a4i6icu2h62128nopsamcom... > > > > > >umm, okay, without buying a new car what would your suggestion be. > > > > > > > > > > Like it, live with it. You've got the wrong car if you want to go > and > > > > > soup something up into some god-awful street racer. > > > > > > > > > > > > >

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