Date: 5 Sep 2004 01:51:39 GMT
From: athol <>
Subject: Re: Are you a Saab 'Classic' 900-series owner/enthusiast?

In Craig's C900 Workshop <> wrote: > Are you a Saab 'Classic' 900-series owner/enthusiast? Absofuckinglutely not. Those things are complete and utter shite. > Do you have a passion for Saab 900's built between 1979 and 1993? Why would I have a passion for a model of vehicle that is a piece of complete and utter shite? *No.* > Do you reside in Australia or New Zealand? Yep. > If you answered 'yes' to any of these three questions, I answered yes to one. I also answered emphatically no to both of the others. You should have said "'yes' to _all_ of these three questions", not _any_. > you should set > aside some time to check out my developing Saab C900 owner/enthusiast > website which is founded with the intention of supporting Saab C900 > enthusiasts located in Australia and New Zealand. Note that we don't just > support and encourage the .au/.nz Saab C900 community though - all > world-wide Saab C900 enthusiasts are welcome to visit and contribute to > the the site! So that I can laugh at the intellectually disadvantaged fools who choose to play with such shite vehicles? The best thing that ever happened to Saab was the GM takeover. After that, they started building vehicles that are at least vaguely average instead of total shite. > If you have any questions or queries about the website or the services it > provides, please get in touch! We're always open to ideas and suggestions > for new features. Well, you could try not spamming news groups. That'd be a start. If you'd bothered to actually look at the content of this group before you posted, you would have observed that aside from one wierdo who thinks that saab engines have been put into mazdas, there is nobody here who has any interest in saabs. HTH. -- Athol <> Linux Registered User # 254000 I'm a Libran Engineer. I don't argue, I discuss.

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