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Old 02-05-2009, 08:43 PM   #1
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Old 02-05-2009, 08:47 PM   #2
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Fat cow. She should be humiliated. For ever going out in public.
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Old 02-05-2009, 08:49 PM   #3
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i love how she was humiliated about sitting in the car while they did the alignment.

uhh........THAT'S A CORRECT SOLUTION.

well........the only one that doesn't involve a stomach stapling or "killing it with fire."

EDIT: Because this is pissing me off.

Kia claims they are doing whatever they can to help, but it isn't KIA's responsibility to do a damn thing here. The car wasn't designed to carry cattle. I'm sorry, but I have no sympathy for her. She had to have known that getting that big was going to cause herself inconveniences in life. Sorry kid, you gained; you lose.

I used to be heavy too. One day I realized I was getting a little disgusting and I hit the gym. Now I'm good. It wasn't that ******* hard.
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manufacturers are aware of our fat asses, thats why GM's seats now weigh close to 100 lbs. And I laughed when I saw seat belt extenders for sale at a performance web site.
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Old 02-05-2009, 08:54 PM   #5
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she needs to STFU and lose some weight if it bothers her that damn much. or buy a ******* truck.

i am a fat guy and i approve this message.
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Old 02-05-2009, 09:01 PM   #6
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saw this on another forum too... the general opinion of everyone is "SLAP THAT FAT ******* BITCH IN THE FACE"..

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Old 02-05-2009, 09:20 PM   #7
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I've seen newer cars driven by extremely obese people that the driver side springs are shot. 2-3 year old cars that still sag when they've gotten out. Fatty fatty fat fat fat. I'm no slim jim but it's unreal how many 300-400 lb. people are out there.
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Old 02-05-2009, 09:24 PM   #8
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Seriously lady, lose some weight. I've had my car aligned with me in it and it I don't weigh nearly as much.

I like how "society" is supposed to adapt to "them". Yeah, that's it, make everyone else suffer for your self-inflicted poor health..
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Old 02-05-2009, 09:32 PM   #9
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i love how she was humiliated about sitting in the car while they did the alignment.

uhh........THAT'S A CORRECT SOLUTION.

well........the only one that doesn't involve a stomach stapling or "killing it with fire."

EDIT: Because this is pissing me off.

Kia claims they are doing whatever they can to help, but it isn't KIA's responsibility to do a damn thing here. The car wasn't designed to carry cattle. I'm sorry, but I have no sympathy for her. She had to have known that getting that big was going to cause herself inconveniences in life. Sorry kid, you gained; you lose.

I used to be heavy too. One day I realized I was getting a little disgusting and I hit the gym. Now I'm good. It wasn't that ******* hard.
I agree with everything. The alignment with her in the car would have helped significantly if not completely fixed the issue. Just like the guy said using the motorcycle example.

I also came to the realization that I was getting too plump (long relationships do that to some people) so I also started hitting the gym. In addition to the gym, no more fast food, stopped eating stupid amounts of **** like cheese and butter. I lost 30lbs last year, going for another 30 this year. ITS NOT ******* HARD NO ONE SHOULD BE 400 ******* POUNDS!

Also, if you're convinced you SHOULD for whatever ******* reason weigh 400lbs, dont buy a kia rio.
Has anyone else noticed that 90% of small vehicle owners appear to weigh half as much as the vehicle itself?
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Old 02-05-2009, 09:34 PM   #10
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I agree with the mechanic that they interviewed. Plus, I can't believe she was offended by them asking her to sit in the car for the alignment. If you want a proper alignment, that's the way to do it...
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Wow, that just makes me angry. and seatbelt extenders? god damn.
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I'm curious exactly how, in her infinite suspension tuning wisdom, she thinks manufacturers should adapt to fat people. They wouldn't sell a single car if they came stock with 1000 lb-in springs.

She is right though, it could have been handled more tactfully. Perhaps the dealership should employ one of those weight guessers from the carnival to hang around the shop full time, to provide the alignment techs with good approximations of how many sandbags to throw in the driver's seat. But that wouldn't accomplish the good that came out of this, which was her realizing that she is, in fact, fat. Maybe this will give her some needed motivation.
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Old 02-06-2009, 01:48 AM   #13
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She's probably asked them why the car was sluggish and the brakes didn't seem to work like they should......
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And this is America folks, fat people starting to think they have rights to.
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Old 02-06-2009, 02:10 AM   #15
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I just got crushed by the whole experience.
no, your car got crushed by it
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The reporters need to do less reporting and more comforting of one another...
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Wow that chick pisses me off. Learn your ******* facts before going and making an *** of yourself on TV.

I agree 100% with the dealership. She would either have to sit in the car, or give up her weight so that they could put proper ballast in while aligning it. It is in no way the manufactures fault. She bought a sub-compact, honestly what does she expect?

I would be PISSED if I was from that dealership and saw that KIA was using me as a scape goat for something that was out of everyone's control, saying that the dealership handled it very poorly. I don't see that *** clown explaining "how it should have been handled". Give me a break.

FYI - Every car manufacture, by law, has to provide 1 free-of-charge seat belt extender when purchased new if the customer requires.
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Old 02-06-2009, 04:00 AM   #18
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I can't even begin how much I want to slap the **** out of that bitch. lay off the ****** McDonald's bitch.
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dont' buy a kia then...buy a ******* dump truck and a crane to lift your huge *** into it because we don't want you walking around, burning any calories. I wonder how long all that lard/heating oil could power America?
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