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Old 11-03-2008, 11:32 AM   #21
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I raced a late model 911 convertible down an on-ramp and onto a freeway a couple years ago from about 20-120. I had just enough to stay ahead of him when the ramp went from 2-1 lanes. He and his girl/wife both gave me a thumbsup.
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Old 11-03-2008, 03:23 PM   #22
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What CCR song was playing?
Bad Moon Rising.


I really do have to admit that the Boxster is a fairly capable car. At this past year's SDMC Presents: The Puke (a day-long trek through all the best twisty roads in So Cal) we had one Boxster show up, and he ran in my group. The nut behind the wheel turned out to be an extremely competent driver- I had a hard time keeping pace with him on several sections, and it scared the **** out of me in a couple of spots.

Man, I miss those roads... I wonder if I could get a discount with some auto transport company to ship my car to San Diego for the run next year, and then ship it right back the day after.
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Speaking of "those roads" I just ran across the following:



Yes, ladies and gents, that is what you get to do every weekend when you live in San Diego.
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Old 11-03-2008, 04:43 PM   #24
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Hey, I'm a two Dodge Ram owner - 05 Quad Cab 4x4 (yeah, it's got a hemi) and a 94 Ram 4x4. Does that double douche me?
Not right off the bat, theres actually a very complicated calculator to figure out douchedom...


Do they have the redneck crooked hanging dog **** sounding Cherry bomb mufflers, with huge megaphone tips coming out under the bumper? You know, drive down the street and it goes "BLAP BLAP BLAP BLAP BLAP BLAP BLAP" as you're driving..

Nah. Unless (and this is unlikely) you're convinced of the absolute Universe domination superiority of the truck over even GOD's existence..
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Not right off the bat, theres actually a very complicated calculator to figure out douchedom...


Do they have the redneck crooked hanging dog **** sounding Cherry bomb mufflers, with huge megaphone tips coming out under the bumper? You know, drive down the street and it goes "BLAP BLAP BLAP BLAP BLAP BLAP BLAP" as you're driving..

Nah. Unless (and this is unlikely) you're convinced of the absolute Universe domination superiority of the truck over even GOD's existence..
You forgot to ask if he had a shiny chrome nut-sack hanging off the tow hitch.
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Boxsters obviously lose in power to weight battles. What they do well is great balance of power, ride, handling. They are easy to drive quick in the twisties. Very confidence inspiring cars. They are a performance car made to appeal to a wide range of people and be fairly reliable. Hard core drivers won't like the compromises required to do that. That's what GT3's and the new GT2's are for.

Of course that's what I don't like about the GTR. Too easy to drive outrageously fast. Supercars should require some level of skill to make them perform.
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Old 11-03-2008, 05:24 PM   #27
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Joe man, i was just giving you a hard time about Boxters being nothing.... hell, I have fun messing with them too


Oh... two words... -CAMERA MOUNT
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You forgot to ask if he had a shiny chrome nut-sack hanging off the tow hitch.
No chrome here. Way too ricer for me. Just plain old flesh colored.

I think that the 8" truck nutz are too big for the Miata. They have a new 4.5" Biker Nutz that might be the ticket!
http://www.bullsballs.com/chrome/biker/nutz.html
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No chrome here. Way too ricer for me. Just plain old flesh colored.

I think that the 8" truck nutz are too big for the Miata. They have a new 4.5" Biker Nutz that might be the ticket!
Then yes, douche you are.
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Then yes, douche you are.
And my teacher said I would never amount to anything.
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And my teacher said I would never amount to anything.
R O F L

For about 18.2 seconds I considered some brass 'truck nuts' for the miata, since, well sometimes I've been know to drive pretty crazy.. Then I saw that realestate douche whos banned from here with some hanging from a tow-hitch receiver bike rack on his MSM..
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